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New courses at Pathshala
PATHSHALA South Asian Media Academy is launching four intensive courses in television producing, camera, editing and multimedia journalism for those who seek employment in television and multimedia.

Pathshala now offers intensive training conducted by renowned foreign and local trainers, on Broadcast and Multimedia Journalism for media professionals in partnership with Drik and Goethe Institute Bangladesh.

Interested individuals must have an interest in Broadcast and Multimedia Journalism; an ability to communicate in English, both written and spoken; a minimum Bachelor's degree and good writing skills in Bangla (for Producing and Multimedia) and minimum Higher Secondary Certificate/Advanced level (for Camera and Editing).

Upcoming courses and deadline for application: Multimedia Journalism (30 April); Video Editing (20 May); Camera on location for News and Documentary (25 May); Producing News and Documentary for TV (10 June).

Contact: Pathshala South Asian Media Academy, Duranta Biplob (Coordinator), 16 Sukrabad, Panthapath, Dhaka. #9136895 (10 am-5 pm); duranta.biplob@pathshala.net Application form at: www.pathshala.net

The scent of a woman
PRESTIGE Bengal has just enriched the perfume wares of Dhaka, to the delight of the city's perfume lovers. In an elegant launching ceremony held at the Floor 6 café in Banani Road #11, the next big thing in Dhaka's perfume landscape was unveiled on the afternoon of April 21, in the form of Si Lolita, a new fragrance line from the house of Lolita Lempicka, the famous French fashion designer.

The fragrance, which is marketed as the “Scent of happiness”, is one inspired by the vivacity of nature. The top note dazzles with the spicy freshness of bergamot, mandarin and pink berries. The spiciness is muted in the middle notes of sweet pea, gillyflower and heliotrope, while the base notes are enhanced by a touch of elemi, patchouli, tonka bean and amber.

The bottle is artistic and tinged with romance. In the shape of the talisman of the four-leaf clover, but with hearts replacing the leaves in artistic curves and arches, the bottle is sure to attract those with a weakness for the finer things in life.

The perfume was introduced to the press by Sabrina Sarkar, the brand manager for Prestige Bengal. Si Lolita will be available in ranges of 80ml and 50ml bottles at Prestige Bengal's showroom Paris Parfums. So, for men looking for gifts for their better halves, these olfactory delights will not go amiss.

By STS

 

 
 

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