DUCSU Attacks : CCTV footage not traced in a week
Neither Dhaka University authorities nor police could trace the computer that recorded CCTV footage and its monitor in a week after those went missing from the administrative office of Dhaka University Central Students Union during series of violence on December 22.
Google Doodle celebrates Zainul Abedin’s 105th birthday
Search engine giant Google is celebrating the 105th birthday of renowned Bangladeshi painter, educator and activist Shilpacharya Zainul Abedin.
'Cases filed over Ducsu incident to harass our members'
Bangladesh Sadharan Chhatra Adhikar Sangrakkhan Parishad today alleged that the cases filed over the attack on Ducsu Vice President Nurul Haque Nur and his supporters, are to harass their members.
Thousands join India protests
Thousands protested in rival demonstrations in India Friday as tensions deepen over a citizenship law seen as anti-Muslim, with authorities deploying huge numbers of riot police in the country.
Unsafe school in Jhenaidah
We find it abhorrible that a school built in 1960 and declared unsafe by the Education Engineering Department (EED) in Jhenaidah in 2015 is still in operation. The two-storey building located in Kotchandpur upazila town has exposed iron rods and the plaster keeps falling off the ceilings and yet we
Barishal univ admission tests being held
The admission test of “Ka” unit of Barishal University (BU) for the 2019-2020 session will be held on the BU campus and 17 other local venues today. The exam is scheduled to take place between 11am and 12:30pm.
DU Campus : 12 student fronts unite to combat violence
A new student alliance `Santrash Birodhi Chhatra Oikya' was formed yesterday on the Dhaka University campus to combat violence. It has 12 student organisations.
Government to ensure quality education : Dipu Moni
Education minister Dipu Moni on Friday said that the present government has been working relentlessly to ensure quality of education side by side with its quantity for development of the country through improving skilled human resources.
Ex-OC Moazzem gets 8yrs’ jail for circulating Nusrat’s video
Moazzem Hossain, former officer-in-charge of Sonagazi Police Station, was sentenced to eight years of rigorous imprisonment in a case filed for filming madrasa student Nusrat Jahan Rafi’s statement and circulating the video clip on social media without her consent. Judge Ash Sams Joglul Hossain of
IU celebrates 41st founding anniversary
The authorities of Islamic University in Kushtia celebrated the 41st founding anniversary on the campus on Friday amid festive mood and enthusiasm. The daylong celebration included hoisting of the national and university flags, a colourful procession, a discussion programme and cultural event. Mar
Buet expels 26 students over Abrar murder
Buet authorities have expelled its 26 students for their alleged involvement in Abrar Fahad murder case. Of the 26 students, police have already pressed charges against 25 students in the murder case, a press release issued by the Buet said tonight. Board of Residence and Discipline (BRD) of Bangla
Abrar murder: Arrest warrant against 4 fugitive accused
A Dhaka court today accepted the charge sheet against 25 accused in connection with a case filed over the killing of Buet student Abrar Fahad. The court also issued an arrest warrant against four fugitive accused as the investigation officer showed them absconding in the charge sheet. Additional C
IU BCL activist arrested
Police in Kushtia arrested Islamic University unit Bangladesh Chhatra League incumbent general secretary in a case filed under Digital Security Act on Friday night. The arrested was Rakibul Islam Rakib, 25, of Kushtia sadar. Rakib’s family members, however, claimed that he went to Kushtia sadar pol
Fund for public univs to be stopped if provocative acts continue: PM
Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday said the government will stop providing funds to public universities if their teachers do not stop provocative activities to take their students to a wrong path in the name of movement. ‘The government will stop all funding...why should the government provid
Schoolboy killed as building collapses in Narayanganj
A schoolboy was killed and another injured after a three-storey building collapsed in Narayanganj city this afternoon. The deceased, Shoain Hossain, 10, was a class-VI student, said Afroza Hasan Diba, a councillor of Narayanganj City Corporation. One of the residents of the building might have tra
Kuet shut after clash over soccer match
Khulna University of Engineering and Technology (Kuet) was closed for an indefinite period yesterday after students of two dormitories clashed over a football match on Friday, which left six injured. “The residential students have been asked to vacate the halls,” said Kuet Vice-chancellor Quazi S
16 get death sentence for killing Nusrat
A Feni court on Thursday awarded death sentence to 16 people, including SM Sirajuddoula, the prime accused in Nusrat murder case, for killing the madrassah girl. The Women and Children Repression Prevention Tribunal in Feni delivered the verdict in Thursday morning. On March 27, principal Siraju
BUET class, exam boycott continues
The protesting students of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology on Sunday continued boycotting all sorts of academic activities to press for fulfillment of their demands following the murder of their fellow student Abrar Fahad. They would continue their boycott of classes and examina
Cumilla University's 1st convocation Jan 27
The first convocation of Cumilla University will be held on January 27 next year. A central committee and various sub-committees have been formed to organize the conclave and the registration process, said a press release on Sunday. Details of the convention will be made available through a notice