“Read Books, Widen Your Horizon” is a joint initiative by The Daily Star and United International University (UIU).
Bangladesh War resembles a journalist's diary. Ghosh's tone is neither that of a critic nor a judge.
The protruding question we’re left with is this: is the allocated sum for purchasing even merely enough to support our publishers in this grave time?
A memorial meeting of veteran writer, popular columnist and journalist, Abdul Gaffar Choudhury, author of the song, ‘Amar Bhaier Rokte Rangano’ was arranged in the main auditorium of Bishwa Shahitya Kendro on May 31
As a long-time fan of the Percy Jackson and the Olympians book series by Rick Riordan, there could be no better news than Disney+ announcing that they will be rebooting the fan-favourite series with a new, talented cast. As expected, everyone was hyped about the reboot and fans started coming out of the woodwork with their years of Greek mythology knowledge. But then, all hell broke loose in the fandom when Riordan announced that 12-year-old Leah Sava Jeffries would be joining the cast as the character of Annabeth Chase, the daughter of Goddess Athena.
The Myth Bridge: Goethe Institut Bangladesh and HerStory Foundation revisit women of folklore through Dungeons and Dragons
Going live from May 15 is The Myth Bridge, a live-action simulation game that “[brings] to life” and connects nine women characters from Bengali and German folklore.
The book in question, according to the blurb on UPL’s website, asks noteworthy questions like, “How do [Millennials] identify themselves in the social and national contexts and how can the nation's framework work for their life strategy?”
After describing why this region is India’s gateway to realising its eastern ambitions, Sudeep soon cuts to the chase, stating that the Naga peace process is central to establishing peace in Nagaland and Manipur.