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    New Age Youth | Updated at 12:00am on April 14, 2019

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    Celebrating Biju, Baisu, Sangrai

    New Age Youth | Updated at 12:00am on April 14, 2019

    Jumma students share their stories of celebrating Biju, Baisu, Sangrai and Chankran with New Age Youth

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    Nusrat

    K S R Saeed | Updated at 12:00am on April 14, 2019

    Nusrat by K S R Saeed   Nusrat goes to Madrasa, There are hundreds of Nusrat Principals teach the Qur'an of Allah. Nusrat complained  about...

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    Spotify: enjoy music like never before

    Riasat Raihan | Updated at 12:00am on April 14, 2019

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    The price of saying ‘no’

    Nasir Uz Zaman | Updated at 12:00am on April 14, 2019

    Victims of sexual harassments and stalking, particularly school students commit suicide or fall victim of further violence as legal system and society fails to protect them. Against all odds, Nusrat Jahan Rafi abandoned societal silence, she protested, she demanded justice. She refused to be a mere victim without a voice. Nusrat’s death exposes what happens when young women protest, writes Nasir Uz Zaman

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    Children of Heaven: struggle and compassion through children’s eyes

    Arafat-Al-Yeasin | Updated at 12:00am on April 14, 2019

    The 1997 Iranian film Children of Heaven, directed by Majid Majidi, is the portrayal of bonding between siblings and childhood memories. Majidi gives us a reflection of our awakening spiritual lives; immature in its understanding of the world, but profoundly rich in its emotional experience of it, reviews Arafat-Al-Yeasin

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    Of protest and patriarchal denial

    Shaikha Shuhada Panzeree | Updated at 12:00am on April 14, 2019

    Ninety-four per cent women commuting in public transport in Bangladesh have experienced sexual harassment in verbal, physical and other forms, a study by development organisation BRAC has revealed. In this context, when young women started commuting wearing a t-shirt that says, ‘do not stand too close’, one would imagine society would support the peaceful protest. Instead, it met with violent misogynist responses. Is the problem about women wearing a t-shirt as a medium of protest, a piece of clothing that is considered vulgar or unacceptable for girls by many of our men and women? Or is indicating at the subtle way of touching a woman without consent the problem? asks, Shaikha Shuhada Panzeree

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    Mahde Hasan documenting the city with all its glory and gloom

    Nahid Riyasad | Updated at 12:00am on April 14, 2019

    Young filmmaker Tanjeel Sultan Khan draws inspiration for his films from his surroundings. Whatever story interests him, Khan considers it as his own story. During a session with Riasat Raihan, he reveals his struggle and future plans with New Age Youth

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    Young leaders on students’ politics

    Nasir Uz Zaman | Updated at 12:00am on April 07, 2019

    Today students community has been depoliticised, young women are particularly discouraged to participate in active student politics. Against all odds, many women students of the University of Dhaka spoke truth to power, Nasir Uz Zaman writes about their views on students’ politics today.

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    Disappearing roots: stories of displacement

    Nahid Riyasad | Updated at 12:00am on April 07, 2019

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