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Indian High Commissioner meets DU VC

Staff Reporter, Dhaka

Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Riva Gaguly Das called on Dhaka University (DU) Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Md Akhtaruzzaman yesterday at the latter’s office of the university. DU Jagannath Hall Provost Prof Dr Mihir Lal Saha, Director of DU Public Relations Office Mahmood Alam and high officials of Indian High Commission were present on this occasion, says a DU press realse.

During the meeting they discussed matters of mutual interest. They exchanged views regarding the programmes being chalked out by Dhaka University to observe the birth centenary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in a befitting manner. As a part of DU celebrations ‘Bangabandhu Lecture Series’ will be held at Dhaka University in which some renowned Indian academics will be invited to deliver lectures.  In this regard DU VC sought cooperation from Indian High Commissioner. In observance of Bangabandhu’s birth centenary Indian High Commissioner Riva Gaguly Das assured DU VC of providing all sorts of help and cooperation to make both DU and national level progrmmes a grand success.  

Cycle rally marking Mahatma Gandhi’s birth anniversary held at DU

Staff Reporter, Dhaka

Dhaka University and Indian High Commission jointly organised a cycle rally on DU campus yesterday to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. DU VC Prof Dr Md Akhtaruzzaman and Indian High Commissioner Riva Gaguly Das inaugurated this rally at the foot of Aparajeya Bangla of DU.  DU Arts Faculty Dean Prof Dr Abu Md Delwar Hossain and Proctor Prof Dr AKM Golam Rabbani were, among others, present there. Members of DU Cycling Club took part in the rally.

DU VC Prof Dr Md Akhtaruzzaman paid glowing tributes to the memory of Mahatma Gandhi and said, “We all are still inspired by Mahatma Ghandhi’s non-violence and non-cooperation movements”. He urged the youngsters to follow Mahatma Gandhi’s philosophy, ideals and messages to carry forward our society and civilization.  

Indian High Commissioner Riva Gaguly Das said, “We are living in a time when the messages and ideas of Mahatma Gandhi are more relevant than that of the time in which he lived. Even now, his life and messages inspire millions across the world.”

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