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     Volume 8 Issue 64 | April 10, 2009 |

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  Food for Thought
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  Photo Feature
  A Roman Column
  Art -Aadil’s Pageant   of Scintillating   Pharaohs
  Art -The Light,   Fantastic Touch of   Impressionism
  Star Diary
  Book Review - A   History and Taste   of Bangladeshi   Cuisine
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Photo Feature

Beautiful Sundarbans

To the lens of any photographer the Sundarbans, the world's largest mangrove forest, offers unravished beauty. Cyclone Sidr, which ravaged through northwestern Bangladesh two years ago, failed to destroy the indomitable spirit of the people of this land. From its rich aquatic life to its famous mangroves, it has recuperated from the devastation. Like the Phoenix in mythology, the Sundarbans has risen from its own ashes and gloriously it declares the triumph of beauty and nature.




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