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     Volume 2 Issue 35 | September 09 , 2007|


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Resource Centre Beneficiary for the Visually Impaired

Kazi Ahmed Farhan

On June 10, 2007 I along with Tasmia Islam Nion have done a cover story titled “Seeing Through The Inner Eye: Tale Of Some Brave DU Students”.

HPAIR Academic Conference 2007

Muhammad Asadullah (Asad)

The Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR) is a partnership organization of Harvard University Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

NASA's Next Big Space Telescope Passes Brain Test

Dave Mosher

Engineers have successfully tested the mirror-controlling "brain" of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), which is expected to rival imagery taken by the Hubble Space Telescope.

Intel Chairman's Visit to Bangladesh

Farzeen Mahboob

Yes!!! This is indeed a GIFT (Grameen Intel for Tomorrow) for the children of Bangladesh from Intel.

Citi Financial Quiz Competition 2007 NSU- The Champions!

Feeda Hasan Shahed

It was an exciting finale with a tie-breaking session where fate had its final say for North South University.

Full Moon Sends More Dogs and Cats to Emergency Room

By Robert Roy Britt, LiveScience Managing Editor

Injuries and illness among dogs and cats seems to be higher during full moon than at other times of the month, a new study finds.

Student Politics and its Implications

Chowdhury Kamrul Hasan

Bangladesh has a golden history of student politics. It is believed that the spirit of the liberation war of 1971 had originally grown from the language movement, which was principally led by the students.

On Present-Day Student Politics

Kazi S.M. Khasrul Alam Quddusi

Undeniably, student politics played a heroic role in our history.

Jethro tull

Shamma M. Raghib

Ian Anderson, Mick Abrahams, Glenn Cornick and Clive Bunker formed the original Jethro Tull line-up from the debris of the disillusioned and disintegrated John Evan Band and McGregor's Engine.

Nicknames and what they do to you

Fahima Bintee Jamal

My dad is a huge fan of birds. When he was a youngster he used to have his own small poultry farm where he kept his own chickens and hens.

All about human behaviour

Khondoker Sabbir Ahmed Kawser

Human behaviour, whether desirable or undesirable, arises in response to some form of internal or external stimulation.

Birthday facts and quotes!

Compiled by Sabrina Hasan Shoily

Probably you wouldn't get any society in modern world which doesn't like to celebrate birthdays.

Last Goodbye

Redwan Islam Orittro

Even today, I couldn't find the reason why Pratay used to call me “Boro Bhai!” I mean, we were friends in the same class.

When Bangla bards face Shakespearian sonnets

Munira Islam

Young readers can enjoy the reading of literary creations in other languages through translation.

Bangladesh Wins the Fighting Spirit Award

Feeda Hasan Shahed

University of Dhaka (Bangladesh Team) has demonstrated the third best result in the International Law Moot Court Competition “Asia Cup 2007” held in Tokyo, Japan and has received the “Fighting Spirit Award” from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan in praise of that achievement.


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