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Find Naomi Hossain at Dhaka Lit Fest

Naomi will be discussing her book The Aid Lab

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14 Nov 2017
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Naomi Hossain will be discussing her book #TheAidLab at 1974: The Silent Year at the brilliant @DhakaLitFest with @GargaC and Syed Badrul Ahsan Saturday Nov 18th 11.15am-12.15pm Bhaskar Novera Exhibition Hall #DhakaTribune #DhakaLit

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