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  • Mithi Chowdhury

    Mithi Chowdhury is a dog-loving-movie-watching-mediocrity-fearing normal person. Either that or a penguin.

  • Cervical cancer: Don't cure. Prevent.

    In Bangladesh, 6,582 women die from cervical cancer every year. If the number seems small at first glance, here's another: 11,956 cases get diagnosed annually, while over 58.7 million women (aged 15 or above) are at risk.
  • 7 People On What Boi Mela Means To Them

    There is a definite excitement that comes along with the month of February, one that has to do with the beginning of Ekushey Boi
  • Tribute to a mother-daughter bond

    I have a love-hate relationship with the coming-of-age genre. Blame it on excessive binges of John Hughes duds in the 90s (Pretty in Pink, Sixteen Candles), but I've grown weary of them.
  • Boishommo - When freedom of action goes awry

    Social media is, without a doubt, deeply entrenched in every aspect of my life. I have a Facebook account to appease prying family members, while I take to Instagram to share the more risqué highlights of the day.
  • Call Me by Your Name is one of the most memorable films of 2017

    Watching Call Me by Your Name felt like flipping through the pages of a personal diary, sheets littered with memories of a bittersweet summer romance.
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