EAM Asaduzzaman | The Daily Star
  • EAM Asaduzzaman

  • Worker-turned factory owner dreams big

    Mehedi Hasan was once an ordinary worker at a factory in Dhaka’s Mirpur area.
  • Ethnic Musahar kids’ lone school closed for two years

    Children of indigenous Musahar community living at Subarnakhuli village on the border of Nilphamari Sadar upazila and Dinajpur’s Khansama upazila are deprived of schooling as their lone institution Subarnakhuli LSS Primary School has remained under lock and key for the last two years.
  • Kumlai river in Dimla cut into pieces

    Once mighty Kumlai river, flowing through different villages of Dimla upazila in Nilphamari, is now left dissected into pieces as influential locals have encroached on it at various points to build houses and other establishments.
  • Met offices in Rangpur need upgradation

    It is difficult to predict the weather in Rangpur division as the meteorological offices here are conducting their operations with analog system equipment. Besides, the only radar in the divisional office, which cover eight northern districts,remained out of order for the last seven years.
  • People suffer as bridge lies incomplete

    Around three lakh people of Nilphamari Sadar and Kishoreganj upazilas are badly suffering as an important bridge over the Charalkata river at Parerhat on Kishoreganj-Babrijhar road has remained incomplete after the contractor concerned left, keeping the work half done over a year ago.