Mastering the right collar for yourself involves understanding the geometry of your face and neck. If you have an oval face, you would want to balance the shape out by wearing a ‘spread out’ collar. Wearing a collar which is long and pointed down would give the impression of an elongated face.
When I moved to Dhaka and was invited to a yogilates’ class, I did not know what to expect, but after the very first class with Shazia Omar, I knew I had found something I needed.
As a bookworm, I cannot tell you how incredibly happy it made me feel to finally see a favourite murder mystery on stage in Dhaka on the eve of 25 July, at the National Hall, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy.
In Kerala sits the idyllic port city of Kochi, the bustling and ever thriving capital and tourism hub of a region famed for beaches, forests, and backwater lagoons. The landscape of Kochi remains scattered with lagoons, far entrenched greenery and places of
A retired high official from a bank, Md Mahbubul Haq, can often be seen in a hurry to reach his class. He has been attending a short course on Graphic Design for the last three months. “During my long career as a banker, I was never late for my work. So, it is the
Addiction is a bio-psycho-social disease, meaning genetic predisposition interacts with certain social and psychological factors to manifest the disease, which could otherwise have remained dormant for the rest of someone’s life.
Living room décor is no longer the stiff and by the book styling taken off a magazine, but of course, there is a great distinction between a helter-skelter mess and a strategically casual setup.
“It is a lovely thing we have, the animal instinct,” went the popular song from the ‘90s by The Cranberries.
But there is more to wall art than just beauty. For starters, art is a universally accepted way of people sharing their thoughts and feelings. It is a unique form of dialogue through which people share ideas and impressions without primarily using spoken language.
Breast cancer is the number one cancer among women in the world. In Singapore, 2000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year. Early detection through screening, however, can improve chances of survival.