Amar Ekushey Grantha Mela to be made more visitor-friendly: Noor
25 February 2015, Nirapad News: Minister for Cultural Affairs’ Asaduzzaman Noor inspected the Amar Ekushey Grantha Mela and said that the fair would be made more reader-friendly in future.
While talking to visitors at the fair, he said, “To make the fair more attractive to visitors and readers the premises would be made more comfortable in future. An initiative would be taken for easy movement of people from Bangla Academy to Suhrawardy Udyan. Next year we plan to materialize our plans.”
Earlier, he unveiled the covers of two books: Koutiller Arthoshastro and Nari Holey Tumi Meye. The first book is by Manik Mohammad Razzak, joint secretary, Ministry of finance and the second one is by Muna Selima.
Meanwhile at the fag end of the fair 83 new books arrived. It included the second edition of Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu’s Ghurey Daranor Rajnaitik-Orthonaitik Chinta and Tin Dagey Ghera Bangladesh.
The first one is a collection of 21 speeches delivered by the minister in parliament. It is 176 pages long. Its publisher Kaushik Mamun felt that because of its relevance to contemporary life the book has appealed to readers.