Majority of the plants -- 56 percent -- on the capital’s road dividers are exotic species, which is detrimental to the environment and disrupting the ecosystem, found a recent survey.
The lost muslin yarn technology used to churn out exceedingly delicate fabrics much coveted in the 17th and 18th centuries the world over has been recovered by an expert team of the government.
Around 45 percent students of Dhaka University don’t want to take part in online exams because of network issues, lack of proper devices, and unfavourable domestic environment, a recent survey has...
Jobike has been left crippled by the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic as the on-demand bicycle rental service provider had to shutter a majority of its operations in the country.
When students of East West University found that their convocation will be held virtually, they were disappointed.
Mir Lokman has been a well-known face on Dhaka University (DU) campus since his first-year as a student. He was the founding president of "DU Mime Action" and staged at least 300 mime...
Abul Kashem, 45, used to drive buses owned by others for 25 years and dreamed of one day owning his own bus.
Two teachers of the anthropology department of Chattogram University have withdrawn their applications for promotions after being accused of plagiarising paragraphs from someone else’s Master’s...
It has long been debated whether it is true that Dhaka University is the “Oxford of the East”.
Lack of support for research and a dearth of quality publications are the main reasons for Bangladeshi universities lagging behind in most of the world rankings, said educationists.