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Should TV channels force us to watch their dull content?
Bangladesh Daily Star

DW is now in HD in Bangladesh

Starting from December 1, audiences across Asia including Bangladesh can tune into English-language television from Deutsche Welle (DW) in high definition (HD) quality. The HD channel will run parallel to DW's standard definition (SD) channel. Bangladesh Daily Star, 21 hours ago
Bangladeshi ads banned in foreign channels Financial Express Bangladesh, 5 days ago
Should TV channels force us to watch their dull content? Bangladesh Daily Star, 4 days ago

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Gulf Times, 1 month ago
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Bangladesh Daily Star, 4 months ago
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Asaduzzaman Noor turns 70

Kothao Keu Nei is one of the most popular plays in Bangladesh's television history. Asaduzzaman Noor's performance in the play as Baker Bhai is considered one of his best roles, and boosted his popularity. His performance, in fact, made such a major ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago

Jos Buttler is shocked by Bangla's evacuation drill

Jos Buttler admitted to a sense of alarm and shock at seeing television pictures of the evacuation drill being carried out by Bangladesh special forces at the cricket ground in Mirpur as they continue to be on red alert for a terrorist attack. Buttler ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago

Cleaner showered in gifts after being humiliated online

A Bangladeshi man ridiculed by online trolls for looking longingly at gold chains in a jewelry shop window is now getting a crash course in blind generosity. Nazer al-Islam Abdul Karim, a 65-year-old cleaner from Bangladesh who works in Saudi ...
 New York Post2 days ago

We must remember our culture

Majority of the younger generation in our country isn't familiar with Dhaliwood or Bangladeshi TV programmes, drama and theatre, but have a comprehensive knowledge of Bollywood, Indian soap operas and so on. The popular opinion that all Bangladeshi ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star2 days ago

Breaking boundaries: Bangladesh's women cricketers

Gifted cricketers Chumki Akter and Ismat Ara were born in poverty in Bangladesh. Now they are playing the game at the highest level. Mark Seacombe hears how a British charity is offering young women the future of their dreams At the age of 10, Ismat ...
 The Guardian4 days ago
Hindustan Times

Bangladesh launches probe after match-fixing allegations resurface in BPL

Dhaka: A probe has been launched into allegations by a player that he was asked to fix matches during the latest scandal-hit Bangladesh Premier League Twenty20 tournament. The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) said it would investigate after Rangpur ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago Bangladesh Premier League under investigation for match-fixing  Sportskeeda.com1 week ago BCB launches investigation after Rangpur Riders' Ghosh alleges team manager of corruption  Daily Times1 week ago Bangladesh Premier League probed for match-fixing  The Gulf Today1 week ago
Daily Observer

The Daily 202: Trump leaning on TV analysts as he staffs the government

THE BIG IDEA:The Trump revolution won't just be televised. It will be led by television talking heads. In August 2015, Chuck Todd asked Donald Trump on Meet the Press who he talks with for military advice. Well, I watch the shows , said the ...
 Washington Post1 week ago Donald Trump and Bangladeshi Facebook users  Daily Observer2 weeks ago Muslim countries react to Trump winning the US presidency  Malay Mail4 weeks ago Trump's Contribution to US Politics: If you can't win the election, pervert it  Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago
Daily Observer

SGIFF: Live from Dhaka Director on Bangladesh's New Talent Wave

"Live from Dhaka," the debut film of 31-year-old Abdullah Mohammad Saad, will begin its global festival journey with a world premiere at the Singapore international film festival on Dec. 2. The film is in contention at the Silver Screen Awards. The ...
 Variety1 week ago Film on cyclone Alia selected for Kolkata Film Festival  Daily Observer4 weeks ago Saad's Live from Dhaka to vie in the Asian Feature Film Competition at SGIFF  Dhaka Tribune1 week ago

Legal notice on ads in foreign media

A legal notice has been sent for taking necessary steps to stop airing Bangladeshi products advertisements on foreign channels within 24 hours. A Supreme Court lawyer, Eklas Uddin Bhuiya, sent the notice with a threat to take legal action if the ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago Legal notice seeks halt of local ads on foreign TV channels  Dhaka Tribune1 week ago Legal notice served to stop airing ads in foreign media  Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago Jail term for local ad on foreign TV  Bdnews24.com1 week ago
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