CodersTrust to sign MoU with UPEACE on Academic Collaboration



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CodersTrust to sign MoU with UPEACE on Academic Collaboration

CodersTrust to sign MoU with UPEACE on Academic Collaboration

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Global IT training institute CodersTrust and the University for Peace-UPEACE are set to sign a Memorandum of Understanding to work cooperatively to create academic programs of mutual interest.

The MoU, to be signed at the main campus of UPEACE in San Jose, Costa Rica on June 3, Saturday, will allow both institutions to promote the exchange of qualified students and to promote the exchange of faculty for joint research and teaching.

Education minister of Bangladesh Dr. Dipu Moni, MP will join the program virtually as the chief guest.

Aziz Ahmad, Chairman of CodersTrust and Fransisco Rojas Aravena, Rector of University for Peace will sign the MoU at their respective parts. Dr. Juan Carlos Sainz Borgo, Dean, University for Peace and Md. Shamsul Haque
CEO, CodersTrust will witness.

Under the MoU Both CodersTrust and UPEACE will work cooperatively to build longer term for joint courses and curriculum design that supports the expansion of CodersTrust online offerings and the training of University for Peace students in new skills development.

Freedom fighters cannot bow down to evil forces: Liberation War Minister



Staff Correspondent, Barta24.com
Photo: Liberation War Minister AKM Mozammel Haque

Photo: Liberation War Minister AKM Mozammel Haque

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Liberation War Minister AKM Mozammel Haque said that there are crores of people who are in favor of the liberation war, they can never bow down to the evil forces, they cannot compromise.

He said this while speaking as the chief guest at a rally organized by Freedom Fighters Workers-Employees-Professionals Coordinating Council on Thursday (July 18).

He said, those who want to fish in muddy water, those who have failed in all movements in the past and BNP Secretary General also said what we could not do now is being done. In other words, they are making an evil plot in front of our young children to oust Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina from power.

Referring to the speech of the freedom fighters, the Minister said, "We submitted weapons under the leadership of Bangabandhu, but we did not submit training, we did not submit consciousness." There are crores of people in favor of the liberation war, they can never bow down to the evil forces, they cannot compromise. In 1971 this evil power was defeated. We will fight again if necessary as we defeated them 53 years ago.

Mentioning that we have no word against the anti-quota movement, he said, "We do not oppose it." Our only demand is that the safety of people's life and property should not be disturbed in the name of movement. The movement was going smoothly and was not hindered. The violence that the Jamaat-Shibir and Chhatra Dal terrorists entered Dhaka University in the dark of night and carried out was not in the hands of those who started the movement.

Stating that the movement has already been looted and passed into the hands of the anti-independence forces, AKM Mozammel Haque said that, the conflict and anarchy for the last three days are because they have left. What we see now.

Referring to the Prime Minister's speech yesterday, the Liberation War Minister said that not only the Bengali nation but the whole world appreciated it. Still, who did this terror, vandalism, arson today.

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Bridges Division and Disaster Management office buildings set to fire



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Photo: Collected

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Anti-quota agitators set fire to Setu Bhavan and Disaster Management Building in Amtali, Mohakhali of the capital.

The control room of the fire service headquarters confirmed this information on Thursday (July 18) at 6:30 pm.

According to the control room, the agitators set fire to the Bridges Division building and Disaster Management Building at Amtali in Mohakhali. Fire service units from Kurmitola and Tejgaon tried to go but the agitators stopped them.

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Farhan, a student of Residential Model College, was killed



Staff Correspondent, Barta24.com, Dhaka
Farhan, a student of Residential Model College, was killed

Farhan, a student of Residential Model College, was killed

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A student named Farhan Fayyaz Ratul was killed in a clash between police and Awami League leaders and activists in the capital's Dhanmondi demanding quota reform.

Farhan received an injury at Dhanmondi Road No. 27 area on Thursday (July 18) around 3:30 pm in Mohammadpur area city hospital he died.

Farhan Fayaz Ratul was a class XI student of Residential Model College.

A source of Residential Model College confirmed the matter and said that the name of the deceased student was Farhan Fayaz Ratul. Farhan died at City Hospital of Mohammadpur area around 3:30 pm today. He has rubber bullet wounds on his body.

It is known that young Farhan Fayaz was injured near Rapa Plaza in Dhanmondi during the agitation. The rescuers rushed to the hospital with the injured Farhan in a rickshaw. Despite efforts to save him, he died in a hospital on Sat Masjid Road.

Incidentally, in the morning, the old road number 27 area of Dhanmondi turned into a state of war due to the clashes among the government supporters, the police and the anti-quota demonstrators in the morning. Clashes started from the intersection near Rapa Plaza after 11 am on Thursday, and then spread to a wider area.

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3 killed, hundreds injured in clash in Uttara



Staff Correspondent, Barta24.com, Dhaka:
Conflict in Uttara

Conflict in Uttara

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Three people were killed in a series of clashes between police and RAB with protesting students in Uttara and Azampur areas of the capital. Hundreds of protestors were injured.

Superintendent Mizanur Rahman of Kuwait Friendship Hospital confirmed the matter on Thursday (July 18) afternoon.

Uttara Modern Medical College principal Sabbir Ahmed told the media that a student killed in the clash was brought to our hospital around 12:30 pm.

According to hospital authorities, the deceased student is a student of Northern University. He was brought dead to the hospital. Later the family members took away his body.

The principal said that hundreds of students came to this hospital with injuries. Many of them have been discharged after treatment. Around 30 injured students were under treatment in the hospital till 3 pm.

Orthopedic specialist of Uttara Crescent Hospital, Mahmudul Hasan told reporters that more than 400 agitators were injured and received treatment at their hospital. One of them died. His identity could not be confirmed.

He also said that among the injured students, 10 to 12 have suffered eye injuries. They have been sent to Bangladesh Eye Hospital.

Earlier, on Thursday (July 18) at 11 o'clock in front of the BNS Center in Uttara, there was a clash between the police and the protestors. At that time, the police threw sound grenades, tear shells and rubber bullets at the protesters.

Meanwhile, students of various private Universities, colleges and schools gathered in front of Zamzam Tower in Uttara. Later, when they wanted to take the procession to the main road, police and RAB tried to disperse them. Later the conflict started.

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