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Body of domestic tourist girl recovered from Kuakata hotel

Dhaka, March 03 – Police recovered the body of a tourist named Ishita, 19 from a residential hotel ‘Holiday Inn.’ in Kuakata, Patuakhali. The body of the tourist was recovered from the hotel’s room number 108 around 8 am on Tuesday morning and sent to Patuakhali morgue for autopsy. A UD case has been filed at the Mahipur Police Station ... Read More »

Fragility, conflict could stop the world from ending poverty

By 2030, up to two-thirds of the world’s extreme poor will live in fragile and conflict-affected situations, threatening to reverse development gains. The World Bank Group’s strategy aims to enhance its effectiveness on the ground by scaling up financing, tailoring operations and deepening partnerships to invest in people, secure peace and promote prosperity. Read More »

26 int’l veterinary confce at BAU, Mymensingh from 28 Feb

Mymensingh, Feb 26 – 70 papers and 79 posters will be presented at the 26th International scientific conference of Bangladesh Society for Veterinary Education and Research (BSVER). This information was released at a press conference held at Medicine Conference Room at Veterinary Science faculty of Bangladesh Agricultural University on Wednesday at 11 am. Read More »

Science Olympiad by ROSATOM from February 22

To promote and popularize science education in Bangladesh, the Russian State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom organizes a Science Olympiad titled ‘Precise Energy’ for the universities of Rajshahi Division, that hosts the first-ever nuclear power plant of the country. The Olympiad will be held in two stages. Read More »

Farmers benefiting from “BAU Soil Testing Kit”

Mymensingh, Feb 08 – Farmers are benefiting from the use of “BAU Soil Testing Kit”, a special soil testing device developed by the Soil Science department of Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU). It measures the soil quality of the cultivated land and the amount of fertilizer to be required. Farmers of different areas in Mymensingh district are already delighted to see ... Read More »

US Mideast Peace Plan: From a paper Pharaoh and a fake Moses

By Ameen Izzadeen COLOMBO, Sri Lanka, Feb 3 2020 (IPS) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin (Bibi) Netanyahu was slapped corruption charges last week while he was hobnobbing with US President Donald Trump in Washington. Bibi has, apparently, done his homework in psychology. He knew the quickest way to get around Trump was to flatter him. Read More »

Three poems from Siti Ruqaiyah Hashim

PRAYERS FOR AISHA LULU Today Aisha Lulu, 5 years old An orphan from Gaza Died alone Ah! The small martyr Nobody from her family Allowed to follow her to hospital in Jerusalem Because that’s the rules Of checkpoints soldiers of Zionist Though Aisha Lulu was fighting for her life From a chronic brain tumour Only an unknown woman Allowed to ... Read More »

‘The Lalon Music Conference’ to start from March 4

Culture Desk Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was an ardent devotee of the great bards– Lalon, Rabindra and Nazrul. As Lalon has said, “Man will be a golden man if he surrenders himself to a wise one” Bangabandhu declared in newly independent homeland, “I need a golden man to build Bangladesh as an ornate land”. Since Bangabandhu was a devotee of ... Read More »

Brexit: Rejoiners must learn from their mistakes

by Brendan Donnelly Director, The Federal Trust, 22nd January 2020 Many members of the “Remain Coalition” have been disappointed by the role played by the European issue in the leadership contest of the Labour Party. No candidate has suggested a policy of continuing opposition to Brexit. Some candidates have on the contrary sought to argue that Labour’s ambiguous European policy ... Read More »

From Digital Diplomacy to Data Diplomacy

By Cathryn Clüver Ashbrook CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts, Jan 20 2020 (IPS) – The digital revolution arrived late at the heart of ministries of foreign affairs across the Western world. Ministries latched on to social media around the time of Tahrir Square and Iran’s 2009 Green Revolution, beguiled by a vision of the technology engendering a networked evolution toward more liberal societies. Read More »