| Updated at 12:30am on February 15, 2019
Former diplomat Humayun Kabir shares his insights into the crisis with New Age diplomatic correspondent Shahidul Islam Chowdhury The UN has definitely stumbled in dealing...
| Updated at 12:00am on January 18, 2019
As the ace thespian of the theatre, Shimul Yousuf’s life is also entwined with our struggle for freedom as well as the developing cultural movements throughout the decades after independence....
by Sadiqur Rahman | Updated at 12:00am on January 04, 2019
Nobody needs an elaborate rhetoric to introduce the Bangladeshi dancer and choreographer Shamim Ara Nipa. The iconic status of this modern-day dance exponent has already been established....
by Sadiqur Rahman | Updated at 12:00am on December 21, 2018
When all debates on the quality of the present day Bangladeshi movies usually lead to an analogy with the industry’s golden era between the 60s and the 80s, there are a few legends that one cannot escape — one such name figure is Farida Akhtar Babita, who was famous as Babita....
Azad Majumder | Updated at 10:44am on December 19, 2018
Bangladesh one-day international skipper Mashrafee bin Murtaza has sparked a debate recently after he decided to run in the upcoming general election from his Narail...
Agence France-Presse. Dhaka | Updated at 04:58pm on December 14, 2018
Fresh from jail for dissent, and celebrated by Time magazine for fearless journalism, Shahidul Alam is not hiding as his native Bangladesh approaches an election he fears could be rigged.
Sadiqur Rahman | Updated at 12:00am on December 07, 2018
In a conversation with New Age, Fatema Tuz Zohra revisited some fundamental issues pertaining to music and life including her ethos and her career across...
Ershad Kamol | Updated at 12:00am on November 16, 2018
Naquib Khan is one of the few musicians who started his career when band music saw its fresh beginning in the newly independent country. 1972...
Agence France-Presse . Hong Kong | Updated at 02:34pm on November 10, 2018
Bestselling author Cheryl Strayed, whose memoir ‘Wild’ was turned into an Oscar-nominated film about her recovery from trauma, says listening more is key to healing...
by Sadiqur Rahman | Updated at 03:31am on November 09, 2018
Firoz Mahmud, a New York-based Bangladeshi artist has chosen to narrate historical events and their social, political and economical impacts on the common people as...