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Bridging the gap between farmers and local consumers
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Bridging the gap between farmers and local consumers

Krishan, a digital market platform created by iPAGE & Partners, started with a vision to help farmers sell their produce through e-commerce. Led by Mashrur H Shurid, Mohammad Saifullah Mithu, and Labib Tarafdar, this social welfare initiative was launched on May 1, 2020.

  • Speaking for the voiceless

    Dr Md Luthfor Rahman, a veterinary surgeon at Central Veterinary Hospital and Afzal Khan, widely known as Robin Hood – The Animal Rescuer, recently raised awareness on the Coronavirus pandemic, and debunked some of the most circulated myths about the issue.

  • Youth Opportunities

    Bangladesh Prime Minister Fellowship Announcement 2020-21



  • Gorbomala The alphabets of pride

    Gorbomala is an interactive digital book that represents different aspects of Bangladesh, through the 52 Bangla letters. For example,

  • Musicians rock Dhaka at Joy Bangla Concert 2020

    The Joy Bangla Concert 2020, held at Army Stadium on March 7, commemorated the spirit and courage relayed to our countrymen nearly five decades ago by the Father of the Nation, through his historic speech on March 7, 1971. The speech inspired our people to prepare for a war of independence amid widespread reports of armed mobilisation by West Pakistan.

  • Bidyanondo Foundation raises public awareness on preventive measures for coronavirus

    Bidyanondo Foundation, a non-profit social welfare organisation, has been restlessly working for providing basic facilities to underprivileged communities. From providing basic needs to hygiene materials to changing lifestyles of socially ignored groups, they have been actively working over the years.

  • UK celebrates Commonwealth Day 2020 with Bangladeshi youths

    With the theme, ‘Delivering a common future’, Commonwealth Day 2020 was celebrated worldwide recently. This year, the Commonwealth highlighted how the 54 member countries in the Commonwealth family are 'Innovating, Connecting and Transforming' to help achieve some of their biggest goals, like protecting natural resources and boosting trade.

  • Melissa Roy: The first South Asian woman to travel 193 countries across the world

    Melissa Roy has made a record of visiting 193 countries across the world at the age of 34. The passionate traveller was born in the USA. Her father, Shubhash Chandra Roy, is from Netrokona. Melissa, who is also a model and actor by profession, completed her world tour by coming to father’s homeland, Bangladesh. She visited Dhaka, Netrokona, Gazipur, Cox’s Bazar and Chattogram. We caught up with the traveller to find out more about her aspirations.

  • Lifting weights and expectations

    Awhona Rahman made history as the winner of the first ever Women’s Bodybuilding Championship, organised by Bangladesh Bodybuilding Federation. Currently a twelfth grader at Bir Shrestha Noor Mohammad School and College, she aspires to represent Bangladesh in international platforms.

  • Youth Opportunities

    Centre for Governance Studies presents Bay of Bengal Conversation 2020