Campus News

EWU:

EWUOn Sunday, May 3, East West University welcomed freshers for the summer semester at their permanent premises.

BRAC:

BRACOn Wednesday, April 30, BRAC Universirty hosted ‘Freshman Orientation Program – Summer 2018’ in Golf Garden of the capital.

ULAB:

ULABOn Thursday, April 19, theatre club of University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh staged Mukhora Ramani Bashikaran, an adaptation of a William Shakespeare’s drama in Dhanmondi’s Nazrul Institute auditorium.

BANGKOK:

Demonstrators take part in a protest organized by the People's Movement for a Just Society outside the United Nations' regional headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand, May 2, 2018. REUTERS/Aukkarapon Niyomyat

Demonstrators take part in a protest organized by the People’s Movement for a Just Society outside the United Nations’ regional headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand, May 2, 2018. REUTERS/Aukkarapon Niyomyat

On Saturday, May 2, hundreds of people gathered outside of United Nation’s regional headquarters in Bangkok, under the banner of P-Move (People’s Movement for Just Society), representing farmers, urban poor and indigenous people, protesting Thailand’s unelected military government.

TAIPEI:

TaipeiOn Friday, May 1, thousands of workers took to the streets in Taipei, Taiwan protesting at their long working shifts.

PARIS:

Students demonstrate with striking SNCF (French National Railway Corporation) employees near the Lille Flandres railway station on April 3, 2018 in Lille, on the first day of a two days strike. Staff at state rail operator SNCF walked off the job from 7.00 pm (1700 GMT) on April 2, the first in a series of walkouts affecting everything from energy to garbage collection. The rolling rail strikes, set to last until June 28, are being seen as the biggest challenge yet to the President's sweeping plans to shake up France and make it more competitive. / AFP PHOTO / Philippe HUGUEN

Students demonstrate with striking SNCF (French National Railway Corporation) employees near the Lille Flandres railway station on April 3, 2018 in Lille, on the first day of a two days strike.
Staff at state rail operator SNCF walked off the job from 7.00 pm (1700 GMT) on April 2, the first in a series of walkouts affecting everything from energy to garbage collection. The rolling rail strikes, set to last until June 28, are being seen as the biggest challenge yet to the President’s sweeping plans to shake up France and make it more competitive. / AFP PHOTO / Philippe HUGUEN

On Friday, May 1, students and artists of Paris marked the 50th anniversary of their May 1968 uprising, amid protests against education reformation policy in Paris.

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