Recovering From Covid Reinventing Our Future

Recovering From Covid Reinventing Our Future

Maxwell equals Rohit's record of most T20I centuries

Big-hitting Glenn Maxwell slammed a 50-ball century as Australia raced to 241-4 in the second of three Twenty20 internationals against the West Indies in Adelaide on Sunday.

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Jamaica, NY: A slice of Bangladesh away from it

It was the summer of 2013, I was strolling along Jamaica’s Hillside Avenue and turning my neck every time I was hearing someone utter

2y ago

Bangladesh’s well-known haats

“Haat-baar” or the weekly/fortnightly bazaars aka market day are a concept enshrined in the fabric of traditional rural Bengal. In the olden times, artisans and traders of various wares would travel from one region to another,

2y ago

Food fusions Yummy or yucky?

Would you eat shorisha pizza? How about kalabhuna dumpling? Bolognese fuchka? Yes? No? Well that’s where the debate starts. First respectfully, then passionately, and then, in no time, things get out of hand!

2y ago

Country roads to home: 5 most scenic roads in Bangladesh

Talking about the beauty of the country is no easy feat, still we have tried to begin somewhere and our easiest bet were the roads that evoke a sense of beauty amongst those who love to call themselves travellers.

2y ago

Behind the glitz and glam of the Bangladeshi fashion industry

The allure of the fashion industry anywhere in the world is apparent, often giving out a fabricated feeling of certitude and hopefulness, when in reality there are thousands of obstacles living in ‘whispers.

2y ago

Sewing for the groom: Points to remember before ordering the perfect wedding sherwani

Designers across town will vouch for the fact that although festivities calm down at the end of winter, the proverbial ‘wedding season’ is now a yearlong phenomenon.

2y ago

Social media trials: Conflicting to the Legal Court Trial?

Presumed Innocent Until Proven Guilty— this is well-established in criminal law. According to this, the burden of proof lies on the prosecution,

2y ago

Times change, so must we

In the last two years, we were forced to accept a new way of living. The world as we knew it will possibly never be the same, but as “change is the only constant in life,” we have learned to adapt to this new reality.

2y ago

COVID-19 and the misfortunes of artisans in Bangladesh

Late 2019 saw the world face one of its toughest calamities in modern history — a deadly virus that rapidly spread across continents causing a pandemic,

2y ago

A pandemic and how it pushed us into the digital age

If you were to tell your mum or dad, even back in 2019, that they would be shopping for groceries, medicine, or be doing their office from home, they would tell you to lay off the lazy man daydreams.

2y ago

Frugal living during the pandemic

The post-2020 world we live in is very different from the one we are all used to living. For many, it meant losing their loved ones and braving an emptier existence.

2y ago

The business of flowers

Flowers have been admired, sought after, and cherished throughout the history of humankind.

2y ago

COVID-19 in photos: The Daily Star’s documentation of a pandemic

Bangladesh, along with the rest of the world, is living through the strangest of times. It feels surreal to think of the ‘new normal’ — seems straight out of a sci-fi apocalypse movie! Nevertheless, to make sense of it all, journalists continue to bring the latest of the ongoing pandemic and to keep the world informed and updated.

2y ago

Mental Health Post COVID-19

Today, the world is quite aware and fluent on the physical symptoms of COVID-19, largely publicised by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and WHO (World Health Organization).

2y ago

Cox’s Bazar: Ready and waiting for more tourists

Bangladesh’s domestic tourism arguably was born as the beach town of Cox’s Bazar started to be recognised as a holiday destination, and it has been a bustling hub for tourists for many years now.

2y ago

How is shrinking media space affecting our democracy?

The media is often considered to be the fourth pillar of a democracy—while the other three pillars are the legislature, executive and judiciary.

2y ago

The future of renewable energy in Bangladesh

Renewable energy (RE) comprises of energy from the sun (directly), usually called solar, biomass, wind, tidal, geothermal and hydro.

2y ago
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