Archive for September, 2017

Bhoyonkor Sundor: A dark story of an affluent girl

Bhoyonkor Sundor: A dark story of an affluent girl

Bhoyonkor Sundor is the second attempt of young Bengali film director Animesh Aich. Here, a psycho-psychical trauma unfolds itself within a woman tormented by distinctive living standard, in a modern metropolitan city. This movie illuminates a problem which is still tormenting a multitude of people in the capital city of Dhaka, writes Nahid Riyasad. UNDERLYING an innocent love story, which […]

September 24, 2017 · 0 comments · Film Review
The homecoming of Durga

The homecoming of Durga

With folded hands, my prayers at the feet of the Goddess. Jai Maa Durga! — kaleiodoscopic kanvas  Durga Puja, yet another moment in our lives in which mythology, religious practice and culture interacts with each other. Nasif Tanjim writes about a daughter’s return to her troubled home and the promises she brings with her focusing mainly on different versions of […]

September 24, 2017 · 0 comments · Mindspeak
Campus news.

Campus news.

Eastern University arranges Admission Fair The Admission Open House Fair for Fall 2017 Semester of Eastern University started at the university premises on September 18, 2017. Mr. Mohammed Ali Azzam, Chairman of Admission Committee, EU inaugurated this Program in presence of Mr. Md. Azizul Islam, Chairman, BoT; Prof. Dr. Abdur Rab, Vice Chancellor; Treasurer; Deans; Registrar; Chairpersons; Teachers; Officials and […]

September 24, 2017 · 0 comments · News
From hills to ocean….

From hills to ocean….

From lush green of Bandarban to the blue waves of Bay of Bengal, it was a travel of a life time for Raaisa Tariq. She shares her experience with New Age Youth.     Travelling is a great way to escape your busy life and peek into how the rest of the world lives. It is certainly an attractive activity which […]

September 24, 2017 · 0 comments · Travelogue
Celebrating Durga Puja..!!

Celebrating Durga Puja..!!

Durga Puja is right around the corner. It is the annual celebration of Mother Goddess, and the victory of the revered warrior Goddess Durga over the evil buffalo demon Mahishasura. The festival honours the powerful female force (shakti) in the universe. On this occasion, New Age Youth spoke with students about their memories and experience of the festival. Tell us […]

September 24, 2017 · 0 comments · Voice
SONG REVIEW Who wants to break free? By Samin Sakib

SONG REVIEW Who wants to break free? By Samin Sakib

‘Queen’ is a classic British rock band formed in London back in 1970. ‘I want to Break Free‘ was the second single taken from Queen’s 11th studio album, ‘The Works’. It was released in the U.K and then in U.S a few weeks apart in April 1984, the single flew up the U.K charts to number three, but stalled at […]

September 24, 2017 · 0 comments · FYI
GAME REVIEW Ride 2  by Zimmer Hossain

GAME REVIEW Ride 2 by Zimmer Hossain

Publisher Square Enix has done a great amount of good for gamers around the world with hit titles such as Yoko Shimumura’s Final Fantasy XV, Deus ex series, the episodic Hitman, Tomb Raider and many acclaimed favourites. In the later months of 2016, developers of Milestone released their second instalment to their already profound motorcycle racer, Ride 2. Avid motorcycle […]

September 24, 2017 · 0 comments · FYI
Welcoming Maa Durga!

Welcoming Maa Durga!

Dristy Rahman writes about the celebration of Durga Puja. Devi paksha is the waxing phase of the moon that comes in the month of Ashwin as per the Hindu lunar calendar. The holy occasion of Mahalaya is the first day of Durga Puja or Navratri. This day marks the beginning of the grand festival and prayers are offered to invite […]

September 24, 2017 · 0 comments · Cover
Habiba Nowrose’s ‘Concealed’

Habiba Nowrose’s ‘Concealed’

Habiba Nowrose, a photographer and artist talks about her latest exhibition with New Age Youth. The exhibition titled Concealed just ended at Kala Kendra, Dhaka. Every human being carries around several identities, most of them are determined by a number of factors including race, gender, religion etc.. With her love of pattern on fabric and keen interest in identities, Habiba […]

September 17, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Icon
Prank : Humor or Humiliation?

Prank : Humor or Humiliation?

Samia Sultana Lira reflects on the recent incidences of prank in public places, mostly by group of young men to earn online accolades and likes. They say, ‘Just for fun.’ Is it? You wake up in the morning with an alarm tone. A busy day ahead! You hurry for the washroom lest you should get late for classes. Taking toothpaste […]

September 17, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Mindspeak