Ahmed Humayun Kabir Topu

Eid journey to north gets easier

People heading to the northern part of the country to celebrate the upcoming Eid-ul-Fitr at their village homes have been experiencing a relatively hassle-free journey this year, thanks to the authorities concerned for their timely taken initiatives.

1w ago

Lichi growers eyeing a bumper harvest

Lichi growers in Pabna are eyeing a bumper yield of the juicy summer fruit this year.

1w ago

Our dying Padma

The mighty Padma now lies as a pale imitation of its former self. Depletion in the flow of water from upstream, along with deposition of silt, has choked the riverbed, rendering it nearly unrecognisable.

3w ago

Holding tradition in an era of change

Deep-rooted in tradition, the lungi -- a rectangular garment worn by men across Bangladesh -- has been a symbol of comfort and practicality for ages.

3w ago

Akhi weaves her way to independence

“Even a few years ago, I couldn’t fill my child’s feeder with milk. I would boil water and mix some biscuits with it to stop my child from crying out of hunger.”

Shooting a student: Teacher bought illegal arms from bordering district

Rayhan Sharif, the arrested doctor who shot his student during a viva on Monday, had bought his two pistols illegally from a southern district.

Tk 1,554cr project to revive dying Ichamati

Ichamati, once a mighty river and a major lifeline for Pabna residents, has long been struggling to survive due to pollution and encroachment.

The forgotten heroes

While Dhaka’s streets ran red in 1952 during the historic Language Movement, another torch flared in Pabna.

April 8, 2024
April 8, 2024

Lichi growers eyeing a bumper harvest

Lichi growers in Pabna are eyeing a bumper yield of the juicy summer fruit this year.

April 8, 2024
April 8, 2024

Eid journey to north gets easier

People heading to the northern part of the country to celebrate the upcoming Eid-ul-Fitr at their village homes have been experiencing a relatively hassle-free journey this year, thanks to the authorities concerned for their timely taken initiatives.

March 23, 2024
March 23, 2024

Holding tradition in an era of change

Deep-rooted in tradition, the lungi -- a rectangular garment worn by men across Bangladesh -- has been a symbol of comfort and practicality for ages.

March 23, 2024
March 23, 2024

Our dying Padma

The mighty Padma now lies as a pale imitation of its former self. Depletion in the flow of water from upstream, along with deposition of silt, has choked the riverbed, rendering it nearly unrecognisable.

March 8, 2024
March 8, 2024

Akhi weaves her way to independence

“Even a few years ago, I couldn’t fill my child’s feeder with milk. I would boil water and mix some biscuits with it to stop my child from crying out of hunger.”

March 7, 2024
March 7, 2024

Shooting a student: Teacher bought illegal arms from bordering district

Rayhan Sharif, the arrested doctor who shot his student during a viva on Monday, had bought his two pistols illegally from a southern district.

March 1, 2024
March 1, 2024

Tk 1,554cr project to revive dying Ichamati

Ichamati, once a mighty river and a major lifeline for Pabna residents, has long been struggling to survive due to pollution and encroachment.

February 22, 2024
February 22, 2024

The forgotten heroes

While Dhaka’s streets ran red in 1952 during the historic Language Movement, another torch flared in Pabna.

February 19, 2024
February 19, 2024

Doi mela held in Tarash honouring centuries-old tradition

Honouring a centuries-old tradition, hundreds of curd and yoghurt traders gathered at the Eidgah field of Sirajganj’s Tarash upazila recently, marking Saraswati Puja

February 18, 2024
February 18, 2024

Pabna dist admin leasing out rivers for fish farming

In a move that violates the law, the Pabna district administration has decided to lease out 31 sections of 10 rivers for fish farming. These areas are being labelled as “jalmahal” or enclosed government water bodies.

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