The Dhaka Tribune is a Bangladeshi English-language compact newspaper published nationwide from the capital Dhaka. The publisher of the newspaper is K. Anis Ahmed, while Zafar Sobhan serves as the Editor.[2][3] Dhaka Tribune was first published on April 19, 2013 when Bangladesh due to the rise of a few radical forces was shaken and a series of propaganda campaign was launched by a few far-right media against the progressive population of the country.[4]

Dhaka Tribune represents the progressive population of the country and its editorial policy is characterised as a liberal one and supports equal gender rights in Bangladesh.[5]

The motto of the newspaper is The news you want. No more, no less. On the additional hand, the initial marketing campaign Glad to be a Bangladeshi was changed to I am made in Bangladesh.[6]

The newspaper, however, started as a broadsheet, and became a tabloid on March 1, 2015.[7] Some of its regular supplements TMAG, Avenue T were subsequently merged with T-Junction after the change. Other notable supplements include Weekend Tribune, Arts & Letters and Treehouse. Notwithstanding Arts & Letters was discontinued after December, 2014.

Dhaka Tribune is owned by 2A Media Limited, a concern of Awami League leader Kazi Nabil Ahmed's Gemcon Group.