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Ever shrinking space for free thinking PDF Print E-mail
The conviction of four Rajshahi University teachers on charge of instigating student protests on the university campus on August 21 and 22 in violation of the Emergency Power Rules has one ominous message: the space for freethinking is fast diminishing.
Famous tourist spots of Vietnam PDF Print E-mail
Famous tourist spots of VietnamVietnam's diverse natural environment, geography, history, and culture have created a great potential for the tourism industry. Vietnam's environment includes long coastlines, forests, and mountainous areas with beautiful caves. As well, Vietnam has a history and culture of ancient architectures, religions and cults, and traditional festivals.
Kalimpong: In a playful mist PDF Print E-mail
Our destination is not Siliguri, though. We plan to move higher up, through the mountainous stretch that meanders beside the Teesta and into Kalimpong. I have been reading since childhood about this town that is hidden deep in the lap of the Himalayas; finally, the time has come to visit. It was, of course, John who insisted on the trip. Myself, I am a lazy bag-o-bones, the quiet, serious, nerdish type; John, on the other hand, is the boisterous, ebullient character that is the soul of the party…not always, though. Mostly he remains subdued by my stern attitude to life.
Switzerland: The Lord of the Hearts PDF Print E-mail
Switzerland become a self-governing Nation in the year 1648.Switzerland is the first choice of tourist, directors of Hollywood and Bollywood. Switzerland is a country gifted with natural beauty located in the heart of Europe. "Confoederatio Helvetica" is another name for it. It is extended over 41'285 square kilometers of land.
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