Monday, September 21, 2015

Saturday Post


Many people think it is easy to buy a property or home if you have enough money or have

An interview with Sarah Waters

Ron Hogan: Had you been writing fiction when you were younger, before you started working on your advanced degrees

History of beds

A bed is a piece of furniture upon which a person may recline or sleep, in many cultures and

Blockchain for Digital Bangladesh

The history of blockchain evolves in 2009 by Satoshi Nakamoto than gets dimension in different times and today it

A conversation with Marina Carr

Marina Carr (born 17 November 1964) is an Irish playwright. She is well-known for her play, By the

A poet of solitary struggle and human dignity

Bishnu Dey was a prominent Bengali poet, prose writer, translator, academic and art critic in the era of modernism,

A reliable real estate transaction in Chattogram

Debashis NirabOne of the major concerns inthe current real estate sector of Bangladesh is a lack

A conversation with Xiao Zhiming

Bangladesh is one of the fastest developing countries in the world. To achieve social and economic goals by

A great poet of Bengali literature

Jatindramohan Bagchi was a Bengali poet and editor. He was born 27 November 1878 at Jamsherpur village in Nadia,

A conversation with Esi Edugyan

Question: How did it feel to be not only long-listed, but short-listed for the Booker Prize? Esi Edugyan:

The history of bar code

 What is a bar code? It is a method of automatic identification and data collection.History of Bar CodesThe first

The perfect platform for your real estate solution

If you ask anybody living in Dhaka City what is one thing they want to achieve, chances are they

An interview with Madeleine Thien

Madeleine Thien was born in Vancouver. She is the author of the story collection Simple Recipes (2001), and three

Uber Eats launches industry-first insurance program

Uber Eats allows people to search for and discover local restaurants, order a meal at the touch of

A famous Bengali and Odia language poet and essayist

Annada Shankar Ray was a Bengali- and Odia-language poet and essayist. He also wrote some odia poetry. He

An interview Madeleine Thien

Madeleine Thien was born in Vancouver. She is the author of the story collection Simple Recipes (2001), and

The invention of the Seismoscope

There are few feelings more disconcerting than the sensation of the seemingly-solid earth suddenly rolling and pitching beneath

A conversation with Therese Bohman

Interview by Michelle JohnsonSwedish novelist Therese Bohman is a columnist for Expressen, writing about literature, art, culture, and fashion.

NatGeo team returns to Bangladesh, India for 'Sea to Source: Ganges' expedition

The National Geographic Society is a global nonprofit organization that uses the power of science, exploration, education and

Chain operation, suffering on the road!

We have heard and still hear many other popular slogans including road discipline, road safety, the cry of a

The gift of nature

The sun is shining endlessly in an eyeball that is the name of my holy land Netrokona. At

Bangladesh is a global leader in disaster management and risk reduction

Natural disaster means any natural event which has an adverse socio-economic impact on the human being. WHO defined

History of ice cream The origin of ice cream can be traced back to at least the 4th century BC

The origins of ice cream can be traced back to at least the 4th century B.C. Early references

How one Dhaka dentist is using social media to fight diseases

We've all heard the saying "prevention is better than cure," and when it comes to our health, it

An exceptionally illuminating persona in modern Bengali literature

Pramathanath Chaudhuri, known as Pramatha Chaudhuri, alias Birbal, was a litterateur, essayist, and one of the architects of

An Interview with Dubravka Ugreši?

Dubravka Ugreši? is the 2016 winner of "America's Nobel," the Neustadt International Prize for Literature. Born and raised in

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