Dandelionz and The Daily Star host the ‘Creating Patriots’ event for kids

On December 23rd, the premises of Dandelionz in Dhanmondi was filled with excitement as young minds gathered for the "Creating Patriots" event, organised in association with The Daily Star. As part of the celebration of Victory Day, this daylong program aimed to empower children aged 8-12 to become the changemakers Bangladesh needs.

When the sky lights up

A special comic this week on Rising Stars

Fashion meets art through trash at ULAB’s Trashion Show

The Department of Media Studies & Journalism (MSJ) at University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) organised “Trashion Show” – a fashion show where students crafted different outfits and accessories using recycled waste materials.



Non-fiction book fair begins at DU

The 7th edition of the non-fiction book fair will begin today on the premises of the Faculty of Business Studies at Dhaka University.

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Entire committee of Chhatra Odhikar Parishad DU unit resigns

The leaders and committee members of the Dhaka University unit of Bangladesh Chhatra Odhikar Parishad today resigned en masse from the organisation alleging violation of the organisation's constitution by its central leaders and their "sycophancy"

66 schools closed amid flood in Kurigram

Academic activities of 66 primary and secondary schools and madrasas have been suspended due to ongoing flood in Kurigram district

IU student assaulted by ‘BCL men’

A student of Islamic University (IU) was assaulted allegedly by Chhatra League activists on the campus in Kushtia today

Dhaka University Day celebrated

The 102nd founding anniversary of Dhaka University, the oldest university in the country, has been celebrated amidst much fanfare and festivities

30 hurt in BCL infighting at HSTU

At least 30 students of Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University (HSTU) were injured after two factions of Chhatra League clashed over establishing supremacy on the campus on last night

3 probe bodies formed over clashes at CU

The Chittagong University authorities have formed three committees to investigate sporadic clashes between two factions of Bangladesh Chhatra League

'BCL factional clash' breaks out at CU

Two factions of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) locked into a clash at Chittagong University this afternoon, sources in the university said.



15,000 people to get jobs at RCC employment fair

A day-long job fair started at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Hi-Tech Park in Rajshahi this afternoon in order to provide job opportunities to 15,000 people

41st BCS results likely this month

The result of the 41st BCS may come before the 40th BCS non-cadre recruitment recommendations

6 of the best YouTube channels for learning web development

Six of the best YouTube channels to learn web development.

How ChatGPT’s growth may be affecting young copywriters

According to writers, AI still has ways to go before it manages to cause a significant dent.

The case for studying law

The word “lawyer” might invoke certain scenes and images in our minds.

Here are 10 easy ways to earn money online

In today's world, it's easier than ever to make money from the comfort of your own home. Whether you're a stay-at-home parent, a student looking to earn some extra cash, or just someone who wants to make some money on the side, there are plenty of ways to earn money online. Here are 10 legitimate ways to earn money online:

LinkedIn offers 100+ free AI courses: Here’s how to start learning

The offered courses include high-demand topics such as Generative AI, AI and Machine Learning Foundations, Responsible AI, Advanced AI and Applied AI.

Equipping Bangladeshi Youth for the Global Job Market

Bangladesh has made tremendous economic growth over the last 50 years, but needs to resolve the youth unemployment and skills gap and reap the benefits of demographic dividend for sustaining its development.

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Young Icons

UIU and MIST secure 3rd and 5th position respectively in the Anatolian Rover Challenge

The Anatolian Rover Challenge (ARC) is an international rover competition for university teams.

IUB alumnus wins NASA grant for next gen space tech battery research

Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) Alumnus Md. Wahidul Hasan, a PhD candidate and Research Assistant at the South Dakota Mines, USA, and his team have won the prestigious NASA EPSCoR grant worth USD 750,000 to fund research into the next generation of lithium-sulphur batteries for use in space technology. The grant follows an innovation leading to the use of corn stalk residues to stabilise battery chemistry and nearly double charging capacity of current technology.

Bangladeshi school students bag first prize at NASA Space Settlement Contest 2023

Six students from DPS STS School Dhaka secured first place at the NASA Space Settlement Contest 2023.

Dhaka University secures 1st and 2nd positions at ICPC Asia Dhaka Regional Contest

DU secured the first and second positions while BUET came in third. 

BRACU and AIUB rank 9th and 11th respectively in International Rover Challenge 2023

BRACU Mongol Tori from BRAC University (BRACU) and AIUB Robotic Crew from American International University, Bangladesh (AIUB) have ranked 9th and 11th respectively in the International Rover Challenge (IRC) 2023. 

IUB student wins bronze in Asian Powerlifting Championship

Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) Marketing student Aditya Parvez has won bronze in the Deadlifts category at the Asian Powerlifting Championship 2022.

AIUB, BRACU, and IUT qualify for International Rover Challenge finals

Three teams from Bangladesh have qualified for the IRC 2023 finals.

Youth Multimedia

Youth Multimedia

Risking lives to attend classes

Arifa Khatun, a fourth-grader at Bostal Government Primary School in Sujanagar upazila of Pabna, has to travel to school using a boat every day, leaving her family concerned for her safety

Shakil becomes first Bangladeshi to complete the 'Great Himalaya Trail'

The 'Great Himalaya Trail' goes from east to west of Nepal through the Himalayan mountains. Less than 50 people from around the world have covered this 1,700km trail on foot. Ikramul Hasan Shakil from Phulbaria village, Gazipur became the first Bangladeshi to complete the adventure on July 9

CU campus: Music in the air

If you step inside Chittagong University's campus, the first thing that'll greet you is music. It's hard to miss music if you walk around the campus, from the iconic CU shuttle train station and academic buildings to the canteens, residential halls, roadside stalls, and streets. Music is everywhere!

What is Shammo doing now?

In 2019, Leuna Tasnim Shammo went viral on social media through her songs. Four years later, this little artiste still dreams about music

Meet Rituraj, the 9-year-old Guinness World Record holder

Rituraj Bhowmick, a 9-year-old from Bangladesh, has been listed in the Guinness World Records as the 'Youngest Series Book Author’. Now a social media sensation, Rituraj dreams of writing more

Daffodil International University launches M.Sc. in Cyber Security programme

The M.Sc. in Cyber Security is an extensive programme that combines theoretical knowledge with practical skills.

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Why we find it difficult to accept love at times

Some of us are afraid of becoming stuck because we owe too much to our relationships. We make an effort to give more than we receive to avoid feeling compelled or indebted.

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The curious case of study-with-me videos

Study-with-me videos are an interesting substitute that provide all the benefits of group study and none of the harm.

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Coming to terms with the fact that nothing lasts forever

The transience of things might be disturbing and extremely overwhelming.

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Early career job hopping: Why do fresh graduates do it and how is it perceived by employers?

Is early career job hopping a bad thing, and is it ever “too soon” to switch jobs?

The Eras experience

With The Eras Tour. Taylor Swift showcases why she is one of the best in the industry when it comes to putting on a show.

72pc of the youth feel unsafe to express opinions: survey

The study showcased that, due to these challenges, 42.4 percent of young people plan to move abroad

When should you pursue a Master’s degree?

There are some factors to consider when opting for a Master’s degree as opposed to going headfirst into the workforce.

How political instability affects students

While online classes are necessary given the situation, they are not a cure.

Hosting a spooky sleepover with friends

Sleepovers with friends are always fun and exciting. But do you know what would make them more fun and somewhat thrilling? Adding a spooky theme to the whole thing.

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