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So much for a corner

So much for a corner

Dorm life is often considered as the stepping stone to adulthood and independence from being in the shadows of one’s parents…

May 10, 2015 · Comments are Disabled · Cover
Silent revolutionaries

Silent revolutionaries

Amid all the noise of the endless failures that Bangladeshis collectively have piled up through incessant honking on streets, lousy political speeches and the ruckus created in the name of political order, it is quite easy to miss the sound of the noiseless revolution…

May 3, 2015 · Comments are Disabled · Cover
Tap on the app

Tap on the app

Raquib-ul-Alam, a third year Electrical and Electronics Engineering student of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology used to see his mother vex over meticulous details of the stock market, trying to gather as much information as possible. Six years ago, he had programmed a simple calculator to calculate stock exchange equations to make life easier for his mother. And now he has made a mobile application that feeds the capital market data live to users. Raquib’s mother helped him a little bit with the financial…

April 26, 2015 · Comments are Disabled · Cover
Cracks in the academic bridge

Cracks in the academic bridge

Eleven-year-old Fahida Akhter was a student of a non-formal primary school at Karail Jamai Bazar where she studied till class 4 until her family migrated to Chittagong about four months ago…

April 19, 2015 · Comments are Disabled · Cover
SOURAV LASKAR

Gearing up for Pahela Baishakh

Sushmita Saha illustrates how the youth of the country have played an instrumental role in celebrating Pahela Baishakh through generations Students of the Institute of Fine Arts at the University of Dhaka are busy preparing masks, artworks, motifs and festoons that the mass would carry out on Pahela Baishakh to celebrate the Bengali New Year 1422 in three days. Over […]

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