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Digital mental health services to rebuild inclusiveness

A dialogue session on mental healthcare was organized at the liaison office of Begum Rokeya University, Rangpur on Thursday. The program was facilitated by Dr. Wazed Research and Training Institute, Begum Rokeya University, Rangpur, Digital Healthcare Foundation, Dhaka, Eminence, Bangladesh and Western Sydney University, Australia. Professor Dr. Shuchita Sharmin, Department of Development Studies, University of Dhaka, presented her keynote paper in today’s healthcare dialogue. She mentioned that mental well-being is a fundamental component of WHO’s definition of “health”. While SDG 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing for all at all ages- talks about

Raagi to hit overseas market

Bangladeshi film 'Raagi' Directed by Mizanur Rahman Mizan and starring Abir-Achal duo is going to make a highest record in the field of export. The film 'Raagi' one of the action comedy film was produced by Jakiya Jaya under the banner of Ashtha Katha Chitra. However, The Tan Tan Films Co.,Ltd is the international distributor of this film. Castings of this films were various renowned actors such as, Star Famous Artist Moon Moon, Shatabdi Wadud, Shakil, Marup Aquib and Moumita Starred. A Chinese company has expressed (International Film Procurement office in Singapore) interest in buying the rights of Movie Raagi for online platform by pay off USD 200,000.00. The company has approximately 10 million over subscribers in the asia regional including China. They release motions picture fi...

493 Bangladeshis in India with Tabligh team

Tabligh headquarters at Nizamuddin (Delhi) is set to call back all the foreign Tabligh teams, who spread over the hinterland of India for Tabligh Jamaat, to send them back to their respective countries.

The decision came following most of the attendees of Delhi Nizamuddin Mar...

Economy under threat due to COVID 19

The World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared the corona-virus (COVID-19) outbreak a global pandemic on 11 March, which has now spread to 170 countries & territories and infected over 330,000 people. This number does not adequately show the scale and magnitude  of this global crisis, which not only related to public health but also the health of the global economy.