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  • With 'Lever Ayush Hajaro Konthe Borsohboron 1426'

    Bhutan PM enjoys the Bangla New Year

    The spirit of our cultural festivity filled the air as the rays of the early morning sun of the Bangla New Year 1426, beamed with the

  • An evening of contemporary dance

    Goethe-Institut Bangladesh, in association with Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, recently organised an evening of contemporary dance, under the Young Choreographers' Platform 2019.

  • SHILPARATH'S 10th anniversary celebrations

    Shilparath, a dance school and company based in Manikganj, celebrated its 10th anniversary through a cultural programme at the central Shahid Minar premises in Manikganj on April 12.

  • Choitre Boi Utshab 2019 concludes

    ​A seasonal book fair, Choitre Boi Utshab 2019, was organised in collaboration with 10 publications at Bangladesh National Museum.

  • Mangal Shobhajatra preparations underway

    Pohela Boishakh, the largest festival in Bangladesh, is just around the corner. Mangal Shobhajatra, an integral part of the celebration, is also widely anticipated by all.

  • Project Pothchola presents 'Mogoj Dholai 2.0'

    Project Pothchola, an initiative by Bandhu Foundation of Bangladesh, organised the second season of their book reading event titled

  • WOW Dhaka 2019 concludes

    The first ever Women of the World (WOW) festival in Dhaka recently ended at the Bangla Academy premises with a concluding ceremony, followed by an energetic concert.

  • Egiya Jawar Nei Mana - Seven Spectacular Screenings

    The Bangamata U 19 Women's International Gold Cup 2019 is an international football tournament arranged for the first time in Bangladesh, exclusively for women. It is scheduled to kick off from April 22.

  • Remembering Abdul Hai Mashreki

    Marking the memorable occasion of folk poet Abdul Hai Mashreki's 100th birth anniversary, Jagannath University organised a discussion session and cultural programme yesterday at their campus.

  • Art Festival 2019 Gazipur ends on a high note

    The four-day long art festival, from March 27 - 30, came to an end yesterday with the opening of the grand exhibition of artworks by both prominent and promising artists, on themes ranging from nature to urbanisation, contemporary to classical, festivity to celebration of life and culture.