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Abrar’s mother knocks on PM’s door seeking justice

Kushtia – Rokeya Khatun, mother of slain Buet student Abrar Fahad, on Monday urged the Prime Minister to take steps to ensure exemplary punishment of the killers of her son. Rokeya Khatun, stunned by the murder, said she simply failed to understand how a gentle and meritorious boy like her son who was a second-year student of Electrical and Electronic ... Read More »

RU pro-VC, law student audio call goes viral for bribery

Dhaka, Oct 01 – An audio call record of pro-vice chancellor of Rajshahi University (RU) and a student of law department hasgone viral on social media, Facebook over recruitment of teacher and taking bribes from an applicant. The students and teachers raised question how it is possible among them and they also launched for going protest movement concerned the matter. Read More »

25 politicians complete `Young Leaders Fellowship Program’

Dhaka: Twenty-five young political leaders affiliated with Bangladesh Awami League (AL), Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and Jatiya Party (JaPa) graduated on Thursday from the `Young Leaders Fellowship Program.’ Democracy International (DI) awarded the young leaders with graduation certificates during the ceremony held at the Golden Tulip The Grandmark Dhaka. Read More »

Global Climate Strike begins in Asia, Greta to lead from NY

Courtesy, BBC: Demonstrations are already taking place in Bangkok and later in the day protests are planned in Japan, Indonesia, the Philippines and Myanmar. Many of these events will be on a much smaller scale than what we’re seeing in Australia right now though, and a few other countries like Singapore or South Korea have protests planned only on the ... Read More »

Greta Thunberg to lead Global Climate Strike on Friday

The international protest from 150 countries will come ahead of the UN Climate Action Summit. Young people from around the world are leading a massive coordinated strike from school on Friday, September 20, to protest government and business inaction on climate change. It is likely to be one of the largest environmental protests in history. Read More »