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     Volume 2 Issue 52 | January 20 , 2008|


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Dighapatia Rajbari, Natore

Shatabdi Biswas

Uttara Gonobhaban, known as the Dighapatia Rajbari and situated in Natore District is an important tourist destination. People from all over Bangladesh come to see the majestic buildings and gardens of the Rajbari.

End of a golden chapter, beginning of a glorious sunrise
Annual General Meeting of CUDS 2008

Jewel Chowdhury

The chilly air of the winter got the comfort of warmth at the splendid function at 'Hotel Saymon', Chittagong, on January 4, 2008 with Chittagong University Debating Society (CUDS) successfully holding the Annual General Meeting 2008.

Living it up in your own Territory

Quazi Zulquarnain Islam

So we all know our fairytales, don't we? You know the ones that began with ''once upon a time, in a land far far away…''

Tannery wastes, enormous hazard for Environment

Intakhar Ahmad

Leather processing and leather goods production is a lucrative business in Bangladesh.

Post Secondary Education in Canada

Shaheen Islam

Canadas universities and colleges are well known for their high standards and educational excellence.

Fighting corruption textually

Dr Binoy Barman

The government soon after assuming power in the backdrop of 1/11 declared an all-out war against corruption.

Amader Gaan & ADTL Unplugged Concert 08'
United to help the victims for a better tomorrow

Zannatul Lamea

The word “Concert” itself elucidates a picture of groovy music, solid head banging, colorful flashlights & throbbing music sensation.

Cox's Bazar the tourism capital of Bangladesh

Mohammad Shahidul Islam

Popularly described as the tourism capital of Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar is like a paradise for beach lovers.

Facing the Reality in the Bangladeshi Job Market

Mirza Ahsanul Hossain

We all know that it is a common aim of many English medium school and Bengali medium college students to continue their studies abroad and obtain foreign degrees.

Female science students get a boost from Marie Curie

Mahbub Husain Khan

For years a group of University of Toronto graduates have been trying to repatriate the most famous female scientist in history.

Mondialogo Mumbai Symposium

Shakhawat Hossain

Mondialogo Engineering Award (MEA) is a constituent part of the initiative 'Mondialogo Intercultural Dialogue and Exchange,' launched by Daimler and UNESCO in October 2003.

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