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  • Guests, award winners and organisers pose for a photograph at the award giving ceremony at National Museum Auditorium. — Ali Hossain Mintu

  • Ayub Bachchu, right, and Elita Karim peroform at the show.

  • A scene from Naibadya premiered at the Studio Theatre Hall of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy on Friday. — Ali Hossain Mintu.

  • Artworks on display at Rabindra Sarabar by UK and Bangladeshi school students featuring rivers of the world. — New Age photo

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Dhaka International Film Festival ends

Guests, award winners and organisers pose for a photograph at the award giving ceremony at National Museum Auditorium. — Ali Hossain Mintu
The jury this year also failed to select the best film out of 23 entries of the main competition section of the 13th Dhaka International Film Festival that ended in the National Museum auditorium on Saturday. Like the previous edition held in 2012, the organisers... Full story

LRB moves audience with Blues

Ayub Bachchu, right, and Elita Karim peroform at the show.
The popular band LRB moved the audience presenting their hit numbers in the pure western Blues style on Friday at the Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre in Gulshan. They also presentenced new numbers tuned in Blues at the gig. Guest artiste Dilshad... Full story

Natyaprasash premieres Naibadya

A scene from Naibadya premiered at the Studio Theatre Hall of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy on Friday. — Ali Hossain Mintu.
Natyaprayash staged the premiere show of its latest production Naibadya on Friday at the Studio Theatre Hall of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy. Written by Shyamol Chandra and directed by Golam Sarwar, the play glorifies humanism depicting a touching... Full story

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Children’s artworks display rivers of the world

Artworks on display at Rabindra Sarabar by UK and Bangladeshi school students featuring rivers of the world. — New Age photo
A spectacular four-day exhibition of artworks featuring the rivers of the world by school students of Bangladesh and England is going on at the Dhaka Art Centre in Dhanmondi. All the four days of the exhibition are accompanied with music performances by various... Full story

American Hustle and Gravity vie for Oscars

Con drama American Hustle and space movie Gravity lead this year’s Oscar nominations with 10 nods each, reports BBC online. American Hustle was shortlisted in all four acting categories for its stars Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Bradley... Full story

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Exhibition Gravity-Free World By: A Rahman Time: 12pm to 8pm Date: January 18-31 Venue: Bengal Shilpalay Dhanmondi... Full story


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