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Small businesses during COVID-19: Sink or Swim?

In 1996, Nandan Children’s Fashion had set out to change the scene with readymade stylish children’s wear that did not burn a hole in the wallet. With options for various sizes and exclusive...

Qurbani Eid during COVID-19: Your questions answered

Or, if you wish not only to purchase, but also to have the sacrificial animal slaughtered in an abattoir and its meat professionally cut and packed and sent to your doorstep, that’s possible too!

Getting your sleep schedule back to normal

The general holiday or lockdown has wreaked havoc on our sleep cycles; many are struggling to fall asleep and wake up on time.

The bard’s lost muse

Kadambari came into my life only a few years back on a dull wintry afternoon of 2015. I was looking for a good Bengali movie and there they were, Konkona Sen Sharma and Parambrata Chatterjee, on...

Beauty regimens of the past : Still going strong

Looking at our mothers, grandmothers, and their entire generations with supple, glowing skins can make us wonder what we are doing wrong, for their beauty seems everlasting, that too without a drop...

The artist’s impediments

Today’s young artists face their share of obstacles and struggles, which make their journey in the creative world rather unique.

August 11, 2020
August 11, 2020

Small businesses during COVID-19: Sink or Swim?

In 1996, Nandan Children’s Fashion had set out to change the scene with readymade stylish children’s wear that did not burn a hole in the wallet. With options for various sizes and exclusive...

July 21, 2020
July 21, 2020

Qurbani Eid during COVID-19: Your questions answered

Or, if you wish not only to purchase, but also to have the sacrificial animal slaughtered in an abattoir and its meat professionally cut and packed and sent to your doorstep, that’s possible too!

July 7, 2020
July 7, 2020

Getting your sleep schedule back to normal

The general holiday or lockdown has wreaked havoc on our sleep cycles; many are struggling to fall asleep and wake up on time.

June 2, 2020
June 2, 2020

Healthy relationships vs the lockdown

Relationships are being tested, and now, there is no chance of saying that partners are not spending enough time with each other.

May 19, 2020
May 19, 2020

Grocery shopping on the internet

A situation where going outside means taking a risk and requires a lot of protective measures is no more just imagination, and regular activities like picking up the groceries have become difficult.

May 12, 2020
May 12, 2020

A different Eid

Prepare a decent meal, share whatever is in your stores. And if you feel like, don a piece that is special, if not new. Dress up in the morning, and get set to enjoy the company of loved ones...

May 5, 2020
May 5, 2020

Museum hopping online

In times of self-isolation, every activity we would find worthwhile — watching films/series to playing video games to reading books to even testing up some new savoury recipes — seems to become...

April 28, 2020
April 28, 2020

Plight of the transgender community amidst lockdown

When the world unites on a common ground to help the poor and the needy, minorities and vulnerable groups of the society are somehow left out of the discussion. And this is what hit Tasnuva Anan...

April 14, 2020
April 14, 2020

Sylhet’s Dhamail: an ode to joy and community music

The singing troupes are, more often than not, amateurs. In wealthy households, professional musicians, or geedal as they are

April 7, 2020
April 7, 2020

Block prints for all seasons

If you have never understood what the fuss was all about, try block prints on khadi. That too, on a bright and clear Baishakhi afternoon, and you will immediately realise the grounds.