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World's first transgender doll to feature at New York Toy Fair World's first transgender doll to feature at New York Toy Fair

The Jazz Jennings doll comes 40 years after the release of the "Gay Bob" doll, widely thought to be the first doll based on a gay character


Film festival kicks off at Teacher-Students Centre of DU Film festival kicks off at DU

The festival marking February, the month made immortal by the Language Movement of 1952


Grammy Awards to include first-ever transgender ‘trophy girl’ Grammy Awards to include first-ever transgender ‘trophy girl’

The change isn’t made to be provocative or buck convention, he added, but to acknowledge that “music’s universal power lies in its spirit of inclusio


Hundreds of children throng Ekushey book fair on Thursday Children galore in Ekushey book fair on Thursday

Holding parents’ hands, a large number of children roam around and browse books of their choice at the Children's Corners


Ayub Bachchu all set to rock ICCB audience on Valentine’s Day Ayub Bachchu all set to rock ICCB audience

Styled Fizzup Valentine Music Bash 2017, Eventales Ltd is arranging the concert at International Convention City Bashaundhara that after noon


IGCC to host Hindustani classical music evening Saturday IGCC to host Hindustani classical music evening Saturday

Anil Kumar Saha learnt Hindustani classical music in India under Ustad A Daud Khan, one of the greatest vocalists of Kirana Gharana


Five of the best climate-change novels Five of the best climate-change novels

From the dystopias of Cormac McCarthy and Margaret Atwood to a ‘biopunk’ thriller and a teen comedy – these are some of the best stories


Kailash Satyarthi's Nobel Prize replica stolen Kailash Satyarthi's Nobel Prize replica stolen

Satyarthi's son, Bhuvan Ribhu, says the theft occurred Monday night while his father and mother were on a visit to Panama


Princess Diana’s rare picture to feature as UK magazine’s cover Princess Diana’s rare pic to feature as UK mag’s cover

The rare photo was first published in the Harper’s Bazaar in December 1995 on the occasion of her visit to the United States


Assamese dancers enthral audience in Dhaka Assamese dancers enthral audience in Dhaka

The much-applauded dance performance depicted all the eight Rasas discussed in Bharata Muni’s Natya Shastra


Black Sabbath bow out in Birmingham with final concert Black Sabbath plays final concert

The two-hour gig at the NEC Arena in their home city of Birmingham saw the rock veterans play 15 songs ending with their first hit, Paranoid


Louvre reopens 24 hours after machete attack Louvre reopens 24 hours after machete attack

Art lovers return to the Louvre in Paris on Saturday, 24 hours after a soldier shot a machete-wielding attacker at the museum


JK Rowling hits back over threats to burn Harry Potter books JK Rowling hits back over threats to burn Harry Potter books

Some followers take umbrage with her stance, with several saying they have burned her books and one suggesting she “should stay out of politics”


Book fair attracts large number of visitors on day two Book fair attracts large number of visitors

With huge enthusiasm, thousands of visitors of all ages flocked to different stalls and pavilions to find out books of their beloved writers Thursday


Visitors throng Ekushey book fair Visitors throng Ekushey book fair

Thousands of visitors of all ages flocked to the Amar Ekushey Granthamela- 2017 that began Wednesday…

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