Md Quamrul Islam Rubaiyat

Mango buds bloom in abundance

Mango buds on trees are in abundance in Thakurgaon following a favourable weather, showing a bright prospect for a good yield of the juicy summer fruit.

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Third tea auction centre launched in Panchagarh

A new tea auction centre began operations in Bangladesh’s northwest bordering district of Panchagarh yesterday, making it the third establishment of its kind following the country’s first in Chattogram and the second in Sreemangal.

Hafiza gets a new lease of life thanks to Thakurgaon DC

Found ill, alone and disoriented nearly one and half months ago, an elderly woman returned to her family today thanks to the government official's efforts

North to see its largest private hospital

A 1,000-bed private hospital will be set up in the northern district of Panchagarh at an estimated cost of Tk 2,500 crore from “local and foreign investors” who seek to meet healthcare needs of locals and neighbouring countries’ citizens. 

Calls of the Kanchenjunga

The majestic Kanchenjunga, the world’s third highest mountain.

What’s the govt doing to promote tourism?

Considering the rush of visitors from all over the country, the tourist facilities in Panchagarh are anything but adequate.

A family that was rejoicing now numb with grief

Hari Kishore Roy’s family was preparing for the Durga Puja with unbound zest and excitement.

Minimum price of tea leaves set for northern region

The minimum price for raw tea leaves grown in Panchagarh was fixed at Tk 18 per kilogramme (kg) on Wednesday following recent demonstrations by local farmers demanding a fair value for their produce.

March 31, 2024
March 31, 2024

Mango buds bloom in abundance

Mango buds on trees are in abundance in Thakurgaon following a favourable weather, showing a bright prospect for a good yield of the juicy summer fruit.

September 3, 2023
September 3, 2023

Third tea auction centre launched in Panchagarh

A new tea auction centre began operations in Bangladesh’s northwest bordering district of Panchagarh yesterday, making it the third establishment of its kind following the country’s first in Chattogram and the second in Sreemangal.

August 7, 2023
August 7, 2023

Hafiza gets a new lease of life thanks to Thakurgaon DC

Found ill, alone and disoriented nearly one and half months ago, an elderly woman returned to her family today thanks to the government official's efforts

April 9, 2023
April 9, 2023

North to see its largest private hospital

A 1,000-bed private hospital will be set up in the northern district of Panchagarh at an estimated cost of Tk 2,500 crore from “local and foreign investors” who seek to meet healthcare needs of locals and neighbouring countries’ citizens. 

November 12, 2022
November 12, 2022

Calls of the Kanchenjunga

The majestic Kanchenjunga, the world’s third highest mountain.

November 12, 2022
November 12, 2022

What’s the govt doing to promote tourism?

Considering the rush of visitors from all over the country, the tourist facilities in Panchagarh are anything but adequate.

September 27, 2022
September 27, 2022

A family that was rejoicing now numb with grief

Hari Kishore Roy’s family was preparing for the Durga Puja with unbound zest and excitement.

May 20, 2022
May 20, 2022

Minimum price of tea leaves set for northern region

The minimum price for raw tea leaves grown in Panchagarh was fixed at Tk 18 per kilogramme (kg) on Wednesday following recent demonstrations by local farmers demanding a fair value for their produce.

May 17, 2022
May 17, 2022

Tea growers worried over low prices

Tea growers of Panchagarh yesterday staged a demonstration at Sher-e-Bangla intersection of the Panchagarh-Dhaka highway, demanding a fair price for raw tea leaves in the ongoing harvesting season.

March 14, 2022
March 14, 2022

From river channel to farmland

The government recently ran an excavation project in Thakurgaon’s Suk river. But within 10 months of its completion, the river channel has been filled up again, making the entire effort futile.

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