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National University degree
jamuna news: National University (NU) has postponed degree examinations of the year 2015 scheduled for today due to countrywide flood.
Confirming the information, acting Director of Public Relations, Information and Counseling Department of NU Md. Fayjul Karim said that they will announce the new schedule within the short time.
The university authority also published a notice regarding the issue on its website.
Govt got unnerved with 16th
jamuna news: BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has alleged that the government has got unnerved as the Supreme Court's 16th amendment annulment verdict has exposed the 'country's real scenario'.
"The government has started feeling the heartburn as the observations of the 16th amendment verdict have depicted the country's real situation. Awami League general secretary on Friday said they're now passing through a bad time.
What has put you in trouble?" he said.
Speaking at a
miladand doamahfil on Saturday, the BNP leader also alleged that the ruling party leaders are now talking about conspiracy in fear of losing power.
Jatiyatabadi Jubo Dal arranged the programme at BNP's Nayapaltan central office seeking early recovery of its chairperson Khaleda Zia who underwent a surgery in her right eye in London on Tuesday.
Describing the apex court's 16th amendment verdict as
historicaldocument, Fakhrul said the Supreme Court has given some important observations in the verdict out of its sense of responsibility as the country is heading towards destruction.
He claimed that the observations of the verdict have demonstrated that the government has no longer right to cling to power. "It has been now in office only by force with the power of guns and pistols. The fact is that the government won't be able to stay in office, even for a second without guns and pistols."
The BNP leader said the country's people have been going through immense sufferings due to the government's failure to deliver on all fronts.
He alleged that ruling party student body Chhatra League attacked Chhatra Dal leaders and forced them out of Dhaka University campus as they went there to join a discussion. "This is the type of Awami League's democracy."
Fakhrul said the government is obstructing BNP's political programmes and squeezing
itsall political spaces only to suppress the party and hang onto power by force.
2 die in Habiganj clashes
jamuna news: At least Two people have been killed and around hundred others injured in a clash between two rival groups of villagers over the formation of a mosque committee at Mukkandi village in Bahubal
Mazharul Islam, officer-in-charge of Bahubal Police Station, said there was a dispute between the residents of 'Londoni Bari' and 'Akanda Bari' over the committee formation of a mosque at the village and changing its imam.
As a sequel to it, both groups engaged in a clash with sharp weapons around 6:00 am on Saturday, leaving some 100 people injured.
Among the injured, Abdul Matin, 48,
supporterof 'Akanda Bari', and Kabir Miah, 52, supporterof 'Londoni Bari', succumbed to their injuries on the way to hospital, the OC added.
On information, police rushed to the spot and brought the situation under control around 8:00 am.
Facebook anonymously launched
jamuna news: Facebook anonymously launched a new photo-sharing app in China in a new effort to make inroads in the world's most populous country.
China's ruling Communist Party controls internet traffic across the country's borders and tries to keep the public from seeing thousands of websites including Facebook.
The app, called Colorful Balloons, was launched in China earlier this year and does not carry Facebook's name. Facebook confirmed Saturday that it launched the app.
The social media company's connection to the app was first reported Friday by The New York Times, which said it was released in China through a separate local company called Youge Internet Technology.
The launch of the app comes as China is cracking down on technology that allows web surfers to evade Beijing's online censorship.
Last month, users of Facebook's
What'sAppmessaging service, which normally operates freely in China, were no longer able to send images without using a virtual private network.
That came amid official efforts to suppress mention of the death of Liu Xiaobo, the imprisoned Nobel Peace laureate.
China's biggest internet service provider, China Telecom Ltd., sent a letter to corporate customers last month saying that VPNs, which create encrypted links between computers and can be used to see sites blocked by Beijing's web filters, would be permitted only to connect to a company's headquarters abroad. The move could block access to news, social media or business services that are obscured by China's "Great Firewall."
Chinese authorities have long blocked Facebook, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, arguing that foreign social media services operating beyond their control pose a threat to national security.
Treat your style as a
jamuna lifestyle desk: A women-centric brand that deals in clothing, footwear, bags, jewellery and other accessories has its own identity which is being sustainable in its approach. With every product, they narrate an untold story that consumer can relate.
Shreyasi Pathak, stylist, Vajor.com, has been a part of the brand for the past two years. Knowing and sharing its aesthetics and values since the time it started, the language of the brand has become like her mother tongue. She believes in empowering buyers by making their purchases more meaningful. Excerpts:
Q What’s your approach when you first start styling someone?
To me, styling is not merely adapting to trends, but, is a way of expressing yourself in an individualistic manner. Your style, on the outside, should express who you are from the inside. Hence, when I am styling someone, I make it a point that I get to know that person. I try to understand their lifestyle, comfort zones and inhibitions. And this helps me in a way which is like a second skin to them. My job becomes way easier since the clothing is extremely versatile and body-friendly. And I utilise the accessories at Vajor to give people a bolder, more individualistic look without them having to feel there is too big a change happening.
Q Are there certain types of looks that photograph best?
Although there are various factors such as lighting, location, colour coordination, mood, etc, that need to be in sync to make any “look” look best, I would still like to state, from experience, that a look that is comfortable will make you feel confident. Hence, it will turn out to photograph the best. Even while experimenting, I would try with maybe colour, print, makeup or silhouette, but, I always make sure that the fit is comfortable. That way, there is nothing that a person would be so conscious about to lose their confidence. Aside from this, I am in love with the current tides of raw and real photographs. I feel proud when people embrace “imperfections” like freckles, stretch marks, grey hair, etc, and embrace them in a fierce manner. That is some progress in our industry I would say.
Q How do you like to use colour?
Colour sets the mood and emotion of the entire set-up. The background, props and temperature of lighting, together create the complete picture. Hence, I use colour to create the mood and that generally works by deciding what showcases the collection best. I have worked with both complementing and contrasting ones and yet to pick a favourite. Product styling aside, I would pick colours that represent their personality. Like at Vajor, we are all about earthy hues and prints which work really well with our “boho” style sense.
Q What’s your signature styling like and how would you describe your personal statement?
My signature style is subtle and statement. I don’t aim at grabbing all the (short-lived) attention with my styling. Rather I aim at creating something unforgettable. I am all about mixing prints and unusual colour combinations. There is no rule book as such. When I style a product/person, I work around their personality towards highlighting what’s important. My love for free-spirited, body-friendly silhouettes and my inclination towards earthy, muted colour tones found their own paradise here. Styling for the brand becomes mostly effortless since the taste matches so much. One thing that Vajor did gift me is, the love for prints! I was head-first into solids and today my wardrobe is spilling prints. One thing that all my favourite outfits have in common is big, bohemian earrings. You won’t find me without one ever.
Q What’s your philosophy on the high low-mix?
Popularised by off-duty supermodel and celebrity looks, high-low mix is a common phenomena. Although, my wardrobe mostly comprises of stand-alone pieces, I do delve into the trends now and then. My philosophy is to invest in statement pieces like a bag or a pair of denim, even a pair of heels for that matter and let them take the centre stage by teaming them with basics. However, I keep this practice to a bare minimum and invest in versatile, unique pieces instead. I believe less in fads and more in timeless fashion.
Q What styling tips would you give to a woman?
I have been a part of two projects with Vajor wherein we worked with various women around styling. They hailed from different professional backgrounds, age-groups and had a different body-type. My learning is what I would impart to anyone as style advice. Explore as much as possible to break the monotony, and more importantly to find what is most like “you”. Treat your style as a language and speak what you are through your outfits. Be individualistic instead of blindly following trends. Be body-positive, what you’re comfortable wearing is what you look and feel the most beautiful in.
2 including DB man sustain
jamuna news: Two people, including a detective, sustained bullet injuries during an encounter between police and miscreants at Jurain in the city.
Masudur Rahman, deputy commissioner (Media) of Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP), said an eight-member team of Detective Branch carried out a drive at Jurain around 9:00 pm On Saturday.
Sensing the presence of the law enforcers, the gangsters opened fire at them when DB assistant commissioner Rahul Patwari, 30, and one M Billal Hossain Mridul, 24, sustained bullet injuries, Masudur added.
It is speculated that Mridul might have been working as a police informer.
Later, they were taken to Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH), said sub-inspector Bacchu Miah of DMCH Police Camp.
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