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The curse of Agrabad

Some locals now keep boats, not cars, in their garages. Before going out to work, people here always check the tide schedules. During the high tide, businesses come to a grinding halt while students attend classes sitting on high benches as the ground floors of schools go under knee-deep water.

  • anti-drug war

    15 more killed as anti-drug crusade goes on

    At least 15 more suspects are killed as the countrywide anti-drug crusade continues to draw more blood, mounting a heap of 123 bodies in the last 16 days.

  • In conversation with the sensational Pritom

    Young, talented and trending – Pritom Hasan carves a unique place for himself in our music industry, especially among the young urban crowd. In a conversation with Star Showbiz, the rising star he talks about his passions, inspirations and what drives his music.

  • summer in Bangladesh

    Unusual summer this year

    Summers in Bangladesh are usually unforgiving as the mercury keeps on rising throughout the season, but not this time. This year, the summer is unusual, with relentless rains and thunderstorms dominating most part of the season from March to April.

  • Dead whale Kuakata

    Dead whale washes ashore in Kuakata

    A dead whale is washed ashore along Kuakata beach in Patuakhali.

  • Italian Pizza Baked Bangla Style

    Believe it or not, a street restaurant is making pizza using Bangla-styled wood-fired stove in Paribagh of Dhaka.

  • Uncensored with Rafi Hossain: Nabila and Reem: A Marriage Made in Heaven

    The match of our very own Masuma Rahman Nabila and corporate honcho Jubaidul Haque Reem makes us believe that marriages are indeed made in heaven.

  • Gordon Greenidge

    Greenidge recounts memories from 1997

    Bangladesh’s former coach Gordon Greenidge spoke today at The Daily Star Centre at a program organized by the Bangladesh Cricket Supporters' Association (BCSA) and he recalled some memories from the ICC Trophy which the Tigers had won to ensure qualification for the 1999 Cricket World Cup.

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