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Nizam Ahmed
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Nizam Ahmed, whose actual name is Nizamuddin Ahmed, ([email protected]) has been engaged in journalism for last 37 years. Currently he is the Business Editor of The daily Observer, Dhaka, from its inception. Before joining The Daily Observer, he served as a Special Correspondent in The Financial Express, Bangladesh from July 16, 2011 to December 31, 2013. In his long career he worked with multimedia Reuters as a text correspondent for 24 years, including 11 years as part-timer in Chittagong, before being shifted to Dhaka Bureau in early 1999. He completed his service term in Reuters in May 2011, as a Senior Political and General Correspondent. Nizam had his debut as a cub reporter in the now defunct The People’s View in Chittagong, where he also worked in the Daily Life, before joining the Dhaka-based The New Nation as the Chittagong Correspondent in early 1982. He founded Bangladesh News Agency (BNA) in Chittagong and operated it until he joined Reuters in Dhaka. BNA is now an online news portal operated by a company which bought the copyright from Nizam. Besides he used to contribute article to different newspapers time to time.
Nizam attended post graduation course on Political Science, in the University of Chittagong, before joining the profession.



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The Kaaba & the Masjid al Haram through the ages The first major renovation to the mosque took place in 692 on the orders of Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan ibn al-Hakam, the fifth Umayyad caliph, ruling from April 685 until his death in 705. Before this renovation, which included the mosque's outer walls being raised and decoration added to the ceiling, the mosque was a ...
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The Kaaba & the Masjid al Haram through ages Walking around the holy Kaaba by pilgrims never ends and the grand mosque - Masjid al Haram encompassing it is never closed as the devout Muslims emerging from different countries continue to frequent the sacred venue in Mecca, Saudi Arabia round the clock.People across the world watching the live telecast of the ritual on a ...
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War crimes, victims and prosecutionJust after the sundown on July 5, 1971, it was quiet, except occasional barking by stray dogs when our hideout was raided all on a sudden. We were taken off-guard as several Pakistani soldiers along with their local lackeys wielding automatic Chinese rifles stormed in shouting 'hands up.'We could not put up any resistance as ...
Jack Of All Trades
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Obaidul Quader and doctors at BSMMUAn air ambulance carrying ailing Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader who is also Road Transport and Bridges Minister, reached Mount Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore late on Monday bringing a sigh of relief for the Bangladesh government. Quader was flown to Singapore after Indian cardiologist Dr.  Devi Shetty approved his planned flight when examining Quader ...
Jack Of All Trades
Nizam Ahmed
Chemical fire, skyjack burn BD image The deadly chemical fire at Chawkbazar in the old part of the capital Dhaka and the attempted skyjacking of a Bangladesh Biman aircraft that ended in the killing of an alleged criminal at Chittagong airport,  have once again exposed slackness of the country's administration and loopholes in its security system, especially in the tightly surveilled ...
Jack Of All Trades
Nizam Ahmed
Controversial decisions and people's confidenceControversial decisions taken by a section of the ruling Awami League (AL) leaders often shake confidence of the people in the government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, who by dint of her statesmanship has become the indispensible leader of the country as it is poised to emerge a developed country within the next few years. ...
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Nizam Ahmed
Peace prevails in Bangladesh despite political instigationsBangladesh has been mostly going calm politically for more than four years amid occasional and sporadic heightened tensions on separate events like elections, anti government campaigns and student protests. The people are happy that overall peace is prevailing across the country despite the  government has turned down a demand for re-election of rival parties who ...
Jack Of All Trades
Nizam Ahmed
BD going ahead with its mega projectsRailway Minister Nurul Islam Sujan was heard absurd even by his fellow members at the Parliament late on Monday when in a statement during the session he said the government had taken an initiative to launch a high-speed train between the capital Dhaka and the port city of Chittagong to carry passengers in 57 minutes ...
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Should we show the door to rogue, unruly activists?Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in her televised address to the nation on Friday has identified the challenges of her government that began its third consecutive and the fourth term in the New Year  on January 7 after sweeping largely the one sided 11th parliamentary election held on December 30.Her rendering implies that forging national unity, ...
Jack Of All Trades
Nizam Ahmed
Are BD people becoming wary of politics?General people have gradually detached themselves from certain big parties, which often tried to indulge in destructive politics involving deadly violence in order to compel the government to meet their demands, often dubbed unconstitutional by the party in power.The recent destructive politics made the people afraid of certain politicians who want to drive the people ...
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