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    12 Angry Men: the epitome of cinematic excellence

    Manita Islam | Updated at 12:00am on July 26, 2020

    12 Angry Men is a critically acclaimed American courtroom drama film directed by Sidney Lumet in 1957. Manita Islam writes about the film

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    Agriculture sector at distress

    Abir Hasan | Updated at 12:00am on July 26, 2020

    Abir Hasan talks about the COVID-19, its effects on the agriculture of Bangladesh and lack of specific plans and policies in the national budget to overcome the hurdles

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    In between the lines of life and death

    Tasnuva Islam | Updated at 12:00am on July 26, 2020

    High-Risk Pregnancy and Premature Birth: Causes and Advice, is a support platform and has successfully completed their first-year journey. Tasnuva Islam writes about the entire experience and hopes that people will know more about high risk pregnancy and general pregnancy from the platform

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    Road Safety Movement members demand safer roads

    New Age Youth desk | Updated at 12:00am on July 26, 2020

    On July 25, Road Safety Movement members, a joint platform of road safety movement activists, demanded safer roads in a press conference at Crime Reporters' Association of Bangladesh in Dhaka.

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    EBL Women Banking holds webinar on employment challenges

    New Age Youth desk | Updated at 12:00am on July 26, 2020

    On July 24, EBL Women Banking arranged a webinar on employment challenges titled COVID-19 and The Millennials: Employment Challenges and The Way Forward.

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    University of Asia Pacific holds webinar on COVID-19

    New Age Youth desk | Updated at 12:00am on July 26, 2020

    On July 17, University of Asia Pacific arranged a webinar focusing on students’ dos and don’ts during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    COVID-19: Students demand reduction in mess rent

    Nasir Uz Zaman | Updated at 12:00am on July 19, 2020

    Students across the country are demanding reduced rent for their accommodation in mess system. The COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent economic slowdown have impacted students and their household income. In this time of economic hardship, many students, particularly those living in the urban areas have been evicted for their failure to pay the rents. Recently, students in Dhaka, Cumilla and Jashore and other urban areas have taken to the street demanding a subsidised rent for their mess. Nasir Uz Zaman writes talking to the students involved in this movement

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    The debacle of house rents and the government’s role

    Shawkat Ali | Updated at 12:00am on July 19, 2020

    Media reports have shown that thousands of families are leaving Dhaka in a desperate attempt to cut down on the costs during the crisis period. House rents are a major concern for them as the rents can take up to half of the earning of a person. Shawkat Ali talks about the debacle of house rents and government’s unwillingness to address the issue

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