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Anti-corruption cartoon and photography exhibit underway
Exhibition

Anti-corruption cartoon and photography exhibit underway

A cartoon and photography exhibition with the theme of anti-corruption is currently underway at the capital's Zainul Gallery (Faculty of Fine Arts, Dhaka University) as part of Transparency International Bangladesh's (TIB) continuing efforts to engage the youth in raising awareness to say no to corruption.

Poppy to play double role in her next
Dhallywood

Poppy to play double role in her next

Three-time National Film Award winning actress Poppy has signed on to work in a new film titled “Turn”. Helmed by Shahidul Haque Khan, an enthused Poppy informed The Daily Star that there is much in store for the viewers in terms of her character and the

Stage play about Harijans in M'Singh
Theatre

Stage play about Harijans in M'Singh

A play about the life and struggle of Harijans, a secluded caste of the Hindu community was brought on stage by Sareng Theatre, a prominent theatre troupe of Mymensingh over the past weekend.

Dilip Kumar turns 95 Bollywood

Dilip Kumar turns 95

For Bollywood legend and actor Dilip Kumar, it was the same time of the year today but with a difference.

U2 leads album top-chart with “Songs of Experience” Music

U2 leads album top-chart with “Songs of Experience”

Irish rock legends U2 achieves its eighth No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart, as the rock band's new “Songs of Experience” debuts atop the tally. The set bows with 186,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending December 7, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 180,000 were in traditional album sales.

“I, Tonya” soars in opening weekend News Bytes

“I, Tonya” soars in opening weekend

Margot Robbie-starrer “I, Tonya” has launched with an impressive $245,602 at four locations in one of the strongest platform openings of the year.

Bengal Classical Music Fest '17 from December 26-30 Music

Bengal Classical Music Fest '17 from December 26-30

The sixth edition of the Bengal Classical Music Festival is finally happening, from December 26-30 at the capital's Abahani Field, organisers Bengal Foundation announced at a press conference yesterday.

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