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UEL Professor chosen as President of Chartered Institute of Building

  Mental health awareness in the construction industry is to be one of the priorities for the University of East London’s (UEL) Professor Charles Egbu as he starts his tenure as president of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) on 27 June. Professor Egbu, who is pro vice-chancellor (education and experience) at UEL, said: “At UEL we offer a range ...

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Exhibition at UEL explores the power of art and creativity

  Over 50 primary and secondary schools from Newham will be showcasing their artistic talents at ‘Art Matters’, a week-long exhibition exploring the power of art and creativity, taking place at the University of East London (UEL) in July. The show, which represents the work of over 2,000 students in Newham and surrounding areas and is now in its 21st year, ...

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Ecnec clears 10 projects involving Tk 6,967 cr

The Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (Ecnec) meeting held at the NEC conference room with Ecnec Chairperson and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in the chair. Photo: PID Dhaka, Jun 25 : The Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (Ecnec) on Tuesday cleared 10 projects involving an estimated cost of Tk 6,967 crore. The approval came at an ...

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JaPa-led alliance to form govt in future: GM Quader

Jatiya Party acting Chairman GM Quader. File photo Dhaka, Jun 25 : Jatiya Party acting Chairman GM Quader on Tuesday said his party will lead an alliance in the coming days that will form the government. “Jatiya Party will lead an alliance in the future, and that alliance will be able to form the government,” he said at an organisational ...

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Astronomical relics of 5,000 yrs old discovered in central China

Photo: Undated file photo provided by the Zhengzhou Cultural Heritage Bureau shows a relic unearthed from the Qingtai Ruins in Zhengzhou, capital of central China’s Henan Province. Chinese archaeologists have evaluated astronomical relics discovered in the Qingtai Ruins as the country’s earliest evidence for “observing the images and giving time,” advancing history by nearly 1,000 years. Archaeologists found the “Big ...

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Karisma Kapoor celebrates her 45th birthday in London

Karisma Kapoor turned a year older on Tuesday and the actress celebrated her 45th birthday with her sister Kareena Kapoor in London. The Biwi No. 1 actress made the day by sharing a stylish yet adorable post of herself and Kareena on her Instagram diaries.In the photo, Karisma can be seen wearing a cute grey-coloured sweater and black culottes. She ...

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PM donates Tk 15cr to Khulna Child Hospital

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina donates Tk 15 crore to Khulna Child Hospital at her official residence Ganobhaban on Tuesday. Photo: PID Dhaka, Jun 25 : Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday donated Tk 15 crore to Khulna Child Hospital to provide free treatment to the poor, distressed and especially able children. She handed over the cheque to Deputy Commissioner of ...

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To kick up your chicken salad, turn to your spice rack

Photo: This undated photo provided by America’s Test Kitchen in June 2019 shows Turmeric Chicken Salad Sandwiches in Brookline, Mass. This recipe appears in the cookbook “Nutritious Delicious.” New York, June 25 : To apply some modern tricks to old-school chicken salad, we turned to our spice rack. Most spices boast an impressive portfolio of phytonutrients_often the very same compounds ...

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President seeks Thailand, Brunei’s support for peaceful Rohingya repatriation

Photo: PID Dhaka, Jun 25 : President Abdul Hamid on Tuesday sought a ‘significant role’ from Thailand and Brunei Darusalam in repatriating Rohingyas from Bangladesh peacefully. The President sought their role in this regard when envoys of the two countries met him at Bangabhaban to present their credentials. Bangladesh is now hosting over 1.2 million Rohingyas in Cox’s Bazar district ...

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Convince Myanmar to take Rohingyas back: PM to China

Chinese Ambassador to Bangladesh Zhang Zuo met Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at her Sangsad Bhaban office. Photo: PID Dhaka, Jun 25 : Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday urged China to persuade Myanmar so that they take back their over one million Rohingya nationals from Bangladesh. The Prime Minister made the plea when Chinese Ambassador to Bangladesh Zhang Zuo met ...

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