SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 2015

Star Weekend

  • In the Wake of Disaster

    After a three-month-long countrywide shutdown, the situation has considerably improved in the last few weeks.

  • THE AFTERMATH

    Sharif Hossain Nazmuddin, an entrepreneur who has been fish farming for years in his 5 fishponds at Chandpur shared his struggling experience.

  • THE PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION

    Ahmed Shafquat Noor is the Finance Manager-GL at the British American Tobacco Bangladesh. With a BBA and MBA from one of the top universities in the country, IBA, Noor represents a large number of the young dreamers in Dhaka, driven by passion and ambition.

  • A LEGENDARY DELICACY

    Whats not to love about a layered, thin crunchy bunch of Bakarkhanis? Beside its taste, the history of this traditional snack made of white flour and mawa of Old Dhaka, as stated in “Kingbadantir Dhaka” by Nazir Hossain, makes this even more of a favourite to everyone.

  • Why I Am Excited about the City Mayoral Elections And ultimately, does my vote matter

    I'm a lousy utopist. I daydream about waiting behind a line of people to enter polling centres – homemakers, teachers, middle-aged medical officers, rickshawpullers, third year university students, artists, activists – and a social entrepreneur. Are we finally voting for a city mayor we believe in?

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