EAM Asaduzzaman | The Daily Star
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  • Nation reels towards poultry shortage

    There has been a stunning slump in demand for meat and eggs since coronavirus arrived on these shores. And the dizzying speed at which the lethal pathogen went about upending life in the country prompted many farms, slapped by unprecedented losses, to cut back on production by more than half.
  • Chemical-free vegetable brings bright prospect

    Tilai Joychondi village in Sadar upazila has already earned the reputation of ‘safe vegetable producing area’ as a good number of farmers are cultivating in environment-friendly way for producing poison-free vegetables.
  • Nilphamari Medical College: Students suffer for want of permanent campus

    Nilphamari Medical College, that was established two years ago, is yet to get its permanent campus to run the academic and administrative activities.
  • Damaged historic nilkuthi yet to be repaired

    The damaged roof of historic ‘nilkuthi’ (house for indigo business in British era) at Notkhana village, three kilometres from Nilphamari town, is yet to be repaired, 40 days after breaking of the part by labourers engaged by the district police.
  • Train journey to India via Chilahati likely from July

    The third direct train connection with neighbouring India, through bordering Chilahati station in Nilphamari, is likely to start in July this year as half of the work for the purpose has been done in six months.
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