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     Volume 2 Issue 63 | April 06, 2008|


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What Do You See, Bright Eyes?

An unblinking eye stares from this crater image captured by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.

Journey to a dreamland...

Edward Apurba Singha

Asian economic powerhouse Japan has now become a very lucrative destination for Bangladeshi youngsters to materialize their dreams.

'Kabar' staged by the IER, DU Students

Feeda Hasan Shahed

Institute of Education and Research (IER), Dhaka University arranged a discussion followed by a cultural programme at the department on March 27 on the occasion of the Independence Day.

BUFC organizes 'The Circle'

Iffat Jabin

It was exactly 2:00 pm in the afternoon when suddenly the cafeteria door opened and fresh new faces started pouring in.

Students Unite for a Noble Cause

Marina Husain

Our Liberation War, the fight for our language, the fight for a new nation, the fight for freedom are great events we will always embrace in our hearts.

Learning from building with earth

Md. Shoeb Al Rahe

It was while taking a Rural Architecture course in our fourth year at the Department of Architecture, BRAC University that I first realized that this was the area in our profession that interested me most.

The uncommon sense

Tahsin Manzoor Hussain

Ever wondered whether you are unique in some sense? Whether you are different from others of your kind?

Injured Kites saved by students on the Jagannath Hall premises

Dibbendu Dwip
Baharul Hosain
Kamrun Nahar

How does it feel when you suddenly notice that hundreds of birds have fallen from the tress and got stuck on barbed wire, injured and bleeding, needing immediate help?

University students work for juniors

Mosiur Rahman Rajib

Intelligence or merit is not a privilege but a responsibility. Being university students we are required to be responsible towards the people and the the society.

A different stroke

Nazia Ahmed

He was sitting on a brick with a half cigarette bud in one hand and a gray feather in another when I first saw him.

Financial Aid Cell NSU :
Assisting students to strive further

Zannatul Lamea

“NSU is freaking expensive" - I know this is a common notion, but trust me on this, if you are meritorious and deserving, NSU will bear your academic expenses- Yes entirely.

Inauguration of Permanent Campus of (AUST)

Kazi Ahmed Farhan

On 31 March 2008, The Ahsanullah University of Science & Technology (AUST) has moved to its newly built campus in Tejgaon Industrial Area.

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