When you roam the streets of Dhaka, you are bound to come across one of the most beloved Bengali traditional street delicacies – the ‘tong er cha’. Actually, an innumerable number of such stalls will become visible to your line of sight if you undertake a trek through the entire country.
People are desperately waiting for the day everything would go back to normal and we can all meet one another or even go on trips together.
The Queen usually spends her actual birthday with her family and there are gun-salutes in different parts of England, but this time it was cancelled for the first time in her 68 years of reign due to the ongoing pandemic.
Increasing number of people are becoming victims of cybercrimes. It ranges from hurtful comments to death threats. Even celebrities like Emma Watson, Taylor Swift, Adele, and even 16-year-old Millie Bobby Brown are cyberbullied from time to time. And it isn’t a gender specific issue as Ed Sheeran, Zayn Malik, and Justin Bieber faced it too.
Thousands of weddings around the globe got cancelled due to restrictions of large crowds as that is where the virus is likely to spread the most and the fastest. However, couples are now resorting to smaller weddings or even digital ones, with full protection for the safety of themselves as well as those around them.
Siam Ahmed shares us his experience of this Eid and how he's passing hos time in this quarantine.
From living in the sky to being pulled down to ground, from crossing about 6 time zones to experiencing time stand still, is a transition Hebrew to all but the pilots.
From living in the sky to being pulled down to ground, from crossing about 6 timezones to experiencing time stand still, is a transition Hebrew to all but the pilots.
In the month of Ramadan, almost all Muslims pray Tarawee even though it is sunnah (optional), not fard (mandatory). Usually, Tarawee prayers are done at the mosque, but due to the pandemic, Muslims are adamant to pray at home, and they’d pray every night of Ramadan as there are many virtues
Facebook is partnering up with CNN International to bring forth a 10-part series called ‘Together Apart: Stories of Ramadan’ on how Muslims are observing Ramadan during the COVID-19 pandemic. Each episode would be 5-6 minutes long with different highlights every week, such as family, spirituality, hope and wellness, etc.