During International Women’s Day 2017, Save the Children launched a campaign called #GirlChampions to celebrate the contribution of six girls all around the globe. These girls played an exceptional role in women’s empowerment in their respective countries and also working hard to establish women’s rights. Moni Begum of Sylhet was selected to represent not only Bangladesh but of Asia in this campaign. Sheikh Sadaf Tasin writes about Moni Begum’s journey as girl champion….
Famous realist painters such as Gustave Courbet, Edouard Manet, James Whistler, Jules Breton had to face harsh criticisms for breaking the conventional form of art. They were famous for presenting unadorned subject matters as they realistically avoided artifice. They were not allowed to organise exhibitions, so they had to publish their paintings on their own. This was in the 1850’s. Things have changed now…
Nibras Bin Sayed finds out how startup entrepreneur Rafi Mustafa has forgone the lure of lucrative jobs abroad and returned to Bangladesh to build two different businesses ‘Follow your heart ’is the most important mantra for Rafi Mustafa, a young entrepreneur of two start-up ventures, namely ‘ZuumZuum’ and ‘Tripooly’. Rafi adopted the mantra from his father at a young age […]
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