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19 November, 2017 08:32:13 AM
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10 young poets awarded

KOBITAR KHOJE 2017
DL desk
10 young poets awarded

10 young poets of the country have been honoured with ‘Kobitar Khoje’ award for their poems. The awards ceremony and a recitation event held on Friday evening at Dipanpur, New Elephant Road in the capital. Noted Poet Mohammad Nurul Huda attended the event as the chief guest, while recitation artist Professor Rupa Chakraborty and the Editor of Jaldhi, Poet Nahida Ashrafi were present as special guests. 

A poetry competition event titled ‘Kobitar Khoje’, jointly organised by Ra’dia Inc. and Kotha Kobita Abritti, was arranged for the young poets to make youths of the country vibrant, literate and creative in Bengali literature and culture. In this regard, with love, rebellion, passion and urge for youth and excitement, young poets were invoked to submit their self-written poems. A jury board nominated the best ten poems from many young poets across the country who had sent their poems earlier.

The winners of the ‘Kobitar Khoje 2017’ are—Probal Kumar Das, Bappi Bhushan, Mohana, James Anjus, Mahbub Rahman, Ujjwal Bain, Ashik Milton Sarkar, Arif Shamsul, Masuma Runa and Aniket Rajesh.

Syed Rabius Shams, freelance Journalist and chief executive of Ra’da Inc. delivered the welcome speech at the ceremony. Recitation artist Nazmul Ahsan, the coordinator of Kotha Kobita Abriti and the joint initiator of 'Kobitar Khoje' expressed his gratitude to all.

After the award ceremony, the selected poems and favourite poems of the recitation artists were recited by Dr Shahadat Hossain Nipu, AKM Samsusddoha, Faizullah Sayd, Nazmul Ahsan, Masum Azizul Basar, Abu Naser Manik, Ahmed Shiplu, Tamanna Sarwar Nipa, Siddiqur Rahman Parvez, Amlan Datta Agh, Enam Azizul Islam, Kazi Bushra Ahmed Tithi, Misbahil Mokar Rabin, Mahfuza Akhtar, Polly Parvin, Khaled Hasan Mun, Khasnur Tabasasum, Sheikh Sadi Marjan, Alamgir Islam Shanto.

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Published by the Editor on behalf of Independent Publications Limited at Media Printers, 446/H, Tejgaon I/A, Dhaka-1215.
Editorial, News & Commercial Offices : Beximco Media Complex, 149-150 Tejgaon I/A, Dhaka-1208, Bangladesh. GPO Box No. 934, Dhaka-1000.

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