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    Nasreen Huq: ‘a rose with a purpose’

    Tasmiah Sadika | Updated at 12:00am on May 12, 2019

    In remembrance of Nasreen Huq (1958-2006), a courageous activist and visionary development practitioner writes Tasmiah Sadika

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    News

    New Age Youth Desk | Updated at 12:00am on May 12, 2019

    Campus News

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    On my block: a Netflix original

    Hiya Islam | Updated at 12:00am on May 12, 2019

    On My Block explores gang violence, parental issues, camaraderie, love and most importantly, faith. This show is sure to get you emotional on a number of occasions. And with its sense of humor, you will be hooked. After finishing both seasons of On My Block, Hiya Islam reviews the Netflix Series

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    The hype of Avengers: Endgame

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

    Avengers: Endgame is the final piece to wrap up the saga that includes previous twenty-one movies. Bangladeshi youth have shown tremendous interest in the movie by standing in long queues for hours. Students have shared their thoughts about the hype this movie has created with New Age Youth

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    Under a blanket, one winter

    Noor Ul Huda | Updated at 12:00am on May 12, 2019

    Youth Poetry

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    Daily chores

    Amdad Tanim | Updated at 12:00am on May 12, 2019

    Youth Photography

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    500 days of summer: an observation on relationship and growing up

    Arafat-al-Yeasin | Updated at 12:00am on May 05, 2019

    Directed by Marc Webb and released in 2009, ‘500 Days of Summer’ is a romantic movie that toys with the idea of true love that we are accustomed to on screen. This film is not just about love, about how things don't last forever and about how music and movies and idealised version of love that we experience as children, as teenagers are — not at time realistic, reviews Arafat-al-Yeasin

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    Murder, bystanders and Kitty Genovese

    Hiya Islam | Updated at 12:00am on May 05, 2019

    Getting help during an emergency is significantly low when there are more people present around the situation. This phenomenon is known as ‘The Bystanders Effect’. Reasons for this include lack of strength or expertise, fear of personal harm and assumptions that others are more capable to help, writes Hiya Islam

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    News

    New Age Youth Desk | Updated at 12:00am on May 05, 2019

    Campus News

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    Roshodbari: denouncing social expectations

    Md Nazmul Hassan | Updated at 12:00am on May 05, 2019

    A group of young graduates from Comilla University, reluctant to conform to their family and social expectations, choose unconventional career path. They wanted to do something of their own and here comes the idea of Roshodbari, an online food delivery service for the Comilla city. So, it’s time to disappoint social expectations and work for what you want, writes Md Nazmul Hassan, one of Roshodbari’s co-founders

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