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Tobuo Manush enthralls Chittagong theatre-lovers

Photo: Star As soon as the drama Tobuo Manush ended at Chittagong Zila Shilpakala Academy on Friday, the full-house audience burst into a round of applause praising the production of Nandimukh. The play was curtain-raiser of the nine-day ... Bangladesh Daily Star, 3 weeks ago

The MS Dhoni story

* Represents India in an international match for the first time against Bangladesh in an ODI on December 23, 2014 at Chittagong. * Announces himself on the international stage with a whirlwind 148 in an ODI against Pakistan at Visakhapatnam on April 5, 2005.
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

Triyak celebrates 40th anniversary in Chittagong

King Oedipus was one of the plays staged. Photo: Star When Srijami Sanskritik Angon performed a chorus Badar Badar Badar Badar Heiya on the open stage at the premises of Theatre Institute of Chittagong (TIC), the audience gave a big round of ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago

When indigenous people come second

The indigenous people of Bangladesh's Chittagong Hill Tracts have a long history of persecution. Not only are they treated as second-class citizens in their own country, but it is now believed that their presence in the region was predated by the ...
 Global The International Briefing2 weeks ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

Chittagong Hill Tracts: Peace Procession in Rangamati

The local administration of the Rangamati District in the Chittagong Division coordinated a peace march aimed to alleviate tensions between the Bangalee and indigenous communities. At the same time, Chittagong Hill leaders ask for the CHT Agreement ...
 United Nations and Peoples Organisation2 weeks ago Peace rally to defuse tension  Bangladesh Daily Star2 weeks ago

Christmas comes to the CHT

In the last seven years, I took more than 20 visits to the deepest parts of the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT), especially in Bandarban and I found out that many ethnic groups have converted to Christianity, sans their different ethnic religions. ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 month ago
Financial Express Bangladesh

Developing tourism in port city of Chittagong

During the Neo-Stone Age, Austro-Asiatic people had lived in Chittagong. Plinie, a Greek geographer, gave description of a place called Chris. Great historian Nalini Kanta Bhattashali identified that place as Sandwip of Chittagong. According to the ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh2 months ago

Taking Gandhi with a Pinch of Salt

A few days ago, I learned that a common insult among young boys playing video games is: Who taught you to fight? Gandhi? There's a certain logic to the insult. While Gandhi was dedicated to suicidal self-sacrifice, which can be honoured on the ...
 ZNet4 days ago

Mymensingh to become a new division

The government has directed the Cabinet Division to take steps to turn Mymensingh district into a new divisional headquarter. The decision was made at a regular cabinet meeting presided over by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday. Cabinet ...
 Dhaka Tribune5 days ago 3 more divisions in the making  Bangladesh Daily Star5 days ago
MSN News

Muralitharan to be Sunrisers bowling coach

Provided by Wisden Sunrisers Hyderabad signed up Muttiah Muralitharan as their bowling coach and mentor for the 2015 Indian Premier League. Muttiah Muralitharan has been signed on as the bowling coach and mentor of the ...
 MSN News1 week ago
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