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Love

Shahidul Zahir

Translation: Mehedi Hassan  

Just as Hafizuddi arrived in front of Babupura slum, he got caught in the eyes of Mawla.

Mawla cried out to him, “Hey, Hafizuddi, where did you bring it from?

Mawla was a neighbor of Hafizuddi. He was quite lean with kind of a longish face. Under the great fir tree, he sat […]

By |October 29th, 2018|Literature, Love|0 Comments

Love

By: Abdur Rahim

Episode 3: Love Metaphor

A metaphor is a figure of speech that implies a connection between two things. It can create a word picture that grabs the listener’s attention and helps that person to see what you are saying. It can also convey the emotions behind your words to clarify your message, making it […]

By |October 28th, 2018|Literature, Love|0 Comments

Ukrainian Brides — What Do These Heated Ladies Have to give you?

Religious Matchmaking online sites offering that may help you associates Christians aiming to communicating with like-minded persons are everywhere. Whether that you’re searching for a prayer partner as well as a lasting romance, through these kind of sites, you’ll have virtually no trouble in the least discovering friends. Online chats may bring about additional […]

By |October 19th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Dear Mr. President, trolling women is not funny

A man’s endurance of struggles to bring happiness for the family and his joyful acceptance of it has been elucidated by Anuradha Padwal and Amit kumar in the famous Bengali love song “Tumi amay korte sukhi jibone” (https://tinyurl.com/y9uu3q5k).

Had Anuradha listened to a few of the latest jokes of our current president and former speaker Abdul Hamid, she might, perhaps, have perceived a different view. Or, […]

By |October 18th, 2018|Bangladesh, Human Rights, Politics, Society|0 Comments

The vendor

Katyayani picked the quarrel.

Katyayani’s scolding enraged Vairab. If Vairab didn’t encounter vendor Hiralal then, this event wouldn’t have taken place.

Katyayani had been longing for an expensive saree for a long time.

Jobless Vairab couldn’t satisfy her desire yet for his lack of money. But he wanted to evade her by telling that he despised luxury, and […]

By |October 6th, 2018|Literature|0 Comments

We need to defend our freedom

“It criminalizes honest people — journalists, rights campaigners, social activists — just for delivering on their commitment to society. ”

 

If we have learned anything from the sufferings endured by journalists like Prabir Sikdar and Abdul Latif Moral under Section 57 of the ICT Act, we would certainly know that when a law is made, it […]

By |October 3rd, 2018|Activism, Human Rights, Politics, Society|0 Comments
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