DScE is collecting fund for responding to Corona Pandemic in Bangladesh

Dhaka School of Economics (DScE), a constituent institution of Dhaka University is responding to the poor class, the homeless and the deprived urban population of Dhaka city in the face of countrywide lockdown in Bangladesh. Bangladesh, the world’s 8th most populous country declared a lockdown up to 9th April due to exposure to the coronavirus […]

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Triage is detecting skin problems in the pic

Triage is detecting skin-related problems in no time, just with analyzing your picture. The institution is providing this facility on their website (triage.com) through a multi-task process. A user can himself/herself take a picture of the organs (where he/she suspects a problem) and then upload in the website. Instantly, he can get the problem detected. […]

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Corona is to cause “major global recession”: WB

Reuters, Washington World Bank Group President David Malpass has said the rapidly spreading COVID-19 pandemic was expected to cause a “major global recession” that would likely hit the poorest and most vulnerable countries the hardest. “We intend to respond forcefully and massively with support programs, especially for poor countries,” Malpass said in a posting on […]

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MoU singed between the Graphic Arts Institute and the SR Institute of Design

The SR Institute of Design has contracted with the Government Graphic Arts Institute to conduct training work aimed at building skilled manpower in graphics design and freelancing. The SR Institute of Design has been working for 8 years to build skilled manpower in the IT sector. It is affiliated with the Bangladesh Technical Education Board […]

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Environmentalist leader wins Budapest mayoral election

Karácsony Gergely, from the Green Dialogue for Hungary Party, was elected mayor of Budapest on Sunday in a blow to the ruling nationalist Fidesz party. Budapest’s newly-elected mayor has promised to transform the Hungarian capital into a “green and socially just” city in a major blow to Viktor Orbán’s right-wing nationalist government. Gergely Karácsony, 44, […]

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Career building in emerging world, Bachelor degree in Environmental Economics

Dhaka School of Economics (DScE), a constituent institution of University of Dhaka is offering bachelor degree on three emerging disciplines e.g environmental and resource economics, development economics and entrepreneurial economics. DScE is the first in facilitating these degrees in south Asia. Admission Requirements: Passed SSC/Dakhil/O level or equivalent examinations of 2014 to 2017 and HSC/Alim/A […]

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$1 bn to counter climate movement

Nearly a one billion dollars a year is flowing into the organized to climate change countermovement. The overwhelming majority of climate scientists, international governmental bodies, relevant research institutes and scientific societies are in unison in saying that climate change is real, that it’s a problem, and that we should probably do something about it now, […]

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IndiaJoy Global Youth Festival 2019 in Hyderabad

IndiaJoy Global Youth Festival will give some exceptional youngsters a chance to explore the latest digital technologies and network with international leaders through its Global Youth Program. Some talented individuals will be provided with an opportunity to join them at a six-day festival where knowledge and fun are simultaneously integrated. IndiaJoy is the largest Gaming, […]

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BUET student found dead after anti-India Facebook status

Dhaka, Bangladesh: A student of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) was allegedly beaten to death by some unidentified people at a room of Sher-e-Bangla Hall at Chawkbazar area in the capital early Monday. The deceased was indemnified as Fahad Mujahid, 21, a 2nd year student of electrical and electronics engineering department of the university.The […]

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Mask banned, riot spread out in Hong Kong

Thousands of people turned out in heavy rain across Hong Kong on Sunday to denounce a ban on face masks, brought in under sweeping colonial-era emergency powers in the city government’s latest attempt to stem a four-month-old protest movement. [ BBC, CNN, The Guardian] Police used water cannon, tear gas and truncheons, reportedly removing masks from demonstrators they […]

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