13h ago| SHOUT

Son meets parents for the first time in 8 years during blackout

Shadman Sakib did not know what the blackout would bring, but he was pleasantly surprised.

13h ago| SHOUT

Son meets parents for the first time in 8 years during blackout

Shadman Sakib did not know what the blackout would bring, but he was pleasantly surprised.

5d ago| Satireday

Not clashes, just students preparing for world cups

As we are heading towards back-to-back world cups this year, potential participants are spending more time preparing themselves, although most are still unsure of which world cup they are preparing for -- cricket, football or something else?  

1w ago| Satireday

Chairs were made for men, not for women: Chairman

“Have you ever heard of a person who is called a ‘chairwoman’? It’s because the chair was made for men.

1w ago| Satireday

Deprived of parents’ love, cop keeps taking it out on civilians

In a recent development of curious events in the city, a local policeman, on multiple occasions spacing out in different timelines, was found beating the excrement out of students.

1w ago| Satireday

Employer invents new currency, ‘Exposure Dollars’

“Mr Raiyan, are you aware of why I called you here today?” asked Hamid from behind his desk, tapping his Matobbor Gel Pen on the table.

2w ago| Satireday

Everyone shouting at work after senior overused caps lock during WFH

A workplace in Dhaka has become a public nuisance as all employees shout at each other throughout the workday. 

3w ago| Satireday

Private university students learning how to say ‘Sohomot Bhai’

Just when the students of private universities were thinking they had studied enough courses to be a “corporate frontrunner”, their universities introduced a new course, Introduction to Party-ing, to ensure that students could contribute to the holy politics of Chapasthan.  

Children’s stories at Mro’s Jumghar library

There’s a jumghar library at 1300ft above sea level on the chimbuk hill in Bandarban. A local youth by the name of Yangan Mro developed this jumghar as a children’s library. He named it 'Sangchia Tekra, Sangchia Shontara Kim', which translates to 'telling stories, listening to stories'.

Considerate father lets daughter choose between medical and engineering

“I don’t believe in conventional parenting,” Asgar Alam talked about the inspirations behind his bold choice.

University students become self-proclaimed fashion designers

A new movement has emerged in Chapasthan as university students claimed to be ‘fashion designers’ who can dictate which student should wear what. These self-proclaimed fashion designers seemed to be more concerned about female students’ attire than that of male students.

Screenshot takes internet by Wind

A deleted Facebook post’s screenshot has been widely circulated among the netizens of Chapasthan.