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Excavated Buddhist site could be home to Atish Dipankar
Dhaka Tribune

Ancient Buddhist site in Bikrampur attracts hundreds

Since it was discovered that an ancient Buddhist town remained hidden beneath its soil, the village of Nateshwar in Munshiganj has become a centre of attention for curious tourists and researchers alike. The significance of the site became more ... Dhaka Tribune, 3 weeks ago
Dhaka Tribune

Amartya Sen unveils books on history

Two books were unveiled at a ceremony held at Bangladesh National Museum Auditorium in the capital yesterday, where prominent Nobel Laureate economist Amartya Sen was the chief guest. The books Manikganjer Shato Manik (Hundred Jewels of ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 month ago

Amartya Sen for writing history of undivided Bengal

DHAKA, Feb 24, 2015 (BSS) - Indian Nobel laureate economist Amartya Sen today called for writing history all parts of the undivided Bengal. "It is necessary to know the history of different parts of the country," he said at a book publication ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha1 month ago

Ganjam scribe murder: Main accused court-forwarded

anjam police on Saturday court-forwarded Santosh Maharana, main accused of the journalist Tarun Acharya murder case, after arresting him from Nagpur in Maharashtra on Thursday.Ganjam SP Narasingh Bhola talking to reporters at Chhatrapur said they ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago Key accused in TV scribe's murder nabbed  The Hindu1 month ago


20-02-2015 Report;Crime Correspondent,Odishabarta GANJAM: Last year on 29 th May the Media Unity for Freedom, of Press ​ (MUFP) expresses its deepest grief, condolence and serious concern over the brutal murder of a young fellow ...
 Orissabarta1 month ago

Man held with illegal gypsum

Berhampur: One person was today arrested from Maharashtra in connection with the murder of an Odia television channel journalist at Khallikote in Ganjam district about nine months ago. Santosh Moharana of Lochapada area in Berhampur town, an ...
 Odisha Television1 month ago

Opening a new door of communication

When cyclone Mahasen was about to hit the coast of Bangladesh in May 2013, 16 fishing boats with more than 80 fishermen from Shyamnagar Upazila's Koikhail union were out at sea. Fortunately, the were able to make it safely back to shore after ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 month ago
Dhaka Tribune

19-year-old victim and Chhatra Dal bomb-maker die in hospital

A perpetrator and a victim of bombing died at the Dhaka Medical College Hospital yesterday when a 19-year-old victim and a Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal (JCD) bomb-maker succumbed to their injuries yesterday. A student of Dhaka's Kabi Nazrul ...
 Dhaka Tribune2 months ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Braveheart with rebel bullet in head dies

Police officers, jawans and others observe a moment's silence to mourn the death of Dukhiya Murmu at Golmuri police lines on Wednesday. Picture by Animesh Sengupta Jamshedpur, Jan. 21: Dukhiya Murmu, the 30-year-old police jawan who was ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago

Police to intensify anti-Naxal op in Ghatshila region

ict police will intensify anti-Naxal operation in Ghatshila sub-division in view of rising naxal activities by CPI(Maoist)s in Ghatshila region. Sources said the rebel outfit is increasing its activities at Bagjata Uranium mines area belonging to ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 months ago
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