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I was on my rooftop to capture the moon at its glory. I use a Nikon D800. The camera was set to Braketing for 5 frames.
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Tenant farmers cannot reap the benefit of a wider access to bank loans due to a lack of advisory and training services from the government.
Aiming to raise $1 million for Bangladesh's underprivileged slum children, a Portuguese woman ran seven 50-kilometre ultra-marathons in seven continents in less than seven weeks since January's end this year.
A Bangladesh court sent the country's second most senior opposition leader to jail on Sunday, a prosecutor said, a move set to trigger renewed protests in the politically volatile nation.
Creativity, fortunately, has still not been declared a property of the rich and wealthy.
In Kolkata last week, it was reminiscences on music, indeed on old songs, that some of my friends and I went into.
Strategy analysts yesterday said the country's intelligence agencies had failed to respond appropriately in times of crises on several occasions in the past and called for creation of an apex body to coordinate intelligence efforts.
There was a sleepy little town named Dacca once upon a time. The roads were narrow, with rows of date palms and mango trees on either side of them.
Artists perform at a colourful cultural programme after a seminar on Bangladesh-China business outlook, organised by HSBC and the Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Bangladesh, at Radisson Hotel in Dhaka on Friday.
The process to begin paying compensation to the victims of the Rana Plaza collapse is less than two weeks away, but only seven of the 28 international brands linked to garment factories in the building have contributed to a fund.
'I did not take leaving my full-time job lightly. I recognized that it was a huge risk.
The seed fund is investing an undisclosed amount in ChalDal , an online grocery site based in Dhaka and founded last year by Waseem Alim, Tejas Viswanath and Zia Ashraf.
Like many before it, struggling retailer American Apparel 's latest campaign has stirred plenty of controversy.
A Bangladeshi man who for decades walked daily from dawn to dusk in the capital Dhaka, trailed by believers of his supposed healing powers, died on Thursday, police said.