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Dhaka-Beijing friendship refreshed with heavenly smiles By UNB | Last Updated: 23rd September, 2017, 01:00

The delegation members takes part in drawing classes and various games in the campus for couple of hours in an effort to build stronger friendship

Children refresh Dhaka-Beijing friendship with heavenly smiles

‘Shramik Awaaz’, ‘Rope’ to compete in ‘Film Southasia 2017’ ‘Shramik Awaaz’, ‘Rope’ to compete in ‘Film Southasia 2017’

The documentary film ‘Shramik Awaaz’ will also be screened at the 46th Annual Conference of South Asia in the United States next month


Solo painting show ‘Surrounding Faces’ begins Friday Solo painting show ‘Surrounding Faces’ begins Friday

The exhibition will be jointly inaugurated by Topu Khan, artist, MM Haikal Hashmi, chief risk officer of IFIC Bank and M A Maruf


Abdul Jabbar's dream of album on Bangabandhu remains unfulfilled The unfulfilled dream of Abdul Jabbar

Jabbar has only one album in his 50-year career as a singer which proves that he was not a commercial singer


Mahalaya is being celebrated Mahalaya is being celebrated

Mahalaya marks the end of Pitri-paksha (fortnight of Shradh or mourning) and beginning of Devi-paksha (fortnight of the Goddess)


Rolling Stone looks for buyer Rolling Stone looks for buyer

The iconic 50-year-old magazine of music and counterculture, is putting itself up for sale amid an increasingly uncertain outlook


People pay last tributes to Dwijen Sharma People pay last tributes to Dwijen Sharma

The eminent naturalist breathes his last at Square Hospital early Friday due to old age complications


Preparation on to celebrate Durga puja Preparation on to celebrate Durga puja

The festival will begin on September 26 and conclude on September 30 through the immersion of idols in rivers


George Harrison's sitar to be auctioned George Harrison's sitar to be auctioned

Harrison travelled to India to learn how to play the instrument under the renowned sitar maestro Ravi Shankar


Science writer Dwijen Sharma passes away
Dwijen Sharma passes away

Dwijen Sharma had long been sufferings from various old age complications, and undergoing treatment at theICU of Birdem Hospital since August 30


Carbon dating reveals earliest origins of zero symbol Carbon dating reveals earliest origins of zero symbol

The zero symbol evolved from a dot used in ancient India and can be seen throughout the Bakhshali manuscript


Youths vow to work as envoys to strengthen Dhaka-Beijing ties Youths vow to work as envoys to strengthen Dhaka-Beijing ties

Two members of Bangladesh youth delegation plant a tree on the campus as a sign of growing friendship between the two countries


Bangladesh-China Youth camp begins Tuesday in Yunnan Bangladesh-China Youth camp begins Tuesday in Yunnan

The 150-member student delegation from Bangladesh will pay a two-week extensive visit to Yunnan Province under the China-Bangladesh Youth Exchange Prg


Hitler's boxers may fetch $5,000 at auction Hitler's boxers may fetch $5,000 at auction

A very rare signed copy of Hitler's autobiography "Mein Kampf" will also be up for auction


Belgian Laurent Van der Stockt wins international photojournalism honour Belgian Van der Stockt wins international photojournalism honour

The reporter won the same prize in 2013 for his work covering rebels in the war in Syria


Blake illustrates Roald Dahl's final book, 26 years on Blake illustrates Dahl's final book

It was the only children's book by Roald Dahl that Sir Quentin had not provided illustrations for

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