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Myths About Dreams Debunked Myths About Dreams Debunked

Dreams mainly occur in the rapid-eye movement (REM) stage of sleep—when brain activity is high and resembles that of being awake


Glass bangles make them empowered Glass bangles make them empowered

This small street business gives economic empowerment to many poor but energetic and courageous women


Belgium's 'fairytale' bluebell forest victim of own beauty Belgium's 'fairytale' bluebell forest victim of own beauty

At the start of spring the tall beech trees are still bare enough to let enough sunlight reach the forest floor and allow the flowers to bloom


London library makes World War II war crimes searches easier Holocaust denial just got a little harder

People will still have to visit the library in London or the US Holocaust Museum to read the actual files


No End To Farmers’ Cry No End To Farmers’ Cry

There are about 1.26 million hectares of cultivated lands in seven Haor districts, of which 66% falls under Haor area


Govts unable to meet growing higher education demand: UNESCO "Govts unable to meet growing higher education demand"

International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) reveals that the number of university level students doubled to 207 million during 2000-2014


Mother, daughter at helm of global event Mother, daughter at helm of global event

This rare incident take place in Thimphu as Sheikh Hasina chaired while Saima Wazed moderated the same function on autism


10,000 students to get cyber awareness training 10,000 students to get cyber awareness training

The government has decided to give training on cyber security to around 10,000 girl students from 40 schools across the country


Bus Crisis in City: Commuters’ sufferings mount Bus Crisis in City: Commuters’ sufferings mount

It seems like an undeclared transport strike since Sunday morning as a section of owners kept their buses off the streets


India fourth-worst country in the world for religious violence India fourth-worst country in the world for religious violence

Pew Research Center analysis of 198 countries ranks India, the the country of 1.3 billion, as fourth worst in the world for religious intolerance


Pahela Baishakh fervour goes beyond border Pahela Baishakh fervour goes beyond border

The five-km border between boundary pillar 744 and sub-pillar 7 turns into a human sea for several hours with the gathering of Bangla-speaking people


The Cultural Heritage Of Bangladesh The Cultural Heritage Of Bangladesh

Like all other traditional occasions Bangalis love to celebrate Pahela Baishakh or Bangla New Year in a festive manner


Thinking Beyond Decoration Thinking Beyond Decoration

Flowers are the queens of nature. They are majestic, beautiful and bright


Kalboishakis storms a threat to South Asia Kalboishakis storms a threat to South Asia

Severe storms, known as Kalboishakis, bring lightning, flooding and even tornadoes to parts of India and Bangladesh


Road in New Delhi named after Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Road in Delhi named after Bangabandhu

Narendra Modi and Sheikh Hasina on Saturday jointly open the name plaque of the road which was earlier known as Park Street near Connaught Place

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