Dublar Char: An island where fishermen struggle alone
Dublar Char produces enough dried fish to meet 80% of Bangladesh’s demand. But working conditions there are tough and dangerous.
Pelé: Long live the king
Touted by many as the greatest to ever play the sport, continually labelled as the king even decades after he hung up his boots, Edson Arantes do Nascimento, died after a prolonged battle against colo ...
Plastics clog Shyama Shundori, KD canals in Rangpur
The build-up of plastic has also caused the flow of the canals to slow and, in some cases, come to a stop.
5 women who climbed the k2 with Wasfia Nazreen
Nirmal Purja (Nimsdai) led the Elite Exped team of 12 mountaineers – six of whom were women – to the peak.
‘We Only Have One Earth’: Clean, Safe and Healthy Planet to Live
Bangladesh has been engulfed by air and water pollution
It is Our Responsibility to Ease the Climate Crisis
Children living in developing countries like Bangladesh are at a higher risk of being exposed to the perils of climate change, UNICEF says
Climate change and Bangladesh
Climate change will have a profound effect on Bangladesh, impacting agriculture, flooding, storms, and exacerbating other natural disasters
Ms Marvel review – just a Captain Marvel wannabe?
If I had to give Marvel props for anything, it would be how they managed to incorporate the vibrant, modern culture of the Indian subcontinent while showcasing the roots of its long-held traditions.