Election tainted by anomalies
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Election tainted by anomalies

Referring to yesterday’s Ducsu polls, the former leaders of the students’ body said the “vote…

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Girl students first to raise the alarm
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Girl students first to raise the alarm

What could have been a day of boundless festivity was spoiled by allegations of foul…

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Badrul Hassan Khan Jhontu’s ‘Shesh Thikana’
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Badrul Hassan Khan Jhontu’s ‘Shesh Thikana’

Artiste Badrul Hassan Khan Jhontu, unveiled his first solo album during a ceremony held at…

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‘Swedish Dads and Bangladeshi Babas’ concludes
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‘Swedish Dads and Bangladeshi Babas’ concludes

The Embassy of Sweden in Bangladesh, in collaboration with the UN Women Bangladesh, hosted a…

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bKash launches add money service with Mastercard
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bKash launches add money service with Mastercard

  News Desk  bdnews24.com Article source: https://bdnews24.com/business/2019/03/11/bkash-launches-add-money-service-with-mastercard

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In stunning upset, quota protest leader Nur elected DUCSU VP
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In stunning upset, quota protest leader Nur elected DUCSU VP

Bangladesh Chhatra League or BCL’s Golam Rabbani has won the post of DUCSU general secretary…

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8 DU teachers demand fresh Ducsu polls
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8 DU teachers demand fresh Ducsu polls

A panel of eight teachers of Dhaka University, who voluntarily observed the just concluded Ducsu…

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Concerns come true
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Concerns come true

The day began with high hopes for a fair Ducsu election pending for nearly three…

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Sabila Nur excited about Wedding Bells
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Sabila Nur excited about Wedding Bells

Sabila Nur is one of the most recognisable names among the youth in the country.…

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Amalgam of Arts in Rajasthan
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Amalgam of Arts in Rajasthan

An international art exhibition titled Amalgam of Arts at Chaturtik Art Gallery, was recently held…

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