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BAU Journalists Association gets new committee

Mymensingh, Jan 26 – A 16-member executive committee of Bangladesh Agricultural University Journalists’ Association (BAUJA) has been formed for the year 2020. Md Nabil Tahmid of daily Ittefaq and Md Shahriar Amin of daily Amader Shomoy were elected as president and general secretary respectively. Read More »

‘Badhon’ new executive committee formed at BAU

Mymensingh, Jan 25 – A general meeting and charge handing over the programme of ‘Badhon’ 2019 was held at Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU). The program took place at Syed Nazrul Islam conference hall of the university on Friday at 7 pm. Tazmirul Islam and Habibur Rahman were selected President and General Secretary of the new committee respectively. The other members ... Read More »

CoU set to hold its Maiden convocation Monday

The Comilla University (CoU) has taken a colourful look as it has completed all necessary preparations to hold its maiden convocation on Monday. The maiden convocation of the university is going to be held after 14 years of its establishment. A festive mood is prevailing among the students, teachers and employees of the university over the last few days centring ... Read More »

Alarming crisis: 258 million kids not in schools: UN

UN, AP/UNB, Jan 25 -The U.N. deputy chief said Friday there is an “alarming” crisis in education, pointing to the 258 million children under the age of 17 who are not going to school — and only 49 percent completing secondary education. In addition, about 770 million adults are illiterate, most of them women, Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed told the ... Read More »

US-China ‘Phase One’ trade agreement triggers concerns

By D Ravi Kanth (Geneva) The “historic” and “transformative” trade agreement signed by the United States and China on 15 January 2020 could set a new normal in global trade relations by paving the way for a bilateral dispute resolution mechanism and managed trade between the world’s two largest economies – to the detriment of the multilateral trading system. Read More »

Corporal punishment has no virtues

The greatest birthday present ‘teachers’ and Imams in Bangladesh can give Bangabandhu on his 100th birthday anniversary this March 17, would be to amend their ways, abolish corporal punishment in its many forms, and stop damaging his children – the future of Bangladesh… the supreme assets of the nation. Read More »