Bogura

Bogura cold storage fined for stocking 5 lakh eggs

A cold storage has been fined by Bogura's Kahalu upazila administration for illegally storing around five lakh eggs

In pictures: The land of carrots

These villages are well-known for carrot cultivation, with a daily supply of around 2,000 maunds of the winter vegetable going to Dhaka, Tangail, and other districts for the past 14-15 years.

Mushfiqur's father wants his son play his last int'l match in Bogura

The cricketer’s father said this while talking to reporters during a mass signature campaign demanding reinstatement of the Shaheed Chandu Stadium as a BCB venue.

Youth Games: Poor input leads to ‘almost zero output’

The final round of the Sheikh Kamal 2nd Bangladesh Youth Games was inaugurated on 26th February by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina,

'Have some shame': Bogura sports organiser says about BCB official

Bogura District Sports Association’s general secretary Masudur Rahman Milan held a press conference last night and said that BCB officials should be ashamed of themselves.

Frustrated BCB set to cut ties with Shaheed Chandu Stadium

Vexed by non-cooperation from the district’s local sports bodies and organisers for years, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is set to withdraw their association from the Shaheed Chandu Stadium in Bogura.

In photos: Winter vegetables galore at Bogura Mahasthangarh market

Bogura's Mahasthangarh market, the largest vegetable market in the north, is brimming with vendors showcasing their array of winter vegetables.

Top 5 places to visit in Bogura

Bogura, the gateway to North Bengal, is an ancient land seeped in history and tradition. Although the township was created near the Karatoya River, the Jamuna River has enriched the district with small Char areas. If you want, you can easily spend two days leisurely exploring some of the historic sites of Bogura. Here are just the top 5.

The Potter’s Community in Bogura

Every country has its own heritage crafts. While we may have many, from weaving authentic Jamdani to knitting bamboo baskets, very few people know about their history and traditions. Today, in this article we will be talking about one of our most talked about heritages: the art of pottery making and the village that stays awake in keeping our pottery heritages alive. The Bengali term for Pottery making is ‘mritshilpo’, which mostly specifies the maneuver of the craft: the soil of Bangladesh.

May 16, 2024
May 16, 2024

Bogura cold storage fined for stocking 5 lakh eggs

A cold storage has been fined by Bogura's Kahalu upazila administration for illegally storing around five lakh eggs

February 3, 2024
February 3, 2024

In pictures: The land of carrots

These villages are well-known for carrot cultivation, with a daily supply of around 2,000 maunds of the winter vegetable going to Dhaka, Tangail, and other districts for the past 14-15 years.

March 5, 2023
March 5, 2023

Mushfiqur's father wants his son play his last int'l match in Bogura

The cricketer’s father said this while talking to reporters during a mass signature campaign demanding reinstatement of the Shaheed Chandu Stadium as a BCB venue.

March 4, 2023
March 4, 2023

Youth Games: Poor input leads to ‘almost zero output’

The final round of the Sheikh Kamal 2nd Bangladesh Youth Games was inaugurated on 26th February by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina,

March 3, 2023
March 3, 2023

'Have some shame': Bogura sports organiser says about BCB official

Bogura District Sports Association’s general secretary Masudur Rahman Milan held a press conference last night and said that BCB officials should be ashamed of themselves.

March 2, 2023
March 2, 2023

Frustrated BCB set to cut ties with Shaheed Chandu Stadium

Vexed by non-cooperation from the district’s local sports bodies and organisers for years, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is set to withdraw their association from the Shaheed Chandu Stadium in Bogura.

November 11, 2022
November 11, 2022

In photos: Winter vegetables galore at Bogura Mahasthangarh market

Bogura's Mahasthangarh market, the largest vegetable market in the north, is brimming with vendors showcasing their array of winter vegetables.

November 3, 2022
November 3, 2022

Top 5 places to visit in Bogura

Bogura, the gateway to North Bengal, is an ancient land seeped in history and tradition. Although the township was created near the Karatoya River, the Jamuna River has enriched the district with small Char areas. If you want, you can easily spend two days leisurely exploring some of the historic sites of Bogura. Here are just the top 5.

July 30, 2022
July 30, 2022

The Potter’s Community in Bogura

Every country has its own heritage crafts. While we may have many, from weaving authentic Jamdani to knitting bamboo baskets, very few people know about their history and traditions. Today, in this article we will be talking about one of our most talked about heritages: the art of pottery making and the village that stays awake in keeping our pottery heritages alive. The Bengali term for Pottery making is ‘mritshilpo’, which mostly specifies the maneuver of the craft: the soil of Bangladesh.

August 28, 2020
August 28, 2020

Father, son dead from electrocution in a pond in Bogura

A father and his son die of electrocution in a pond where its owner allegedly set up an electric trap to protect fishes from thieves in Nandigram upazila of Bogura.

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