Vol. 5 Num 382 Fri. June 24, 2005    
 
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In conversation with Tania
A versatile talent
Who can forget the strong character of a lady doctor in Humayun Ahmed's feature film Shyamalchhaya, part of a fleeing group, during the Liberation War? She holds together her co-passengers in the
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Rangchhut: Slices of everyday life on small screen
Good news awaits the fans of Sporsher Bairey. After the wrap up of the popular mega-serial, Shahiduzzaman Selim, actor- turned director is about to stir the small screen with his 26-episode brand new drama serial Rangchhut, an adaptation of Jokhon Charpasher Batigulo Nibhey Ashchhey by Nasrin Jahan. The serial hits ntv on July 12 and will be telecast every Tuesday and Wednesday. Shahiduzzaman Selim recently spoke to this correspondent and unveiled his plans to direct the new serial.
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Upcoming
Ongkar to hit the silver screen
"I came very close to eminent writer Ahmed Chhofa in his last days. He gave me a written permission to make a movie based on his work Ongkar four years ago," says filmmaker Shahidul Islam Khokon.
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Obsession
When the world needs a heroine...
As children we had a certain hero that we all looked up to. These heroes are often real people who we aspire to emulate.
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Ntvís Anniversary:
Special attractions
On the occasion of the second anniversary of ntv, the channel will telecast different programmes ranging from TV plays, a premiere movie to documentary and magazine shows from July 2-4.
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ByDeshi comes to town
ByDeshi, a new fashion line, held its first fashion show recently in Dhaka's Sonargaon Hotel. The aim was to raise funds for Zonta International Club of Dhaka 1, says a press release.
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Mehreen and Bannya Mirza generate HIV/AIDS awareness
The Family Planning Association of Bangladesh (FPAB), supported by Unicef, held a campaign recently, to generate awareness about HIV/AIDS- related issues.
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Bangladesh Day at the Japan Exposition Ď05
A cultural team from Bangladesh, comprising 11 artistes, recently participated at the World Exposition-'05 at Aichi of Japan.
 

 
   
 
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