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Roshan’s Walk to Fame

Roshan’s Walk to Fame

In an interview with Rafi Hossain, popular Roshan talks about his profession and expectation from love. Watch the Star Live video to know more.

  • Crocodile Juliet lays 34 eggs in Karamjal

    Juliet, the female crocodile of Karamjol Wildlife Rescue Center of Sundarban, lays 34 eggs.

  • All 32 Batagur baska babies hatch at Karamjal

    All 32 eggs of Batagur baska, a critically endangered northern river terrapin, have hatched at Karamjal wildlife breeding centre in the Sundarbans in Bagerhat.

  • Buy directly from us

    Frustrated after incurring huge losses, many farmers are demanding that the government procure paddy or rice directly from the growers instead of rice mill owners. “In this system, farmers have no choice but to sell their harvest to local rice mill owners. So, those mid-dlemen become the beneficiary

  • Buddhist monastery distributes iftar

    Buddhist monastery distributes iftar in Ramadan

    The Dhammarajika Buddhist Monastery in the capital’s Bashabo Sabujbagh area distributes iftar and drinking-water to poor fasting Muslims.

  • Move on to grab Padma char

    The Rajshahi prison authorities have moved to grab at least 100 acres of char land in the Padma river in the city’s Sreerampur to build Prisons Training Academy complex.

  • Life passing by in chains

    He spent more than half his life, nearly 22 years, being chained to a tree next to a mud hut that belongs to his family.

  • Road, rail blocked in Khulna, Ctg

    Thousands of agitating jute mill workers blocked roads and railways in Khulna and Jashore and roads in Chattogram yesterday, the first day of their indefinite strike at state-owned jute mills for better wages and arrears.

  • Bangladesh Chhatra League New Central Committee

    ‘Criminals, drug dealers in BCL central committee’

    A deprived faction of Bangladesh Chhatra League, the ruling party’s student front, has threatened hunger strike demanding removal of “non-eligible” leaders.

  • The roaming barbers of Lalmonirhat

    Roaming barbers cycle around and provide salon services to the residents of Mogalhat, a border village of Lalmonirhat, to this day, right at their doorstep.

  • Jute Workers: No pay scale in 9 years, no pay for months

    On September 7, 2015, the cabinet approved the eighth national pay scale effective from July that year, and it has been implemented in al-most all government offices and corporations.