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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

The most distinguished writer and scholar

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Nirad Chandra Chaudhuri was a Bengali?English writer and man of letters. He is popularly known as Nirad C Chaudhuri. He authored numerous works in English and Bengali. His oeuvre
The most distinguished writer and scholar

An interview with Patrick deWitt

| 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.
An interview with Patrick deWitt

A famous writer in Bengali literature

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Bibhuti Bhushan Bandyopadhyay was a Bengali author and one of the leading writers of modern Bengali literature. His best known work is the novel Pather Panchali (The Song of
A famous writer in Bengali literature

History of the agricultural revolution

| By and Mary Bellis
Between the eighth century and the eighteenth, the tools of farming basically stayed the same and few advancements in technology were made. The farmers of George Washington's day
 History of the  agricultural revolution

A conversation with Esi Edugyan

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Esi Edugyan (born 1977) is a Canadian novelist. She is a 33-year-old author whose second novel, Half Blood Blues about a black jazz musician's disappearance in 1939 Berlin.
A conversation with Esi Edugyan

Campus TV focuses on campus life

| 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.
Campus TV focuses on campus life

An interview with Deborah Levy

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Deborah Levy is a British playwright, novelist, and poet. Her work has been staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company and she is the author of novels including Beautiful
An interview with Deborah Levy

The linguist with a scientific insight

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Suniti Kumar Chatterji was an Indian linguist, educationist and litterateur. He was a recipient of the third highest Indian civilian honour of Padma Bhushan. He was born on
The linguist with a scientific insight

Bangladesh film industry

| By and A.S.M.Yiahia
February 3, 2017: Actress Airin had a road accident at Mirpur circle-10 and got seriously injured. She went there to campaign for a movie named 'Mayabini'.
Bangladesh film industry

A conversation with Stephen Kelman

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Stephen Kelman is an English novelist, whose debut novel Pigeon English was a shortlisted nominee for the 2011 Man Booker Prize. Kelman was born and raised in Luton, Bedfordshire,
A conversation with Stephen Kelman

A versatile writer of children's literature in Bengali

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Sukumar Ray was an Indian Bengali humorous poet, story writer and playwright who mainly wrote for children. Ray remains one of the most popular of children's writers in both
A versatile writer of children's literature in Bengali

An interview with A D Miller

| 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
An interview with A D Miller

What is extraterritoriality?

| 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
What is extraterritoriality?

More happy products for more happy customers

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Bangladesh holds the top position when it comes to cotton imports with 1,361 tons import in 2016-17. Vietnam imported 1,197 tons and China 1,096 tons. This shows how important
More happy products for more happy customers

A freedom fighter and physician dedicated to the cause of humanity

| 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
A freedom fighter and physician dedicated to the cause of humanity

An interview with NoViolet Bulawayo

| 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
An interview with NoViolet Bulawayo

"Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers"

| 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,

Television was neither invented overnight nor by one

| By and Mary Bellis
Television was not invented by a single inventor. Rather it was through the efforts of many people working together and alone over the years that contributed to the
Television was  neither invented overnight nor by one

A conversasion with Brian Conaghan

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Brian Conaghan is a Scottish author, based in Dublin. He was born in 1971. He was raised in the Scottish town of Coatbridge but now lives and works
A conversasion with Brian Conaghan

A renowned dramatist of Bengali Renaissance

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Dinabandhu Mitra was a famous Bengali dramatist. He was born in 1830 at Chouberia in Nadia, a district of present India. His father's name was Kalachand Mitra. His
A renowned dramatist of Bengali Renaissance

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