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Meal supplements can be the key to a healthier life

Life without food is completely unimaginable. It is not just the source of calories essential for our body to function but also, for most of us, food means celebration. We not just enjoy cooking and tasting the food to remain human, we also love sharing them with family and friends as norms of social and cultural […]

By |May 11th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Healthy Gut Bacteria

It may sound surprising to you that your gut is colonised by a community of 100 trillion bacteria.

These little orgasms have an overwhelming effect on our life as the majority of them act as instrumental vehicles in our body’s metabolic system by improving energy harvest from foods. For example, they can degrade the polysaccharide such […]

By |May 11th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Muktomona condemns the killings in Sri Lanka

It is another sad day for humanity. The editorial board of Muktomona condemns the mindless killing of innocent people, Christian or otherwise, in Sri Lanka. We also say the remedy of religious fanaticism is not more religion, especially not the institutional religion, but rather the remedy is the creation of open minds that accept various […]

By |April 22nd, 2019|Mukto-Mona, Religion, Terrorism|0 Comments

A strange love

After splashing around in the sea long time, when I eased off, an enormous wave crashed over me. It stroked me down and, to my surprise, I discovered a girl prostrated upon me. Her female organs made my body shudder. But she raised to her feet straightway, apologized for the incident and informed me while […]

By |April 5th, 2019|Literature, Love|0 Comments

Lost of interest in reading

Bonoful

Part […]

By |March 25th, 2019|Literature|0 Comments

The Bangladeshi Intellectual’s Love Affair with Arundhati Roy

By Syed M. F.

Famed Indian author Arundhati Roy had recently made her way to Dhaka and for someone who does not ardently follow her every footstep, this event would not have bothered me if not for the furor over the cancellation of one of her speaking events. I will, however, not spend the limited space […]

Can we speak, Sir?

“What does the Arundhati Roy imbroglio say about our democratic freedoms?”

I’m sure, you all are familiar with the Bengali proverb: “A donkey always makes the water dirty before drinking.”

If you have ever wondered what that actually means, look no further than the Arundhati Roy affair.

Arundhati Roy, who became, much to her chagrin, a human weathervane […]

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