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Today is International Mountain Day

Today is International Mountain Day. The United Nations declared December 11 as International Mountain Day, with a view to improving the quality of life and sustainable future of the people living in the Highlands in 2003. Since then, the day has been celebrated with due dignity in different countries every year. The day will be observed by the UN member states under the theme 'Sustainable Mountain Tourism'. On this occasion, there are special programs in the hilly areas of the country including Dhaka. Read More...

Today is International Day of Persons with Disabilities

Today is International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The 30th International Day of Persons with Disabilities is being celebrated around the world with a commitment to improve and protect the lives of people with physical and mental disabilities. Bangladesh is celebrating the 23rd National Disability Day this year. Declared by the United Nations since 1992, this day is being observed worldwide. Read More...

Today is the birthday of Zainul Abedin

Today is the 108th birthday of the famous twentieth century Bengali painter Zainul Abedin. He was born on 29 December 1914 in Kendua, Mymensingh district. Deep interest and perseverance in art from very early age of his life made him a famous painter. Zainul Abedin ran away from home at the age of sixteen to visit Government School of Arts in Kolkata, India with friends. Read More...

Today is International Migrants Day

Today (Saturday) is International Migrants Day. The day is celebrated worldwide on December 18 every year. In Bangladesh as in other countries, various programs have been taken on the occasion of this day. Millions of people are migrating every year for various reasons including employment. At present this number is over 28 crores all over the world. Which is more than 3 and a half percent of the total population. This number is increasing every year due to conflict violence and climate change. Read More...

Mistakes to avoid in Work life

Many young people are entering the workplace after finishing their studies every year. However, in the new environment of the workplace, they cannot understand what they are doing right and what they are doing wrong. Many of the new generations of employees are not aware of the reasons that could ruin their careers. Or what can be done to prevent them. It is very important to refrain from making these mistakes. Read More...

What are the main concerns about the new Omicron variant?.

The B.1.1.529 variant also known as Omicron was first reported to WHO from South Africa on 24 November 2021. WHO designated the variant B.1.1.529 as a variant of concern. There is not much we know about the virus yet. Researchers in South Africa and around the world are conducting studies to better understand many aspects of Omicron and will continue to share the findings of these studies as they become available. Read More...


What are the main concerns about the new Omicron variant?

The B.1.1.529 variant also known as Omicron was first reported to WHO from South Africa on 24 November 2021. WHO designated the variant B.1.1.529 as a variant of concern. There is not much we know about the virus yet. Researchers in South Africa and around the world are conducting studies to better understand many aspects of Omicron and will continue to share the findings of these studies as they become available. Read More...

Carmichael College: A witness to tradition in education and culture

One of the traditional educational institutions of Bangladesh. This institution has been making a huge contribution to the education and culture of greater Rangpur since its inception. The college was named Carmichael College after Lord Baron Carmichael, the Governor of Bengal. The journey of Carmichael College started in 1918. Some of the top Zamindars of Rangpur played an important role in the establishment. They started construction of the college building on 300 acres of land. They collected 7 lakhs 50 thousand rupees for the construction of this college building. Dr. Watkin, a German citizen, was the founding principal of the college. Read More...

Dr. Milon Day: Fall of Dictatorship

Today is Shaheed Milon Day. Jasad leader Dr. Shamsul Alam Khan Milon was martyred while taking part in the anti-authoritarian movement of the nineties. His sacrifice was a significant milestone in the fall of the dictatorial government. That is why democracy-loving people observe this day as Dr. Milon Day. Read More...