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463 puja mandaps erected in Manikganj

(BSS) - Durga Puja, the greatest religious festival of Hindu community, will celebrate in all seven upazilas of the district with much enthusiasm from October 7. The five-day long festival will conclude on October 11 through immersion of the idols ... Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha, 2 weeks ago
Janmashtami celebrated in Manikganj Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha, 1 month ago

EB make it six in a row

Calcutta: East Bengal recorded their sixth victory in a row in the ongoing CFL Premier Division A, beating Southern Samity 2-1 at the Barasat Stadium on Saturday. With this win, East Bengal remain in the pole position with 18 points from six ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago East Bengal rally to beat Southern Samity 2-1  Times of India1 month ago

Sudhir demands performance of Kavi...

Mr. Sudhir Biswas, former ZP Up-Adhyaksh, has requested the Chief Secretary to make arrangements for the performance of Kavi Gan by the famous West Bengal artist, Kavi Ashim Sarkar, in different parts of the Islands. He stated that it is necessary ...
 The Echo Of India2 months ago Kavi Gan  The Echo Of India2 months ago

Rainwater leaves 5 lakh marooned in Jessore

Around five lakh people of three upazilas and three municipalities around Bhabadah beel in Jessore were marooned as water from the beel submerged their homes, croplands, educational institutions, temples, mosques and roads after heavy rain. The ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star2 months ago

The Englishman who was more Indian than Indians

Buried in a Kolkata cemetery is an Englishman who served India well during her struggle for freedom.A close friend of both Gandhi and Tagore, Charles Freer Andrews was more Indian than many Indians of his's Indrani Roy rediscovers the priest-teacher who was a benevolent force that neither Indians nor the British could ignore. EARLIER IN THE SERIES: The American who fought for India's freedom IMAGE: A bust of Charles Freer Andrews at the Lower Circular Road Cemetery, Kolkata.
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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