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The Daily Star
19 Karwan Bazar
The Daily Star established its place in the media scene of Bangladesh on January 14, 1991. It started its journey with a sense of challenge and a feeling of humility to serve this nation as a truly independent newspaper. The newspaper made its debt at a h
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Mahfuz Anam, editor of ...
Mahfuz Anam, editor of Bangladesh's Daily Star, is currently facing billions of dollars in lawsuits.
In 1997 Bangladesh Freedom Foundation (BFF) emerged out of a group of eminent citizens and and at the time Ford Foundation formally requested Mr. Mahfuz Anam, Editor, The Daily Star, to serve as the Chairperson of an Advisory Committee to oversee the process.
The Foundation (BFF) was then formally registered as a Trust in September 1997 with Mr. Mahfuz Anam and Prof. Rehman Sobhan, Chairperson, Center for Policy Dialogue, as the founding Chairperson and Treasurer respectively.
The Foundation was then formed and registered as a Trust in September 1997 with Mr. Mahfuz Anam, the Editor and Publisher of the Daily Star and Professor Rehman Sobhan, the Chairman of the Center for Policy Dialogue (CPD), as the founding Chairperson and Treasurer respectively.
Bangladesh Freedom Foundation and The Daily Star jointly organised a roundtable on the decline in science education at secondary level
Mahfuz Anam, editor and publisher of The Daily Star and hounarable trustee member of BFF , said a society without strong scientific basis is unimaginable in today's world order and a nation cannot survive without the knowledge of science and technology.
Climate change challenges are in a way a great opportunity to advance science education in the country, as solutions to its adverse impacts lie in science and technology, he mentioned.
BFF-Prothom Alo Roundtable entitled "Disinterest in Science Education: Our Responsibilities" organized
Mr. Mahfuz Anam, Editor and publisher of Daily Star and Mr. Motiur Rahman, editor of daily Prothom Alo also attended the program.