Rabindra Sangeet artist Anima Roy has released a new song. The song, which has been written and composed by Atul Prasad Sen, is called Bodhua Nid Nahi Akhi Pate, and has been given tune to by Prattyush Bannerjee.

Profession, Passion & the story of being!

So, I came back home at long last. The first few days of me being home was spent as if I were in a daze. Everything I saw around me, my favorite city seemed to be very attractive.

Back Home!

I was thinking of how the future would be in this new-born nation of ours. Looking at the void, ruling over the dark waters of the Jamuna, I was ruminating on the immediate

After the War

I arrived in Dhaka on the 10th of January. Pakistani occupation army had surrendered after an ignominious defeat in the hands of the joint forces comprising Mukti Bahini (Liberation War Army) and the Indian Armed Forces on the 16th of December 1971.

EXO's 'The War' – An Honest Review by a K-pop Fangirl

If you have heard of K-pop, you must be familiar with the term “EXO”. EXO is one of the most popular boy groups in K-pop. They debuted in 2012 with 12 members, and now have 9.

Blonde on Blonde

The album is one of the first double albums in the history of rock music, which starts with the song “Rainy Day Woman #12 & 35”. The song is good enough to confirm the high status of the first disc.

Blood on the Tracks

Starting from the opening track of the album “Tangled Up In Blue”, Bob Dylan started a new journey of redefined work. The ten songs represent deception, heartache, regret and loneliness.

Of 'crème de café’ and ‘dal tadka’ at interstices of alterity

'It is the inbetween space that carries the burden of the meaning of culture, and by exploring this Third Space, we may elude the politics of polarity and emerge as the others of ourselves.' ― Homi K. Bhabha, The Location of Culture

Dancing Connections

Since August 2009 Bangladesh has been part of the Asia Pacific Region of the World Dance Alliance which 'serves as a primary voice for dance and dancers throughout the world'.

Dancing the Diasporic Fantasy

Tobin Thomas does Bollywood in Toronto, trading in the virtual dreams created by this larger than life Indian film industry. Based in Mumbai, it is India's – and the world's - largest film business in terms of the number of films produced, and also the number of tickets sold each year.