Vol. 5 Num 479 Fri. September 30, 2005    
 
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Nostalgia
Shuchanda: Playing her parts to the hilt
There is an irony behind actress Shuchanda's role as a doctor in her first film Kagojer Nouka.
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Streer Patra: Presenting the hard reality of women's lives
A narrative of oppression of women
Famous American poet Adrienne Rich in her popular poem Diving into the Wreck depicts how through the beginning of civilisation, even in the era of legends, the women have always been oppressedin
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Photography Exhibition
Bringing voodoo dancing to Dhaka
Lino Dalle Vedove, a Spanish photographer visiting Bangladesh for five months, is holding a photography exhibition at Alliance Francaise.
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Sweety, Intekhab and Tania to feature in three new serials
Popular actor-turned-director Shahiduzzaman Selim is working on three new TV serials: Agantuk, Gaurochandrika and Nakol Poshak. Aguntuk is a 104-episode mega serial written by Pantho Shahriar.
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Pita Mata Putra O Moumita premiered
The premiere show of special TV play for the International Day of Older Persons, Pita Mata Putra O Moumita directed by Abdullah Rana, was held at the Bengal Shilpaloy Café in Dhanmondi on September
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Sharmila Tagore
The actress with class
Veteran actress Sharmila Tagore made her entry into films as the young wife in Satyajit Ray's Apur Sansar, the final film of the Apu Trilogy. A mere 14-year-old girl, she had no prior acting experience.
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Teri Hatcher
From Lois Lane to a desperate housewife
When you think about it, Teri Hatcher is the personification of doing a lot with a little.
 

 
   
 
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