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Ali Imam

Ali Imam at Dhaka University

Ali Imam is a Bangladeshi children's writer and audio-visual organizer.

Works

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Novo Theatre
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Novo Theatre designed by architect Ali Imam.

Imam has written more than 200 books, translated nearly 40. Child psychology, humanism and adventure is found in his writing. A simple style is available. Adventures, science fictions, stories related with historic events are the categories.

Ali Imam was the General Manager of Bangladesh Television and retired from the job in 2006.

He is now hosting two popular TV Talk shows in private channels and more concentrating

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