Tapan Mahmud: A tryst with Tagore’s temperance

Eminent Tagore singer and Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra artiste Tapan Mahmud has completed five decades of his singing career earning both fame and love of the music lovers. The

Khaleda isolated in courtroom

Jailed Bangladesh Nationalist Party chairperson Khaleda Zia was kept isolated in a makeshift courtroom at Bakhshibazar in Old Dhaka during hearing in GATCO graft case on Thursday.

NBR to launch door-to-door survey to net new taxpayers

National Board of Revenue is set to launch a door-to-door survey in major cities including Dhaka to find out new income taxpayers as part of its move to expand the tax net in the

Sakib, Mushfiq show star quality in BPL

The sixth edition of the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League was initially dominated by foreign players but gradually local players started to come out from their shadows to deliver

Windies in control after bowling out England for 77

An astonishing day two ended with West Indies in a strong but not necessarily impregnable position against England, 339 runs ahead in their second innings with four wickets

Why the Manto ban is bad

THE ban on the film on Manto made in India by Nandita Das must be rescinded because it is a bad and indefensible action on more counts than one. First of all, banning a work of

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