Monday, September 21, 2015



Crowds flock to DITF

Parking private vehicles and motorcycles has become a serious issue for the visitors to 23rd Dhaka International Trade Fair

CHT people to enjoy land ownership:PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today assured 

Quader under fire over AL subcommittees

Obaidul Quader has faced the ire of a group of former Bangladesh Chhatra League

Biswa Ijtema ends

The Biswa Ijtema, the second largest congregation of Muslims after hajj, has come

MP’s son found dead in NAM flat

Police have recovered the body of Aneek Aziz, the son of Satkhira-1 MP Mustafa Lutfullah,

BLRI to promote Moringa for milk production

Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute (BLRI) will promote cultivation of drumstick tree, better known as Moringa, for increasing use

WUB greets its new law alumni committee

Newly formed committee of World University of Bangladesh (WUB) Law Alumni Association was greeted by the university authorities. The

'Govt working to enhance the quality of education'

Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid has said, the government is working for promoting the higher educational institutions to the

Drug dealer held with phensidyl

Armed Police Battalion (APBn) arrested an alleged drug dealer along with 226 bottles of contraband phensidyl from the city's

JU PDF gets new body

The Physically-challenged Development Foundation (PDF), a voluntary and charitable organization of Jahangirnagar University (JU), announced a 19-member new executive

British Council holds discussion on edu

A roundtable discussion on 'Education for a Changing World' was held at the British Council Dhaka University campus office

Theatre School celebrates 27th anniversary

'Abdullah Al-Mamun Theatre School' celebrated its 27th anniversary with the slogan 'Alakshikha Jaluk Prane' on Friday at Bangladesh Shilpakala

Pay for your plight, everyday

Dhaka is overwhelmed with thousands of problems including water and gas crises, contaminated drinking water, notorious traffic and unabated

Shaheed Asad Day today

Shaheed Asad Day is being observed on Saturday, commemorating the supreme sacrifice of student

One devotee dies in Biswa Ijtema

The second phase of Biswa Ijtema entered the second day on Saturday at Tongi

Why State not challenging HC order: BNP

The BNP considers the State’s ‘silence’ as a ‘proof of government-Election Commission collusion’ in

Prof Ziauddin no more

Renowned physicist Prof Dr Abu Abdullah Ziauddin Ahmad has passed away at a Dhaka hospital. The former chairman of

Renewing taste buds with winter delicacies

In the chilly winter morning clad with fog, Gachi (the man collects date juice) is ferrying date palm syrup

Hunger strike rolls on day five under the open sky

An indefinite hunger strike called by the teachers and employees of Monthly Pay Order (MPO)-listed educational institutions rolled onto

DU's lawsuit against pupils prompts demo

Some students staged sit-in on the foot of Raju Memorial Sculpture at Dhaka University, protesting the case filed with

JU bird fair draws mixed reaction

A daylong bird fair on Jahangirnagar University (JU) campus was held yesterday (Friday) that drew mixed reaction for exhibiting

President, PM pay rich tributes to Madhusudhan Dutt

President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday paid rich tributes to the memory of Michael Madhusudan Dutt

Senior journalist MA Mohaimin passes away

MA Mohaimin, a senior journalist and former bureau chief in Rajshahi of Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha, died in Dhaka Thursday

Edu ministry staff goes missing

Seeking the trace of an Education Ministry employee, his family members filed a general dairy (GD) yesterday in Dhaka.

Solo photo exhibition 'Tea Tales' begins at AFD

A solo photography exhibition titled 'Cha Chakra: Tea Tales of Bangladesh' by Faiham Ebna Sharif was inaugurated at Alliance

Culture of impunity behind communal attacks: Sultana Kamal

Human rights activist advocate Sultana Kamal on Friday blamed

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