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Pakistan: the country I hadn’t known ‘Islamabad illusions’

  The disciplined, calm and somewhat insensitive Islamabad maybe a new capital city but not without a few illusive features surrounding it... Shahriar Feroze writes on his illusions about Islamabad.   Yes, it is indeed a city to have shown a set of Thursday, July 27th, 2017

The Sustainability of eco-resorts in Bangladesh

  Future of hospitality expansion is green and promising   In a developing country such as ours, eco-resorts are still more of a new concept. They are ventures brimming with benefits that are economical, social, and environmental. Understandably, they are predicted to be Thursday, July 6th, 2017

Pakistan – the country I hadn’t known: Kinetic Karachi (II)

  For travellers from far across the world , the country Pakistan may be the symbol of militancy , anarchy , perils to  whatever they derive from the  international media portrayal of the country , but for a Bangladeshi the country Wednesday, June 14th, 2017

Pakistan – the country I hadn’t known: Kinetic Karachi

  For travellers from far across the world , the country Pakistan may be the symbol of militancy , anarchy , perils to  whatever they derive from the  international media portrayal of the country , but for a Bangladeshi the country Thursday, June 8th, 2017

Roving Romania: RRR!!! (Romancing rustic Romania)

  Have you ever spent a cold rainy night in an empty train station?   I may never come to know, but this writer has, at Romania’s oldest inhabitant port city of Constanta. In fact, he was rather forced to do so, due Thursday, December 15th, 2016

Roving Romania – 2: Bran castle and beyond…

  Rising straight above a rocky headland, the locality of the small Bran town is surrounded by thick undulating forests. Though Bran’s connections to either the real Vlad Dracul or the fictional Count Dracula is thin, but it’s amazing to follow Thursday, December 1st, 2016

Roving Romania 1: Living it up in Dracula’s lair

  The baffled immigration officer facing me at the Transylvania airport kept sporadically looking first at me and then at my deep green passport. He simply couldn’t figure out why would a Bangladeshi land at the Tirgu Mures airport – located Thursday, November 24th, 2016

Deutsch Tagebücher – 5

  From Burg Hohenzollern to Heidelburg   A sharp contrast between the two; the first being the former seat of the imperial Hohenzollern dynasty of former princes, electors, kings and emperors to have ruled Germany for centuries while the second being the oldest Thursday, October 20th, 2016

Deutsch Tagebücher – 4

  Hitler’s secret nuclear reactor   The question haunted this writer for years. Though there is a somewhat conclusive answer mainly drawn out by the allied powers – not close enough, but after having visited the Atomkeller-museum at southern Germany’s Haigerloch, Shahriar Feroze Thursday, October 13th, 2016

Deutsch Tagebücher – 3

  Baden – Bond – Baden   Politicians, royals to celebrities – countless has admired the famed German spa town Baden-Baden to have been blessed with historic charms and healing power, but Shahriar Feroze weaves a different tale from Germany’s unique town of Thursday, October 6th, 2016
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