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     Volume 2 Issue 90 | October 19, 2008|


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Grooming Goes Corporate with BAT Bangladesh

Star Campus desk

When you think of leaders, grooming is probably the farthest thing from your mind. But every successful leader, at one point of time, must have been groomed under the tutelage of an individual or an organisation.

Open source software:
Good bye to digital divide

Md. Anwarul Kabir

The technological development has the sharp impact on formation of social order, social relationships and sociological discourse.

Hampi, the heaven that was carved out of stone

Sabiha Mahmud Sumi

A village situated in within the rocks of northern Karnataka state in India is the famous historical site of Hampi.

Agro-business Plan Competition:
A Search for New Talents

Kazi Fouzia Hossain

Bangladesh being an agro based economy, there are much potential in the agricultural sector.

Colourful Celebration of Prabarana Purnima

Sristi Barua

Wow! The long awaited day finally came. We were all waiting to celebrate Prabarana in a joyous mood.

IUPAP 3rd International Conference on Women
in Physics (ICWIP2008), Korea

Prof. Shamima K Choudhury of the Department of Physics, University of Dhaka participated in the IUPAP 3rd International Conference on Women in Physics (ICWIP2008) in Seoul, Korea.

Learning by Heart!

C. Z. Murshed

It's a gloomy day. Asif is sitting at a broken tea stall at the neighbourhood of some ten to fifteen skyscrapers.

No rickshaw on Road No. 32...why?

Rubaiyat Eshna

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman fought for the right of the people of Bangladesh during his entire life.

Objectives of education

Dr. Binoy Barman

I remember Satyajit Ray's famous film 'Hirak Rajar Deshey' which made two intriguingly conflicting comments on the consequence of education.

Building capacity for climate change and development:
An international centre in Bangladesh

Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) has been endowed with the prestigious and socio-beneficial opportunity to become the only national institution to collaborate with two other institutions of international repute,

Personal Music Players: Scientists Warn Of Health Risks From Exposure To Noise

Listening to personal music players at a high volume over a sustained period can lead to permanent hearing damage, according to an opinion of the EU Scientific Committee on Emerging and Newly Identified Health Risks (SCENIHR) released this week.

My experience at BNU

Musharrat A. Choudhury

Beacon House National University (BNU) is one of the most famous universities in Lahore, Pakistan.

Battle of Minds at SUST

Agnijita Gope Eshita

It was the morning of 23 September and the Business Administration Department of SUST saw an eventful gathering of students, teachers and BATB (British American Tobacco Bangladesh) officials.

An Architect's Dhaka

Dr. Mahbubur Rahman

Sayeed sir (Abdullah Abu Sayeed) wrote in one of his recent books “Bangali Konodin Raja Chilona (the Bengalis were never kings)”.

C'est la vie

Tasnova Rahman

Sometimes while looking at my dadi (grandmother) I used to think what our life would be like without her.

My Dream Career

Md. Badiuzzaman

A dream career is not very easy to define with a single word; it is the sum of many different aspects associated with one's responsibility, life and personality.

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