Weeklong Dhaka Book Fair Starts At Shahbagh
Dhaka Courier|May 4, 2018

National Book Centre and Department of Public Libraries have jointly initiated a weeklong book fair at Central Public Library, Shahbagh in the capital. The fair was inaugurated on April 27 by Professor Emeritus Anisuzzmana.

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National Book Centre and Department of Public Libraries have jointly initiated a weeklong book fair at Central Public Library, Shahbagh in the capital. The fair was inaugurated on April 27 by Professor Emeritus Anisuzzmana.

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May 4, 2018

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Shelving The Books: Death Of A Habit

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Growing Popularity Of Dance Needs Showcasing: Minu Haque

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Elma Siddiqui Retraces Father's Steps

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