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The man who can’t be moved

The man who can’t be moved

SONG REVIEW By Riasat Raihan After Michael Jackson, now a days it is tough to find some good pop music. Pop, recently, has not been an easy genre for the musicians. Although, bands like OneRepublic, Lawson and some other bands have made a good effort in pop music. But very few acknowledge the fact that ‘The Script’ is the best […]

March 18, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · FYI
The pimple problem

The pimple problem

SCIENCE FOR YOUTH By Hiya Islam Pimples, they break out anytime, anywhere. Almost never failing to coincide with dates and parties, pimples are an absolute dread for you and me. There are days when bit by bit your cheeks turn red and swell in pain. At times, the forehead and chin too fall under this brutality. Once it pops up, […]

March 18, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · FYI
Zombie: a stance against violence

Zombie: a stance against violence

SONG REVIEW By Jabir Misbah Savagery, bombings and mass killings have unified people at a single point; hatred towards violence. Yet, the world watches the continuous havoc in stillness. Dolores O’Riordan wrote the song ‘Zombie’ in 1993 for this exact purpose. This song takes the invincible position that killing young children is tragic. As a protest song, Zombie is a […]

March 11, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · FYI
The sleep mechanics

The sleep mechanics

SCIENCE FOR YOUTH By Hiya Islam   Sleep is heavenly. Nothing beats a great nap. Who said there’s plenty of time to sleep when we die? That’s garbage. There could never be a better feeling than waking up and feeling every inch of the body swell with energy and every bit of weariness flee to who knows where. Still, there is […]

March 11, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · FYI
A prison where the sun never dies

A prison where the sun never dies

SONG REVIEW By Mugdha Chandrika Ashes and dust is all that the American rock band Imagine Dragons narrated in their track ‘Radioactive’. This track came out in 2012 as the only single from the album titled ‘Continued Silence’ and ‘Night Visions’. It is needless to say that the song has some interesting lyrics that obviously welcome you to the new […]

March 4, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · FYI
Call of duty : WW II

Call of duty : WW II

GAME REVIEW By Riasat Raihan Call of duty (COD), the gaming series has been a major part of my childhood. I first started playing call of duty 2 in 2005. So I have been playing call of duty for the last 13 years now. I’ve played each and every call of duty versions, so you can see that I have […]

March 3, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · FYI
When we were young

When we were young

In the modern society, we dive into a sea full of hardship and struggle in order to fulfill our needs. Routines make it conventional as it offers us a monotonous life where we tend to forget that the journey of life is short. It is unique. The moments that define our lives fade away with the passage of time; rather […]

February 25, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · FYI
The blood connection: fetus in the womb

The blood connection: fetus in the womb

SCIENCE FOR YOUTH By Hiya Islam The consequences of incompatible blood-mixing can prove to be fatal during transfusions. All the same, the same instance can also occur in womb where the baby is held so closely to the mother by the umbilical cord attached to the placenta. By understanding the chemistry of antigens from last week, let’s have a look […]

February 25, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · FYI
Snuff: for you Paul

Snuff: for you Paul

SONG REVIEW By Riasat Raihan The track ‘Snuff’ is the fifth single from Slipknot’s fifth studio album called ‘All hope is Gone’. The people who are metal fans, they know Slipknot is a crazy heavy metal band. But their song Snuff is rather a melody than metal. It’s a very slow song with a wonderful and heartbreaking lyric. As a […]

February 18, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · FYI
The conundrum of blood typing

The conundrum of blood typing

SCIENCE FOR YOUTH By Hiya Islam Pulsating 24/7 through a vast network of blood vessels, the blood ensures the survival of every living cell in the body. We are accustomed to seeing this vital liquid in red, but it also comes in blue, green, yellow, colourless and what not, in other creatures. The differences exist due to diverse respiratory pigments […]

February 18, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · FYI