Disaster in Bangladesh: Savar Tragedy

Disaster in Bangladesh: Rags in the ruins

A tragedy shows the need for a radical improvement of building standards IT WAS South Asia’s worst industrial accident since the Bhopal disaster of 1984, when a gas leak killed at ... Continue Reading →
Savar Tragedy, Bangladesh on telegraph

Bangladeshi disaster: What price those £10 chinos now? [telegraph]

Primark, Bonmarché and Western consumers must take a share of the responsibility for the deaths in the Bangladeshi clothing factory Some of humanity’s daily tragedies stand out ... Continue Reading →

Pipilika: First-ever Bangla search engine inaugurated

The first-ever Bangla Internet search engine – pipilika.com – went into operation here on Saturday, just ahead of Bangla New Year 1420. The search engine will help find out any ... Continue Reading →

Coffee and qahwa: How a drink for Arab mystics went global

The Arab world has given birth to many thinkers and many inventions – among them the three-course meal, alcohol and coffee. The best coffee bean is still known as Arabica, but ... Continue Reading →
Drink coconut water

Drink Coconut Water for Glowing Skin

Skin texture is a hereditary process, that resembles the color tone of the parents or fore fathers. But, nevertheless, skin can be improved if maintained with care, no matter how dull ... Continue Reading →

Hefajat Demands

1. Reinstate the phrase “Absolute trust and faith in the Almighty Allah” in the constitution as one of the fundamental principles of state policy 2. Pass a law providing for capital ... Continue Reading →
Conservation Pays Off for Bangladeshi Factories

Conservation Pays Off for Bangladeshi Factories [The New York Times Report]

DHAKA, Bangladesh — At the factories of DBL Group, one of the largest Bangladeshi textile and garment makers, tons of fluffy imported cotton are spun into yarn every day, then transformed ... Continue Reading →
Wasfia conquers Europe’s top peak

Wasfia Conquers Europe’s Top Peak

Wasfia Nazreen, the second Bangladeshi woman to conquer Mount Everest, yesterday reached the peak of Mount Elbrus, the highest mountain in Europe, which stands at 5,642 metres. After ... Continue Reading →
Google picks 8,000 to test net-connected glasses

Google picks 8,000 to test net-connected glasses

SAN FRANCISCO, Mar 27, AP: Google has picked 8,000 people in the U.S. who will have a chance to wear the company’s new Internet-connected glasses, which are being described as ... Continue Reading →
Bangladesh Independence Day 2013

First ever Google Doodle for Bangladesh on Independence Day 2013

So awesome to see what Google did on their homepage to celebrate Bangladesh’s Independence Day 2013! Check it out: google.com.bd , the Google Doodle for Bangladesh. This is the ... Continue Reading →