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  • Buet students vow to uproot terror activities on campus

    Students of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) have taken an oath against terror activities on the campus.

  • Students boycott academic activities

    No classes, exams until killers expelled

    Buet students protesting and demanding justice for Abrar Fahad yesterday called off their protests, but declared to boycott their academic activities until the authorities expel the students involved in the killing.

  • Demands met, why continuing protests: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday questioned the justification for continuing the agitation on the Buet campus over the killing of Abrar Fahad after the students’ demands were met by the university authorities.

  • Beat him until he was motionless

    Buet unit Chhatra League leader Anik Sarkar yesterday confessed that he and some other accused kept hitting Abrar Fahad with cricket stumps until he became motionless.

  • Buet students to continue protest

    The agitated Buet students announce to continue their protest programme until the internal safety and security is ensured on the university campus.

  • Buet bans political activities on campus

    Buet Vice Chancellor Prof Saiful Islam declares ban on political activities of all organisations on the university campus following the brutal murder of its 2nd year student Abrar Fahad.

  • Buet protesters won’t budge

    The protesting Buet students yesterday said the VC has until 2:00pm today to make his stance clear about their demands, or else they would lock down all buildings on campus.

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    Masters students must leave halls within 15 days after exam: DU

    Students who are appearing in masters examination will have to leave their dormitories within fifteen days of completion of their exams, announce the authorities of Dhaka University.

  • BCL leader Amit Saha, 2 others held

    Police arrest three people including Chhatra League leader Amit Saha in connection with the brutal murder of Buet student Abrar Fahad.

  • Clear your stance or face tougher agitation: Buet students to VC

    Protesting students of Buet threaten to put all the administrative buildings under lock and key if the vice chancellor does not appear on the campus by 2:00pm tomorrow to clear his stance on the demands, which the students placed after the murder of their fellow Abrar Fahad.

  • BCL Reign of Terror: Univ admin did nothing

    Buet authorities knew that Chhatra League activists were bullying, verbally abusing and physically torturing students but they rarely took action against the perpetrators.

  • Buet hall provost resigns

    Muhammad Zafar Iqbal Khan, the provost of Sher-e-Bangla Hall in Buet, has resigned a day after the protesting students demanded his withdrawal over Abrar Fahad killing.

  • Nobody should be killed for exercising free speech: UN

    The United Nations has deplored the killing of young Buet student Abrar Farhad, saying freedom of speech is a human right.

  • Buet VC going to Kushtia to meet Abrar’s family

    The vice chancellor of Buet, who was asked to appear on the campus by this afternoon and answer why he didn’t show up right after the murder of Abrar Fahad, is said to have started for Kushtia to console the victim’s family members.

  • Buet alumni demands VC’s removal, overhaul of admin

    Alumni of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) demand resignation of the vice chancellor and an overhauling of the administration at the earliest.

  • Buet students issue 7-day ultimatum to ban politics on campus

    Protesting students of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) demand a complete ban on organisation-based politics on the campus within the next seven days.

  • Students confine Buet VC

    The agitating students of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) confine the university vice chancellor demanding punishment to the killers of their fellow Abrar Fahad.

  • Abrar laid to rest in Kushtia

    Buet student Abrar Fahad, who was beaten to death allegedly by Bangladesh Chhatra League activists of the university unit, is buried at his village at Raidanga village in Kumarkhali upazila in Kushtia.

  • Abrar had no affiliation with Shibir

    Abrar Fahad, a meritorious student of Buet, had no affiliation with Shibir, his family members says.

  • Abrar’s death triggers student protest

    Following the murder of Buet student Abrar Fahad, students of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) and the universities of Dhaka, Rajshahi and Jahangirnagar staged protests demanding punishment of the killers.

  • Feni river deal was Abrar's last Facebook post

    In his last Facebook post, Abrar Fahad expressed his critical view about Bangladesh’s agreement with India allowing the country to withdraw water from Feni river.

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    Buet students block roads, demand secure campus

    Protesting the alleged attack on them by students of Dhaka University, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) students block a road demanding for a secure campus.

  • Master plan for Payra deep-sea port on the cards

    The government has finally moved to prepare the master plan and design of the Payra deep-sea port by engaging Bangladesh

  • Next Halley's Comet

    It is only befitting, that the first female vice-chancellor of this male majority university (surprisingly true for all engineering schools around the world) comes from the Department of Architecture. And it is not just a symbolic gesture that many gather to say farewell to Professor Khaleda Ekram on a soaking day at BUET campus.

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    Buet VC Khaleda Ekram passes away

    Professor Khaleda Ekram, Buet's first ever vice chancellor, has passed away at the age of 66.

  • BUET conquers AZeotropy 2016

    Out of the 60 international teams participating in the acclaimed “AZeotropy” symposium arranged by Chemical Engineering association of IIT Bombay, only two teams were able to open that door. One of them was a team from BUET.

  • Disaster management in Bangladesh: Reducing vulnerabilities

    Bangladesh experienced over 200 natural disasters since 1980, leaving a total death toll of approximately 200,000 people and causing economic loss worth nearly $17 billion.

  • Moghbazar

    Buet student crushed under train in Moghbazar

    A student of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) is crushed under the wheels of a speeding train at Moghbazar in Dhaka.

  • Train fare set to go up

    A parliamentary body endorses a proposal to increase train fare aiming at improving the service quality and minimising losses in the sector.

  • 2 Dhaka buildings tilt, 6 show cracks after quake

    The tremor has tilted two six-storied residential buildings at Mazed Sardar Road in old part of Dhaka and Shanirakhra area in the capital.

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