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’Crossfire’ exhibition sparks angry police reaction

Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283445
01/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283446
02/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283447
03/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283448
04/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283449
05/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283451
06/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283452
07/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283453
08/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283454
09/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283455
10/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283503
11/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283504
12/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283505
13/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283506
14/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283507
15/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283519
16/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283520
17/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
Crossfire exhibition sparks angry police reaction 283521
18/18
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A photographic exhibition entitled ’Crossfire’ at a Dhamnodi gallery sparked strong reaction from the law local police mounted pressure on the Drik gallery authorities not to showcase the photographs that highlight the victims of torture and death. The elite police force RAB and other police are allegedly involved in extra judicial killings. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22/03/2010. Pathshala South Asian Media Academy was launched today at Drik Gallery, Dhaka, bringing world class journalism training to students and media professionals. Celebrated Indian human rights activist and writer Mahasweta Devi inaugurated the event. Nurul Kabir, editor of the New Age, M Hamid, CEO of RTV and Jorge Villacorta, curator from Peru, also spoke on the occasion.The Media Academy has been launched as an extension of Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography. Since opening in 1998 as the educational wing of Drik Picture Library, Pathshala has become one of the best photojournalism schools in the world. Training will now be extended to other sectors of the media, namely broadcasting, print and multimedia journalism. Pathshala will change its name to South Asian Media Academy to reflect the development.For the new training programmes, leading national and international trainers have been recruited. State-of-the-art training facilities will be provided. The aim is to build up a body of honest, courageous, energetic and skilled media professionals. Admission procedures will begin from April, 2010. The first courses are scheduled to begin in June, 2010.The launch of the Media Academy was followed by the unveiling of photography exhibition ‘Crossfire’, by photojournalist Shahidul Alam. The work, curated by renowned Peruvian curator Jorge Villacorta, features symbolic representations relating to the theme of crossfire and the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).
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