This post was originally published on Android Kothon English. To think China will soon take over the technology world is not an exaggerated thought anymore. Sure, just a few years ago, we would term everything that came straight out of China as cheap, replica, and garbage stuff typically perfect for people who can’t afford the … Continue reading The Next Samsung of the World is Booming in China
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the word ‘travel’? I bet it’s pictures of the destination — beaches, mountains, restaurants with tourists rushing around, drinks and whatnot. For me, travel has an entirely different meaning. I realized late in 2013 that I loved the journey to the destination more … Continue reading Travel Confession: I Like the Journey More than the Destination
Clean, simple, elegant; those are what make a webpage attractive and easy-to-read. For far too long, I’ve been waiting for the perfect theme to go with this blog. Today while giving another go at the Theme Gallery, I’ve found what I wanted. Gone are the days when I wanted to show as much information as possible … Continue reading Welcome to My Blog’s Newer, Neater Design
This morning I woke up to the flood of Apple Watch and MacBook news in both my Facebook news feed and Twitter timeline. Among the hundreds of news stories, one particularly caught my attention, and upon further reading, left me shocked. GigaOm, one of the most respected tech news and analysis site based in San … Continue reading The GigaOm closure gives me the chills – What is the future of tech journalism?
Omor Ekushey Book Fair is a remarkable month-long event that takes place every February in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The book fair sees huge gathering of both readers and writers as well as give a common platform for readers to meet their favorite writers. It attracts both the mainstream writers and new writers to publish new books. The month-long … Continue reading An Evening in Bangla Academy Book Fair Premises
Yesterday I was out taking photographs of people (mostly couples, but that’s needless to say right?) celebrating the Valentine’s Day. Despite the ongoing fear of political violence that erupts every now and then in literally everywhere in the city, people were out celebrating. Some people went out with their friends, some with their family members, … Continue reading Valentine’s Day Celebration in Dhaka
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Now-a-days Beauty Begum (45) cannot remember anything. Even a few days ago she could remember everything, from her bazaar list to TV serial’s schedule. At present she is forgetting everything. In front of her eyes in the hospital bed lays the horrifically burnt body of her husband, Jamed (42). Somehow…