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    Why we should raise our voice against nuclear proliferation

    Arafat-Al-Yeasin | Updated at 12:00am on June 09, 2019

    The Japanese artist Hashimoto has prepared a video where you can see the different nuclear tests since 1945. It looks like a videogame, but it´s not. Fortunately, with the end of the cold war, the United States and Russia agreed to reduce their nuclear arsenals as well as their means of delivery. The conclusion of this entire story is, ‘We definitely must stop the nuclear weapons proliferation’, writes Arafat-Al-Yeasin

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    News

    New Age Youth | Updated at 12:00am on June 09, 2019

    Campus News

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    Magpie Murders: story within story

    Fahmida Mehreen | Updated at 12:00am on June 09, 2019

    Magpie Murders (2016) is a delight for classic murder mystery lovers like those who love Sherlock Holmes stories or Agatha Christie creations. The satisfaction of having a plethora of clues, tricks and plots formulate into the final resolve is as good an incentive as any to pick up this book. Because of the uniqueness of the format of the story, it is very captivating for a bookworm, writes Fahmida Mehreen

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    On our favourite river

    New Age Youth | Updated at 12:00am on June 09, 2019

    New Age Youth asked young people to write a few words about their favourite river. Some have regretted that growing up in urban areas, they do not have any specific memories of rivers. Some recollect their childhood memory of playing beside a river and some expressed their wish to go back to their childhood river with renewed courage to take a bath this time

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    The last game

    Rozel kazi | Updated at 12:00am on June 09, 2019

    Youth Photography

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    Dream of Ozzy

    Farshid Rafiq | Updated at 12:00am on June 09, 2019

    Song Review

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    From Baker Bhai to Bran Stark

    Istiaque Ahmed Nahian | Updated at 12:00am on June 02, 2019

    In the context of feverish youth obsession with Game of Thrones, an American fantasy drama television series, Istiaque Ahmed Nahian reflects on the history of television drama in Bangladesh and explores its fading appeal to the young generation

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    Abdul in wonderland: not a tale of a father

    Abdullah Al Mamun | Updated at 12:00am on June 02, 2019

    ‘I, as a common man, as an intellectual, as a politician, as a teacher, as a journalist, as a barrister, as a sage, as a saint, as a winner or as a loser, as a musician, as a litterateur, as an artist, as an actor or as a doctor, as a butcher, as a businessman, and finally as a worker sing the paean, the dithyrambic song for Dionysus, god of music and fertility in Greek mythology, where this puny, dinky, Lilliputian incident of stealing baby food by an unemployed father does not have a place in this celestial wonderland of wonderful happenings’, writes Abdullah Al Mamun

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    New Age Youth Desk | Updated at 12:00am on June 02, 2019

    Campus News

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    The Wife: tale of a wife

    Fahmida Mehreen | Updated at 12:00am on June 02, 2019

    The Wife (2018) is a tale of a woman who contributes significantly to her husband’s ascension to the apex of success. More importantly, the story is about the transformation of a self-effacing spouse to a woman of substance, writes Fahmida Mehreen

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