Sheikh Tajul Islam Taj

Reporter

Forex position to stabilise in next few months: Moody's

It will be supported by the recent improvement of the current account balance to modest surpluses partly reflecting ongoing import restrictions, narrowing financial account deficits as business uncertainties gradually ease following the conclusion of the general elections in January, it said.

3w ago

4 Tejgaon College friends reunite 32 years later via Facebook

The last time they all spent quality time together was at a friend's wedding in 1991

1m ago

Preserving heritage

Pottery, a craftsmanship with a heritage of hundreds of years in Bengal, is gradually approaching oblivion.

1m ago

Extending support to those in need

After being admitted to the Khulna University of Engineering and Technology, Krishnapada Roy from Raruli union was struggling to bear the cost of education, due to his family’s financial constraints.

1m ago

JU Dormitories: Illegal occupation to blame for seat crisis

Many Chhatra League leaders and activists of Jahangirnagar University and non-students have been staying in dormitories illegally, leading to an acute seat crisis.

4m ago

Still no publication house at JU

Jahangirnagar University turns 53 today, but even five decades on, it doesn’t have any publication house to preserve and publish thesis papers and books from teachers, PhD and MPhil researchers of the university.

5m ago

Once a haven for birds, now on deathbed

Jahangirnagar University’s Jayapara Lake, once a vibrant habitat for migratory birds, has been neglected for over a decade. Faculty members attribute the current state -- filled with aquatic plants and garbage -- to authorities’ indifference.

5m ago

Discussion on Munier Chowdhury held at Jahangirnagar University

In his discussion on Munier Chowdhury and his writings, Professor Mashrur Shahid Hossain hailed Munier Chowdhury as the “pioneer writer” of comparative literature in Bangladesh.

6m ago
May 26, 2024
May 26, 2024

Forex position to stabilise in next few months: Moody's

It will be supported by the recent improvement of the current account balance to modest surpluses partly reflecting ongoing import restrictions, narrowing financial account deficits as business uncertainties gradually ease following the conclusion of the general elections in January, it said.

May 20, 2024
May 20, 2024

4 Tejgaon College friends reunite 32 years later via Facebook

The last time they all spent quality time together was at a friend's wedding in 1991

May 17, 2024
May 17, 2024

Preserving heritage

Pottery, a craftsmanship with a heritage of hundreds of years in Bengal, is gradually approaching oblivion.

May 13, 2024
May 13, 2024

Extending support to those in need

After being admitted to the Khulna University of Engineering and Technology, Krishnapada Roy from Raruli union was struggling to bear the cost of education, due to his family’s financial constraints.

February 7, 2024
February 7, 2024

JU Dormitories: Illegal occupation to blame for seat crisis

Many Chhatra League leaders and activists of Jahangirnagar University and non-students have been staying in dormitories illegally, leading to an acute seat crisis.

January 12, 2024
January 12, 2024

Still no publication house at JU

Jahangirnagar University turns 53 today, but even five decades on, it doesn’t have any publication house to preserve and publish thesis papers and books from teachers, PhD and MPhil researchers of the university.

January 10, 2024
January 10, 2024

Once a haven for birds, now on deathbed

Jahangirnagar University’s Jayapara Lake, once a vibrant habitat for migratory birds, has been neglected for over a decade. Faculty members attribute the current state -- filled with aquatic plants and garbage -- to authorities’ indifference.

December 13, 2023
December 13, 2023

Discussion on Munier Chowdhury held at Jahangirnagar University

In his discussion on Munier Chowdhury and his writings, Professor Mashrur Shahid Hossain hailed Munier Chowdhury as the “pioneer writer” of comparative literature in Bangladesh.

November 2, 2023
November 2, 2023

100 trees felled at JU without permission

Nearly a hundred trees were felled on Jahangirnagar University campus, sparking protest among students.

September 19, 2023
September 19, 2023

RCY empowering JU students through volunteer work

Jahangirnagar University became the first university in Bangladesh to get the permission to set up a Red Crescent Youth (RCY) at its campus in August 2018.

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