About Saif Hasnat
Saif Hasnat, also known as Saifullah Saif Hasnat, is a journalist based in Bangladesh. He currently works at the United News of Bangladesh (UNB) and also contributes freelance reports to various international publications, including The New York Times.
Starting his career as a cricket reporter in 2013, Saif has since broadened his scope to cover a range of topics in Bangladesh, from politics to natural disasters, people's lives to civil liberties, and more. He has written about important events such as Bangladesh's first educational institute for transgenders, the government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the amendment of a law to include the death penalty for rape cases.
Saif's work has earned him recognition and his writing has been published in The New York Times, where he was first featured as an independent reporter in June 2021. He also reported for the HuffPost, The Quint. In addition to his journalism, Saif is also a talented lyricist and story writer, and his work can be found on Soundcloud and in his first storybook available on Rokomari.
Some of his works:
United News of Bangladesh (UNB): http://unb.com.bd/authors/71
The New York Times: Migrant workers flee Dhaka, Concern over Delta variant, for all Click Here
HuffPost: Two bylines-- Bangladesh's first school for transgenders and another is here.
Dhaka Courier: http://dhakacourier.com.bd/single_author/446Sportskeeda: https://www.sportskeeda.com/profile/saif-hasnat
He is reachable at:Twitter: https://twitter.com/saifhasnat