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Seminar

Home Media, a house of media and entertainment organises a seminar on 'Role to Keep Environmental Balance in Climate Change' in the CIRDAP auditorium in the city's Topkhana Road at 9:30 am.

Rally

Sammilita Sangkritik Jote organises a rally in front of the National Museum in the city's Shahbagh at 4 pm protesting conspiracy against rule of law.

Exhibition

The annual artwork exhibition and prize giving ceremony will be held at a gallery of the Faculty of Fine Arts of Dhaka University at 11 am.

Discussion

Liberal Democratic Party-Dhaka Mahanagr Uttar-Dakshin oorganise a discussion on 'Demand for Releasing BNP Chief Begum Khaleda Zia and Failure of the Government to Control Prices of the Essentials' at LDP central office in the city at 3 pm.

Human chain

Projanmo Samaj Kalyan Sangstha will form a human chain in front of the Jatiya Press Club demanding death sentence to those involved in adulterating food.

Seminar

Dhaka Chamber of Commerce & Industry organises a seminar on 'Future Skills Required for Bangladesh' at Surma Hall of the Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel in the city at 3 pm.

Council

The sixth national council of Bikashita Nari Network will be held in LGED auditorium in the city's Agargaon at 9 am.

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