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An interview with Mohammad Rafiq
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How life in the USA changed for the brown skinned men and women after 9/11
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This article argues why Nazrul's main identity is as a poet. This piece, along with the excerpts from...
The reviewer demonstrates Abdullah Al Muktadir does not care much about modernism
A wonderful short story of Humayun Ahmed in translation
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After I set foot in the precincts of Abdur Razzaque Gyantaposh Bidyapith in Dhanmondi, what caught my...
Mohammad Shafiqul Islam
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How much of what we say do we really mean?
17th August was the 10th death anniversary of Shamsur Rahman, one of Bangladesh's leading poets. To mark...
A love story that overcomes all the social obstacles in the 1950s Pakistan
A new translation of Tagore's short story, Shasti, by Shawkat Hussain
Fakrul Alam's translations give a new life to Tagore's song lyrics on the rainy season
Of all the seasons in Bangladesh, the rains have influenced Tagore the most
The writer died in Kolkata on July 28 at the age of 90
Kaiser Haq shares his experience of the sonnet exchange project in which world renowned English language...
How things went from bad to worse for the Muslims in the post-9/11 US
A review of Wasi Ahmed's Tolkuthurir Gaan
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