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  • Mosque bears horrific memories of 1971

    Soon after the crackdown by the Pakistan army on the unarmed people of Bangladesh on the black night of March 25 in 1971, the occupation forces started raiding at different places across the country.
  • Nagarbari river port: Project delayed for 1yr, cost exceeds Tk 40cr

    The government’s initiative to establish one of the biggest river ports in northern region at Nagarbari in Pabna’s Bera upazila has delayed for one year while the project cost has already exceeded Tk 40 crore.
  • A look at Salanga movement

    It was January 27, 1922. Several thousand people including peasants, traders and buyers from different northern districts came to 'Salanga Haat', one of the biggest rural markets in the northern region at that time, for shopping for the whole week.
  • Ishwardi EPZ yet to reach potential

    A couple of decades ago, incomes of the people of Ishwardi upazila of Pabna and adjoining areas were mostly dependent onNorth Bengal Paper Mill and Alhaj Textile Mills.
  • The Salanga Massacre of 1922: History needs to be preserved

    It was January 27, 1922. Several thousand people including peasants, traders and buyers from different northern districts came to ‘Salanga Haat’, then one of the biggest rural markets in the northern region for shopping for the whole week,
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