Youth Killed in BSF Firing at Lalmonirhat Border

Youth Killed in BSF Firing at Lalmonirhat Border

Tragedy struck at the Lalmonirhat border as a Bangladeshi youth lost his life in firing by the Border Security Force (BSF) of India. The incident, which occurred near the Jhalangi Border Outpost (BOP), has sparked outrage and calls for investigation.

Abul Kalam, son of Apir Uddin from Dangapara village

Teenager's Homemade Telescope Draws Crowds in Kurigram

In the remote region of Rajarhat in Kurigram, a remarkable teenager has captured the attention of locals with his ingenuity and passion for astronomy. Fahad Al Farabi, a 16-year-old student at Rajar Hat Pilot High School, has crafted a telescope dubbed NEKO-K-1, drawing admiration and curiosity from his community. Fahad's journey into astronomy began early in his childhood, fueled by a fascination with space and celestial bodies. Despite lacking access to expensive equipment, his determination led him to embark on the ambitious project of building his own telescope in 2023. Supported by

Bhurungamari arrested 7 people in multiple crimes

In a targeted operation, the Bhurungamari police station in Kurigram has apprehended seven individuals suspected of being involved in various criminal activities. The operation, conducted on April 18, was a concerted effort by law enforcement to crack down on crime in the area. The operation, spanning both day and night, resulted in the arrest of three individuals under general registration (GR) cases and four others based on warrants issued against them. The Bhurungamari police station has been vigilant in its efforts to combat criminal activities ranging from theft and extortion to extremism,