‘A Scribble Story’ going to compete in Maharashtra

‘A Scribble Story’, an experimental manor film from Bangladesh, will compete in the upcoming ‘9th Pune Short Film Festival’ in the experimental category. The three-day

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10th Bangladesh Denim Expo starts May 2

The tenth edition of Bangladesh Denim Expo, an international exposition of denim products, will be held at the International Convention City Bashundhara (ICCB) on 2nd and 3rd May

ISIS releases first videotape of Baghdadi in five years

The United States vowed Monday (April 29) that it would track down and defeat surviving leaders of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) movement after its elusive supremo

Best World Cup team tag annoys Mashrafe

Bangladesh ODI captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza came down heavily on the people who termed Bangladesh’s World Cup team as the best ever in the country’s cricket history, stating

Tigers must rely on 'skilled hitting' at World Cup: McKenzie

Bangladesh's batsmen have to trust their own skills at the World Cup rather than be swayed by prevailing global standards, according to their batting coach Neil McKenzie. Most of

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