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  • When to call a lawyer

    Before we get into the details, there’s one thing you should know. There are two legal categories— criminal law and civil law.

  • Every bit counts

    So, what are we doing to save the world? Are we making any meaningful contributions? Or are we sitting idle, dependant on environmental activists and ignoring our individual responsibilities?

  • Art on eyelids

    While some call it watercolour eye makeup, others call it a pastel splash, but the simplest way to describe this emerging eye shadow trend is to call it art on the eyes — for it looks very similar to a bunch of crayons rubbed on the lid, or a wash of watercolours gently laid on by a brush.

  • The trial of wedding style repetitions

    Your budget is limited, but the love for your family, friends and ‘kachchi’ is not. So, instead of falling prey to the classic trap of ‘I-have-nothing-to-wear,’ why not use these tricks to make the most of your outfits?

  • Scarves and socks for winter

    It is time to put away our linens and cottons, and make room for lots of bulky clothes in our wardrobe.

  • Lash extensions 101

    Who does not dream of naturally long, luscious lashes? Sadly, many of us were not born with those, and curlers and mascaras can only do so much!

  • Touch of lush amidst the fuss

    Dhaka — one of the most densely populated cities in the world. Moments after taking off in an airplane, the entire city looks like one gigantic and dense block of Lego buildings.

  • Ankle of our dreams

    Women and jewellery are a no-brainer combination, and yet, every girl has distinct preferences. Of all the conceivable pieces, from necklaces to ‘sitahaars’ to bangles to rings, often ignored or forgotten are the many options we have to adorn the feet. Yet, adding a tiny bit of glam to our feet can change the entire feel of an outfit, and also the way we feel.

  • Oroddho: Small steps towards a big difference

    While the western world has equipped itself with support centres, certified counsellors, and group therapy sessions to tackle mental health issues, Bangladesh has yet to get over its taboo surrounding it.

  • An artist’s oasis

    We are all aware of the extensive contributions made by Dhaka University in upholding the traditions and safeguarding the essence of Bengali culture.

  • Podcasts to listen to

    In this day and age, we are all kept busy by a wide array of scheduled and unscheduled tasks, as constant workloads just keep piling on.

  • Open letter to the bride’s father

    Dear fathers, whose daughters are three months to a year away from the BIG day --

  • Lunch on the go

    Try to get yourself good, solid food carriers that fit in your bag. Or get a separate bag altogether for your lunch.

  • Bohemia on your table

    Living room décor is no longer the stiff and by the book styling taken off a magazine, but of course, there is a great distinction between a helter-skelter mess and a strategically casual setup.

  • Fresh aromatic spices

    Spices are important to creating flavourful food, and in their varying combinations, are often the main differentiating ingredient among cuisines of different regions.

  • The centre of attraction

    Centre tables have long been integral to home décor, creating a huge impact on the outlook transcending the entire room in which they are placed.

  • Hues of the earth

    Every year, a brand new colour with a catchy name pops up, and takes the fashion world by storm, in turn, making our wardrobes

  • Sitting in the right spot

    One comfortable couch, preferably imbued with memories of family or friends, is possibly one’s best comfort zone. Don’t take my word. Television’s geekiest nerd, Sheldon Cooper, from Big Bang Theory, has reminded us more than once. There’s nothing better

  • Weaving in a legacy of traditions

    The time and effort that goes into picking the perfect gift for him/her and the feeling that follows when they acknowledge it is immeasurable. It doesn’t always have to be something over the top expensive and grand, more often than not, it’s the thought that counts

  • Find the right Eid gift at MINISO

    Ramadan is now on full swing, and with the temperature escalating, it wont be long before we are at the end of the Ramadan.

  • Fragrances that can help save the planet

    They are great; they provide our signature scents that leave a lasting first impression; mask any unwanted odour create our personal auras. But one of the biggest problem with these incredibly over-the-top pretty bottles of fragrances are that they are not reusable.

  • Channel your inner flower child!

    Among other things, flowers are truly Mother Nature’s best gift. In any form, their beauty and aura brings joy and happiness that is quite unlike anything else.

  • Nail care done right

    The first step to nail care is to avoid cutting off the cuticles, a common mistake done by many in order to get cleaner and bigger nail beds.

  • Going off the grid

    A healthy amount of screen time has never been the root of trouble, but here in 2019, we seem to have surpassed the healthy limit by a lot. So it does not matter if you are staring at a screen for work or leisure, the harm done is equal.

  • Glassware

    Glassware

    You don't have to be dogmatic about glassware though; there's always room for experimentations, and sometimes, you will see cocktails being served in vessels that were not originally meant for cocktails at all, like Mason jars or teacups.

  • Dressing up the drinks: Garnishes and Rims

    The most common garnishes are citrus fruits – which makes total sense when you consider that many drinks are made with fresh lemon, lime, or grapefruit juice.

  • Sharing workspace

    Dhaka is a city booming with ambitious people who dream high and achieve big, and the surge of entrepreneurs are proof of that.

  • Traditionally Tunic

    Fashion and comfort are what we support in our daily wears. Kurti has long been a beloved casual outfit among ladies. It's the exquisite mix of traditional and western. And with that, tunic kurti has made a name for itself because of how comfortable it is to wear and how sophisticated it looks.

  • Hearts aflutter for Falgun festivities!

    Do you feel the change in the air? The morning sun shines a little brighter and warmer, there is a nip in the air that's pleasantly refreshing, little buds are blossoming into blousy flowers!

  • Party platters

    Your platters can stamp your signature style of cooking, plating and styling, a great way to spread the nutritious love, full of healthy fats, protein, fibre, and fresh produce.

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