Eight left-leaning student organiasations of Rajshahi University in a statement today held leaders of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) responsible for the clashes and arson that took place on the campus since Saturday evening.
Jaker Ali Anik clinched the player of the tournament award as he topped the run-getters’ charts with 492 runs in the six innings he played averaging 98.40.
Shadman Islam’s double century and Khaled Ahmed’s five-wicket haul helped South Zone to their sixth Bangladesh Cricket League (BCL) title with an innings and 33-run win over Central Zone in the finale in Cox’s Bazar on Tuesday.
A mere “questioning” sent two of those students to the ICU. The ordeal didn’t end there. BCL leaders and activists forcibly entered the ICU and threatened the two ailing students. They said, “You are comfortable here [in the ICU]. We didn’t beat you much, and yet you are creating drama out of it. Don’t you dare name any names”
BCB Central Zone cruised to a comprehensive 10-wicket win over BCB North Zone on the third day to register their consecutive wins in the Bangladesh Cricket League (BCL) today.
Chhatra League leaders and activists are expecting that the organistion will have a new leadership that will be able to restore its past glory and work to realise Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s dream of building a “Smart Bangladesh”.
The age limit for the activists aspiring to get top positions in Bangladesh Chhatra League central committee is likely to be relaxed once again ahead of the biannual council of the pro-Awami League student body.
The BCL has demonstrated that their “power” lies in their licence to beat up anyone they want, anytime they want – academic decorum be damned.
Chhatra League yesterday expelled 17 leaders and activists of its Eden Mohila College unit for their alleged involvement in anti-disciplinary activities.
Can the practice of party-based politics benefit students in any meaningful way?
Yes, but not through Chhatra League
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today (August 31, 2022) asked Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) leaders and activists to develop themselves as perfect leaders by letting go of personal interests and greed.
Students are outraged over the recent incidents at BUET.
Former Ducsu vice-president Nurul Haque Nur has been sued in a case under Digital Security Act in Chattogram – for allegedly making “derogatory remarks” about Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Deputy Education Minister Mohibul Hassan Chowdhury Nowfel.
No, silly, there is no such prize for violence. That’s just a conversation starter. After all, what better way to invoke the mighty Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) than with a nod to violence?
Queuing up opposite each other by forming an aisle between them, Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal and Bangladesh Chhatra League leaders welcomed students who had come to take the admission test on the Dhaka University campus today (June 4, 2022).
It may seem like an odd assortment of items to be afflicted by the inflationary fever currently in circulation, but following the basic rules of economics—when demand goes up, with existing supply, prices will go up in a free market
A section of Chhatra League activists locked the entrance of Chittagong University (CU) early today (June 1, 2022).
Alumni of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) demand resignation of the vice chancellor and an overhauling of the administration at the earliest.