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  • Bangladesh

    5,000 seats for students at Test match

    Hyderabad Cricket Association is gearing up to host the one-off Test match between India and Bangladesh from February 9 to 13 at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium despite the early serious doubts expressed in some quarters about it hosting the match for want of funds.

  • Muggers stab 2 sibling students of DU

    Two students of Dhaka University who are also siblings were stabbed by muggers at Tikatuli in Dhaka.

  • Ctg students demand re-evaluation of SSC test

    A section of students and their guardians have alleged wrong evaluation in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations and demanded rechecking of mathematics test paper.

  • Schools asked to relax rules

    The authorities of secondary schools can reschedule classes amid a heat wave sweeping the country for the last three weeks.

  • School-goers hit hard by heat

    With a heat wave sweeping the country for weeks, school-going children are falling sick due to the scorching summer sun.

  • 82,500 kids get primary scholarship

    The government yesterday published the list of scholarship recipients in Primary Terminal Examinations 2015, increasing the number by 27,500. It also raised the stipend amount for the students.

  • A little care making big difference

    She has almost all the skills of a dancer. When she performs in a group on stage, she can hardly be distinguished from others. She

  • Career Crafting, SevenSages

    Career crafting session with SevenSages powered by The Daily Star

    Students who are looking for guidance to shape up their careers can join the seminar titled ‘Career Crafting’. They need to register beforehand. To register please visit:

  • Serving the orphans

    Faridul Islam Farid would not want others to suffer what he went through.

  • DU looking for 29 militant suspects

    After expelling six students, Dhaka University authorities are looking for another 29 students of Business Faculty for their alleged involvement with the banned Islamist outfit Hizb ut-Tahrir.

  • New books, big smiles

    For schoolchildren all over the country, the first morning of the New Year came with the refreshing smell of fresh textbooks. As they went to their respective schools braving the morning chill yesterday, they each were handed over a new set of textbooks at all primary and secondary schools. Beaming with joy, some students held the books up in the air, while some were flipping through the pages after receiving them with a feeling of sheer happiness written on their faces.

  • VAT protesters, Titumir BCL scuffle at Kakoli

    About 29 people are injured after anti-VAT demonstrators and Titumir College Chhatra League activists scuffle at Kakoli today.

  • When wrong is right! (video)

    With utter disregard for law and norms, Dhaka University and Jagannath University buses ply on the wrong side of city streets regularly, apparently to avoid traffic.

  • When foreigners lend a hand to clean Dhaka (video)

    A group of students from University of Japan in Bangladesh take matters on their hand lending their effort to make a cleaner Dhaka and raise awareness among all for the same.

  • 2 girls killed in Mymensingh road crash

    Two female madrasa students are dead and two injured in a road accident in Naudhar area on Dhaka-Mymensingh highway.

  • Modi-Jugalbandi

    Modi plays impromptu tabla with school kid (video)

    In an unusual gesture, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with a school kid at the Education City in Jawanga in Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh during his visit there.

  • Indian media: Ex-minister's 'bizarre' suggestion to stop cheating

    Indian websites are abuzz with former federal minister Laloo Prasad Yadav's "bizarre" suggestion to stop cheating in school exams.

  • Fears UK medics crossed into Syria

    Nine British medical students and doctors are feared to has travel to Syria to work in areas controlled by Islamic State militants.

  • NU holds anti-blockade programme

    Thousands of students and teachers of National University form human chains across the country demanding withdrawal of the ongoing blockade, which is badly hampering education