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  • JU teachers skip class, exam for VC’s resign
  • No room for indifference in streamlining brickfields
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  • Reclaiming Jahangirnagar from a ‘godfather’ VC
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  • Jahangirnagar University teachers march to press home their seven-point demand, including trial of the killers of JU student Zubair Ahmed. February 11, 2012.

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Corruption must be fought from the top

Despite the country’s efforts to reduce the level of corruption in society... Full story

No room for indifference in streamlining brickfields

The concern expressed by experts on Saturday at the second Green... Full story

Reclaiming Jahangirnagar from a ‘godfather’ VC

Jahangirnagar University teachers march to press home their seven-point demand, including trial of the killers of JU student Zubair Ahmed. February 11, 2012.
Is it an exaggeration to speak of Jahangirnagar university's vice-chancellor professor Sharif Enamul Kabir as a ‘godfather’? Press reports of the last one and a half year doesn't incline one to think so. They strongly indicate, as do protests by students and teachers, that the VC... Full story


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