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A magnificent show
4th NDF BD National Debate Festival-08

M.A. Kaioum, Ziaul Haque Suman, Safayet Hossain, Mossadek Hossain

A razzmatazz of creative dialogue with 1200 future leaders
“Kollolito Burigangar Sopno Vase, Char Sotoker Bake, Juktir Ucchase" with this slogan National Debate Federation Bangladesh (NDF BD) organized two-day grand 4th National Debate Festival-2008 in the capital which saw about 1200 debaters including 700 students from Dhaka.

YES in Action
Changes possible but miles to go….

Md. Ziaul Haque Sheikh

For Bangladesh, the emerging youths, who are about one-third of the total population, are the biggest hope.

An Architect's Dhaka

Dr. Mahbubur Rahman

Part Eleven
Preservation of cultural artefacts is part of a process to retain local heritage on the face of modernisation often perceived to denude cultural identity.

Qutb complex: The silent witness of antiquity

Wrishi Thakur Raphael

The monuments of Qutb Complex heralds a period in history of more then 1100years. (Between 4th-13th century AD).

Sylhet Engineering College at a glance

Sylhet Engineering College is a newly established Public Engineering institute, which started its journey in the academic year 2007-08.


Dr Binoy Barman

Fazal Mia is a landless farmer in a far-flung village of Kurigram in Northern Bangladesh.

Discussion on the War of Liberation at IUB

Farina Noireet

Help Our People Empathize (HOPE), a voluntary social service group, comprising of students, alumni and faculty members of the Independent University, Bangladesh,

Malhar Mania!

Rabeya Rowshin & Samia Tamrin Ahmed

Malhar, meaning a raga in classical music, is India's 2nd largest college festival, celebrated its 30th year this year.

Where have the fairytales gone?

Ananya Rubayat

If I start to list the dearest memories of my childhood, possibly right on top will be, a little girl of four sitting on a sunlit verandah, and her Grandmother trying to feed her breakfast by distracting her with stories.

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