| নূরুল কবীর|
The Red Moulana
| November 1960Munshiganj|
Journalism, activism, and writing
Nairbachanik Swairatantra O Ganatantrer Sangram, The Red Moulana
Nurul Kabir (Bengali: নূরুল কবীর) is a Bangladeshi journalist, writer, columnist, editor, and activist. He is the editor of the New Age, the most outspoken newspaper in Bangladesh, highly regarded for its anti-establishment editorial policy. He was also the editor of the Bengali weekly Budhbar. Known for his upright journalism and bold political views, Kabir wrote many books, published numerous essays at both home and abroad, and presented many papers at regional, national, and international conferences. Nairbachanik Swairatantra O Ganatantrer Sangram and The Red Moulana are two of his most well-known books.
Nurul Kabir received a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Dhaka in 1983, and a Master of Arts degree in English from the same university in 1984. Also, Kabir studied advanced journalism at the Thompson Foundation in the UK in 1988, and was awarded the Jefferson fellowship for studying journalism at the East-West Center, the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Hawaii, the US, in 2004.
During his student life at Dhaka University, Kabir was a left-wing student leader and activist, who played an active role in forming the Students Committee of Action for Democracy in 1983; the Committee played a decisive role in fighting against the martial law regime during the eighties.The Red Moulana (2012)
Nairbachanik Swairatantra O Ganatantrer Sangram (2012)
Kathokota (a collection of interviews) (2014)
Nurul Kabir Wikipedia