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     Volume 2 Issue 11 | March 25 ,2007|


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We Salute Our Independence

Tazmia Islam Nion

If you ever visit the Dhaka University campus, some magnificent sculptures will draw your attention and make you nostalgic even if only for a while. Among all the sculptures built in Bangladesh on the theme of Independence, perhaps the most famous is 'Oporajeyo Bangla', which translated means 'Invincible Bengal'. It is located in front of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.

IBA Tops from Bangladesh in World Debates, Vancouver

Ridwan Karim

The clouds parted and the snowy peaks of the Grouse Mountains in Vancouver became visible, as we looked out of the windows of our plane with eager anticipation.

The fascinating world of Chess

Rafiqul Islam Rime

Chess, one of the most ancient games on earth, is considered to have been invented in the subcontinent thousand years back. This ancient but extremely modern game possesses such beautiful, subtle and the multidimensional wonders and intricacies that unveiling of them is, as it appears to be, extremely enticing.

'10 Rocking hours'
Law Department of University of Dhaka exploded in Tepantor

Sharin Shajahan Naomi

We trembled in excitement when we got the news that our entire department was going for picnic in Tepantor. It was the first time in many years that our department would get together for such an event.

Joy for the Tigers

Saushan Rahman

It was around 10:00 pm. I was in my room. Every now and then I could hear people scream out in joy. Yes, I am talking about the night when Bangladesh won the cricket match.

Silent tears of underground music in Chittagong

Aminul Arefin, IUB.

Metal and rock music is a new concept in Bangladesh. Though most music lovers in Bangladesh like soft and classical music;

" Not an empty page "

A. S. M. Atiqul Islam

I am a regular reader/fan of Star Campus magazine. I read the issue of 18th march, 2007 and the poem titled:

'The Dropouts'

Md. Badiuzzaman Tamal

The perception of things really varies from person to person. We develop a set of principles that help us ensure a stable and smoother life.


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