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Exhibition of Mechanical Watches

Taslima Rawshan

Exhibition of 100 years old mechanical watches is an implausible idea of a man named Ahmed Asif Ashraf (Mishu) a final year student of Applied physics, University of Dhaka.

Hubble Photographs Two Huge Asteroids

By Robert Roy Britt

The Hubble Space Telescope has imaged two of the largest known asteroids, revealing craters and other features that will soon be the targets of close-up observations by NASA's Dawn spacecraft.

Surplus of sleeping hours

Shayera Moula

Not a doubt in mind that 'boring teachers' is a global phenomenon. Even Harvard and Princeton must have the craziest nutcase taking control of the classroom.

Constructive Criticism:
A Friend We Often Overlook

Sarah Z H

While still in grade nine I remember having read a book called 'La Nui Bengali' by Mircha Eliad that said, humans cannot resist the temptation of being applauded for their ideas; and in the process they hardly tend to evaluate them for correction.

Potential filmmakers gathered at Goethe Institut

Jamil Mahmud

One thing is clear that film is the most powerful cultural artefact that encompasses the field of art.

D RockStars
the hunt for a rock band

Nazia Ahmed

The best 20 bands went through with their evaluation in the SMS round.

Climbing the stairs

Saushan Rahman

MY friends and I are always upto some kind of mischief. We believe all these harmless impish acts add more fun to the otherwise dull duties of our lives.

Don't Freak Out After This

Contributed by Samreen Islam Ahmed

Abraham Lincoln was elected to Congress in 1846.
John F. Kennedy was elected to Congress in 1946.

Guidance Note Series 8
Developing communication skills

Amitava Basu

It is not only important to sustain conversation, but equally important is to earn acceptance and appreciation by others.

Fake Admissions in the Public Universities

Owasim Akram

Academic fraud appears to be on the increase in Bangladesh, especially in the public universities.

Higher Education and Private Universities in Bangladesh

Mahbub Hussain Khan

Given the premise that the need for higher education is one of the emergent issues in our developing society, how then can we find the material and human resources necessary to build up and expand the structure?

An unforgettable story…

Snigdha Madhuri

It was a summer morning when I along with some of my friends got together at our dormitory to discuss our future plans.

Fortitudine Vincimus

Tanvir Manzoor Hussain

After being part of two failed expeditions to reach the South Pole, both terribly long and grueling at that, most explorers would have given up, but for Sir Ernest Shackleton that was never going to be the case.

Trimatrik @ BRAC University…

Mahdin Mahboob

At BRAC University, we always tend to do think out of the box when organizing events, and the Club Fair of Fall, 2007 was no exception!


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