The Dhoka West City Corporation (DWCC) has taken the notion of thinking outside the box to another level.
Marks and Sponsor Limited (M&S) and Life and Living Group of Company’s (LLG) profits rose respectively by 17.75 percent and 20.25 percent year-on-year in the last financial year.
The Chapasthan government has started a new initiative in its capital of Dhoka with an aim to prepare the future athletes for athletic events in the Los Angeles Olympics in 2028.
Amoral Travel Agency has announced a brand new, extensive tourism package for people eager to escape the drudgery, grime and anxiety of city life and experience a refreshing change that will wash all of that, and more, away.
On a fateful day, Officers Abul and Kabul arrested a student during a protest against the price hike of kidney dialysis. The arrestee was defiant of the police officers, making preposterous arguments about freedom of speech and the right to protest, which had really ticked the officers off.
Real Madrid players have reportedly come to Bangladesh hoping for admission to a well-known coaching centre of Farmgate after they failed their English test, held in Etihad exam hall on English soil.
“The real victims in this tragedy are the ones who didn’t get any friend requests despite the glitch and me,” said Mark.
Locals are being inspired by a city father’s mother’s decision to represent her ousted and disgraced son by nominating herself as an independent woman … erm … candidate.
Pep Guardiola, who is popularly known for bottling Champions League campaigns, is once again dreaming again of winning it, even at the cost of his hair.
The month of May, 2077.
Everything changed when the inverter broke down.
A company in Dhaka has started blacking out its windows to increase productivity in the month of Ramadan.
People get more and more frustrated and angry at each other as the time to break fast in the holy month of Ramadan approaches, a new study found.
Comments sections these days are like a virtual jungle gym for bullies, and it seems like everyone’s monkeying around.
This week’s offerings may not be to everyone’s liking. There could be charges of copying, and also one or more articles might seem offensive.
Bollywood escapee Priyanka Chopra Jonas spoke out in support of a Bangladeshi beauty salon that recently attracted the wrong kind of attention for including the words “white supremacy” on a Facebook post.
This poem is an ode to the poet Brian Bilston who knows it and writes about the human condition, relationships, and buses (according to his bio on his Facebook page)
There have been few songs in the history of this country that united as many people as Coke Studio Bangla’s Nahubo has.
What this correspondent is about to break to you is a story of betrayal, heartbreak and of course, utter and complete disappointment.
The country erupted in joy at news that a student leader from Bangladesh Mountains University is going to partake in running events of the Paris Olympics next year.
Where is their campus?