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Abul Momen, Fahim Hossain get 'Rabindra Award-2018' Abul Momen, Fahim Hossain get 'Rabindra Award-2018'

Abul Momen gets the award in recognition to his researches on Tagore


Tagore enriches Bangla language, literature: NHRC Chairman Tagore enriches Bangla language, literature: NHRC Chairman

Speakers say Tagore's deep sense of love and feelings for the nature inspired him to compose and encourage the backward section of the society


Rabindranath Tagore's birth anniversary being celebrated Tagore's birth anniv being celebrated

President Md Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina pay rich tributes to Biswakabi on the eve of his 157 th birth anniversary


Tagore’s 157th birth anniversary Tuesday Tagore’s 157th birth anniversary Tuesday

FM Abul Maal Abdul Muhith will be present as the chief guest while Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu will attend as the special guest at the event


Junot Diaz: US author quits festival after sex harassment claim US author Diaz accused of sex harassment

The author, who won the Pulitzer for his book The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, wrote an article describing how he was raped as a child


Egypt moves last chariot of King Tut to new museum Egypt moves last chariot of King Tut to new museum

Egypt moves the sixth and last chariot of famed pharaoh Tutankhamun on Saturday


Nobel literature prize will not be awarded this year Academy turmoil delays Nobel prize

The academy says it will now announce the 2018 winner along with the 2019 winner next year


Over 80 winners ‘refuse’ to receive NFA from Union Ministers Over 80 winners ‘refuse’ to receive NFA from Union Ministers

The filmmakers and artistes from across the country have written a letter to express that they feel "dejected rather than honoured" for their work


10 interesting facts about the legendary filmmaker 10 interesting facts about the legendary filmmaker

No wonder, acclaimed filmmakers like Christopher Nolan call Ray’s first film Pather Panchali one of the best films in the history of filmmaking



Ariana Grande gives comeback interview and says album will 'bring light' Ariana Grande wants to 'bring light'

She wants to "bring light" to our lives with her new album in her first interview since last year's Manchester attack


China bans Peppa Pig to combat 'negative influence' of foreign ideologies China bans Peppa Pig to combat 'negative influence' of foreign ideologies

Chinese media says the British cartoon "Peppa Pig" has become a "subversive" icon for slackers and anti-social young people


Saudis embrace Americana at Royal Rumble Saudis embrace Americana at Royal Rumble

A mixed-gender audience is still a novelty in the land of Islam's holiest sites


Picasso painting with 25,000 owners on show in Geneva Picasso painting with 25,000 owners on show in Geneva

It won't hang on the wall in their living rooms, but they own it nonetheless: 25,000 strangers banded together to buy a Pablo Picasso painting


Rabindra-Nazrul Jayanti celebrated in Hague Rabindra-Nazrul Jayanti celebrated in Hague

The programme is held in the Gandhi Centre of The Hague on Saturday, renowned Rabindra Sangeet singer Kaderi Kibria and Pranja Bhattacharya perform


Burning Man founder Larry Harvey dies aged 70 Burning Man festival founder dies

He was a landscape gardener, a philosopher, a visionary, a wit, a writer, an inspiration, an instigator, a mentor

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