Likee, the popular short video creation and sharing app has recently kicked off an exciting activity named ‘Crazy Movie Editors’ for film buffs.
Bangladeshi Billal to perform with Haimanti Sukla
Bangladeshi playback singer Billal Hossain Jewel will perform with renowned Indian Bengali singer Haimanti Sukla.
Bidya Sinha Mim as Vivo’s brand ambassador
Leading global smartphone brand Vivo has roped in actress and model Bidya Sinha Mim as its brand ambassador for its flagship V series.
Mother and child
Of all visions accessible on this living Earth, no natural sight is more beautiful than a mother and child. If the mother and child are human (no matter what race), they are beautiful.
Amidst so-called civilized society
An uncommon narrative on the tribes’ emotional conflict with changing reality
Presenting the lives of the members of six tribes with exquisite specificity and empathy, White as Milk and Rice places the discerning reader amid the Halakkis, Kanjars, Kurumbas, Marias, Khasis and the Konyaks.
When the Sky poured acid
Innocent people invariably bear the cost of being nature’s custodians at the hands of the colonial design.
Efface bloodstain in Palestine
Trampled under the boots
Of brutal Israeli soldiers!
Their only errand
Is to staining hands
With fresh bloods of-
People and children of Palestine!
‘Charer Master’ applauded for highlighting Digital Bangladesh
Video streaming site Bongo is presenting seven original telefilms this Eid-ul-Fitr – combining works of Bangla literature and film through its based on books (BoB) project – among which “Charer Master” received applause from ICT State Minister Zunaid Ahmed Palak
Another chance to watch “Hasina: A Daughter’s Tale” Monday
BTV and BTV World will air the visual at 3:30pm marking her homecoming on this day in 1981 – May 17.
Ekattor TV is set to air at 3:30 pm, Somoy TV at 4:40 pm, ATN News at 11:15 pm, and Channel 24 at 5:00 pm on Monday.
Royal Title on Meghan’s Book
Meanwhile, in order to sell her book, Meghan has used her royal title as inscribed on the cover—“The Bench By Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex”.
“Hasina: A Daughter’s Tale” to screen on May 17 by TV channels
Acclaimed both locally and globally, the docudrama titled “Hasina: A Daughter’s Tale”, will be rescreened on BTV and BTV World at 3:30 pm on her Homecoming Day on May 17.
China cancels Everest climbs over fears of virus from Nepal
China has cancelled attempts to climb Mount Everest from its side of the world’s highest peak because of fears of importing COVID-19 cases from neighbouring Nepal, state media reported.
Raging towards a new light
Sudhirendar SharmaWhether public anger as righteous indignation gets addressed by timely policies or continues to get weaponized by populist politics as tribal energy will determine the future course of the society.In this world that is fast turning emotionless and timeless,…
Alamgir ‘alive, breathing and recovering’
Legendary Dhallywood actor Alamgir, who is fighting COVID-19, debunked the rumours of his death news as a hoax, informing media that he is recovering well.
An Oscars unlike any other to get underway Sunday
An Oscars unlike any before will get underway Sunday night, with history on the line in major categories and a telecast retooled for the pandemic.
Eminent film actor Wasim passes away
Popular film actor of Dhallywood’s golden era Wasim passed away at a hospital in Dhaka early Sunday. He was 74.
The queen says goodbye to Philip, continues her reign alone
Sitting by herself at the funeral of Prince Philip on Saturday, Queen Elizabeth cut a regal but solitary figure: still the monarch, but now alone.
Kabori: The great heroine of Bangladeshi cinema departs
The latest celebrity to lose the battle to coronavirus is a veteran Bangladeshi actress and former Awami League MP Sarah Begum Kabori. She was 70.
Sylhet Pupils complete U.S. Embassy’s English Access Program
Twenty students from Sylhet successfully completed the rigorous U.S.-funded two-year Access Program, strengthening their English language
On Prince Philip’s passing away
Late Prince Philip was a dignified personality who helped modernize the monarchy and guided the Royal Family at the time of crisis.
Philip, in role with no job description, was queen’s bedrock
“There was no precedent,” he said when he turned 90. “If I asked somebody, ‘What do you expect me to do?’ They all looked blank. They had no idea.”
Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, dies aged 99
His life spanned nearly a century of European history, starting with his birth as a member of the Greek royal family and ending as Britain’s longest serving consort during a turbulent reign.
Tangia Zaman Methila wins Miss Universe Bangladesh 2020
Dhaka, Apr 4: Beauty pageant Miss Universe Bangladesh 2020 crowned Tangia Zaman Methila as the winner on Saturday.
A joyride through philosophy
Eric Weiner’s love for trains can be termed infectious, as he takes reader on a journey to places that bear testimonies to timeless philosophical wisdom.
‘Pracheer Periye’ publication aired on Autism Awareness Day
Autism expert and Shuchona Foundation Chair Saima Wazed Hossain Friday announced the publication of “Pracheer Periye.”
Coronavirus and Climate Change: Tales of Two Crises
The book contains 25 sub-headings starting with “Spread of Coronavirus: Are we prepared?” and ends at “Escaping Pandora’s Box of Acceleration of Pandemics”.
Even if you can’t take it, you can’t avoid being one
Sudhirendar Sharma I recall how scheming we were in our younger days to send gullible on a ‘fool’s errand’ to mark April 1, the most light-hearted day of the year when playing pranks and trying to get people to believe…
Virtual Japan Fest 2021 with Tahsan Wednesday
Dhaka, Mar 30: The Embassy of Japan will host “Japan Fest 2021” online on Wednesday through YouTube channel and Facebook page.
Bangla Language Movement hero Yusuf Kalu passes away
Language Movement veteran and journalist Yusuf Kalu passed away at a hospital in Barishal on Monday due to old age complications. He was 91.
Journalist Abhijit unveils ‘Photo Book’ ahead of Modi’s visit
Dhaka, Mar 25 : Ahead of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit, veteran Kolkata journalist Abhijit Dasgupta has launched a “Photo Book” containing over 150 rare photographs of Bangladesh’s Liberation War in 1971.