call of night insects about,
On The Earth and In the Sky
Birds that fly
The Bat is DEAD
bat is dead,
my little honey,
By Reshad Jawad Sarwar
Can U Read It?
Aoccdrnig to a rseearch at an Elingsh uinervtisy, it deosn't mttaer in what oredr the ltteers in wrod are, the olny ipromoetnt tihng is that frist and lsat ltteer is at the rghit pclae. The rset can be a toatl mses and you can still raed it wouthit any problem. This is bcuseae we do not raed ervey lteter by it slef but the wrod as a wohle.
Collected By- Good 4 Nothing
Tech Jacket Comic in Bangla
The first issue of the comic series Tech Jacket, of Pi Publishing Co. has just hit the market. This is the Bangla edition of the original publishing of the same title from Image Comics, Inc., California, USA. Pi Publishing has obtained the exclusive right to publish it in Bangladesh, under license from Image.
Tech Jacket is a monthly publication marking the beginning of a new comic book publishing standard in Bangladesh. Comic books of this class, in terms of both quality and content, are rare in Bangladesh, considering even the imports from the First World.
Tech Jacket is the story of an earthly school kid, Jack, who gets into extra-terrestrial affairs by sheer chance. This also is the story of the tech jacket, which is an extraordinary device, devised by Geldarians (an alien race), to enhance the capabilities of their weak physique. One of their jackets came into the hands of Jack who has a body far developed from the Geldarians. On Jack, this jacket becomes supra-powerful......thus beings the story of the making of a new super-hero.
Another attractive feature of the book is the Jigsaw Puzzle, included in the book as an added bonus for the reader. Moreover, the solvers of this puzzle will get awards not for their effort, but for the moments they enjoyed in solving the puzzle.
By Compiled Marwa
The Best Things in Life are Free
The best things in life are free. This statement is indeed very true. The nature, which is an important aspect of our lives, is free of cost and abundant for each and every one of us to share. The blazing sunlight, the autumn wind, the beautiful rainbow, the incessant rain of rainy season, heart whelming sights of rising and setting sun are priceless. Nature has thus given to us its best treasures. Similar to the beauties of nature, love and emotions are things, which cannot be bought. The love and affection of our near and dear ones make our lives worth living. These people are there for us in our bad days, help us to cope up with our difficulties and try their best to ease our pain. Their company has made some of our best moments and they are the ones who bring smile in our faces.
We are all corporeal and one day or the other our lives will come to an end. In this short period we must learn to appreciate the good facets of life, which are invaluable and enjoy them.
By Ansha Zaman
This is in reference
to an article of mine, published on the 18th of December 2003. The name
of the article was: "1971:For the tomorrow that never came".
There was a small error on the last line. The third word on the last
line should have been "three million" not "thirty"
million. The figure is the no. of lives lost during 1971. The actual
figure three million was printed correctly in the 8th line of the article
but got mixed up in the last. Though a very insignificant matter, the
figure does represent the lives sacrificed and I thought it only justified
to bring it to your attention. I would be very grateful if something
could be done about the matter as I do not want to create a misunderstanding.
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