Archive for May, 2018

Hasib’s death in harness

Hasib’s death in harness

YOUNG LIVES MATTER The death of young garment worker Rashedul Islam Hasib exposed the way factory authorities are continuously violating the national labour laws.  The new safety regimes implemented after the Rana Plaza collapse are focused on the structural improvements of factory building or the new fire safety measures but, Hasib’s death had shattered young workers illusions of safety, writes […]

May 20, 2018 · 0 comments · Cover
I’m leaving my heart behind

I’m leaving my heart behind

After a decade of Monpura, Giasuddin Selim is back with another heart wrenching love story, Swapnajaal. This film, set in the 90s communal violence and aftermath of Bangladesh, however, has a strong parallel story. Swapnajaal has already seen critical appreciation as well as solid turnover. Shaikha Shuhada Panzeree reviews the film.    Set in the 1990s, against the backdrop of […]

May 20, 2018 · 0 comments · Art Culture
Be your own superhero

Be your own superhero

We live in a society where an individual’s every action, decision and feeling are judged by other people. With the advancement of social media, this judging and comparing game has gone way too far. An individual, after being judged for trifle matters, often feels downgraded. This could happen alternatively. Riasat Raihan writes about the significance of self-respect, importance of following […]

May 20, 2018 · 0 comments · Mindspeak
Memories with our mothers

Memories with our mothers

Mother a single word which recalls a gushing of memories, mostly sweet and cherishable. Motherhood holds values of equal stature in all cultures, religions and societies. On the backdrop of Mother’s Day, New Age Youth asked students to share a precious memory with their mother. Adrita Roy Birshrestha Noor Mohammad Public College, Dhaka. EVERYDAY with my mother is like a […]

May 20, 2018 · 0 comments · Voice
Campus news..!!

Campus news..!!

NETROKONA: On Tuesday, May 17, Bangladesh Hajong Student’s Organisation arranged their 8th National Hajong Students’ Council; Birishiri Cultural Academy, Netrokona hosted the three day long programme. EU: On Wednesday, May 16, Eastern University organised seminar on ‘Pre-Budget Thoughts: 2018-19’ at their campus. EWU: On Wednesday, May 16, Economics Club of East West University arranged a seminar to talk about the […]

May 20, 2018 · 0 comments · News
Selamat Datang: welcome to Malaysia

Selamat Datang: welcome to Malaysia

Even after being a very popular tourist destination, Malaysia is still all the same. It has to offer busy streets, beautiful beaches, wonderful street arts, museums and exquisite dining options. Sheikh Sadaf Tasin chooses Malaysia as his first abroad travel destination and shares his experience with New Age Youth. WHEN, my high school friend, Maheenul Islam, who was nearing his […]

May 20, 2018 · 0 comments · Travelogue
Soldier of fortune

Soldier of fortune

SONG REVIEW by Ishrak Ahmed Resham   The heavy metal pioneer Deep Purple, produced some of the most classic songs of all time in their best-selling Stormbringer album in 1974. This band is one of the still surviving names of metal today, even though all the original group members have changed since its inception in 1968. ‘Soldier of Fortune’ is […]

May 20, 2018 · 0 comments · FYI
The colour switch of banana

The colour switch of banana

SCIENCE FOR YOUTH by Hiya Islam Slice a couple of bananas and plop them in the cold milk waiting in your blender. Hey, add in those diced strawberries. Mangoes go equally great too! A minute of mechanic whirlpool and your smoothie is ready. You pour the ever-so-healthy drink in a glass. Drizzle some honey and garnish it with bits of […]

May 20, 2018 · 0 comments · FYI
Srijonshil: a creative caricature?

Srijonshil: a creative caricature?

For the last decade, public examinations of school and college level are having Srijonshil or structured question, a creative question pattern to test student’s ability on four different criteria. However, this system has become a concern for both the teachers and students. Lack of well trained teachers in this system is translating, unfortunately, into students failing to grasp the system […]

May 13, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Cover
The Alchemist: chemistry of motivation

The Alchemist: chemistry of motivation

Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist (1998) has been received alike by the readers and the critiques. This masterpiece intricately explores the meaninglessness of life as well as gives cure to it. Dreams are what makes us human and perusing own dream is what keeps us alive. Jabir Misbah reviews the classic. Finding the purpose of life is considered to be one […]

May 13, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Art Culture