There are too many people in Dhaka. So many that it’s choking the city. However, every person here is here for a reason.
In many cities around the world, elderly people literally cannot cross the road because the timing on crossing signals is too brief. At least we don’t have that problem in Dhaka, if only due to the absence of functional traffic lights.
Dhaka is now a black hole: a city consuming millions of residents but has no sense of quality life.
Characterised by a culture of ad hocism, these valuable urban lands below elevated road infrastructures rarely reach their full potential.
Whether you want to sway to some classical music or be enraged at the wrongdoings of the society displayed in a tantalising play, the city has it all.
Managing sales and picking out the right venue is crucial if Dhaka is headed down the road of indoor concerts.
Bangladesh cricket team's former captain and Member of Parliament, Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, expressed his delight in meeting Argentine World Cup winning goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez, who is currently on a short trip to Dhaka.
There will, however, be a few selected guests apart from the Next Ventures officials, at the morning event including former national cricket team’s captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza and state minister for information and communication.