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    Kalpana Chakma and Michael Chakma: silencing Jumma voices

    Anika Anjum Aurny | Updated at 12:00am on July 14, 2019

    The enforced disappearances of Kalpana and Michael Chakma expose a policy of state-sponsored violence on Jumma community of Chittagong Hill Tracts, writes Anika Anjum Aurny

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

    Campus News

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    Deshi Agro: fresh dairy for the community

    Ahsan Habib | Updated at 12:00am on July 14, 2019

    Four university graduates from Narayanganj, to entertain their hobby, started a cow-fattening farm called Deshi Agro. Acting on the local market demand, they later started to produce raw milk. Abdan Sakur Rusafa, a member of the team, shares their story with New Age Youth

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    Youths on Bangladesh’s World Cup performance

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

    Bangladesh cricket team has wrapped up its ICC World Cup 2019 campaign. Apart from some brilliant individual performances, the team performance and the standing in the points table were mediocre. Young minds share their thoughts with New Age Youth on Bangladesh cricket team’s performance

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    City is glowing with EIDA’s Nightdriver

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

    HAVE you ever wondered how the Dhaka city would look from the galaxies? Would it be dark or would it be with so much light? EIDA’s new single will tell you how Dhaka city glows like a star at night.

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    Drowning of Bodhi

    Ishtiaque Foysol | Updated at 12:00am on July 14, 2019

    Youth Poetry

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    Animal rights condition in Bangladesh

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

    Animal welfare is not a much-talked-about topic. Despite the fact, there are a handful of organisations that unite animal lovers of Bangladesh who work for welfare of animals as well as stand for their rights. After talking to such activists Nahid Riyasad writes about animal rights and welfare condition

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    Charulata to fourth industrial revolution era: cultural changes

    Sakib Rahman Siddique Shuvo | Updated at 12:00am on July 07, 2019

    Charulata is one of the masterpieces of Satyajit Ray. Ray’s wonderful making of the film creates the need in the audience to not only think about relationship and loneliness, but also social construction and political reality of the late nineteenth century, writes Sakib Rahman Siddique Shuvo