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On Objectification of Women in Mainstream Hollywood Movies


RIFAT MUNIM divulges the subliminal messages surrounding women and sexuality in Hollywood films.

We’re all living in America
America, America
We’re all living in America
America is wonderful.

(‘America’, Rammstein)

This is the refrain of a song by the German heavy metal band Rammstein. But one has to watch the music video to grasp its full potential. The song makes a compelling case that Hollywood films have permeated through all continents, all races and all societies in the world. Continue reading

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GPIT Celebrates International Women’s Day by People and Organization


The event was expertly moderated by Manizeh Shahrin Sayeed from Strategy and Planning, P&O.For the first time ever GPIT celebrated International Women’s Day: Women Leadership, Inspiring Futures in grand style at North South University on 8th March, 2012. A host of prominent women were among the guests to inspire and motivate the ladies of GPIT. Along with the GPIT contingent were students from North South University as an initiative to inspire young minds. Participants received personalized flowers, books and gift vouchers for being part of this momentous occasion. Our CPO, Syeda Yasmin Rahman and CFO, Kjersti Thoen was among the esteemed panel of speakers along with our CEO Peter Anthony Dindial. Continue reading

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Bangladesh Bijoymela

The Muktijuddher Bijoy Mela Parishad is the organization formed with the collaboration of the gallant Freedom Fighters. Being propelled with the inflammatory clarion call of Bangabondhu Sheikh Mujib, the Father of the Nation, the wave of fiery flames, at the time of extreme national crisis, passed through the vein of the Bengali Nation. The Bengali Nation, fostering the indomitable spirit of freedom instilled by our Father of Nation, stood against the undermining efforts of the Pakistani Rulers. At the cost of our audacious Freedom Fighters, the desert of East Pakistan was made fertile, and the nation comes with a flying colour overthrowing the tyrannical chains of enslavement instituted by the Pakistani Rulers. The Bijoy Mela Parishad stands erect upholding the emblem of this indisputable fact. Continue reading

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December 7, 2011 · 5:39 pm

Heaven in Bangladesh.


Nilgiri, Bandarban ………Very Nice Place for visit

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Filmfare awards 2011 winners list.


The 56th Filmfare awards ceremony with new and aspiring actors, actresses, and film directors will be held on Saturday, January 29, 2011 followed at the Yash Raj Films Studios, in Mumbai, India. Watch Sony TV channel will telecast the ceremony live. According to a source, “Madhuri mam is so happy and excited about her Filmfare act with Shah Rukh. Continue reading

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Reality Check: Clive Owen Won’t Take Over As James Bond Because Daniel Craig Is Gay


Get your hip waders out because we’re about to find ourselves deep in the worst kinds of sewage. Celebrity gossip sewage. We’re in these tunnels because there’s a pretty wild rumor swirling around the internet that Daniel Craig may not be playing Bond after the completion of the upcoming Bond 23. The reasoning? Because he’s gay.

At least that seems to be the notion not so well hidden within the subtext of a piece of gossip-mongering in one of the always quantity over quality Examiner’s local pages. In particular it’s from a once marginally well known film critic from Pittsburgh who claims to have inside information on the next James Bond movie, indicating that Daniel Craig won’t be part of it. Why would anyone in Pittsburgh of all places have this information? They wouldn’t. Continue reading

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No One Killed Jessica – Review


On April 29, 1999 a shot was fired from a .22 bore pistol whose loud reverberations lasted over a decade. The shot that killed a vivacious, aspiring model Jessica Lall was fired in the presence of more than 100 ’socialites’ present at a party in New Delhi. Yet, accused Manu Sharma walked free in 2006 prompting a newspaper headline that read “No One Killed Jessica”. Continue reading

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