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Rise High Bangladesh at KU, Kuet

Rise High Bangladesh at KU, Kuet

With the promise of promoting fresh and innovative export ideas, the third season of Rise High Bangladesh contest held its campus activation programme in two universities in Khulna yesterday and Wednesday.

  • Gour Chandra passes away

    Advocate Gour Chandra Sarkar, a Language Movement veteran, passed away at his Pabna residence yesterday, aged 85.

  • SC hearing on Amir Khasru's petition on Oct 1

    The Supreme Court (SC) on October 1 will hear BNP leader Amir Khasru's petition seeking stay on High Court's order that cleared Anti-Corruption Commission's way to quiz him over graft allegations.

  • 5 Jamaat-Shibir men held with 'crude bombs'

    Police arrested five members of Jamaat-e-Islami and its student wing Islami Chhatra Shibir at a coaching centre in Chattogram city on Sunday night, with three “crude bombs” and “militant books”.

  • Four 'abductors' held in port city

    Police arrested four men in Chattogram city early yesterday on charge of abducting a teenage boy from the railway station area three days ago.

  • ACC sues 2 former Rupali Bank officials

    The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) yesterday filed a case against two former officials of state-owned Rupali Bank and three businessmen, for laundering about Tk 59 lakh of the bank.

  • UDHR's 70th anniversary celebrated in Barishal

    The 70th anniversary of the adoption of Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) by the United Nations was observed in Barishal city yesterday.

  • Tk 80cr project may be placed at Ecnec today

    Bangladesh and India are going to re-open another rail link between Chilahati in Nilphamari and Haldibari in Siliguri to boost sub-regional trade and tourism.

  • 'Give us till December 31 to update documents'

    Dhaka Road Transport Owners Association (DRTOA) yesterday requested the government to give them time until December 31 to update their vehicles' documents.

  • OCAS gets new body

    Ishtiaq Ahmad, Md Ataullah and Md Abu Ibne Sina Yen were elected the president; general secretary and treasurer respectively of the Old

  • Ctg mayor, CDA chairman warned against lack of coordination

    A Chattogram Awami League leader yesterday cautioned the city mayor and CDA chairman against lack of coordination between them over development works that is causing public suffering.