Fatiul Huq Sujoy

Syed Fatiul Huq Sujoy is a researcher and fiction writer. You can reach him at s.f.huq11@gmail.com

Cleaner of dawn

She doesn’t need an alarm For the last hour of the night.

6m ago

Jhalmuri for the hollowed in-between

“Extra ghugni, no chilis,” he confirmed, his cyber-enhanced eyes ever judging.

1y ago

Night of the tangled jilapi

A blur of city lights.

1y ago

Shingara before the end of times

Where else would they find a criminal, other than in the back alleys where the sun hadn’t reached for years, where the half-dead struggled in the flooded sewage for a scrap of euphoria.

1y ago

Pooris, Drones and Withered Dragons

"I want to propose a deal with the Bazar."

2y ago

DARK: The Beginning Ends

Dark reveled in its complex story, but did not lose itself amidst the ever branching, ever overlapping and ever looping narrative. The finale left me thoroughly amazed and equally content, while happily unsure of what aspect of this conclusion to love and applaud the most.

3y ago

Stages of amateur software development

As foretold by our forefathers since age forgotten, a CS student must bring forth to the world a software.

5y ago

A rant on rush trips

Before we criticise and praise the different aspects of a “rush trip”, we need to define it. Any trip that tries to cover multiple distant places in the shortest possible timeframe and the least possible expense can be regarded as a rush trip.

5y ago
August 16, 2018
August 16, 2018

Helm of the Kraken

Mokbul always prided himself to be a level headed person, a little more intelligent than the rest of his fellow fishermen, especially those of his own crew. When the drought had cursed the river, he was the one to suggest taking up alternative ventures, like construction work for the land owners or the share business.

July 18, 2018
July 18, 2018

The Void

The Void

July 12, 2018
July 12, 2018

Back to robots dabbling in philosophy

From the get go, this season shows us the extent of the fractured timelines for this season. They turn it from a plot twist to the central mystery. We are shown separate timelines, from the perspective of several key characters. We are then left to wonder what's happening when and how it'll all unfold and fit together.

June 21, 2018
June 21, 2018

Types of football fans

Fatiul Huq Sujoy is a tired soul (mostly because of his frail body) who's patiently waiting for Hagrid to appear and tell him, “Ye're a saiyan, lord commander.” Suggest him places to travel and food-ventures to take at fb.com/SyedSujoy

June 14, 2018
June 14, 2018

Types of football fans

Types of football fans

May 24, 2018
May 24, 2018

Guide to Competitive Software Demonstrations

Firstly, know that your software – a mobile or desktop app, a website or an API – will probably be overshadowed by projects more hardware-oriented, like a robot or an Internet of Things (IoT) device. The reason is simple: it looks better in a stall. You can clearly see the judges' eyes glittering with excitement when they see a mechanical hand being all robot-y and whatnot, flinging itself here and there while

May 10, 2018
May 10, 2018

A Deal with the Henna

It was late noon or early afternoon in an insignificant city, and a certain rickshaw was roaming the insignificant streets of that insignificant city with an unsettling smugness.

March 15, 2018
March 15, 2018

Managing the finances of a group trip

Squad trips are undoubtedly one of the most anticipated events. It's when you get to know your friends on a more personal level, understand their fears and motivations, share stories and memories that will define the bond for years to come, and realise how utterly and horribly incapable you all are when dealing with money. If you can relate and/or have a squad trip in the near future, be sure to read on to better

January 25, 2018
January 25, 2018

Travel, experience, and connect with Walk Bangladesh

What started as a blog of and for the adventure-hungry travellers of the country, later upgrading into a website with tourism services has now become a pioneering platform for the sharing of experiences among enthusiasts of a variety of crafts.

January 4, 2018
January 4, 2018

Good badminton rules we need

Street badminton is a dog-eat-dog sport. There's no referee, no reviews, and most importantly, no mercy. There is more to the game than just hitting a shuttlecock and winning points.

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