Dhaka University’s Bijoy Ekattor Hall unit Bangladesh Chhatra League president and general secretary “instigated” their followers to go on a rampage at the hall on the night of March 13, reveals a probe report.
It was a day full of laughter, hugs and celebration and above all pride for the students of Dhaka University as they have reached a milestone of their life.
There is an old saying, every life is a story and every story is a lesson.
Srabonti Sarker inherited the love for folk literature from her parents-- mother, to be precise.
History guides the new generation as a lighthouse towards the right path. The way we view the present is shaped by
There is a sense of yearning and curiosity connected to a short story. An incomplete sensation -- even though it lingers, can be gratifying as well.
We all love to read stories. Whether those are larger-than-life tales or narratives based on own experiences, reading books remains a great way of spending and sharing time together.
The Ekushey book fair is an event unlike any other. It can satisfy anyone's literary palate with a wide array of selections.
Shurovi and Sonia, master's students of economics at Eden College, were going through an archway to enter the book fair premises yesterday.
The Amar Ekushey Granthamela wore a joyful look yesterday as visitors wearing traditional yellow clothes, in celebration of the Pahela Falgun, thronged the fairground.
Though relatively smaller stall is situated in a far corner of the Suhrawardy Udyan, it is always swarmed by booklovers of all ages.
Wearing similar outfits, Fairuz and Faiza were shuffling through the piles of colourful books. The twins have immense interest in books. But they cannot read.
Literature can leave a lifetime impact on our minds. It helps us understand ourselves and the world around us. And it transcends boundaries through translation.
Yeasmin Moon was patiently combing through books at a stall at the Amar Ekushey book fair yesterday.
Arshiya Roy was having too much of a good time to pay heed to her mother.
As soon as the doors of the Bangla Academy and Suhrawardy Udyan opened around 5:30pm yesterday, there was a combined sigh of
It is booklovers' time again as the much awaited "Amar Ekushey Granthamela", the biggest get-together of readers, writers and
The causes of fire hazards have to be addressed through proper investigation and the fire prevention and protection
Some of the persons forwarding CVs with hopes of getting leading posts through today's council for Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL)
"It's been 45 years but I could never forget the brutality I had to endure. Even my 35-year-old son feels ashamed to call me
Twenty percent of Bangladeshi social enterprises are led by women, significantly higher than in mainstream business which is only five percent, a survey findings revealed.
The Department of Fisheries at Dhaka University was born in 1998, because of a pioneering role of Dr Mohammed Shafi, then
Students in small or large groups, sitting on a green field under the open sky to break their fast during Ramadan have become a regular scene at the Teacher-Student Centre of Dhaka University.
At least 101 people have died due to torture in custody by law enforcement agencies in seven years between January 2009 and May 2016, according to a report of human rights group Odhikar.
The Dhaka University authority yesterday announced its proposed annual budget of Tk 664.11 crore for the FY 2016-2017, allocating only Tk 12.16 crore, or 1.83% of the total budget, for research.
If you pay a visit to Dhaka University early in the morning, you will find a strange line of bags in front of the central library's entrance.
Bangladesh Water Transport Workers Federation (BWTWF) last night withdrew its strike for only passenger vessels.
Dhaka University on Tuesday celebrated Bashanta Utsab (Spring Festival) with flowers, poems and songs as the bone-chilling, gloomy winter gave way to a fiesta of colours and love.
Sixteen out of nineteen teachers of Tourism and Hospitality Management of Dhaka University under the business faculty have gone to Indonesia and Singapore for a nine-day academic tour on Monday, while the other three have not gone due to their personal problems. The teachers are supposed to return on March 10.
People of all ages yesterday got the last weekly holiday to purchase their favourite books at the month-long Amar
The book fair took up a festive look yesterday with people especially the youths clad in colourful clothes streaming onto the premises on the occasion of Pahela Falgun and Saraswati Puja. While children and women mostly wore yellow saris and flower crowns, men were seen in panjabis.
The boy came from an ordinary lower middle class family. The story of his life came to an end before it could start a
Dhaka University will take a series of initiatives to get more than Tk 4.38 crore back from 60 former teachers who owe the amount to the university. The teachers had taken loans from the university to get higher education abroad but neither returned the money nor joined their jobs afterwards.
An indefinite teachers' strike begins at all the public universities today in protest at the “government inaction” on fulfilling their demands, including removal of "discriminatory provisions" in the eighth national pay scale and retaining selection grade and time scale.
The Federation of Bangladesh University Teachers' Association (FBUTA) will begin indefinite work abstention at all public universities
The Bijoy Ekattor Hall of Dhaka University is going to be no match for other dormitories with regard to its annual charge.
Four people, including three admission seekers, were jailed for two years each for their involvement in cheating in the undergraduate
Teachers of all 37 public universities will observe a daylong work abstention programme today to press for a four-point demand, including salary with due dignity in the eighth national pay scale and a separate wage structure.
Teachers continued demonstrations and observed a three-hour work stoppage at public universities across the country yesterday demanding cancellation of the proposed eight national payscale and a new one for them.
Every day long queues are seen in front of the seven toilets for 6,000 female students at Dhaka University's Arts Building, revealing an appalling condition of its sanitation facilities.
Dhaka University (DU) yesterday saw another day of protests against recent countrywide incidents of sexual assaults on females with