August 6th, 2014

Demographic status and my experience

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Submitted by guest_writer on Wed, 06/08/2014 - 2:20am

We are living in such kind of world in where we have to face complex and harsh reality. We have to lead our life into the path of cultural and social confliction. Sometimes we discriminate and sometimes we are being discriminated. So as everybody I have personal experience of discriminating and being discriminated.

August 5th

Letters to Mayabee: 01

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Submitted by কর্ণজয় on Tue, 05/08/2014 - 3:51pm

Think about 10. Beautiful. Let us go. For jujudshu in the moon. .
Ah Mayabee! Don’t laugh. I’m in my way of expression.
It is very important. For you. & Us.
The result of Brain analysis of Neymar. Number 10. The Brazilian Football Hero is very important. Could you tell the essence of that research? This is not game. This is science.

June 12th

Leadership on the Line by Martin Linsky—Chapter 5 Review: Orchestrate the Conflict

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Submitted by nilkanto on Wed, 11/06/2014 - 11:55pm

Conflict is quite natural in any kind of group. How one defines, identifies and handles the conflict determines the ability of the person's Leadership quality. It's important for the authoritative figure to orchestrate the conflict and to ensure constructive energy of the group is utilized and destructive potentials neutralized.

June 2nd

Leadership on the Line by Martin Linsky—Chapter 4 Review: Think Politically

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Submitted by nilkanto on Mon, 02/06/2014 - 2:21am

[justify]Politics is all about relation, communication and interpretation. Being a Leader, One must put the hat on in all times possible. Relationships play important part and working with those relations are more important. The chapter talks about 6 types of relations but it’s not an easy task to keep up all 6 roles. But that’s what Leadership really means, maintaining all ends.

April 30th

Leadership on the Line by Martin Linsky—Chapter 3 Review: Get on the Balcony

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Submitted by nilkanto on Tue, 29/04/2014 - 11:49pm

After finishing this part of the book, the first thing that came up in my mind is-“staying alive is important.”

April 22nd

råtten byen

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Submitted by nilkanto on Mon, 21/04/2014 - 8:01pm


I live in a Rotten City. Every Morning I wake up hoping that I am in different world.

Technology has not gone that far I guess.

I open up the tap only to find metal sound of me moving the head.

No water. How many days it has been?

January, February, March....actually lost track.

I find myself trying to hear life. No water, no life I guess.

March 8th

Childhood obesity and Bangladesh

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Submitted by guest_writer on Sat, 08/03/2014 - 3:24am

In our part of the world, where chubby children are considered cute and healthy, parents often fret over the physical appearances of their children. There are parents who routinely feed their children burgers, fries, pizzas, pastries, etc. from the belief that these will make their children appear healthy.

March 7th

Leadership on the Line by Martin Linsky—Chapter 2 Review: The Faces of Danger

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Submitted by nilkanto on Thu, 06/03/2014 - 6:36pm

The title carries the chapter’s intention. Intention to make us understand the forces or faces the dangers of being in front will hold. Most of the times when you are trying to do something good (in your own sense), the obstacle comes from some place we barely give a thought about.

March 6th

Falguni Days

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Submitted by guest_writer on Thu, 06/03/2014 - 5:27am

I was reading a write-up by a friend on Falgun (the Bengali month that marks the beginning of spring in Bangladesh) where he compared the season and the festivity around it with Vincent van Gogh's "Wheatfield with Crows." A prolific writer, my friend's writing carried me back to the Falguni days I left behind in Dhaka.

March 5th

My Ancient Mariner

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Submitted by uchhola [Guest] on Wed, 05/03/2014 - 1:37am

That eighteen hour long journey chocked me like death! Billions of nightmarish thoughts have been creeping across my heart for the last eighteen hours! Pursuing higher education in an alien country where I have NOBODY was an ignorant, douche-like decision. (Didn’t listen to Mom as I was adult enough to make all the horrible decisions I want).