| By and Interview by Brian Bethune
Patrick deWitt is a Canadian novelist and screenwriter. He was born on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and later lived in California and Washington State. He lives in Portland, Oregon.
| By and Monira Akter Laboni
Beginning Story: On 2011, the idea of doing something exclusive on campus activities of Daffodil International University first popped into the mind of our Honorable Chairman Md Sabur Khan.
| By and Interview by Sophy Kohler
Andrew Miller is a British journalist and author. He worked as a television producer before joining The Economist to write about British politics and culture. In 2006, he
| By and Kallie Szczepanski
Extraterritoriality, also known as extraterritorial rights, is an exemption from local laws. That means that an individual with extraterritoriality who commits a crime in a particular country cannot be
| By and Md Sarwar Ahmad
Nationally acknowledged and internationally reputed doctor, social worker, freedom fighter, a very good teacher, an upcoming politician and a unique example of silently serving the cause of humanity is
| By and Interview by Claire Cameron
NoViolet Bulawayo is a Zimbabwean author and Stegner Fellow at Stanford University (2012-14). In 2012 the National Book Foundation named her a 5 under 35 honoree. She completed
| By and Suchana Das Bandhan
The dictionary defines literature as written works, especially those considered of superior or lasting artistic merit. Written works can exist in many formats, such as texts, reports, brochures,