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Titas's Journey Within

Titas's Journey Within

Boats of all sorts, from wooden dinghies to seagoing sampans, are a recurring theme in  the paintings of Karu Titas. “Bangladesh means boats. Here, boats are everywhere,” the artist told The Weekend Independent at the opening of his solo exhibition ‘The Journey Within’ in Dhaka on February 16. Titas, 53, has put together…
Stopping Question Paper Leaks

Stopping Question Paper Leaks

The incidences of question paper leaks have become unprecedented in recent days. This unwarranted situation is now jeopardising the education sector of Bangladesh in an epidemic form. Nowadays, almost all exams, if not all, are marred with the shame of question papers leaking beforehand. Primary school terminal exams, secondary and higher secondary…
Birds of Bangladesh

Birds of Bangladesh

Birds contribute largely to the beauty of nature in Bangladesh. The spring season here gets festive with the charming sight and sound of birds, especially in village settings. Different types of birds, from wild birds of the forest to waterbirds, can be seen all around the country. Besides local species, migratory birds from the Himalayas and Siberia…
Birdwatching On Your Travels

Birdwatching On Your Travels

Many people think birding is an art that takes years to hone, but you can pick up the basics easily. In fact, there’s nothing stopping you from starting either at home or on your next trip. “The most essential piece of kit is your natural awareness,” says birding expert David Lindo. “Train yourself to stop occasionally and tune…
Forgotten Bantu Civilisation - Part 2

Forgotten Bantu Civilisation - Part 2

Great Zimbabwe declined and was abandoned around 1450 AD. There has been much speculation about Zimbabwe’s decline. The causes are still a mystery, but may include a decline in trade compared to sites further north, the population depleting land resources, exhaustion of the gold mines, political instability, famine and water shortages induced…
Red Sparrow

Red Sparrow

In the elegantly tense and absorbing Red Sparrow, Jennifer Lawrence portrays a Russian spy who’s a cunningly desperate human being — or, at least, enough of one that each scene rotates around the choices she makes, the way she appraises and seizes the destiny of the moment, playing a spy as someone who acts out a role, but does so by acting…
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Published by the Editor on behalf of Independent Publications Limited at Media Printers, 446/H, Tejgaon I/A, Dhaka-1215.
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