Teach your younger ones consent with this educational video by BRAC

We live in a country where people are not made aware of the concept of “consent”. Especially, there is no scope for the younger ones to know what consent even

Bangladeshi Photojournalist KM Asad’s photo on the cover of National Geographic magazine

National Geographic's cover photo of August issue is taken by a Bangladeshi photojournalist, KM Asad

This Indian fisherman survived four days at the sea until Bangladeshi sailors rescued him

A truly miraculous rescue of a man who survived all odds by the nature. Bangladesh cargo vessel rescues an Indian fisherman who was afloat on the sea for four days.

Lights, camera, pose!- How to make yourself look better in pictures

As you rummage through the umpteen pictures in your phone’s gallery, it is quite common to feel disappointed. The dilemma of asking your friend for another picture or settling with

A complete guide to finding the best career counselor

With graduation nearing and the future still vaguely thought out, anxiety would take the center stage for any fourth year. For students who have mapped out every detail of their

First ever Bangladeshi female commentator: Shathira Jakir Jessy

For the first time, ever! A Bangladeshi female commentator did the commentary during the Bangladesh Vs. India match on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. On Star Sports. Yes, folks, you read

Caged Realities: Zoos in Bangladesh and their mistreatment of animals

Photo Courtesy: Dhaka Tribune We treat the animals in our zoos the same way we treat the students in our schools. Both institutions were established for the purpose of education.

Bangladesh moves to make technical education compulsory in every school

Photograph by: Saikat Mojumder In the midst of all our hopelessness and complaints about our education system, there’s perhaps one silver lining at last. Our education system is finally about

How far would a Bangladeshi food joint go to hide the truth?

Restaurant businesses have recently gained a lot of popularity among people from all walks of life. Whether it is for eating, hanging out with friends or even an online check-in

Things you certainly miss from the 2000s

The 2000s were not just a wonderful decade from your old calendar. It was a melting pot of music, movies, fashion, literature (and everything cool) that was deemed unruly but

Bangladesh earns the highest rate of trust in vaccines, France the lowest

According to the world’s largest survey on public attitudes towards health and science, it has been observed that Bangladesh is one of the countries to have the highest level of

BUET students continue class boycott for the fifth day

Photo courtesy: Dhaka Tribune Students of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, BUET, continue their sit in for the fifth consecutive day pressing their 16 points demand. The protesters have