Mother's Day | The Daily Star
  • Mother’s Day: Teach your sons to respect women

    Mothers, who have overcome all challenges to become successful professionals and be role models to their sons and daughters, say that teaching sons to share their familial and social space equally with girls is the first step for removing the double standards that have been instilled in generations.

  • Mothers make life beautiful

    On the warmth occasion of Mother’s Day, some of the members of the Bangladesh cricket team express their love for that special person in their lives on their Facebook accounts.

  • Tigers’ best wishes for moms on Mother’s Day

    On this International Mother’s Day, our Bangladesh National team cricketers convey warm wishes to all the mothers in the world through their official Facebook page.

  • mother and child

    Apple links up with Facebook to help you honour mom

    In honour of Mother's Day, Apple creates a site that allows anyone to add a photo of their own mother to a rolling slideshow of mothers from around the world.

  • Mortuary Mothers, Funeral Fathers

    The mother lies in the mortuary. Her son is trying desperately to get an airline ticket from the States to get home for her janaza.

  • Police Brutality on protesters

    What's her fault? (video)

    Videos showing policemen attacking a female demonstrator during protests against sexual assault in Dhaka on Mother’s Day yesterday draw widespread condemnation on social media.

  • ‘Let every day be Mother’s Day’

    The most divine and purest bond in this world is that of a mother and her child, say celebs to an exclusive telephone interview with The Daily Star.

  • 8 things to do this Mother’s Day

    She holds us in her womb for nine months, spends sleepless nights catering to our needs, the superwoman in our lives-mother. The Daily Star has put together a list of 8 things to do this Mother's Day.

  • Chadni and Sajal

    Sajal-Chadni pair up for Mother's Day drama

    Actress and model Chadni is gradually making a comeback to the circuit, after a hiatus. One of her latest projects is “Bala”, a single-episode play being made for Mother's Day. Written by Kamona Seema and directed by Nuzhat Alvi Ahmed, it casts popular actor Sajal Nur opposite her.