Surrendered militants would be rehabilitated: PM

Our Correspondent: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said the government will provide legal support and make arrangements for rehabilitation to the derailed militants who would come back from the wrong path of militancy. The Prime Minister came up with the assurance while responding to a tabled question from treasury bench member Kamal Ahmed Mazumdar in the House on Wednesday afternoon with […]

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DU female student commits suicide by hanging

DU Correspondent: A female student of Dhaka University (DU) has allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself from a ceiling fan in her residence in Dhaka. The deceased was identified as Mohosina Medha, a second year student of International Relations department Dhaka University and hailed from Comilla district. Confirming the matter, Dhaka University proctor A M Amzad Ali told risingbd.com that […]

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Submit your manuscript to IJNSS

News Desk: International Journal of Natural and Social Science (IJNSS) is pleased to invite paper(s) from interested scientist/colleagues to publish his/her works in February 2016 issue. IJNSS is a peer reviewed indexed journal. Manuscripts can be submitted via email to editor.nssjournal@gmail.com  or online at http://ijnss.org/submit-manuscript/ . The deadline for submission of manuscript is January 25, 2017.

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Agro-tech fair held at BAU

Bangladesh Agricultural University Correspondent: A three-day agro-tech fair started on the occasion of Regional Network on Poverty Eradication (RENPER) international seminar at agriculture faculty corridor of Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU) in Mymensingh on Sunday. The fair organized by Regional Network on Poverty Eradication (RENPER) and BAU for reduction of poverty through new advance technology and understanding the importance of academia […]

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Dragon fruit farming sees success in Jhenidah (Video)

Jhenidah Correspondent: A dragon fruit orchard at Mundia village in Kaliganj upazila under the district attracts a good number of visitors, especially youths. Borhan Khan, 45, of Pukuria village under the upazila has cultivated dragon fruit on 33 decimals of leased land at Mundia village, being inspired by agriculturist Dr Rostom Ali. The fruit, cultivated in different Asian countries including […]

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BAU Teacher isolate ‘Citrus Greening Disease’ causing Bacterium

Bangladesh Agricultural University Correspondent: Damaging citrus greening disease, which causes the top leaves of citrus plants to turn yellow and dry out, and is a problem for citrus farmers worldwide, has been confirmed in Bangladesh for the first time. The symptoms of the disease have long been observed in Bangladesh but were previously blamed on commonplace nutritional deficiencies, including inadequate […]

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Dragon fruit starts gaining popularity (Video)

Our Correspondent: Dragon, a delicious but non-conventional fruit in Bangladesh, has started gaining popularity among both farmers and consumers level for its high commercial and nutritional values. The number of commercial growers is gradually increasing as they are getting lucrative price of their produce in both local and outside markets. In Rajshahi markets, the high valued fruit is being sold […]

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Flower farming commercially viable (Video)

Jessore Correspondent: When Sher Ali, a farmer of Panisara village in Jhikargachha upazila of Jessore, started commercial cultivation of tuberose (rajanigandha) on just 30 decimals of land in 1983, none could imagine that flower farming could be profitable. Inspired by Sher Ali, many in the village and adjoining Gotkhali started flower cultivation commercially in late 1980s and early 1990s. Now […]

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