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    Journey of a young girl with disability

    online desk | Sunday, 03 December 2017 | read 624 times

    The International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) comes with a lot of significance for me. As a person with disability myself, from being denied admission in a regular school to getting rejected for health care, I had to struggle at each step in my life. In spite of this, I’m trying to make my mark as a young disability rights activist. It has not been an easy journey for ...details

    The International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) comes with a lot of significance for me. As a person with disability myself, from being denied admission in a regular school to getting rejected for health care, I had to struggle at each step in my life. In spite of this, I’m ...details

    The International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) comes with a lot of significance for me. As a person with ...details

    Flies can help in public health surveillance: Study

    online desk | Tuesday, 28 November 2017 | read 357 times

    Science could soon unleash a most incongruous army in the war against disease - one composed of filthy flies. Researchers have found that because flies are the very vessels that transport harmful and sometimes deadly bacteria, the insects can also be used to monitor the diseases circulating in the environment. Research led by Professor Stephan Schuster, a geneticist at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) of Singapore, found that houseflies and blowflies - the ...details

    Science could soon unleash a most incongruous army in the war against disease - one composed of filthy flies. Researchers have found that because flies are the very vessels that transport harmful and sometimes deadly bacteria, the insects can also be used to monitor the diseases circulating in the environment. Research led ...details

    Science could soon unleash a most incongruous army in the war against disease - one composed of filthy flies. Researchers have ...details

    Gold gets pricier as wedding season begins in Bangladesh

    online desk | Saturday, 25 November 2017 | read 758 times

    As winter begins in Bangladesh—the wedding season in the country, jewellers have hiked gold prices, after cutting the rate in late September. In a statement on Saturday, the trade body, Bangladesh Jewellers Samity, said the new prices will be effective from Sunday, with finest quality 22-carat gold costing Tk 4,220 per gram, which is about 3 percent higher. Prices were last revised on Sep 26 this year, when it was cut for ...details

    As winter begins in Bangladesh—the wedding season in the country, jewellers have hiked gold prices, after cutting the rate in late September. In a statement on Saturday, the trade body, Bangladesh Jewellers Samity, said the new prices will be effective from Sunday, with finest quality 22-carat gold costing Tk 4,220 per ...details

    As winter begins in Bangladesh—the wedding season in the country, jewellers have hiked gold prices, after cutting the rate in ...details

    Arrests cannot be made under Section 57 without investigation, says IGP

    online desk | Sunday, 12 November 2017 | read 397 times

    Australia cockatoos chew billion-dollar broadband

    Ajker Ograbani Desk | Saturday, 04 November 2017 | read 653 times

    Australia cockatoos chew billion-dollar broadband

    Australia cockatoos chew billion-dollar broadband Australia's multimillion dollar broadband network is under attack - from cockatoos. The National Broadband Network (NBN) company said it has spent tens of thousands of dollars so far fixing cables chewed by the birds. Australian broadband is already criticised for being slow. According to a recent report it ranks 50th in the world for internet speed. NBN estimates the bill will rise sharply as more damage is uncovered. In an ...details

    Australia cockatoos chew billion-dollar broadband Australia's multimillion dollar broadband network is under attack - from cockatoos. The National Broadband Network (NBN) company said it has spent tens of thousands of dollars so far fixing cables chewed by the birds. Australian broadband is already criticised for being slow. According to a recent report it ...details

    Australia cockatoos chew billion-dollar broadband Australia's multimillion dollar broadband network is under attack - from cockatoos. The National Broadband Network (NBN) company ...details

    I can’t live without him, bye

    Ajker Ograbani Desk | Saturday, 28 October 2017 | read 721 times

    "Bury me with Khoka. I can't live without him, bye." One day after her husband's suicide, the wife named Ritu Akter (19) committed suicide. Police recovered the body of the housewife from the storeroom of Bahar Miah's house in Brahmanbaria city on Wednesday (September 27th). Earlier on Monday afternoon, her husband Khoka Mia committed suicide by hanging himself at a rented house in the Dakshinkhan area of Dhaka. The relatives buried him in ...details

    "Bury me with Khoka. I can't live without him, bye." One day after her husband's suicide, the wife named Ritu Akter (19) committed suicide. Police recovered the body of the housewife from the storeroom of Bahar Miah's house in Brahmanbaria city on Wednesday (September 27th). Earlier on Monday afternoon, her husband Khoka Mia ...details

    "Bury me with Khoka. I can't live without him, bye." One day after her husband's suicide, the wife named Ritu Akter ...details

    Girl ‘set on fire for stealing mobile phone’ dies at DMCH

    Ajker Ograbani Desk | Saturday, 28 October 2017 | read 384 times

    Aziza Begum, a class-V student and daughter of Abdus Sattar, was first taken to Narsingdi District Hospital with severe burn injuries

    A 12-year-old girl, who was allegedly set on fire by her aunt for stealing a mobile phone at Khainput village in Shibpur upazila on Friday, night died at Dhaka Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) on Saturday. Aziza Begum, a class-V student and daughter of Abdus Sattar, was first ...details

    Aziza Begum, a class-V student and daughter of Abdus Sattar, was first taken to Narsingdi District Hospital with severe burn injuries

    A 12-year-old girl, who was allegedly set on fire by her aunt for stealing a mobile phone at Khainput village in Shibpur upazila on Friday, night died ...details

    Aziza Begum, a class-V student and daughter of Abdus Sattar, was first taken to Narsingdi District Hospital with ...details

    Graft scaring off foreign investors: German envoy

    Ajker Ograbani Desk | Thursday, 26 October 2017 | read 563 times

    Corruption in Bangladesh is the main barrier to attracting foreign investment from Germany, German Ambassador Thomas Prinz said yesterday. Germans are extremely careful about this kind of non-compliance behaviour, he told a group of businesspeople at a luncheon meeting of Foreign Investors' Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Ficci) at the Westin Dhaka hotel. Attracting foreign investment is an uphill battle, Prinz said. If structural reforms are not brought about here, it will be ...details

    Corruption in Bangladesh is the main barrier to attracting foreign investment from Germany, German Ambassador Thomas Prinz said yesterday. Germans are extremely careful about this kind of non-compliance behaviour, he told a group of businesspeople at a luncheon meeting of Foreign Investors' Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Ficci) at the Westin ...details

    Corruption in Bangladesh is the main barrier to attracting foreign investment from Germany, German Ambassador Thomas Prinz said yesterday. Germans are ...details

    School forces teenage pupil to write out passages on ‘one step closer to death’

    Ajker Ograbani Desk | Thursday, 21 September 2017 | read 361 times

    A school has apologised after a pupil who was late to class was punished by being forced to write out passages about how she was 'one step closer to death'. The teenager was given a one-hour after school detention after she was a minute late for class, her family claim. The top student was horrified when she had to copy out and sign her name declaring a sinister passage from a 'Book ...details

    A school has apologised after a pupil who was late to class was punished by being forced to write out passages about how she was 'one step closer to death'. The teenager was given a one-hour after school detention after she was a minute late for class, her family claim. The top ...details

    A school has apologised after a pupil who was late to class was punished by being forced to write out ...details

    Worthy daughter of illustrious scientists and her alchemical successes

    Ajker Ograbani Desk | Monday, 18 September 2017 | read 497 times

    She discovered the missing part of the heart of matter but unfortunately didn't get the credit. Undeterred, she went on to advance her illustrious scientist mother's contribution by recreating in the lab a key natural phenomenon, thus achieving the long human quest to transform substances -- and laying the foundation for manipulating the atom's immense energy for purposes beneficial and destructive. But our modern and successful alchemist Irene Joliot-Curie, whose 120th ...details

    She discovered the missing part of the heart of matter but unfortunately didn't get the credit. Undeterred, she went on to advance her illustrious scientist mother's contribution by recreating in the lab a key natural phenomenon, thus achieving the long human quest to transform substances -- and laying the foundation ...details

    She discovered the missing part of the heart of matter but unfortunately didn't get the credit. Undeterred, she went on ...details

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