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  • Diving for a living

    Would you believe that some people still make a living out of diving in ponds and water bodies to recover jewellery or precious possessions lost by bathers?

  • All eyes on court

    Seventy-year-old Shah Jamal grew up on the bank of the Shitalakkhya witnessing countless events centring on the river. A ragpicker,

  • Metro rail construction work begins

    The construction work of the 20-kilometre long metro rail begins.

  • After flood, Teesta erosion tossing villagers into uncertainty

    Flood waters have receded in Kurigram, but on its footsteps, a more compelling and treacherous adversity has followed into the lives of those living on the banks of the Teesta river.

  • Brac University students continue protest

    Brac University students take to the streets for the second consecutive day over the alleged assault on a teacher of the privately-run university.

  • 7 reasons why we love Saat Masjid Road

    Saat Masjid Road is always evolving! If you journey merely 3 years back and compare the road to what it is today, you will find a myriad

  • Gain public trust: Civil society to EC

    Civil society members in a dialogue with the Election Commission (EC) discuss three agenda – gaining public confidence, army deployment and no-vote option during the next parliamentary elections.

  • Beauty of Komoldaha waterfall

    Less popular than Khoiyachora and Napityachora waterfalls, the charming Komoldaha waterfall in Chittagong district, that overflows with water during the monsoon, has now started attracting tourists.

  • Rain downs Dhaka, threatens landslide in hilly regions

    Torrential rainfall of monsoon continued for the fourth consecutive day today and battered Bangladesh, including Dhaka city, throwing life out of gear.

  • Ctg waterlogging becomes unbearable for city dwellers

    A video captured recently on the Chittagong-Kaptai road shows a vivid picture of the present scenario of waterlogging in Chittagong as most of the areas under the Chittagong City Corporation are inundated, causing immense sufferings for the commuters every day.