Mohammad Tauhidul Islam Special Correspondent, Business Desk, Maasranga Television Mohammad Tauhidul Islam is Dhaka (Capital of Bangladesh) based broadcast journalist, popularly known as Mohammad Tauhid. He spent 10 years in TV journalism; specialize in business and economic news. External trade relations, international organization i.e. IMF, World Bank, WTO issues related to Bangladesh, commodity and money market is his area of work. He is also interested in climate change and development challenge. Last few years, he turned his focus on governance and corruption related stories. He was awarded best reporter in 2012 for investigating Niko bribery Scandal in Bangladesh and Canada by Economic Reporters Forum (ERF). He trained in International Anti-corruption Academy (IACA) to enhance his knowledge base in corruption fighting and journalistic purpose. He was awarded UN RAF memorial journalist fellowship in 2015. As a fellow joined 70th general assembly and SDG summit in UN . Mr. Islam completed his graduation on International Relations from Dhaka University. After completion of graduation, part time feature reporter turned to a journalist. Now it is passion for him to uncover new stories which, serves peoples interest and raise policy debate. 34 years old Mr. Islam served two tv station previously (NTV and Banglavision) and covered Rana Plaza disaster, WTO eighth ministerial conference in 2011, US Presidential election in 2008, global commodity market volatility and rice crisis and many more important event. He is also alumni of Reuters foundation.
It is a ten minute documentary on MDG to SDG transition. Here I focus on what Bangladesh achieved through MDG and what goals comes in to achieve. What is there next development priority is it reflected in proposed SDG.
This is a news piece on SDG summit preview before it start in UN. IT highlights the goals and UN course of action to implement those goals. It is done under my UN RAF memorial fellowship.
This is a documentary on pilot training program in Bangladesh. Potential of this profession and global aviation dinamics. What need to be done to produce good pilot in Bangladesh?
Cycling revival: It's a ten minute documentary on young people opt for cycling to avoid heavy traffic. It's a new trend that change the cycle market in Dhaka. Cycle exporters now interested about local market demand and new company rush to reap the opportunity.