Nafis Imtiaz Onish | The Daily Star
  • Nafis Imtiaz Onish

  • An Escape

    Navid shivered. Drops of cold sweat trickled down his forehead. The marble bench felt colder than death. He agitatedly tapped his fingers on his knees. “How long have I been sitting here?” he wondered. He glanced at the bruise on his wrist where his watch used to be.
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    Admission test — the one ominous exam standing between you and your dream university, a test more gruesome than the Twelve Labours of Hercules. Admission tests can be highly challenging not only due to the sudden leap in difficulty, but also since your result directly reflects on the undergraduate programme you choose and the path your life takes thereafter.
  • Life lessons you get as a finance major

    Upon reaching my senior year of university, I was naturally tasked with the ordeal of selecting my major. While making the decision, I realised selecting a major is very much like committing to an arranged marriage — you barely know what you are getting into and you basically have to make the decision based on a vague idea of what might transpire.
  • Take the Plaantik

    Football is the author of Cinderella stories; whether it is Iceland reaching the quarter finals in the Euros and qualifying for the World Cup or Gabriel Jesus going from painting streets only four years ago to spearheading the Brazilian national team's attack on the biggest stage, football has its own unique way of amusing people with tales of joy. We have our very own version of such a success story today, the story of “Plaantik”.
  • Play away the puzzles

    If you are someone who loves wasting countless hours figuring out solutions to challenging puzzles, “Brain It On!” should be on your to-play list. Orbital Nine Games brings a super minimalistic game that combines the laws of basic physics with a really simple game design yet manages to provide with countless hours of fun.