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Framing the bundles of joy
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Framing the bundles of joy

Even though she started off with basic photography as a passion, little did she know that one day she will be specialising with baby photography.

  • Kremlin's musical hopes

    Druti, Rattri, Chiring and Kripanjali, four girls from the Garo community, began the journey of their rock band, Kremlin, with high hopes.

  • Youth Opportunities

    Call for Volunteers: Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games 2020

  • Bringing wisdom to the crowd

    Today, various big brands are trying to achieve everything by throwing grandeur marketing messages at consumers through advertising, social media updates, commercials, blogs, websites and so on.

  • Jiboner Jonno Rokto: Every drop counts

    24-year-old Asif Islam Abir, a student of Multimedia and Creative Technology at Daffodil International University and a freelance 3D artist, started the online based non-profit organisation called Jiboner Jonno Rokto in 2013.

  • Film Mistri Production- all set for construction

    Film Mistri is an online based production house that currently operates on the basis of crowdfunding- a process whereby an estimated amount of money is collected from the public for a specific project via the internet.

  • BYLC hosts Youth Leadership Summit 2018

    With this year's theme 'Desh Amar Dayitto Amar' (My Nation, My Responsibility), Bangladesh Youth Leadership Center (BYLC), launched

  • Enamoured with magic

    Farhanul Islam, popularly known as Magicman Farhanul, is a Bangladeshi illusionist who has been performing extensively across Canada for the better part of the past decade.

  • Bangladesh Toastmasters' Meet

    Toastmasters International is a platform which moulds individuals into excellent speakers and leaders. Presently, Bangladesh has eight active Toastmasters clubs divided by two areas, Area J3 and Area J4.

  • Non-violence & Rebuilding Peace: Challenges And Way Forward

    World Peace Day was observed on September 21 by Junior Chamber International (JCI), Bangladesh.

  • Drishty Chittagong Junior Model United Nations 2018 underway

    Since 1992, Drishty Chittagong, an educational and cultural organisation, has been working relentlessly by engaging the youth to create positive impact in our society.

  • Protigga Foundation hosts awareness programme on child abuse

    In collaboration with Prantor, Protigga Foundation hosted an event titled ‘Awareness Program on Child Abuse and Parental Workshop’ on September 29 at Little Steps Pre-School & Day Care Centre in Gulshan.

  • MindMatters hosts ‘A Panel Discussion on Postpartum Depression’

    On September 22, MindMatters, an organisation that aims to spread awareness on mental health and mental healthcare hosted 'A Panel Discussion on Postpartum Depression,’ at Banani, in association with Gourmet Bazaar.

  • An earnest hand for humanity

    Starting out in 2010 as a simple endeavour by 18-year-old Ahmed Imtiaz Jami to help underprivileged children, OBHIZATRIK

  • Cartoon People COMICS

    Cartoon People COMICS

  • Global agents for environmental protection

    Youth engagement and public awareness play a vital role in protecting the environment. Mirza Mohammad, a young environmental

  • A persistent martial artist

    Born in Mymensingh, Mazaharul Islam Salim, has been practicing Kyokushin Karate for fifteen years, a form of full contact karate which was founded in 1964 by Korean-Japanese Masutatsu Oyama.

  • Bongo conducts YouTube workshop

    With over 1.5 million subscribers on their YouTube page, Bongo is undoubtedly one of the biggest streaming video-on-demand services

  • A worthy partnership

    In a short span of time, sibling duo Nuzaimul Hoq Xishan and Kasfia Haque Samara set up not one but three ventures,Worthy Books, Worthy Toys and Worthy Publications.

  • Closing the Gaps for a Better Work Environment

    Bangladesh has witnessed its best times in terms of economic growth in the last decade or so. Now is the most opportune moment to amplify its growth by efficiently focusing on the skills gaps prevailing at different areas.

  • Be a chartered marketer

    Bangladesh Brand Forum, in association with Academy for Professional Qualifications, introduces the second batch on the course “The Chartered Institute of Marketing” in Bangladesh.

  • Euphoria in Thailand

    The friendship began over thirty years ago between Dr Man and my parents, and a few months ago we were extremely fortunate to be reunited.

  • Learning about UIU

    United International University (UIU) is a private university approved by the Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh and University Grants Commission (UGC).

  • FNF launches painting competition under the theme “It’s always time for Freedom!”

    To enrich people’s perspectives, The Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF), an international non-profit organisation promoting the ideas of liberal democracy, respect for human rights, rule of law and economic freedom, wishes to explore and document how artists perceive the fundamental principle of freedom through a painting competition this year.

  • In remembrance of Chester Bennington

    I have been battling chronic depression for years. I did not grow up in what you could describe as a 'picture-perfect' family.

  • A school for 21st Century Skills

    The term 21st century skills refers to a broad set of knowledge, skills, work habits, and character traits that are believed by educators,

  • BYLCx Revamped: 25 new online courses launched

    With an objective to future-proof the next generation of workers in a rapidly changing market, BYLCx unveiled its revamped website at a

  • Biotechnology: for the future

    The National Institute of Biotechnology and the Ministry of Science and Technology jointly organised the first National Biotechnology Fair in Bangladesh, from September 7 to 8, 2018, at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Novo Theatre, Dhaka.

  • Children rejoice in chocolate: 3rd Space celebrates International Chocolate Day

    Magic tricks, an art competition, games, Piniata, alongside layers and layers of chocolate: this would be a dream scenario for me when I was still a child. With very few recreational

  • Youth Opportunities

    TEDFO ACADEMY is offering a scholarship based month-long training programme on “Export Management” to students. The programme will be supported by TEDFO Bangladesh Limited.

  • MIST hosts Ankur 2018

    An inter-university literature and cultural competition titled Aunkur-2018 was held at Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST) on September 1, organised by the university’s Literature and Cultural Club. Prominent artist Hashem Khan, Member of the Board of Trustees of Bangladesh National Museum, was the chief guest. Major General Md Abul Khair,