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BBQ Special weekend deal at Amari Dhaka

Dhaka – Let your weekend nights be full of excitement with the aroma of barbeque at Amari Dhaka. Every weekend, hangout with you friends and your loved ones overlooking the city view and enjoy the wide range of BBQ items presented by our expert chefs at the sizzling rooftop Deck 41. Read More »

Peacempire forms coalition to fight child marriages

Rakibul Hasan Peacempire, an initiative to scale down Early Marriage, undertook major activities among 2805 adolescents, youths and adults, mostly aged 13 to 25 years, who represent over 32 villages in the district of Narayanganj, Bangladesh. We have surpassed the targets we set. Until the eve of February, we trained a number of 162 Community Reporters, 149 Young Advocates, 63 ... Read More »

Nearly 60 percent of children like reading for fun

New York — Nearly 6 out of 10 young people ages 6-17 say they read for fun, according to a new study from Scholastic and YouGuv, a percentage that has dipped slightly since a 2010 report. Fifty-eight percent of those surveyed said they either loved reading for fun or “liked it a lot.” In 2010, 60 percent gave similar responses. ... Read More »

Pop culture and young love in North Korea

“If a CD or DVD is found stuck in your player, you’re in deep trouble” Ji-Min Kang This week’s Ask a North Korean deviates somewhat from our usual formula. Instead of publishing answers to reader’s questions, we’re publishing the second part of a series of excerpts from an upcoming e-book by one of our longtime contributors, Ji-Min Kang, which will ... Read More »

Man arrested in dowry case of his 25th wife?

Dhaka – A Barguna court has send a man prison upon his 25th wife’s complaint. He is accused of having married 28 times. Police arrested Yasin Byapari, 45, from Taltali of Barguna district. A court sent him to jail in a dowry case filed by his ’25th wife’ Shiuli Akhter Tania. Read More »

SAU Rover Scouts marching forward

-Prof. M Zahidul Haque SINCE establishment in 1980, the Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University (SAU) Rover Scout Group upholding the rover scout motto “SERVICE” has been performing various scouting activities ranging from community services to agriculture, health and sanitation, child welfare tasks. The SAU Rovers always keep themselves ready to activate their voluntary services at critical hour of local and national needs! Read More »

Solo painting exhibition of Russian artist opens at Gallery Cosmos

Dhaka, Jan 17 – A four-day painting exhibition titled ‘Ladies Come Flying’ by Russian artist Sergey Radiuk begat at Gallery Cosmos in the city’s Mohakhali area on Tuesday. Cultural Affairs Minister Asaduzzaman Noor inaugurated the exhibition as the chief guest while Russian Ambassador to Bangladesh Alexander Ignatov was present as a special guest. Read More »

‘I am allergic to my husband’

Twenty-nine-year-old Johanna Watkins from Minnesota cannot kiss her husband Scott, or even spend time in the same room as him. She suffers from Mast Cell Activation Syndrome, a rare disorder of the immune system, which means she is allergic to almost everything, including her husband’s scent.Johanna and Scott Watkins’s date nights are very different from other couples.”Scott and I will ... Read More »

Drink tea and stay hearty!

Tea is the most refreshing drink which can energize one in a minute. Hot tea or ice-tea, all types of tea has beneficial ingredients which is good for health. FariaAman, nutritionist of Prudent Nutrition and Diet Centre, said, “Tea contains a wide range of antioxidants whichhelp prevent aging and also save from us damage as well as pollution.” Antioxidants have ... Read More »

George Michael: Pop superstar dies at 53

Singer George Michael has died at his home at the age of 53. The star, who launched his career with Wham! in the 1980s and had huge success as a solo performer, “passed away peacefully” on Christmas Day in Goring, Oxfordshire, his publicist said. Read More »

Being curious can help you become more creative

You’ve always been told that being curious is not a bad thing. The reason is now scientifically proven. People who show strong curiosity traits on personality tests perform better on creative tasks, suggests a new study. This is especially true for those with a strong diversive curiosity trait, or curiosity associated with the interest in exploring unfamiliar topics and learning ... Read More »

Proverbial mermaids making a splash in Dutch pools

ZEIST, Netherlands (BSS/AFP) – A majestic turquoise-and-gold tail splashes the surface of a public pool. Strange, beautiful creatures frolic in the water, occasionally peeking out from their masks and snorkels. Half-woman, half-fish. Since Disney’s Princess Ariel first hit the big screen over two decades ago, many little girls (and some boys) have dreamt of becoming a mermaid. Now mermaid Crystal, ... Read More »

Boosting renewables in cities vital to achieve dev goals: IRENA

Ecuador – Cities now have an unprecedented opportunity to transform and decarbonise their energy supply and use, according to a new report from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). Renewable Energy in Cities, released today on the sidelines of the Habitat III Conference in Quito, estimates energy use in 3,649 cities and explores their potential to scale-up renewable energy by ... Read More »

Holy Ashura observed

The country’s Muslims observed holy Ashura on Wednesday with due religious reverence expressing their remorse for the tragic incident at Karbala desert.The day was observed as a sign of sacrifice and mourning commemorating the Karbala tragedy where Hazrat Imam Hussain ®, a grandson of Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH), embraced martyrdom along his family members and followers on the 10th of ... Read More »

Smiling spouse your ticket to healthier, longer life

Having a happy, smiling partner can keep you healthy and fit as you enter middle age and move towards the golden years, say researchers, adding that simply having a happy partner may enhance health as much as striving to be happy oneself. “This finding significantly broadens assumptions about the relationship between happiness and health, suggesting a unique social link,” said ... Read More »

The moment hijabs dazzled New York Fashion Week catwalk

A collection presented at New York Fashion Week is the first time every model walked the event’s runway wearing a hijab.Muslim designer Anniesa Hasibuan’s show was also one of the first by an Indonesian at the prestigious annual event.At a time when what Muslim women choose to wear is causing intense debate, many are calling Hasibuan’s move a historic moment ... Read More »

Is informed engagement in cities key to sustainability?

Every year since 2008, the United Nations has sponsored the International Day of Democracy on September 15. This year, the IDD is tied to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, in particular to Goal 16, which “addresses democracy by calling for inclusive and participatory societies and institutions” and aims to “promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to ... Read More »