Md Asaduz Zaman | The Daily Star
  • Md Asaduz Zaman

    Jahangirnagar University Correspondent, The Daily Star

  • Jahangirnagar University: Of goats and burglars

    It’s been more than three months since Jahangirnagar University’s (JU) lone residential campus has been empty. On March 17, the university authorities asked students to vacate all dormitories due to the coronavirus pandemic.
  • ‘Let Me Out’ staged at Jahangirnagar University

    As the last scene of the play, Let Me Out, drew to a close at Selim Al Deen Muktamancha in Jahangirnagar University (JU) on March 1, the whole crowd was left emotional.
  • Sultan Fair concludes at Narail

    This year’s celebration was dedicated to the 100th birthday of the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
  • Luxury at the expense of students’ cause

    The Jahangirnagar University authorities have spent more than Tk 84 lakh to decorate the new luxurious office of Vice Chancellor Prof Farzana Islam, taking the money from funds meant for student welfare, research and development of the departments.
  • A food bank for rainy day

    The underprivileged people of Borangile village in Sirajganj’s Chauhali upazila can sleep a little better at night, knowing that if they are ever unable to find work as day labourers the next day, they can easily borrow some rice from the community food bank.