• "NISHIKABBO-a tale of a psychosis'

    The story is written under the light of a park at night.Nishikabbo was written by a psychopath whose life has no shortage.There is nothing to say about his day.He spends the day sleeping.Since he is not used to the conventional life,spending the night life becomes his only goal in life.The beginning of Nishikabbo plays is in the first hours of night.As time goes on,the psychopath is accompanied by an unemployed person and a lover.Unemployed,who missed the train and came to the park to spend the night.And lover came to the park with a rope to commit suicide hearing a news of his girlfriend had left for abroad by ditching him.Psychopath,unemployed and lover,these three moves forward through various incidents.Coincidentally they meet a nightguard,a prostitute as well as a poet.Then they feel a need of an entertaining object to spend the night cheerfully.A streetchild named Abul was choosen by psychopath as the entertaining obect.Abul loves to play with kites.Also red kite is most favourite to him.With these characters the unknown journey of Nishikabbo begins.

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    "NISHIKABBO-a tale of a psychosis' The story is written under the light of a park at night.Nishikabbo was written by a psychopath whose life has no shortage.There is nothing to say about his day.He spends the day sleeping.Since he is not used to the conventional life,spending the night life becomes his only goal in life.The beginning of Nishikabbo plays is in the first hours of night.As time goes on,the psychopath is accompanied by an unemployed person and a lover.Unemployed,who missed the train and came to the park to spend the night.And lover came to the park with a rope to commit suicide hearing a news of his girlfriend had left for abroad by ditching him.Psychopath,unemployed and lover,these three moves forward through various incidents.Coincidentally they meet a nightguard,a prostitute as well as a poet.Then they feel a need of an entertaining object to spend the night cheerfully.A streetchild named Abul was choosen by psychopath as the entertaining obect.Abul loves to play with kites.Also red kite is most favourite to him.With these characters the unknown journey of Nishikabbo begins. #studentjournalist
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  • After successful event of the last year early winter concert  'November Rain vol 2 ', was organised this year again by Brandmyth Communication.

    The mega concert took place at International Convention City Bashundhara expo zone in the capital's Purbachal Highway. 
    for the first time after pandemic November rain organised the biggest open air show of the country
    Dhaka had really missed winter open air concerts the past few years due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

    The best part of all was that we got to see the 'ABC Generation' (Artcell, Black, Cryptic Fate) live after many years.

    Artcell, Black, Cryptic Fate – the 'ABC' concerts were known to be a hallmark of the 2000's and 2010's. After almost a decade, these three mighty bands was returned to the stage with the concert

    Concert Headliner band was our favourite Aurthohin also there was many iconic bands of Bangladesh Chirkut,meghdol,ashesh,powersurge
    Show started at 1:30 ashes was the opening band of this concert and after that powersurge came to stage and crowed started moshpit in moshpit zone

    Show really hited up when meghdol started their song in the evening golden light and the whole crowded sang with them their famoused song hawa

    Many band performed one after another after that
    Magic happened when abc generation came all together on the stage and sang their song after almost 21 years


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    After successful event of the last year early winter concert  'November Rain vol 2 ', was organised this year again by Brandmyth Communication. The mega concert took place at International Convention City Bashundhara expo zone in the capital's Purbachal Highway.  for the first time after pandemic November rain organised the biggest open air show of the country Dhaka had really missed winter open air concerts the past few years due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The best part of all was that we got to see the 'ABC Generation' (Artcell, Black, Cryptic Fate) live after many years. Artcell, Black, Cryptic Fate – the 'ABC' concerts were known to be a hallmark of the 2000's and 2010's. After almost a decade, these three mighty bands was returned to the stage with the concert Concert Headliner band was our favourite Aurthohin also there was many iconic bands of Bangladesh Chirkut,meghdol,ashesh,powersurge Show started at 1:30 ashes was the opening band of this concert and after that powersurge came to stage and crowed started moshpit in moshpit zone Show really hited up when meghdol started their song in the evening golden light and the whole crowded sang with them their famoused song hawa Many band performed one after another after that Magic happened when abc generation came all together on the stage and sang their song after almost 21 years #studentjournalist
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  • Sunset Studios, a Bangladeshi film production studio announced their first anime project "Dead End".

    In a talk with the Director of Dead End Project Irfan Chowdhury he insured us that "This will be insane. I don't think it has even hit us how amazing and game changing this will be not only for the Animation scene in Bangladesh but as a community, the people are not ready. I get excited just knowing what is coming up. The story is flawless, the visuals are flawless, and oh my god the animation is flawless. Cannot wait for people to see this masterpiece, we have the best of the best working on it."


    The synopsis of the story
    In the year 2100, in a futuristic city of Bangladesh. Zayn Khan, a brilliant engineer, protagonist tries to fulfill his father's dream. He will become involved with the 'The Hawks,' a street racing gang led by Alvan Haque.!


    Dead End Project Staff -
    Director : Irfan Chowdhury, Jiewon Hong
    Writer : Irfan Chowdhury, Abdullah Zahir Babu
    Animation production : Locust Ali, Kavayra
    Production : Sunset Studios Ltd.

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    Sunset Studios, a Bangladeshi film production studio announced their first anime project "Dead End". In a talk with the Director of Dead End Project Irfan Chowdhury he insured us that "This will be insane. I don't think it has even hit us how amazing and game changing this will be not only for the Animation scene in Bangladesh but as a community, the people are not ready. I get excited just knowing what is coming up. The story is flawless, the visuals are flawless, and oh my god the animation is flawless. Cannot wait for people to see this masterpiece, we have the best of the best working on it." The synopsis of the story In the year 2100, in a futuristic city of Bangladesh. Zayn Khan, a brilliant engineer, protagonist tries to fulfill his father's dream. He will become involved with the 'The Hawks,' a street racing gang led by Alvan Haque.! Dead End Project Staff - Director : Irfan Chowdhury, Jiewon Hong Writer : Irfan Chowdhury, Abdullah Zahir Babu Animation production : Locust Ali, Kavayra Production : Sunset Studios Ltd. #studentjournalist
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  • From old era to new era legacy continues.

    Last friday night, International Convention City Bashundhara hall 2 was like full of festive mood as some of the country's finest bands from old era to new era —Ark, Artcell, Nemesis, Highway , Indalo, Karnival,Dads in the park and many more—assembled to give audiences a performance to remember.

    The concert, "Mixtape Vol I", was organised by Dhaka Broadcast, in association with Skitto sim Although, the day-long event began at 3:00pm on Friday, many young people had begun gathering outside the venue as early as possible

    indie-rock band, Dads in the Park famously known for their duo band set-up opened up the show, performing their hit songs Lullaby, Pareidolia, Afeenolove and their newly released song in to the iris.

    As more music loving people entered the hall, Highway took to stage, and the crowd's energy skyrocketed with their heartfelt songs. Following their performance, Karnival and Indalo shuffled through their songs, taking the audience on a journey through their discographies.

    More than 4,000 people had shown up for the concert, and this showed when they began singing along with Ashes, to fan favourite songs like, "Dhulabali", "Tamak", and "Shey Amare".

    Ashes was followed by Nemesis, and by then, the crowd was singing along with whichever song was playing, in unison. Afterwards, Artcell rocked the stage with their power-packed performance, getting the crowd to tap into as much of their energy as they had left. As always crowed favourite dhukkho bilash played on stage everyone started singing with the band.
    However, the moment Ark stepped onto the stage, with Hasan welcoming everyone, the crowd went absolutely crazy.

    Ark's intense energy and passion even brought many in the audience to tears. The band performed their hit songs, "Protisruti", "Sweety", "Eto Koshto Keno", and many more. The concert ended with the fan favourite "Ja Re Ja".

    Firday night experience was absolutely amazing. The show took us back to our college days. The young crowd carried the same craze we had for concerts back then. The crowd was very specific and clean, their response was spectacular," said Hasan, frontman of Ark.

    "If we had not performed at Mixtape Vol I, I would have never guessed that the younger fans would vibe with our songs. Now, we have a few shows lined-up, which will take place outside of Dhaka. We look forward to performing on a regular basis from now on," he added

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    From old era to new era legacy continues. Last friday night, International Convention City Bashundhara hall 2 was like full of festive mood as some of the country's finest bands from old era to new era —Ark, Artcell, Nemesis, Highway , Indalo, Karnival,Dads in the park and many more—assembled to give audiences a performance to remember. The concert, "Mixtape Vol I", was organised by Dhaka Broadcast, in association with Skitto sim Although, the day-long event began at 3:00pm on Friday, many young people had begun gathering outside the venue as early as possible indie-rock band, Dads in the Park famously known for their duo band set-up opened up the show, performing their hit songs Lullaby, Pareidolia, Afeenolove and their newly released song in to the iris. As more music loving people entered the hall, Highway took to stage, and the crowd's energy skyrocketed with their heartfelt songs. Following their performance, Karnival and Indalo shuffled through their songs, taking the audience on a journey through their discographies. More than 4,000 people had shown up for the concert, and this showed when they began singing along with Ashes, to fan favourite songs like, "Dhulabali", "Tamak", and "Shey Amare". Ashes was followed by Nemesis, and by then, the crowd was singing along with whichever song was playing, in unison. Afterwards, Artcell rocked the stage with their power-packed performance, getting the crowd to tap into as much of their energy as they had left. As always crowed favourite dhukkho bilash played on stage everyone started singing with the band. However, the moment Ark stepped onto the stage, with Hasan welcoming everyone, the crowd went absolutely crazy. Ark's intense energy and passion even brought many in the audience to tears. The band performed their hit songs, "Protisruti", "Sweety", "Eto Koshto Keno", and many more. The concert ended with the fan favourite "Ja Re Ja". Firday night experience was absolutely amazing. The show took us back to our college days. The young crowd carried the same craze we had for concerts back then. The crowd was very specific and clean, their response was spectacular," said Hasan, frontman of Ark. "If we had not performed at Mixtape Vol I, I would have never guessed that the younger fans would vibe with our songs. Now, we have a few shows lined-up, which will take place outside of Dhaka. We look forward to performing on a regular basis from now on," he added #studentjournalist
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  • Barca drop down to Europa again!

    This season was meant to be different but Barcelona have again suffered a humiliating and costly Champions League group-stage exit.

    Barcelona exited the Champions League at the group stage for the second season running on Wednesday, a 3-0 home defeat by Bayern Munich. Although Barca's departure was ensured by Inter Milan when they beat Viktoria Plzen at San Siro before kick-off at Spotify Camp Nou.

    For the second year in succession, the five-time European Cup winners have effectively been relegated to the continent's second division.

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    Barca drop down to Europa again! This season was meant to be different but Barcelona have again suffered a humiliating and costly Champions League group-stage exit. Barcelona exited the Champions League at the group stage for the second season running on Wednesday, a 3-0 home defeat by Bayern Munich. Although Barca's departure was ensured by Inter Milan when they beat Viktoria Plzen at San Siro before kick-off at Spotify Camp Nou. For the second year in succession, the five-time European Cup winners have effectively been relegated to the continent's second division. #studentJournalist #Football #Barcelona #EuropaLeague #FCB #Xavi #Lewandowski #Europe #Spain
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  • BCCI confirms EQUAL match fees for Indian cricketers.

    BCCI secretary Jay Shah confirmed that India's women cricketers would earn the same match fees as the male cricketers in international matches - going forward in a significant move towards equal pay.

    Legendary Indian cricketer Mithali Raj chose to describe the latest update from BCCI as a "historic decision for women's cricket in India".

    With this policy announced, India's women cricketers will earn INR 15 lakh for a Test, 6 lakh for an ODI, and 3 lakh for a T20I, the same as the men's cricketers.

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    BCCI confirms EQUAL match fees for Indian cricketers. BCCI secretary Jay Shah confirmed that India's women cricketers would earn the same match fees as the male cricketers in international matches - going forward in a significant move towards equal pay. Legendary Indian cricketer Mithali Raj chose to describe the latest update from BCCI as a "historic decision for women's cricket in India". With this policy announced, India's women cricketers will earn INR 15 lakh for a Test, 6 lakh for an ODI, and 3 lakh for a T20I, the same as the men's cricketers. #studentJournalist #Cricket #Women #Equal #EqualPay #BCCI #India
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  • The Bangladesh esports gaming scene has reached a brand new milestone, as for the primary time in history, an all-lady crew is representing Bangladesh withinside the professional esports tournament 'Global Esports Games 2022', competing at Dota 2.
    The individuals of the crew are Nushin 'Mirajane' Reza (captain), Anika 'Nooblet' Tabassum Medha, Aushnandrilla 'Bombastic Potato' Saha, Tasneem 'Legal Girl' Taufiq, Subrima 'SunShine' Sumiya. The instruct of this crew is Sadman 'Jimmy' Abidur Rahman.
    The Global Esports Federation and Bangladesh Youth Development and Electronic Sports Association (BYDESA) collaborated to host the Dota 2 women's country wide crew tryout for Bangladesh. On September 26, the occasion become held in Auroral Gaming Lounge, in which 'Team Mayhem' become selected to symbolize Bangladesh after triumphing the audition.

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    The Bangladesh esports gaming scene has reached a brand new milestone, as for the primary time in history, an all-lady crew is representing Bangladesh withinside the professional esports tournament 'Global Esports Games 2022', competing at Dota 2. The individuals of the crew are Nushin 'Mirajane' Reza (captain), Anika 'Nooblet' Tabassum Medha, Aushnandrilla 'Bombastic Potato' Saha, Tasneem 'Legal Girl' Taufiq, Subrima 'SunShine' Sumiya. The instruct of this crew is Sadman 'Jimmy' Abidur Rahman. The Global Esports Federation and Bangladesh Youth Development and Electronic Sports Association (BYDESA) collaborated to host the Dota 2 women's country wide crew tryout for Bangladesh. On September 26, the occasion become held in Auroral Gaming Lounge, in which 'Team Mayhem' become selected to symbolize Bangladesh after triumphing the audition. #studentjournalist #esports #whatson
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  • Panchali of the path

    Satyajit Ray's feature film Pather Panchali has been named the best Indian film of all time by the International Federation of Film Critics (FIPRESCI).

    'Meghe Dhaka Tara' by Ritwik Ghatak also holds the 2nd position in the list , followed by the Hindi movie 'Bhuvan Shome' (Rank 3) by Mrinal Sen. Besides, ' Charulata ' by Satyajit Ray holds the 7th position

    The movie Pather Panchali released in 1955 was produced by West Bengal Government and directed by Satyajit Ray. This movie is basically based on Vibhutibhushan's novel Pather Panchali. The film is based on the growing up story of Apu, a small child in a remote village in the late twenties of the 20th century.

    Apu's family's low-class life and all the sorrows and hardships are overshadowed by Apu, Durga's love and the love of his siblings, life takes a different turn. This film is the first film produced by Satyajit Ray. Karuna Banerjee (Sarvajaya Roy), Subir Banerjee (Apu), Uma Dasgupta (Durga), Kanu Banerjee (Harihar Roy), Chunibala Devi (Indir Tagore) were in the best part of this unique creation of Satyajit Ray.

    The Bengali society of that time has been depicted in the film through unique scenes. Sharing Durga's stolen mango with her siblings, listening to the sound of the train on the railway line, Durga's luscious hair blowing in the wind, teenage Durga's indomitable running, then Durga's sudden departure, Durga's emptiness in Apur's life all took the film to a unique height.

    The 1955 film was declared the best Indian film of all time by (FIPRESCI) - a national association of film critics and film journalists. This film will forever reign supreme in the hearts of film and literature lovers, both declared and unannounced.

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    Panchali of the path Satyajit Ray's feature film Pather Panchali has been named the best Indian film of all time by the International Federation of Film Critics (FIPRESCI). 'Meghe Dhaka Tara' by Ritwik Ghatak also holds the 2nd position in the list , followed by the Hindi movie 'Bhuvan Shome' (Rank 3) by Mrinal Sen. Besides, ' Charulata ' by Satyajit Ray holds the 7th position The movie Pather Panchali released in 1955 was produced by West Bengal Government and directed by Satyajit Ray. This movie is basically based on Vibhutibhushan's novel Pather Panchali. The film is based on the growing up story of Apu, a small child in a remote village in the late twenties of the 20th century. Apu's family's low-class life and all the sorrows and hardships are overshadowed by Apu, Durga's love and the love of his siblings, life takes a different turn. This film is the first film produced by Satyajit Ray. Karuna Banerjee (Sarvajaya Roy), Subir Banerjee (Apu), Uma Dasgupta (Durga), Kanu Banerjee (Harihar Roy), Chunibala Devi (Indir Tagore) were in the best part of this unique creation of Satyajit Ray. The Bengali society of that time has been depicted in the film through unique scenes. Sharing Durga's stolen mango with her siblings, listening to the sound of the train on the railway line, Durga's luscious hair blowing in the wind, teenage Durga's indomitable running, then Durga's sudden departure, Durga's emptiness in Apur's life all took the film to a unique height. The 1955 film was declared the best Indian film of all time by (FIPRESCI) - a national association of film critics and film journalists. This film will forever reign supreme in the hearts of film and literature lovers, both declared and unannounced. #studentjournalist #filmtalk #whatson
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  • T20 World Cup is here!

    ICC announces Full Fixtures of ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2022.

    ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2022, which was scheduled to be played in 2020 but was later postponed due to Covid-19.
    The grand event is eventually to be played this year and will start the tournament at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground on November 13.

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    T20 World Cup is here! ICC announces Full Fixtures of ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2022. ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2022, which was scheduled to be played in 2020 but was later postponed due to Covid-19. The grand event is eventually to be played this year and will start the tournament at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground on November 13. #studentJournalist #Cricket #T20WorldCup2022 #Australia
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  • Qatar to host another GRAND Event!

    Qatar will host next year's Asian Cup after China withdrew earlier this year. The Asian Football Confederation confirmed it on Monday.

    China won the bid to host the event back in 2019 but withdrew its proposal in May this year. The primary reason is China's its "zero-Covid" policy, leaving the AFC authorities to find a new host for its flagship men's 24-team football tournament.

    The Asian Cup takes place once every four years. Qatar won the last edition in 2019, which was hosted by the UAE.

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    Qatar to host another GRAND Event! Qatar will host next year's Asian Cup after China withdrew earlier this year. The Asian Football Confederation confirmed it on Monday. China won the bid to host the event back in 2019 but withdrew its proposal in May this year. The primary reason is China's its "zero-Covid" policy, leaving the AFC authorities to find a new host for its flagship men's 24-team football tournament. The Asian Cup takes place once every four years. Qatar won the last edition in 2019, which was hosted by the UAE. #studentJournalist #Football #AsiaCup2023 #Qatar #China
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