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The bookseller

The bookseller

Jasim and I were studying at high school. Since there was no mobile phone available in those days, we could meet and talk only at school. One day, Jasim showed up so upset that I thought his world would come to an end soon. It was really painful, even for me, when he detailed the decision of his family. With tearful eyes, he told me that his family…
Alexander’s Lost City found in Iraq

Alexander’s Lost City found in Iraq

Archaeologists in Iraq have discovered a city which was lost for more than 2,000 years with the help of drone photography and declassified intelligence images. Qalatga Darband, which is believed to have been founded in 331 BC by Alexander the Great, was discovered by a team of Iraqi and British archaeologists led by experts from the British Museum.…
Ancient Egyptian Pet Cemetery Discovered

Ancient Egyptian Pet Cemetery Discovered

Archaeologists working on Egypt’s Red Sea coast have discovered a pet cemetery nearly two millennia old containing the skeletons of 100 domestic pets, including cats, dogs and monkeys. The cemetery, dating from the first and second centuries AD, was discovered in the Roman port town of Berenike, established in Ptolemaic Egypt between 285-246…
SLAF Holds Learning Session on Legal Aid Services

SLAF Holds Learning Session on Legal Aid Services

Student Legal Aid Forum (SLAF), Dhaka University chapter, recently organised a learning session on ‘Government Legal Aid Services: A Tool for Ensuring Access to Justice’.   Supported by USAID’s Justice for All Program, the session was held at the Department of Law, University of Dhaka, on September 19 with the participation of…
Generations: Sam Wilson Captain America & Steve Rogers Captain America #1

Generations: Sam Wilson Captain America & Steve Rogers Captain America #1

It’s a shame that Nick Spencer’s Captain America saga didn’t end as strongly as it began. Secret Empire’s lackluster conclusion really did a number on that long-running story. Spencer had one last chance to end things on a high note thanks to Generations: Captain America, and luckily, he’s up to the task. More than just…
Let’s Play Chess

Let’s Play Chess

Chess is a wonderful mind-engaging game that is played in most countries of the world. In the 1980s, chess was at its peak of popularity in our country. Niaz Murshed of Bangladesh became the first South Asian to be awarded the title of Grandmaster in 1987 by the World Chess Federation, better known by its French acronym FIDE. So far, we have five Grandmasters…
History of Chess

History of Chess

  Chess originated in India, where its early form (in the 6th century) was called chaturanga, which translates as ‘four divisions of the military’ – infantry, cavalry, elephants, and chariots, represented respectively by pawns, knights, bishops, and rooks. In Persia, around 600AD, the game became known as shatranj and the rules…
My Little Pony

My Little Pony

The formula for entertaining kids is so tried and true, even mediocre movies frequently get it right. Throw together some gags, bright colors, lively voice acting and a good message, and you’ve got yourself a cinematic babysitter. Of course, it’s always nice when a kid’s film aims higher than the bare necessities, especially when…
Forza Motorsport 7

Forza Motorsport 7

There are some driving games so convincing and enthralling that, after an intense play session, you find yourself instinctively straight-lining the local mini roundabout in order to nestle into the slipstream of a septuagenarian’s Toyota Aygo during your weekend supermarket run. Forza Motorsport 7 is now one of those games. Presumably conscious…
Nanikhir Temple Complex

Nanikhir Temple Complex

Since my childhood, I have been greatly interested to explore the oldest structures in our country that include zamindar houses, abandoned palaces, ruined temples and little visited historical sites. The mysterious attraction of abandoned buildings kept calling me when I was just a boy of 11-12 years. I explored a huge number of abandoned and ‘haunted’…
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Published by the Editor on behalf of Independent Publications Limited at Media Printers, 446/H, Tejgaon I/A, Dhaka-1215.
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