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Tonima Tasnim Ananna’s visionary aspirations
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Tonima Tasnim Ananna’s visionary aspirations

The underrepresentation of women and girls in leadership positions and higher education in fields of science remains a systematic problem. However, over the last few decades, the scenario has changed significantly. Now, more than ever, women around the world are shattering centuries of misbeliefs and making noteworthy contributions in science.

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  • Youth Opportunities

    NIG Summer Internship Program in Japan 2021 (Fully Funded)

  • A Christmas like never before

    About two weeks ago, while we were discussing our Christmas plans and expressing our sorrows for not being able to meet each other in person this year, my cousin Ritika came up with a unique solution.

  • Working towards a cleaner, safer nation

    Over the years, they frequently cleaned up the streets through the help of their volunteers. They have also received governmental help from the city corporation. “Asun Kichu Kori helps with free medical care in medical camps. Our members identify as blood donors, and we are working to build an active blood bank,” mentions Rayhan.

  • Joyous Christmas preparations in full swing

    On Christmas Eve, Dhaka radiates a joyous and youthful spirit, as the final preparations for one of the year’s biggest festivals go on. People around the world will be looking to celebrate this auspicious day with friends, family and loved ones.

  • Bangladeshi astrophysicist Tonima Tasnim Ananna on SN Top 10 Scientists list

    Popular bi-weekly magazine Science News published their 2020 edition of SN Top 10 Scientists for this year. For the sixth consecutive year, Science News featured 10 early and mid-career scientists who are aiming to solve some of science’s biggest challenges.

  • Inside the mind of Asia’s Top Outstanding Youth Marketer, Md Tajdin Hassan

    Asia Marketing Federation (AMF) is a collaboration platform for all marketing federations in Asia, working towards strengthening the Asian marketing fraternity. The organisation has awarded its prestigious YWN Marketing Excellence Award 2020 to The Daily Star’s Head of Marketing, Md Tajdin Hassan.

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  • Youth Opportunities

    Call For Applications: Global Policy, Diplomacy, and Sustainability (GPODS) Fellowship 2021

  • World Youth Army combats the pandemic earnestly

    Ayesha Akther Eti, a student of Jahangirnagar University and Founder of Worth Youth Army, formed the non-profit organisation in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Television as a reprieve in trying times

    Watching television is an enjoyable way of winding down after a long day, and experiencing a range of emotions not on offer to us in our mundane lives.

  • Bangladesh Brand Summit 2020: Nurturing Upcoming Brand Experts

    Northern University Bangladesh presents Bangladesh Brand Summit 2020 had its second panel discussion of day two, on ‘Nurturing Upcoming Brand Experts’.

  • The Game of Viral Content and Credibility

    The second session on day two of Northern University Bangladesh presents Bangladesh Brand Summit 2020 began with a panel discussion on ‘The Game of Viral Content and Credibility’.

  • Bangladesh Brand Summit 2020: The Vital Role of Data in Building Brands

    Think Content’s first-ever flagship initiative, Northern University of Bangladesh presents Bangladesh Brand Summit 2020, in association with The Daily Star, Samakal, and Channel i Online began its second day today as the participants heard from Harish Agarwal, the Managing Partner of EY Bangladesh and Kolkata, who conducted a keynote session on “The Vital Role of Data in Building Brands.”

  • Bangladesh Brand Summit 2020: The Role of Brands during COVID 19

    Organised by Think Content, Northern University Bangladesh presents Bangladesh Brand Summit 2020, in association with the Daily Star, Samakal and Channel i Online, had an exclusive session consisting of local speakers who talked about the role of brands during the pandemic.

  • BYLC to hold virtual Youth Carnival 2020 on December 19

    To celebrate the unwavering spirit of youth even in the face of a global pandemic, Bangladesh Youth Leadership Center (BYLC) will be hosting its second youth carnival on December 19, 2020.

  • Bangladesh Brand Summit 2020: Discussion on ‘Innovation for Brand Growth’

    When we have a conversation about brands, one of the vital elements to appraise is innovation. In the first keynote session of Northern University Bangladesh presents Bangladesh Brand Summit 2020, in association with The Daily Star,

  • The Digital Transition: Is it really effective?

    Think Content’s first ever flagship initiative, Northern University of Bangladesh presents Bangladesh Brand Summit 2020, in association with The Daily Star, Samakal, and Channel I Online, kicked off today.

  • Bangladesh Brand Summit 2020: How a Data-Driven Approach Can Build A Stronger Brand

    In the second session of Northern University Bangladesh presents Bangladesh Brand Summit 2020, in association with The Daily Star, Samakal and Channel I Online, participants learned about how a Data-Driven Approach Can Build A Stronger Brand. It is an initiative of Think Content.

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  • An earnest effort to serve New York’s families in need

    Long Island (LI) Helpers is a youth-led, collaborative grassroots effort that grew out of a necessity to ensure that residents in Long Island and beyond were able to feed their families at the height of the devastation of the Covid-19 pandemic in New York. Fawzia Syed and Misha Khan, young Bangladeshis based in New York, started the voluntary organisation as Co-founders.

  • Write to Fight Post COVID-19 Era: The youth’s perspective on tackling the crisis

    Youth Opportunities and IPDC Finance Limited recently arranged an essay competition titled, ‘Write to Fight Post COVID-19 Era’, a national writing competition for Bangladesh’s Recovery Idea and Plan:

  • Empowering children of fishermen

    Children residing in Pirojpur District have very limited access to education and have little or no knowledge about the usage of the internet and technology.

  • Laugh Later organises a rendezvous with cartoonists

    'Yet Another Untimely Rendezvous of Cartoonists’, a crowdsourced storyboarding event took place at Pathao Headquarters on Saturday, December 5. The event was attended by 12 comic enthusiasts and cartoonists, maintaining safety protocols and social distancing.

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    Cartoon People Comics

  • Youth Opportunities

    For creating a better world free from poverty, hunger and many other social, economic and environmental issues the Sustainable Development

  • Tales of traditions, spices and herbs

    Songsari is a spice and herbal product venture that intends to be a part of everyone’s family. Food enthusiasts Dolon Champa Dutta and Tazrin Farzana Zinia primarily started Songsari on July 15, 2020,

  • Crafting journals of creativity

    While 2020 will be remembered for how difficult it was for everyone, there are some fortunate people who utilised the extra time at home effectively. Shoilee Islam,

  • Ensuring equality by dismantling social injustices

    Gender Justice is a non-profit legal and policy advocacy organisation with steadfast commitment to addressing the chain of circumstances relevant to gender- based violence and inequality.

  • Working towards safe travelling and spaces for women

    Travelettes of Bangladesh, a female-led tourist organisation, recently celebrated their fourth founding anniversary across the country through a tree plantation programme.

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