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  • Introducing winners of The Daily Star’s ‘Muktijuddho Olympiad’

    The Daily Star’s “Muktijuddho Olympiad”, powered by efood, aimed to educate young students about the history of Bangladesh. Nearly 4,800 students registered for the online completion across four categories: School (Class 4-6), School (Class 7-10), College, and University.
  • An ode to the glorious history of Bangladesh

    Muktijuddho Olympiad, an online competition based on the Liberation War, concluded yesterday, after the winners were handed prizes.
  • Celebrations for Bangabandhu’s birth centenary, golden jubilee of independence begin

    First day of the ten-day celebratory programme to mark 50 years of Bangladesh's independence and the birth centenary of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman commenced today in the capital’s National Parade Square.
  • BYLC’s Global Youth Climate Summit 2021 kicks off

    Bangladesh Youth Leadership Center (BYLC) hosted the Global Youth Climate Summit, in partnership with the California-based Foundation for Climate Restoration, Resilient Markets and the Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge. Held from March 11 to 12, it is a two-day online summit, with more than 500 young change makers, from six different continents.
  • Right to the City: A colourful celebration of International Women’s Day

    For International Women’s Day 2021, the European Union (EU) Delegation to Bangladesh organised ‘Right to the City’, a daylong mural painting event, on March 6. The wall outside the EU Delegation Office in the capital’s Gulshan 2 was painted by eighteen young female artists in less than seven hours. The mural was curated, coordinated and led by noted artist Fareha Zeba. Renowned artist Kanak Chanpa Chakma was also a part of the initiative. EU Ambassador to Bangladesh, Rensje Teerink, will unveil the mural at 4:30 pm today.