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Manobotar Deyal: A humane initiative by Lalbagh Sporting Club
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Manobotar Deyal: A humane initiative by Lalbagh Sporting Club

Manobotar Deyal is an innovative humanitarian activity that has sparked curiosity all over the country.

  • Inspiring the youth for mountaineering

    Rope4 facilitates trainings and workshops on adventurous activities, team building, survival camping, mountaineering expeditions and more. The mission of Rope4 is to contribute to the development of youths, by educating them on positive and adventurous outdoor activities.

  • Youth Opportunities

    The World Bank/Wharton School Ideas for Action Competition 2019

  • On Shirshendu Mukhopadhay's thrilling stories

    When I was young, ghost stories amused me. While some ghosts offered boons, others were busy holding princesses captive in tall towers.

  • International conference at BRAC University

    The department of English and Humanities of BRAC University hosted a two-day international conference titled ‘Rethinking Disciplinary Diversity: Challenges of Teaching English In The 21st Century’ recently.

  • National Finals of the GSEA held in Dhaka

    The Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) represents more than 1,700 prominent student entrepreneurs from around 60 countries.

  • Gaining ground for WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

    Growing up in Dhaka, sporting guard and former captain of the Bangladesh Women's National Basketball Team, Ashreen Mridha, was first introduced to the sport by her father, who organised sports events at her school.

  • Youth Opportunities

    BRAC, world's largest and no. 1 NGO, is looking for the next big innovator to join their team by applying for the BRAC Social Innovation Fellowship 2019.

  • DHAKA CLIMATE TALK 2018

    Youth Environment and Social Development Society (YESDS) & Department of Environmental Science, Stamford University Bangladesh,

  • Cancer Awareness Programme for Women celebrates its 3rd anniversary

    Musa Karim Ripon, a student of Islamic University in Kushtia, lost his mother and aunt to breast cancer in 2013. Early diagnosis could have saved their lives.

  • Blueprints 4.0 first round tomorrow

    The first round workshop of 4th edition of ‘Blueprints”, the ultimate platform for the undergraduate Finance devotees to make their financial expertise and knowledge well-expressed, will take place tomorrow on the premises of North South University in Dhaka.

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