Ridwanul Haque | Updated at 12:00am on March 29, 2020
While COVID-19 is wreaking havoc across the globe, media reports show how underprepared Bangladesh government is for the pandemic, despite having more than two months to take necessary measures. A pandemic of this scale will destabilise the market and carry risk of creating serious food shortage. How are we going to tackle the situation, asks Ridwanul Haque
New Age Youth desk | Updated at 12:00am on March 29, 2020
On March 25, a group of youth in Chandpur under the banner ‘Tarunner Agradut’ began distributing groceries among day labourers and rickshaw pullers in the...
Sakib Rahman Siddique Shuvo | Updated at 12:00am on March 29, 2020
Dhaka has been in the bottom of air-quality indexes in the recent times. Being exposed to the Dhaka air for substantially longer time poses serious threats to health. There are six pollutants considered as the Criteria Air Pollutant for their abundances as pollutants in the atmosphere and their ability to harm human health and other life forms and Dhaka air is brimming with them, writes Sakib Rahman Siddique Shuvo
New Age Youth | Updated at 12:00am on March 29, 2020
As a preventive measure against possible spread of COVID-19, all the academic institutes are closed amidst the pandemic. New Age Youth collects some responses on how the youths are spending their time at home
Emran Hossain | Updated at 12:00am on March 29, 2020
Dong is the best friend of human. Canine and human can form friendship very quickly as seen in the Chittagong Railway Station. Emran Hossain is...
Riasat Raihan | Updated at 12:00am on March 29, 2020
ABEL Makkonen Tesfaye popularly known as ‘The Weeknd’ has been a top artist in R&B music lovers’ playlist since the early 2010s. ‘After Hours’ is...
Nahid Riyasad | Updated at 12:00am on March 22, 2020
Nearly three decades later, in a student body elections mired in controversy, Dhaka University Central Students’ Union was restored in March 2019. As the committee is completing its terms, Nahid Riyasad writes about the election pledges, student expectations and the reality of DUCSU
Nasir Uz Zaman | Updated at 12:00am on March 22, 2020
After nearly three decades, Dhaka University Central Students’ Union elections were held in 2019. On March 23, the DUCSU committee will officially complete its term. During an interview with Nasir Uz Zaman for New Age Youth, the vice president of DUCSU and joint convener of Bangladesh Students’ Rights Council, Nurul Haque Nur talked about his experiences in union and the future of DUCSU