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Glow with Skinic

Glow with Skinic

by Rummana Ferdous Fagun We all want to look flawless. There are a few ways to improve your appearance but nourishing your skin and hair is the primary one. Natural remedies might not help everyone and in such a case taking medical help can be an option. Though medical skin treatment isn’t as sought after as beauty parlours in Bangladesh, […]

April 20, 2018 · 0 comments · REVIEW
Thalabashon: Fancy Fix for your dining table

Thalabashon: Fancy Fix for your dining table

by Tehreen Islam FACED with a choice between the survival of the planet and a new set of matching tableware, most people would choose the tableware.’ — George Monbiot Dinnerware has always been an important part of every household; from unstylish necessity for everyday to a special, collectible item that is only meant for guests. Nowadays, we make a considerable […]

April 12, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · REVIEW
The HolyCrab: Taste of Louisiana seafood

The HolyCrab: Taste of Louisiana seafood

by Alvee Khan The Holy Crab Bangladesh, located in Gulshan-1, boasts itself on being the first Louisiana style seafood restaurant of the country. It is the branch of an international food chain based in Indonesia. The Dhaka branch was launched on June 16, 2017. Upon entering, a sincere crew welcomes you to the world of tasty crustaceans. The restaurant is […]

March 22, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · REVIEW
The Moon Jumping: a tale of patience and friendship

The Moon Jumping: a tale of patience and friendship

by Tajnim Imami The young Bangladeshi author Sabrina Karim’s The Moon Jumping is a delightful little children’s book that bravely takes on the struggles of friends and foes, victory and loss, triumph and sacrifice, all under the guise of fantasy. The protagonist, a young boy named Sammy, meets the kind and confident bull Moo at his window one night and […]

March 15, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · REVIEW
Biskut factory: Factory of colours

Biskut factory: Factory of colours

by Rummana Ferdous Fagun Biskut Factory has been the talk of the town for quite a while now mostly because of their eccentric designs and a whim for smearing colour onto everything. From trunks to ukulele they have showed that anything can be brought to life if you have the right vision. Got a surprise there, didn’t you? Biskut Factory […]

March 8, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · REVIEW
Naari by Shwapno life: for the women of today

Naari by Shwapno life: for the women of today

by Tehreen Islam There are many of us who can’t decide if everyday fashion should be comfortable or trendy. Sometimes trendy clothes become uncomfortable for day to day wear and focusing on comfort makes us look like plain Jane. The good news is that day to day wear has come a long way in recent years. Not only are there […]

March 1, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · REVIEW
FRIEND’S BOOK CORNER: a nook for literature enthusiasts

FRIEND’S BOOK CORNER: a nook for literature enthusiasts

IN BANGLADESH, getting your hands on original or quality products is a mammoth task. It becomes even more difficult when it comes to a pre requisite like books. It leaves the people who truly value books in a state of constant tumult while searching throughout the city or pre-ordering through Facebook pages, a new trend. For the avid readers and […]

February 22, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · REVIEW
Amlaki: Go organic

Amlaki: Go organic

by Rummana Ferdous Fagun WHAT IS AMLAKI? Well other than the fruit it’s the name of a company that brings herbal and completely organic beauty products to your doorstep. The name is ‘Amlaki’ because of the rich amount of vitamins and minerals contained by amlaki, it is one of the most nutritional foods which can help keep your skin and […]

February 15, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · REVIEW
Ekushey February our glorious past

Ekushey February our glorious past

by Tehreen Islam FEBRUARY 21 is the day which reminds us of the supreme sacrifice of the martyrs of the language movement in 1952. It is an event that reflects our inspiration and dignity as a nation. It established us as the only nation in the globe which is named after its language and it has been more significant by […]

February 15, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · REVIEW
Valentine’s Day: Love is in the air

Valentine’s Day: Love is in the air

by Tehreen Islam WHEN you see that the shops across the city are stacking love cards, everything heart shaped and red, teddy bears with cute messages – you just know what the reason is. It can only mean that Valentine’s Day is fast approaching. Valentine`s Day is that panicky time of year when we all like to prove that we […]

February 8, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · REVIEW

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