Monday, September 21, 2015



Masum Billah explores the inner significance of the book.'Realizing Potentials' attempts to capture the vast initiatives in education made

Golden mistakes of life

Ishrat Binte Aftab is enthralled by the writer's way of expressing life-scribbles along with a diverse percipience towards

Bengal's bridgework with Persia through Tagore

Mahfuz Ul Hasib Chowdhury unfolds the most spectacular angles of Tagore's trip to Persia. Rabindranath Tagore visited Iran during

Isolating authenticity from errors

Mahfuz Ul Hasib Chowdhury  evaluates the views and analysis  of an esteemed theologianRecently a lot of analysis, discussions and

The book that begins with eulogy to Father of the Nation

Main Uddin Ahmed portrays the essence deciphers by the writerThe book is a poetry compilation of Shamsul Alam Belal,

Rediscovering the voice…

Tusar Talukder analyses Tagorean oratoryLast year I was taking an interview of Syed Manzoorul Islam, a prolific litterateur of

You were played

Shubhodeep Pal rummages the questions and answers between CIA and The Paris Review that depicted by the writer.On

Ekattor O Anyanya Golpo: A fictional record of factual life

Liton Chakraborty Mithun focuses dark side of the  society: outrage, indignation, fury that revealed by the writer through

An enlightener's insightful perceptions

Mahfuz Ul Hasib Chowdhury portrays the luminous glimpsesof a versatile life.Syedur Rahman (1909-1987) was an educationist, an enlightened philosopher

Those were the days, my friend

Sumana Roy portrays the nub as the historical novel describes"The genre of the novel, for me, wasn't a

A Golden Age: A war novel

Monisha Biswas utters the essence of Bangladesh’s Liberation War that depicted by the writer  Bangladesh-born British writer Tahmima

Blues, bad news and trouble

Sanjay Sipahimalani explores questions of authenticity and cultural appropriation as illustrated in the novelGuglielmo Marconi, inventor of the

Morguer Neel Pakhi A novel of social document

Masum Billah explores the inner words of the writerThe very title of the novel drew my attention and received

Reality bites

Devapriya Roy deciphers the dissertations and mottos of some clandestine operations as presented in the novelIn his fifth novel,

'Underground Railroad' lays bare horrors of slavery and its toxic legacy

Michiko Kakutani reveals the inner scenario as depicted by the writerIn his dynamic new novel, Colson Whitehead takes the

A compelling story set against the war in Syria

Steve Donoghue elaborates the essence deciphers by the writerDuring an evening soiree in Washington, DC, at the turn of

How far they travelled

Coomi Kapoor explores the story of the unlikely romance between Mohammed Ali Jinnah and the young Parsi heiress, Ruttie

Poetry of Walcott 1948-2013

Fiona Sampson reminds a sharp  texture of a Nobel laureate's  celebratory worksAt more than 600 pages, this new selection

Flattery- a clever art to gain ends illegally

Masum Billah reveals a cagey role and its deceptive  movements as depicted by the writerFlattery is an art used

An everlasting creative legacy

Mahfuz Ul Hasib Chowdhury deciphers the focal  figures that presented in the bookBooks are written to preserve history, art,

Beauty and beast of life

Ishrat Binte Aftab has amazed by the forfeiting intellect of the writer that prompts a well-pictured analogy of our

Machiavelli runs up against the Borgias

Jay Parini explores the clear and sharp steps of a politician-diplomat-philosopher, which have uncovered in the novelIn her latest

Here lies Bairam Khan

Irfan Habib elaborates a rich detailed reconstruction of the lives of two Mughal nobles illuminates much about the empire

The colors of revolution

Pinaki Bhattacharya elaborates the facts, which separates successive generations of Maoist movements in India, as depicted by the writerManoranjan

Mementos of glowing innocence and blissful dreams

Mahfuz Ul Hasib Chowdhury commemorates with honor and melancholy one of the victims of Holey Artisan tragedyAbinta Kabir's smiling

The writer and the written

NS Madhavan deciphers the paradoxical status of women in Tamil society, as revealed in the novel.When I was reading