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Biography : Rakib Hasan


Rakib Hasan is a Bangladeshi detective story writer. He is the creator of the Teen Goenda (Three Detectives) series of juvenile detective novels, published by Sheba Prokashoni. He was born in Comilla.

Background
He completed his SSC and HSC from Feni and BSC from Adamji Cantonment College. Before writing thriller and detective stories, he was associated with many other works. He worked as the assistant editor of the magazine `Rohossho Potrika'. In 1977, he met Sheikh Abdul Hakim and went to Sheba Prokashoni. Qazi Anwar Hussain inspired him.

Rakib Hasan may be called the translator of Tin Goenda, but not the creator.The 'Tin Goenda' series originates from The Three Investigators series by Robert Arthur, Jr.. In those Tin Goenda stories where there's a character called "Georgina Parker", it's actually not taken from Three Investigators series. It's from the Famous Five series by Enid Blyton. The first five or six books in the series are based on books by Robert Arthur, Jr.

Adaptation and Translation
Hasan has adapted more than 150 books and translated nearly 30. He also translated the `Tarzan' series and the `Arabian Nights'. His wrote his first book under a pen name and his first translated work was Dracula. He wrote Uronto Saucer, a book about flying saucers. His best known work is Vin Groher Manush (The Aliens), a composition of many short stories about the evidence of aliens landing on the earth.

Although most of his works are translations of famous detective and thriller stories in English, he must be credited for taking out these stories to the Bengali youth, most of whom would have never been able to read them if they haden't been translated.

Teen Goenda
Tin Goyenda is a very popular and one of the most famous series of juvenile detective novels published in Bangladesh by Sheba Prokashoni. It is actually a Bengali remake of the famous English series The Three Investigators by Robert Arthur. Rakib Hassan started this famous series and later Shamsuddin Nawab took over from him. The Tin Goyenda series is a subseries of Kishore Thriller (Juvenile Thriller) series of Sheba Prokashoni. Apart from Tin Goyenda, Kishore Thriller Adventure is another sub-series.

 
Few Books of Rakib Hasan
Tin Goyenda Volume 114 by Rakib Hasan
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Tin Goyenda Volume 2-2 by Rakib Hasan
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Tin Goyenda Volume 2-1 by Rakib Hasan
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Tin Goyenda Volume 3-2 by Rakib Hasan
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Tin Goyenda Volume 4-2 by Rakib Hasan
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By Catherine Conlan
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Keeping an open mind and staying flexible about how things get done at the office are important when there’s an age difference between you and your boss, says Paul Bernard of Paul Bernard and Associates. “For example, you may be used to a lot of face-to-face meeting time, but your boss may prefer to handle a lot of his communications via text or instant messenger,” he says.

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Bernard then recommends trying to figure out how you can complement your boss' strengths. “Your boss may be a mobile content maven but might need help navigating office politics or be able to use some historical context about your company and how things are typically done. If you can find a way to make your younger boss more successful, you'll help not only him/her but yourself as well.”

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Communicate
No matter how old your boss is, it’s important to ensure you’re on the same page, and that requires clear communication. “Early on set a time to speak with your younger boss regarding expectations, style, and role clarity,” says Scott Span of Tolero Solutions. “Ask their preferred way of communication and delivery of requirements. Boomers and Millennials need to continue to dialogue, build trust, to put stereotypes to rest to maximize performance."

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