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  • “ATM booth” for fresh water in Dhaka

    To address clean water crisis in some pockets in Dhaka, WASA introduces a fresh water booth in Fakirapool area with the idea of dispensing fresh water to customers.

  • Interactive multimedia: Gulshan café attack and its aftermath

    Here is a presentation of law enforcer's crackdown on militancy across Bangladesh since the Gulshan cafe attack on July 1, 2016. After the country's first ever hostage killing incident at Holey Artisan Bakery, these anti-militancy operations were carried out following a zero tolerance stance of the government.

  • Remembering Faraaz Hossain

    Faraaz’s mother Simeen Hossain and his brother Zaraif Hossain share with us Faraaz’s memories, and his exemplary story of courage and humanity. Twenty- year old Faraaz Ayaaz Hossain sacrificed his life for his friends Abinta Kabir and Tarishi Jain during the Holey Artisan Bakery attack on July 1, 2016, in which 22 innocent people were killed.

  • Mirsharai waterfalls

    Tourist destination: 4 waterfalls of Mirsharai

    Even two years ago the Napittyachora village in Mirsharai upazila of Chittagong was rarely visited by outsiders. But now, several hundred tourists pay their visit on a daily basis.

  • Exclusive: Tete-e-tete with Nusraat Faria

    An actress who shot to fame after she was called up in West Bengal from Bangladesh, Nusrat Faria is a name that is all over the entertainment industry today.

  • Dhaka rain, sufferings in frames

    The rain inundates several areas of Dhaka city including Motijheel, Purana Paltan, Fakirapul, Arambagh and Rajarbagh areas causing sufferings for commuters.

  • Uncensored with Rafi Hossain : Is Apu’s marriage to Shakib working?

    Editor of Star Showbiz Rafi Hossain discusses with Apu how her affair with Shakib began, their marriage, why she suddenly appeared on TV along with their child and then how they are faring as a married couple

  • Deaths in hills: Why and how

    Hill cutting for illegal establishments is one of the key reasons behind the recent series of landslides in Rangamati, the worst in a decade that killed at least 120 people. Even after the landslides, many such dangerous and risky establishments have been found in the district.

  • Holidaymakers hit highways

    Amid growing concerns of tailbacks on highways, holidaymakers have started leaving the capital for homes to celebrate Eid with their loved ones, and the rush is expected to gain momentum today.

  • Making the ‘shitol pati’ of Pirojpur

    Locally known as “shitol pati”, the intricately woven mats are cool to the touch even during the scorching summer heat.

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