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Secret that turned the tide
Calcutta Telegraph

Bangladesh gives Indian Prime Minister Modi a hearty send-off

Abar Ashibo Phire Dhanshiritir Tire (Ill come back again in this Bangla), he recited the first line of a famous poem by Jibanananda Das in his public speech at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre from where he was driven straight to the ..., 4 weeks ago

The calculated silence on the killing of bloggers

Late writer Humayun Azad These are dark times. So dark that forces more medieval than those in the Middle Ages are trying to hurtle us back into a place where nothing grows except the seeds of intolerance; so dark that the people who have been ...
 Bdnews24.com2 days ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

Rendezvous with Poet Kamal Chowdhury

Kamal Chowdhury enjoys a special place in contemporary Bengali poetry. His style is exclusive. Apart from taking up diverse issues as subjects of his poems, he treats them in a manner which is both idyllic and nightmarish. From the soaring ideals ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star3 weeks ago


The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Cities HT Kolkata Newspapers Kolkata, June 8 -- Two Majumdars - Kamal Kumar and Amiya Bhushan - ruled the scene of serious Bengali literature after the era ...
 HT Syndication4 weeks ago

Modi talks Teesta, development in B'desh

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. National Cities Hindustan Times Newspapers Dhaka, June 8 -- "Abar Asbo phire..." (I will return again) said Prime Minister Narendra Modi, quoting a line from ...
 HT Syndication4 weeks ago
Outlook India

Pure Silence, Like A Solitary Petal

FRACTALS: NEW AND SELECTED POEMS/TRANSLATIONS 1980-2015 BY SUDEEP SEN GALLERIE PUBLISHERS | PAGES: 383 | [PRICE NOT STATED] When the Nepal earthquake hit, The London Magazine carried a Haiku by poet Sudeep Sen on the tragedy: Gods came tumbling ...
 Outlook India1 month ago Book review: Fractals  Livemint.com1 month ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

Tranquility in roaring waves of colours

I'VE been following the gradual evolution of Kazi Ghiyasuddin's artistic excellence for almost two decades. His world of abstract painting has a definite setting and also a distinct mood that sets him aside from others we come across in our familiar ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago

National Award is no yardstick for great cinema

He was the chairman of the 39th and 54th National Awards' jury. Yet, ahead of the presentation of the 62nd Awards on Sunday, filmmaker Buddhadeb Dasgupta insists that the Award is no yardstick for great cinema. A five-time recipient of National ...
 Times of India2 months ago
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