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     Volume 2 Issue 22 | June 10, 2007|


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Appeal to University Grants Commission for rules on cross border education

Alumni and students of the Dhaka Study Centre, Victoria University

We the alumni and students of the Dhaka Study Centre, Victoria University, and Melbourne, Australia are greatly perturbed by the recent university Grants Commission (UGC) media announcement declaring the operation of VU Study Centre in Dhaka illegal, along with 55 other study center's of foreign universities.

On private-public university

A.A.M. Mostofa Saikh Chowdhury

I do not know actually why the writer is so attacking in his writing about private universities of Bangladesh.

On public and private university

Afsaruzzaman Noor (Jyoti)

Last Sunday on 'Star Campus' I read an article named 'On behalf of private universities' written by Abu Noman Md. Atahar Ali. As a student of a public university I have the urge to write something in response.

Life decisions separate 'hawk' from 'dove'

Ask anyone who has regular contact with animals - from farmers to pet owners - and they will tell you that animals have personalities.

America vs. Russia

Mainul Hassan

The Americans and Russians, at the height of the arms race, realized that if they continued in the usual manner they were going to blow up the whole world.

Guidance Note Series 5
Developing communication skills

Amitava Basu

You must be wondering what happened to the Communication Guidance Note Series. Why is there a break?

Defending the Grudges

Sarah Z Haque

As private university students we are all 'au fait' with the attitude in people who hold a grudge against us.

"Ne te quæsiveris extra"

Mohammad Shahidul Islam

"Self-Reliance," first published in Essays (First Series) in 1841, is widely considered to be the definitive statement of Ralph Waldo Emerson's philosophy of individualism and the finest example of his prose.

Fighting over the size of a Potato

Yamin Tauseef Jahangir

The kitchen door slammed open. I looked at my dad. His weary eyes spoke so many words, I sighed, and it will start in no time. Mom advanced towards dad and gave him a stare.

Krishnochura in Baily Road

Mirza Nazmuzzaman

Bangladeshis gained their independence after nine months war and thousands of deaths.

D Rockstars
the hunt for a rock band

Nazia Ahmed

“Johnny wanna be a big star, get on stage and play the guitar, make a little money, buy a fancy car, big old house and an alligator...”


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