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    Survival of the fittest and reversed human evolution

    Anujit Saha | Updated at 12:00am on January 26, 2020

    When you have billions of dollars, you have the power to define ‘human evolution’. Close inspection of the most of the international corporations helps us to see that their tax evasions and philanthropic deceit are mere strategies to extend their exploits. Income inequality and oppressive state mechanisms forces anti-establishment factions to mobilise, writes Anujit Saha

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    News

    New Age Youth desk | Updated at 12:00am on January 26, 2020

    Campus News

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    Bangladesh Student’s Federation observes 35th founding anniversary

    Sajid Ahamed Dipto | Updated at 12:00am on January 26, 2020

    Bangladesh Students’ Federation is the student wing of Ganosamhati Andolan. On January 23, they observed their 35th anniversary at the premises of University of Dhaka where the speakers demanded an end to torture and violence in campus. Demands of ensuring seats for fresher and a democratic campus were some of the major points of the programme. Returning from the event, writes Sajid Ahamed Dipto

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    Listening to music: then and now

    New Age Youth | Updated at 12:00am on January 26, 2020

    Radio and cassette players were the ultimate device to listen to music even a couple of decades ago. With technologies like i-pods and smartphones, our habit is changed. Young people share their thoughts and memories on the old ways of listening to music with New Age Youth

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    With or without you

    Riasat Raihan | Updated at 12:00am on January 26, 2020

    BEING popular for live performances, U2 has established them as one the most listened rock bands in history. Most of their songs are themed on...

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    Boatmen and the boats

    Jannatul Ferdous Shanta | Updated at 12:00am on January 26, 2020

    Youth Photography

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    A call for sustained, inclusive movement against sexual violence

    Nasir Uz Zaman | Updated at 12:00am on January 19, 2020

    The rape of a student of University of Dhaka near a busy street in the capital on early evening indicated how unsafe the city is for women. It sparked fierce protest across the country. Rape survivors’ families, activists and legal researcher unanimously urged the government to address the pervasive institutional misogyny, reports Nasir Uz Zaman

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    What a fresher goes through

    Rassiq Aziz Kabir | Updated at 12:00am on January 19, 2020

    University fresher year is the time of life when young souls take the first big step towards the next phase of their lives. In the context of Bangladesh, public university students have to deal with a lot in the fresher year including ragging, seat crisis and integration problem. These often result into serious mental health issue and even suicide which affect their academic performance as a whole, writes Rassiq Aziz Kabir

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