Monday, September 21, 2015



Bala's Parables and Some Innocent Verses is the latest book by Professor Harashit Bala, an educationist, an author and

Those were the days, my friend

Towards the end of Up Campus Down Campus, two parted lovers exchange letters. Both conclude by writing that they

Poetry bridging gap between idealism and realism

Is life really an inevitable responsibility or a rare gift to be celebrated in every moment, or only a

Contribution of Assam in the Liberation War of Bangladesh

A book that makes us historically indebtedSujan Miah depicts the valuable naration of the writerThe book

The Metamorphosis

Muhammad Mukit elaborates consequences of plutocracy that evolved in the novelThe Metamorphosis is Franz Kafka's (1883-1924) fictional

Haunting screams from Afro-American Slaves

Mahfuz Ul Hasib Chowdhury excavates the real dolor of slavery in the history of AmericaEdmund S. Morgan

A girl's odyssey for sublime love

Paulo Coelho is currently one of the most famous Latin American authors. He is originally from Brazil and has

Shelflife: Things we can't untie

In 'Scheherazade on the Shore', one of the short stories in The High Priestess Never Marries, the unnamed narrator

Amader Chunka Bhai: A book of memorabilia

Amader Chunka Bhai is the life-sketch of Ali Ahmed Chunka, a populist leader and politician of Narayanganj. Narayanganj City

To thine own selves be true

"My own childhood had been the story of this and that combined, of the synthesis of disparate things," said

The Finest Hours: A breathtaking rescue

Audio has begun with The hucklebuck by frank Sinatra's 1949's Jazztrack and  were keep playing on the radio while

Tale of amour and other events of World War-I

A Farewell to Arms is a novel by Ernest Hemingway based on the platform of the Italian campaign of

Gallant and amorous ballads

            Mahfuz Ul Hasib Chowdhury defines the factual amative impetuosity of a rhymerHelal Hafiz, one of the top-ranking Bangladeshi

How the World's Greatest Conqueror Gave Us Religious Freedom

Simon Winchester anatomizes the actual sharp scenarios from the inner of Genghis Khan's regimeThirty-one years ago, while on a

Fire on the mountain

Devapriya Roy scrutinizes a distinct Indian voice,  about life and love in colonial KumaonIn Things to Leave Behind, often

Structural innovations in poetic ventures

Rongobhora Bongo (Humor-packed Bengal) is poet Rafiq Hasan's latest poetic feat with an innovative approach to the metrical patterns

Where fiction meets reality…

This world is God's greatest satire, I assume. Religion is provided for peace, nuclear bomb is for security, white

‘Sheikh Hasina Jokhon Karagare’ A book that reminds a shocking tale

Bangladesh has grabbed a significant space in the global politics under the far reaching leadership of Prime Minister Shiekh

Mirror's Mirror

How often you get to watch a Bangladeshi film that evanesces all the dissatisfactions in heart and also put

Women's progress from historic perspectives

Muslim Women in Colonial Surma Valley is a research-oriented book by Dr. Begam Abida Sultana. It was first published

From Kenyan roots to American presidency

Ananda Rahman anatomizes and ransacks the inner and every acquisitions of an Afro-American.Dreams from My Father is an autobiographic

Prantojoner Aponjon: Tale of an influential poverty fighter

Masum Billah sharply renders Sir Fazle Hasan Abed's restless endeavors to pull up the penury ripple of our terminal

Poetry of Bimal Guha: Echo of sublime enunciation

Bimal Guha as a poet has grown up to capture modern thoughts in his brain waves. His poetry shows

Women's dignity in the society

The book Kumar Puja by Tarapada Acharjee, translated by Gopal Chandra Das gives a deep look into the concept

Empire of the Sun: A tender message to highest

The story begins just prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. After the intro voice, a traditional Welsh

To believe or not to believe

According to American poet Criss Jami, "Doubt is a question mark; faith is an exclamation point. The most compelling,