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Travel Like a Pro: Get Your Online Visa for Asia

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One of the best things about traveling in our times is that you can now apply for your tourist visas online instead of visiting…

Of a Starry Starry Night

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Change is a beautiful phenomenon- at least that’s how I like to think of it. It is alive and constant and this makes it…

Grameen Bank Bangladesh: Meeting Comilla Begum

Grameen Bank Bangladesh Series: Meeting Comilla Begum

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This post is part of a series, based on my experiences as an intern at the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh in Feb-March 2012. I…

Grameen Bank: A Week in rural Bangladesh

Grameen Bank Bangladesh Series: A week in rural Bangladesh

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This post is part of a series, based on my experiences as an intern at the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh in Feb-March 2012. I…

Seven Layered Tea in Bangladesh: Read to know more about this one-of-a-kind tea in Bangladesh

A Coffee Lover’s Affair with Seven Layered Tea

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I had strictly been a coffee lover all my life. That was until I discovered tea in Bangladesh on my recent trip for an…

First Impressions: My Solo Travels to Dhaka, Bangladesh

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Bangladesh is the most densely populated country in the world. The city of Dhaka is infamous for its chaotic crowds and traffic. I had…

Rickshaw driver in Dhaka

Cycle Rickshaws in Bangladesh: Heroes of the Roads

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Dhaka has the craziest traffic I have ever seen- a real test of your patience and determination to get to wherever it is you’re…

The Dhaka Rickshaw driver in a James Bond movie

The Dhaka Rickshaw driver in a James Bond movie

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The auto rickshaw (or CNG as they are popularly called) drivers in Dhaka are a crazy, adventurous bunch. Make no mistake, having lived in…

An Introduction to Microcredit and the Grameen Bank Bangladesh

An Introduction to Microcredit and the Grameen Bank Bangladesh

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This post is the first in a series, based on my experiences as an intern at the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh in Feb-March 2012….