Malaysian Airport in Cox’s Bazar

Few days back, Syed Manzoorul Islam, Professor Department of English, University of Dhaka, came to Cox’s Bazar and rambled to marine drive for tête-à-tête.
During the journey, our man on wheel pointed to a place and charismatically said “it is Malaysian airport”. “People board for their Malaysian flight from here”, he added. I stopped chuckling but the professor and other commuters’ curiosity made us tell about the scenario of that vicinity. Our storyteller mesmerised us by picking his best shot about human trafficking. Maybe, sometimes veracity seems bogus when reality appears the opposite.
We came to know about the Dalali (intermediation) rate for trafficking a single person to the destination, and enjoyed few stories that could be captured in celluloid.

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Searching for salary or slavery

It is to be hoped that   An education system  would make the finest professionals who spectacle his brilliance to get the optimum for an organization; a very well knowledge and active professional leashes his corporation into the peak of feat, but if that professional is not passionate about his work then what will be the consequence, would he can be best then or if he performs a job that does not  arise slightest interest to them  then how long that tasteless food will make his intestinal blissful .So what our present education system harvests: A best or mediocre professionals?

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A few days ago, a vibe has been gone viral on social media sites that an Indian movie named Gunday has distorted our liberation war history. Young cohorts literally declared a web war. Situation turns sour in that Yash raj films the producer; formally stated apology in their official page.

This particular incident shows what we could not imagine ever; what a film can do for reviving the spirit of a nation; why these movie matters; how could a film creates such buzz; here may be a possible answer: these digital elements resemble the kind of raw brainy material that real soldiers might record ,and  these movies can be an exhausting trip ,that paints  picture of what our soldiers go through while at war.

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World cup Fever blows Bangladesh

Football or soccer, as is it called in some parts of the world, is undoubtedly the greatest game mankind has ever invented. The FIFA World Cup is the most widely-viewed sporting event in the world. Bangladesh is one rare country where during the World Cup people actively identify with and support a country that they otherwise have no connection with; and their favorites?

Either ‘’Argentina’’ or ‘‘Brazil’’ and you will see flags of those countries hoisted by the supporters on their rooftops. The dominant sport in Bangladesh is cricket, but this World Cup has shown just how passionate the South Asian nation’s 16 million citizens are about football. Even though they are around 9,000 miles away from South America, the majority of Bangladeshi people support either Argentina or Brazil .

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Troubled future

Cheers for joyous SSC passed students and their guardians for their good results. A total of 13,03,331 out of 14,32,727 students passed in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations under 10 education boards this year. By breaking all the previous records 142,276 of them got the highest Grade Point Average (GPA-5) in both the exams. The number of GPA-5 achievers was 91,226 last year. Among the GPA-5 holders, 77,551 are male students and 64,725 are female. This year the success rate has been 91.34 per cent – 2.31 per cent higher than that of last year. The number of schools with hundred per cent pass stood at 6,210.As many as 288 students of seven foreign centres have come out successful in the SSC examinations this year with 98.29 per cent pass rate Exam controller SM Wahiduzzaman of Dhaka Education Board told about the average success rate increased because students are doing well in all subjects. Candidates score good marks if they answer creative questions. ‘That’s why it has become easy to pass.’ The inter-education board coordination sub-committee identified around 8,000 institutions across the country and special classes were arranged for difficult subjects there. That’s why the students have done well in these subjects, says Professor Taslima Begum, chief of inter-education board coordination sub-committee. But the higher pass rate and number of GPA-5 achievers are sprawling, the more questions are mounting about quality of education and examination system.

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Breaking News

Perhaps you know

Or you don’t – ruthless earth

Of cruel ruthless earth.

Shall I give you her heart – rending news

Humanity sleeps here with an empty stomach

Will ever any sweet dream come for them?

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