Dwoha Chowdhury | The Daily Star
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  • Tuhin Murder: A village afflicted by malice, rivalries

    While entering the Kejaura village in Sunamganj’s Derai upazila, this correspondent noticed some scattered bricks lying on a road and a burflower (Kadam) tree nearby.
  • Laurer Garh: Open-air museum planned at ruins

    A year after starting excavation at the Laurer Garh ruins in Sunamganj, the Department of Archaeology is planning to set up an open-air museum there.
  • Steps to protect heritage sites

    Jaintiapur upazila in Sylhet is known as the land of the lost kingdom of Jaintia. Ruins of the still standing kingdom are considered archaeological heritage of the greater Sylhet region.
  • Hills razed, homes built

    The hillocks at the centuries-old Tarapur Tea Estate, a Debottor (endowed) property in Sylhet, are being razed and grabbed by some locals. After the estate remained illegally occupied by industrialist Ragib Ali and his son Abdul Hye for decades, it was returned to the shebait
  • Getting ready to usher in the goddess

    With expansive fields of “kash phool” dancing in the breeze and beautiful azure sky speckled with cottony clouds turning into a kaleidoscope of pink, orange and gold during sunset -- autumn is here and so is the time to welcome Goddess Durga!
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