Historic Photos of Rabindranath Tagore

Compiled from sources by Muhammad Wohidul Islam…

Photos from the Scene

Photos from TIME magazine By NICHOLAS HEGEL MCCLELLAND…

Amor Ekushey themed Advertisements

These ads were collected from various Bangladeshi dailies commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Language Movement. Click to enlarge images.…

Bangladesh: Now in festive mood

By: Swadesh Roy You can never touch a festive mood but you can fell it, see it or imagine it. If anybody lands in Dhaka now, he can fell from the airport that Dhaka has a cheerful mood. He or she would see that some…

Last Wrinting of Humayan Ahmed – Three W’s

Click Here to Read: LAST WRITING OF HUMAYAN AHMED – THERE W’S…

Taliban attack Pakistan’s Kamra air base, 10 dead

Heavily armed militants stormed a Pakistani air force base on Thursday, sparking clashes that left 10 people dead and raised concerns about the safety of the country’s nuclear arsenal. One security official was killed and a plane damaged in the pre-dawn assault at PAF Base…

Olympics 2012 July 27, 2012

By: Our correspondent in London July 27, 2012 LONDON — With its hilariously quirky Olympic opening ceremony, Britain presented itself to the world Friday night as something it has often struggled to express even to itself: a nation secure in its own post-empire identity, whatever…

India, Pakistan propose return to cricket field

By: Udayan Namboodiri Although differences remain, relations between long-time adversaries India and Pakistan have been…

Missing links in the history of Dhaka University

The University of Dhaka was established in 1921 under the Dacca University Act 1920 of the Indian Legislative Council. It opened its doors to academic activities on 1 July 1921 with 3 faculties, 12 teaching departments, 60 teachers, 847 students and 3 residential halls. Today,…

Historic Photos of Rabindranath Tagore

Compiled from sources by Muhammad Wohidul Islam…

Bangladesh sees surge in use of solar energy

By Syful Islam DHAKA, Bangladesh: As costs fall and incomes rise, power-hungry Bangladesh is seeing a surge in the adaptation home solar energy systems. Last year, close to 40,000 units a month were installed on average across the country; this year installations have surged to…