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  • Visually impaired students making jute handicrafts

    Visually impaired students of Lalmonirhat are deftly crafting jute products. They are earning money from making handicrafts while continuing their studies.
  • Sand trading in guise of canal excavation?

    Allegations of plundering of public money surfaced in the re-excavation work of Ratnai canal in Aditmari upazila.
  • Livelihood of 2,000 Kurigram fishermen in jeopardy

    Sixty-year-old Lalchand Das lives on fishing in the Chakirpasha river of Kurigram’s Rajarhat upazila. Like him, 2000 people from 420 fishing families have been making a living by fishing in the river for years.
  • The karate sisters

    At a time when the public conscience is gripped by fears over women’s security, three sisters from a remote village in Lalmonirhat decided to take up matters in their own hands.
  • ‘Hazol’ method brings benefit to char people

    Earthen pot ‘Hazol’, a technology used for hatching chicken eggs, has become very popular in the char areas of Brahmaputra, Dudhkumar, Teesta and Dharla rivers in Kurigram and Lalmonirhat.
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