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60th death anniversary of Jibanananda Das today
Bangladesh Daily Star

60th death anniversary of Jibanananda Das today

in Barisal. His family came from Gaodia Village of Bikrampur region of Dhaka district. Jibanananda's father Satyananda Das was a teacher of Brajamohan School, essayist and a publisher. His mother Kusumkumari Das was also a poet. Jibanananda was the ... Bangladesh Daily Star, 2 months ago

Sirajdikhan parents resent extra HSC test fees

Parents of HSC candidates of several colleges in Sirajdikhan upazila have accused the college authorities of collecting extra money in exam fees. They said their children, who will take the test next year, had been forced to pay fees which was ...
 Dhaka Tribune3 days ago

Journalist killed for reporting in Odisha

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) strongly condemns the brutal murder of a journalist in Khallikote, Ganjam district in Odisha state in eastern India on Tuesday night, May 27. Tarun Acharya, 34, was employed with Kanak TV as ...
 IFJ Global6 days ago
Dhaka Tribune

Hospital with SSC-passed physicians busted

A doctor with a Higher School Certificate in humanities had been running a private hospital in the capital for last three years. Sujon Das, the owner of the hospital has two aids his cousin Sumon Pal, 24, and Masum Mridha, 28 both with ...
 Dhaka Tribune3 weeks ago

Captain Babul, an outstanding war hero

Mohammad Shahjahan FARIDPUR, Dec 2,2014(BSS)-The day was December 17 in 1971, the second day of the Independent Bangladesh, which emerged with glory from a pool of fresh blood after the humiliating surrender of the heinous Pakistani force ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha3 weeks ago

Revived traditional irrigation brings joy to Assam farmers

Guwahati, Nov 22 The gurgling water flowing fast through a traditional canal system that has been revived in water-scarce parts of Assam has brought cheer to farmers who now look forward to a bumper harvest. After about 20 years, 42-year-old ...
 ProKerala.com1 month ago
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New Age Bangladesh

Flavours of Nabanno festival at Ramna Batamul

Visitors enjoying pithas at the festival.— New Age photo The delicious smell of pithas wafting through the air at Ramna Batamul makes it known that Nabanno festival has finally arrived for the urban dwellers. Nabanno, one of the most ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 month ago

Uncertainty looms over cultivation on 20,000 hectares of land

Farmers are in fear that water stagnation may hamper the cultivation of Rabi crops, including potato, on 20,000 hectares of land at Sirajdikhan and Louhajang upazilas in Munshiganj. They said the canals linked to agriculture lands have been ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 month ago

Abducted child rescued, 4 arrested

Members of Rapid Action Battalion 1 rescued a six-year-old boy named Md Yeasin yesterday from Tetulzora area in Savar, four days after he was abducted from Babubazar area in Tongi, Gazipur. They also arrested four of his abductors Khadakar Jamil ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 month ago

Rangpur farmers bet on early potato variety

Farmers in eight districts of Rangpur division hope to reap considerable profit from early variety of potato driven by demand. The variety is set to hit the market in a week, farmers said. The price of stored granola variety of potato in the ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 month ago
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