Proud Parents and Awkward Situations

Crowd in Bus Dhaka City

Today, I was going to Alliance Française , Dhanmondi by bus from Mirpur 12 to return a couple of books I borrowed from the Alliance library. When the bus crossed Taltola, a lady got on with two big…

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Abu Monsur from Ezine Articles

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Today, I am going to introduce you to one of my friends who started blogging very early in his life. In context of Bangladesh, we usually do not expect people to start writing in English if he has…

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The Peasants’ Revolt of 1381

‘The historical sense involves a perception, not only of the pastness of the past, but of its presence.’ ― T.S. Eliot, Four Quartets The Peasants’ Revolt was the greatest mass rebellion in British history. Medieval England experienced few…

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Sabirul Islam: The Young Entrepreneur from East London

Sabirul Islam Young Entrepreneur from East London

The real challenge is to be able to make a difference. — Sabirul Islam Only a few days ago, one of my friends informed me about Sabirul Islam. He is a young entrepreneur from East London. Sabirul started…

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Why Do Students Prefer University of Chittagong to Other Universities of Bangladesh?

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Like many parents of Bangladesh, my parents were willing to have a doctor, engineer or lawyer in the family. I was never sure of my career. We are only two brothers and both of us studied science up…

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Sketch of Emerson’s The American Scholar

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