Tagore – an economic messiah, economist or entrepreneur we know least

  Rabindranath Tagore, known worldwide for winning Nobel Prize on literature, had close relations with farmers in Pabna, Kushtia and Naogaon districts. He opened schools for their children and requested other zaminders to give attention to public education and health. He Thursday, October 19th, 2017

Friends through antiquity

  This is more than a wonder to see our modern technological and computerized devices, including e-book reader, PDF readers and tabs, projectors which could have replaced our traditional paper-jacketed books, failing to compete with those of our traditional, old-fashioned paper-books. Thursday, December 1st, 2016

Suicide they wrote

Poets and authors that killed themselves at will are innumerable. Dissolved marriages, snapped relationships and some other stressful phenomena persuaded them to put an end to their own lives. The following article makes references to some poets who wrote splendid Thursday, April 21st, 2016

In the soul’s cemetery

“I didn’t see him even for a day Close to my place is the mirror-city Where lives this neighbour of mine. Encircling the city is bottomless water Without any limit, and there is no boat At this end”   You will always be thrilled at the thought Thursday, February 6th, 2014
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