| July 31st, 2007

* towards a gender friendly workspace

From Our Archive: The Days have changed, they say. Gone are the days when Bangladeshi girls were groomed from childhood to be able to impress their in laws in future. They were trained to be a versatile chef, an expert in stitching and sewing and sometimes a talented singer. Today Bangladeshi parents have become more […]

| July 19th, 2007

* acc women’s tournament 2007: bangladesh wins

Tigress Roar! Player of the Tournament: Panna Ghosh (Bangladesh) Wicket-keeper of the Tournament: Mina Khatun (Bangladesh) Bangladesh overpowered Nepal by eight wickets to win the inaugural ACC Women’s Tournament in Johor Bahru. “It’s a victory for the whole nation and the cricket system,” said their captain Tajkia Akhtar. more

| July 9th, 2007

* popular bangla rhymes: how appropriate they are?

From Our Archive: Since my little girl was born I made a pledge that I will make sure she can learn Bangla language and culture very well even though she will be growing up in the US. Now as a 3-yr old, she can speak fluent Bangla, enjoys bangla music and has even become a […]

| July 2nd, 2007

* a dark truth

The following post is written by our reader and participant Himadri Ahsan. When Rabeya came out into the yard carrying tea for the guests, without lifting her eyes she could feel the eyes set on her creamy dark skin so prominent against the synthetic creme sari that had not lost its magnificent paleness in 12 […]


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Adhunika blog is launched with a mission to share knowledge among women from every walk of life. Sometime it would be in the form of sharing experience to find a feasible solution of a problem; sometime it would be in the form of professional consultation, which Adhunika group will arrange for its bloggers. Nevertheless, the intent of this blog always remains the same - to help and empower women through a common web-based platform....read more



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