Mahbub Anam

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Mahbub Anam
Native name
মহবুব আনাম
Born (1931-03-28)March 28, 1931
Died July 9, 2001(2001-07-09) (aged 70)
Nationality Bangladeshi
Parent(s) Abul Mansur Ahmed (father)
Relatives Mahfuz Anam (brother)

Mahbub Anam (March 28, 1931 – July 9, 2001) was a Bangladeshi journalist and writer. He was the editor of The Bangladesh Times.[1]

Early life

Anam's father Abul Mansur Ahmed was a satirist and politician of Bengal. His younger brother Mahfuz Anam is the editor of The Daily Star. Anam was actively involved in politics from his student life. He was the general secretary of Salimullah Muslim Hall of Dhaka University in 1954-55 and was appointed acting publications secretary of the Jukta Front on behalf of the Awami League in 1954.[1]

Career

Anam also served as the general manager of Jamuna Oil Company and the director of Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation.[1]

Anam served as the president of the Nattyamancho Bangladesh and Bangladesh Sahitya Sangskriti Kendro and was involved with Bangladesh Film Censor Board and Bangladesh Public Library Special Committee.[1]

Works

Anam wrote Amra Bangladeshi Amra Bangalee and Itihasher Shikriti Bonam Bikriti.

Awards

  • Bhasha Andoloner Bir Sainik Padak by the then president Ziaur Rahman
  • Matribhasha Padak by Tamaddun Majlish
  • Independence Day Award
  • Sher-e-Bangla Gold Medal
  • Moulana Akram Khan Gold Medal
  • Kaloddhani Padak
  • Tribhuj Gold Medal

References

  1. ^ a b c d "13th death anniversary of Mahbub Anam today". The Daily Star. July 9, 2014.
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