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Bangladesh: Analysis on draft National Youth Policy 2016

By Arup Barua Young people enjoy a critical juncture of human lives, where the transition from childhood to adulthood takes place. This phase goes beyond physical transformation, rather a set of transformation, which entails biological, psychological, socio-cultural and political adaptation. Age is the only parameter to define youth, but there …

Queen's Young Leader, Rakibul Hasan striking a pose with Her Excellency Ms. Marcia Stephens Bloom Bernicat, United Staes Ambassador to Bangladesh, during first ever 'Model SAARC Summit', organized by South Asian Youth Society in 2015. Photo: Tasmia Rahman Tanjin

Bangladeshi journalist Rakibul Hasan announced ‘Queen’s Young Leader’

[Rakibul Hasan is a young, dynamic journalist from Bangladesh associated with ‘The Bangladesh Today’. He is also a renowned activist constantly advocating the cause of better relations in the Sub-Continent. Mr. Hasan has also been a regular contributor to India’s First Online Muslim Newspaper ‘IndianMuslimObserver.com’. I congratulate Mr. Hasan on …

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3rd Biruni International Conference held in Dhaka

IMO News Service Dhaka, Bangladesh: On the occasion of the commemoration of the 966th demise anniversary of Abu Rayhan Biruni, one of the greatest Iranian scholars, scientists, mathematicians, philosophers, historians, and linguists, Abu Rayhan Biruni Foundation (ARBF), Dhaka organized the 3rd Biruni Interdisciplinary International Conference on the contribution of Muslim …

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Bangladesh: Leading youth to economic self sufficiency

Dhaka: A two-day-long exciting, interactive and capacity building workshop ‘Towards Trans-formative Career – Season II’ was organized by South Asian Youth Society (SAYS) in association with IABC | BRAC University in order to introduce the youth of our society to a wide range of career and educational opportunities available to …


Bangladesh: Sheikh Hasina government has failed, say opposition parties

By Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal Bangladesh, formerly known as East Bengal, a district within India, is deeply involved in serious, seemingly never-ending political crisis. Bangladesh has for quite some time been struggling to create a meaningful people’s democracy but unfortunately has not been able to achieve the objective primarily due …

SAYS freshers striking a pose with guests and senior members marking the end of the orientation program at EMK Centre, Dhaka on Thursday August 14, 2014. Photo: Rafiqul Alam Khan

Bangladesh: SAYS Freshers’ Reception-2014 held in Dhaka

By Rakibul Hasan It was a cloudy morning of August. Raindrops downed cats and dogs almost in every second. Downpour went even multiplied with the passage of times, later on. Still then the sun remained hazy..! But, someone drenched entirely felt the sun beam, saw the shine. Stagnant waters overwhelmed …

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Bangladesh: SAYS-TraumaLink First Responder Training held in EMK Centre

By Rakibul Hasan A large number of dedicated youth enthusiasts participated in ‘SAYS-TraumaLink Community First Responder Training Program’, which was jointly organized by region’s strong youth network, South Asian Youth Society (SAYS) and Traumalink Harvard Medical School at Edward M Kennedy (EMK) Centre, Dhaka on July 24, 2014. The program …

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‘Moditva’ implications in South Asia

By Rakibul Hasan   Proving numerous surveys home and abroad visible, BJP wins landslide collapsing mostly dominant Congress party in the 16th Lok Sabha election of India.  First sight-observation, conspicuously shows how an ultra nationalist, supra rightist BJP-led NDA (National Democratic Alliance) crushes away the secular Congress-led UPA (United Progressive …