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'Bangabandhu Mobile Book Fair' from Aug 1

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City Desk :
A month-long 'Bangabandhu Mobile Book Fair' will begin in the capital and adjoining districts on August 1 marking the National Mourning Day.
Two private publishing houses - Shrabon Prokashoni and Boinews - are organizing the month-long mobile book fair which will be ended on August 31.
A total of 100 best books on Bangabandhu by eminent writers as well as 'Oshomapto Attojiboni' and 'Karagarer Rojnamcha' by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman will be displayed and sold in the mobile fair.
Shrabon Prokashoni owner Rabin Ahsan told media that people can buy books from the mobile fair with 25 per cent discount.
The book-laden pickup vans will stay on the premises of different schools, colleges and universities of Dhaka, Narayanganj, Munsiganj, Gazipur and Manikganj during the fair, he added.

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