DOT Desk: At the time of Falguni’s pregnancy, she was advised not to eat dark chocolate. Some of her relatives stressed that the caffeine in chocolate would be harmful for her and some said it would influence the baby’s complexion. Even though Falguni had a sweet tooth, she somehow controlled herself.
 Later, a few of her eldery relatives suggested her not to eat any kind of dark food. She was about to quit coffee and dates too but she was in doubt. However, she was living in village back then and was not in constant touch with any expert. Falguni was at a loss, feeling confused and pressured with groundless opinions and comments on many things. So, she decided to make herself educated and started reading features on internet from well-known websites. One fine day, in her suggestion list, she found a Bangla feature that was informative, reasonable and helpful.
“I was surprised to find such an informative feature in Bangla. And because of the language, it did not create any unnecessary confusion. I looked into their website for more information and found many articles covering a wide range of issues from pregnancy to parenting difficulties,” shared Falguni Islam, executive of Panjeree publications Ltd.