After a career built entirely off of copying search results from Google, Tanvir Alam Khan, 28, a BBA graduate from Not South University, thinks that the human species should be compensated for artificial intelligence software disrupting the labour market.
Science has been the prime source for answers ever since humans learned to remain silent about questions they couldn’t answer. However, with one particular question, “why people get the most important calls while they are inside elevators?”, science can only respond with silence time and again.
Bangladesh holds the record for having the highest number of people, per square kilometre, to have been exposed on social media at least once in their lives.
Political clashes ahead of elections is not new for Paltown residents. Sometimes law enforcers, in their attempt to do “crowd control” take part in the fray.
Selling beauty products is similar to Bangladeshi parents dealing with their daughter’s marriage.
Bangladesh continues to astound the world by arranging its yearly cricket-torturing programme.
Chapasthan Road Transport Authority (CRTA) has finally managed to bring down road accidents in Dhoka, by forcing the ghost on Airport Road to take part in a road safety workshop.
One of the strongest protests against Pakistan’s repressive actions towards Bangla was organised in Faridpur. In 1952, Ambika Maidan, Rajendra College, and Zilla Schools became the focal points of the movement in the district.
Bangladesh national cricket team veteran Nazmul Hossain Shohan fought back against the backlash he was facing for his wicketkeeping abilities, saying that it is more difficult than activists’ gatekeeping on social media.
Telmar Uddin, who has been deactivating his Facebook account for the past 2 years to secure CGPA- 4, reactivated his account recently just to congratulate newly elected student leaders as he believes that is more important and prestigious than securing the highest CGPA.