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RU losing research students

RU losing research students

Various research institutes and departments of Rajshahi University (RU) are losing MPhil and PhD researchers due to the imposition of new rules and restrictions…
Hundreds flock to bird exhibition in city

Hundreds flock to bird exhibition in city

Hundreds of bird lovers thronged to the Exotic Birds Show 2018 at the National Press Club premises on the weekend to watch birds of different species…

Rickshaw puller held over boy’s death in Ctg

CHITTAGONG: Police arrested a rickshaw puller from Patenga area of the city on Thursday night in connection with murder of a nine-year-old boy, reports UNB. The arrestee was identified as Emon, 22. Police recovered the body of Sohag from Khalpara Ahmedpara Barma Colony on Wednesday night. Police arrested…

8 hurt in Ruet BCL infighting

At least eight students of Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology (Ruet) were injured in a clash between two factions of Bangladesh Chhatra League at Shaheed Abdul Hamid Hall early yesterday. The injured were rushed to the Rajshahi Medical College and Hospital for treatment. Supporters of…

‘Women prove competency in challenging works’

State Minister for Women and Children Affairs Meher Afroz Chumki yesterday  said women have proved their efficiency in different challenging tasks, reports BSS. “The government is sincerely working to ensure the security and rights of women...and they (women) have also proved their skills…

Case filed over elderly woman murder

A case was filed in connection with the murder of an elderly woman at West Nakhalpara in the capital on Thursday night, reports UNB. Babu, younger son of the victim, filed the case with Tejgaon Police Station on Thursday night. Amena Begum, 65, owner of a house in the area, was killed in an attack by…

‘Robber’ killed in ‘gunfight’

A suspected robber was killed in a reported gunfight between his cohorts and DB police at Tongabari in Ashulia early yesterday, reports UNB. The deceased was identified as Rubel, 26. Police suspected that the deceased might be the key accused in Shahjahan murder case. On February 13 last, Shahjahan…

Jute fair extended for two days

The three-day jute fare, scheduled to end on Thursday, has been extended to till today considering huge enthusiasm from the jute entrepreneurs as well as keen interest of common buyers in diversified jute products, reports BSS. So far in the last three days, the fair witnessed the selling of Taka three…

DUAA to hold AGM today

Dhaka University Alumni Association (DUAA) will hold its annual general meeting (AGM) in Teacher-Student Centre (TSC) auditorium on the campus at 3pm today, reports BSS. Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor and DUAA chief patron Dr Md Akhtaruzzaman will attend the meeting with association's president…

Natural cold storage runs effectively in Rajshahi

RAJSHAHI: Natural cold storage is an effective means of long-term preservation of vegetables and some other seasonal fruits and green spices like garlic and green chili in an organic way and its prospect is very much bright in the agro-based area, reports BSS. An environment-friendly cold storage with…

Nurture cultural activities along with studies: Noor

RANGPUR: Cultural Affairs Minister Asaduzzaman Noor has called upon the guardians to inspire their children in nurturing cultural activities side by side with studies to become enlightened  citizens with human qualities, reports BSS. "We need good people with excellent human qualities through…
Journo Faisal Rahman dies

Journo Faisal Rahman dies

The Dhaka Tribune sub-editor Faisal Rahman Kishore died of heart attack in the capital yesterday, reports UNB. He was 35. Faisal complained of chest pain…
Newspaper Hawkers’ Welfare Society gets new body

Newspaper Hawkers’ Welfare Society gets new body

Md Nazrul Islam and Jalal Ahmad Jehadi have been elected president and secretary respectively of Newspaper Hawkers’ Welfare Multipurpose Cooperative…

Missing boy found dead

A minor boy, who went missing on Tuesday, was found dead at Sharifbagh in Dhamrai upazila yesterday, reports UNB. Quoting family members, police said Titu Mia, 10, son of Alam Sheikh, remained missing since he went out of his house on Tuesday. On Friday morning, local people spotted the body of Titu…

campus corner

5 DU students get Nujhat Jahangir Memorial Scholarship Five students of different departments under the Faculty of Social Science of Dhaka University (DU) on Thursday were awarded 'Nujhat Jahangir Memorial Scholarship' for their outstanding academic excellence. DU Vice-Chancellor (VC) Prof Md…
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