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     Volume 1 Issue 17 | December 3, 2006 |


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Educational institutes could be the heart of Telecenter

Mohammad Golam Nabi

Many of us believe that proper use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) can contribute significantly to our national development.

BRAC University's Annual Drama-Hirak Rajar Deshe

Nazia Ahmed

"Dori dhore maro taan! Raja hobe khaan khaan!", the famous line depicting the uprise of the people in Hirak Rajjo, and the statue shattering into pieces is Satyajit Ray's Famous scene from his creation Hirak Rajar Deshe.

An open letter to the politicians

Shamma M.Raghib

Dear politicians,
I am excited to let you know that I am lawfully a voter this year. But… I am already in a dilemma. Only you could help me solve this impasse. I do not know whom to vote for.

Rickshaws, not sports cars

Muhammad Eusha

The rickshaws that we see on the roads of Dhaka have essentially become a very important element of the lives of a wide range of people.

Celebrating Mondialogo Finalist

Subrata Kumar Das

On 23 November Birshrestha Munshi Abdur Rouf Rifles College celebrated its inclusion in the finalist of Mondialogo School Contest 2005-2006 in the college compound of Peelkhana, Dhaka.

An evening at the theatre

Sabreena Ahmed

As an English literature student we read the definition of drama as a “reflection of life”. Well, I would say for me drama is a place to vent my emotions.

The Ten Commandments for Bengali girls: Brace yourselves

By Shayera Moula

That's right ladies, it's here and it's in written form for the first time; so you better frame it up because following these commandments will make everyone proud of you.

Nobanno Utsab of Bengal

Tazmia Islam Nion

'Nabanno,' a traditional annual event marking the harvest of new crop, is celebrated with much fanfare and festive mood all over the country.

Strolling down memory lane

Yamin Tauseef Jahangir

The shrieking sound of the iron knob turned into an ear splitting crescendo as it protested hard when I tried to open the gate.

Thank you politicians

Arif Ashraf Nayan

Jatra is a part of our Bangali heritage and is considered as an important part of our Bangladeshi culture. The young metro generation only heard stories of the great Jatras that our elders experienced in the rural areas.

BUET Drama Society

Gazi Mostafa Huda

There can be no doubt BUET is the best educational institution in Bangladesh. BUET graduates have done some outstanding research and are doing prestigious jobs around the world.

Guidance To Read, And Beyond...

Tawsif Anam

Teaching is guidance, and, purely in its own territory, is a matter of devotion. Not only does it require patience but also unhindered continuity.

To teach is to touch a life forever

Saushan Rahman

Whoever said that good things never last long was so right. Let's take university life for example. I thought those would be the toughest four years of my life, and I wanted it to pass really fast.

Technology- a blessing or a curse?

Syed Sidrat Amin

As I write this article, I also hold in my hand my Sony Ericsson mobile and I wonder how technology has leaped, especially in the last three years.


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