Monday, September 21, 2015



Professor Ahaduzzaman Mohammad Ali and Professor Akhtar Sultana are set to retire after more than three decades of

CUB awards 65 meritorious students

Canadian University of Bangladesh (CUB) yesterday awarded 65 students with 'Sarafat Chowdhury Merit Scholarship' for their outstanding academic

RMG workers stage demo blocking road

Workers of Star Garments Ltd sealed off the Badda link road yesterday nearly for half an hour intensifying

BIFT's 3rd graduation ceremony held

The third graduation ceremony of the BGMEA Institute of Fashion and Technology (BIFT) was held yesterday at its

Hawkers threaten to cripple Dhaka

Bangladesh Hawkers' Union has announced its programs with a demand to allow them on the one third space

Tk 23.23 lakh fine realized for traffic offenses

Traffic Department of Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) filed 4729 cases and realized fines of Tk 23.23 lakh in

Motor workers drafting blueprint for fresh demo

Motor workers are mulling demonstration to press home their 7-point-demand including slashing the penalty and fine for rush

Use of technology for sustainable dev stressed

Speakers at a seminar yesterday said the number of educated unemployed is being increased not only in Bangladesh

30 get prizes at DU's art competition

The prize giving ceremony of children art competition marking the 99th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation

DMP bans fireworks on Shab-e-Barat

The Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) has banned carrying of all types of explosives and explosion of firecrackers in

Hawkers' rehab stalled

Low income people dwelling in the capital depend on fashion items available on footpaths while the hawkers and

AIUB's Eco Festival ends

The Department of Economics of American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB) organized its annual day-long 'Eco Fest-2019' at its permanent

Spread Bangabandhu’s ideals among children: Speaker

Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury on Saturday urged people to disseminate the humanitarian qualities

BRI fits Bangladesh’s priorities: Dr Gowher

Ahead of the second BRI Summit in Beijing, Prime Minister's International Affairs Adviser Gowher

Print art expo 'Line of Ages' begins

A 10-day print art exhibition featuring works of noted Japanese artist Toshihiko Ikeda began yesterday at National Art

Delivering drugs with rented ridesharing car

The trio was coming to the capital by a rented car with a 'large' Phensedyl consignment. Sensing the

Awareness a must to end violence against women

Girls of the Old Dhaka took to the street yesterday demonstrating violence against women and to press home

Traffic jam turns acute

The woes and harassment of the commuters, who avail public transportation regularly, is immense - noting that rights

3 JU students hurt in road crash on campus

A total of three students of the university were injured on Friday as a private car hit a

'Amar Pita Sheikh Mujib' festival today

"Amar Pita (my father) Sheikh Mujib" festival will be inaugurated today at Bangladesh National Museum in the city

Youths hold the key to tackling cybercrimes

Many researches show that most of the cybercrime victims are the teens - around 73.71 percent of the

Let the children draw what they like

Dhaka University Fine Arts Faculty and Child Foundation jointly have organized an art camp to facilitate the kids

Unhealthy food responsible for kidney disease: Minister

Health and Family Welfare Minister Zahid Maleque has emphasized creating awareness to prevent kidney diseases. He said, "Unhealthy

CID man sent to jail for drug peddling

A Dhaka court yesterday sent a CID man, who was detained with 990 yaba pills on Thursday night,

Bangladesh places 6 proposals to make multilateral trading system more effective

Bangladesh has placed six proposals to make the multilateral trading system more effective recognizing

PM prioritizes women empowerment: Planning Minister

The government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is giving priority to women empowerment,

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