Md Shamshul Arafin | Updated at 12:00am on April 05, 2020
Md Shamshul Arafin is in self-quarantine with his wife at an apartment in Dhaka. Drawing from his experiences he talks about the COVID-19 outbreak, people’s fear and helplessness
Md Talebur Islam Rupom | Updated at 12:00am on April 05, 2020
Travelling allows people to see the world differently and newly. After staying over three months in Indonesia, Md Talebur Islam Rupom writes about their incredible foods, mosques, temples, culture, language, beaches and people.
Afnan Rahman | Updated at 12:00am on April 05, 2020
Starting its journey in 2018, Brihonnola is a volunteer organisation working to create a space for the transgender community in the mainstream social and economic periphery and aims to dispel heterosexual stigmas. The volunteer based organisation wants to create a pluralist society by engaging youth in schools and making them aware about transgender communities, writes Afnan Rahman
New Age Youth desk | Updated at 12:00am on April 05, 2020
Youth share their thoughts about the government measures to address the COVID-19 crisis with New Age Youth
Riasat Raihan | Updated at 12:00am on April 05, 2020
IN THE midst of COVID-19 outbreak, West Indies cricketer Dwayne Bravo, also known as DJ Bravo, who enjoys a side career as singer-rapper comes up...
Sultan Ahmed Niloy | Updated at 12:00am on April 05, 2020
Fatherly affection is something that can give us some comfort even in the days of crisis. Sultan Ahmed Niloy is a young photographer.
Istiaque Ahmed Nahian | Updated at 12:00am on March 29, 2020
As the country is gripped with the fear of rapidly spreading COVID 19, all educational institutions are closed as part of preventive measures to stop the contagion. Istiaque Ahmed Nahian writes about the ways students are spending time at home and the ways they could lend their hands in facing the crisis.
Rahat Karim | Updated at 12:00am on March 29, 2020
In 2011, Steven Soderbergh directed ‘Contagion’ which has become very much relevant as the world is going through a pandemic and the movie is hauntingly similar to today’s reality. The movie shows how deforestation and destroying habitats of animals can create viruses that has potential to claim millions of lives, writes Rahat Karim