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Bokulappu

By Muhammad Zafar Iqbal

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Muhammad Zafar Iqbal is a popular Bangladeshi writer, created a lots of children’s books and science-fiction. He is a university professor and also known as a strong columnist. Zafar Iqbal is brother of prominent writer Humayun Ahmed. He went to America for higher study and worked there for a while. He came back to Bangladesh in 1992. His famous books included Biggani Shofdor Alir Moha Moha Abishakar, Kopotronic Shukh Dukkho, Project Nebula, Shobuj Velvet etc.


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