The first child journalists news service in Bangla
A path-breaker in children’s right to express and their right to information
Children aged 11-17 were chosen competitively and trained to practice journalism. Thousands have been enrolled so far across Bangladesh in a programme hailed by UNICEF as one of the finest it has partnered with
The UN body part-financed the project for the first 18 months, and is now sustained by bdnews24.com
Arts is the literary hub of bdnews24.com that spans reviews, interviews, criticism, artwork, poetry, fiction, and non-fiction, news from the scene, and many other aspects of Bangladesh’s literary culture
The beauty of the Bangla language and its global cultural impact is enshrined by Arts
Stripe is an online magazine and news portal aimed at the youth of Bangladesh. Stripe aims to entertain its readers while also engaging them with relevant and useful information, eventually instilling a greater sense of awareness and critical thinking in the nation’s youth.
The Stripe is a youth based facet of bdnews24.com, Bangladesh’s largest online news publisher, and holds itself to the boldness and high standards of journalistic integrity that bdnews24.com is known for.
BPL, the publishing entity of bdnews24.com, aims to create new readers. Its books intend to set new standards both in terms of content and production quality. BPL also plays a role in preserving history with its array of antique and rare books. In addition, its offerings for children aim to foster the habit of reading books among the young.