The ongoing flood has submerged 60,000 hectares of paddy and vegetable fields, mainly in the northern districts, affecting both farmers and consumers, as crop loss has sent the vegetable prices...
Fifty-two-year-old Mostafizar Rahman is making a change in a unique way by training orphans on the art of making honey, hoping that one day they will become self-sufficient.
In a bid to spread the joy of reading among the people in their vicinity, a couple has set up a library inside their very home at a remote village in Kurigram’s Rajarhat upazila.
The life of Rezaul Islam, a youth from Kurigram, was nothing out of the ordinary.
Kurigram is set to recognise its Liberation War heroes in a different way when the country celebrates its 48th anniversary of Independence Day tomorrow.
Patients suffering from chest diseases are being deprived of proper treatment at Kurigram Chest Disease Clinic as there is no doctor for chest disease for nearly three years.
Orphan Pritilata Khatun is in her teens now and last year she passed SSC exams.
Cultivation of kans grass (called kash phool in Bangla) serves as a modest earning source for many people, especially those in different char (sandy riverbank) areas of the district.
When the guardian is supposed to provide his education expenses, 17-year-old Minhajul Islam has taken the responsibility upon him and arranges the expenditure through pigeon farming.
A retired police official, who has been cultivating long and thick bamboos of Muli variety, widely known as Makhla Bash, at his homestead in Kurigram town for the last ten years, has a desire to...