Sakib Rahman Siddique Shuvo | Updated at 12:00am on February 16, 2020
Landfills have impacts on the environment and the health of local people. In one of the entrances of the Dhaka city, Aminbazar landfill is standing with a complete violation of environmental laws without any necessary measures needed for a landfill, polluting the area every moment, writes Sakib Rahman Siddique Shuvo
New Age Youth desk | Updated at 12:00am on February 16, 2020
On February 14, Bangladesh Students’ Federation showed red-card to autocracy marking the Autocracy Resistance Day at the University of Dhaka. On February 14, Bangladesh Marma...
Ahad Adnan | Updated at 12:00am on February 16, 2020
Life gives at least one chance, even to a coward, to become brave and rise above. When that time comes to Anil Bagchi, a shy youth, he was at the gunpoint of Pakistani military. He stood still on the path of honesty and truthfulness, even on the face of death. His last hours, on the setting of 1971 liberation war, were the theme of the movie Anil Bagchir Ekdin (2015). Ahad Adnan reviews the film
New Age Youth | Updated at 12:00am on February 16, 2020
This year’s February 14 marks four different days: Autocracy Resistance Day, the Sunderbans Day, Pahela Falgun and Valentine’s Day. Young people shares what February 14...
Nazmul Islam Dawn | Updated at 12:00am on February 16, 2020
JOLMANUSH literally translates into water-people but not necessarily pirates. Pirate is usually a negative character where Jolmanush is something more. Chanakya Barai’s novel Jolmanush, published...
Sakib Abdullah | Updated at 12:00am on February 16, 2020
WULUL Antor’s novel Suryasarothi is published in the Ekushey Book Fair 2020 from Gronthik Prokashon. The word ‘suryasarothi’ means the charioteer of the chariot of...
Nasir Uz Zaman | Updated at 12:00am on February 09, 2020
As we are just a few days away from welcoming the first day of spring, Nasir Uz Zaman writes about the many histories hidden underneath the story spring celebration — the Pahela Falgun 1426
Nahid Riyasad | Updated at 12:00am on February 09, 2020
Jayatu Chakma studied fine arts at the University of Chittagong and Rabindra Bharati University. The stories of Jumma people’s lifestyle, existence, their struggle and uniqueness have been a major theme of his artworks. During an interview with Nahid Riyasad for New Age Youth, he shares his journey as an artist