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    Telcos add 49 lakh users in Q3 after dismal Q2

    Staff Correspondent | Updated at 12:05pm on October 26, 2018

    The number of active mobile phone subscribers in the country increased by 48.65 lakh in the July-September period this year after a dismal growth in the April-June quarter with...

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    Reform, not cancellation

    Nahid Riyasad | Updated at 01:15pm on October 14, 2018

    Recently, in a controversial decision the government has cancelled the quota system in civil service of Bangladesh, the decision outraged many sections of the...

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    President assents to Digital Security Bill

    Mohiuddin Alamgir | Updated at 12:00pm on October 09, 2018

    President Abdul Hamid on Monday assented to the Digital Security Bill transforming it into an act, ignoring calls from national and international journalists, freethinkers an...

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    Myanmar now shows Bangladesh island in its territory

    Diplomatic Correspondent | Updated at 12:10pm on October 07, 2018

    The government summoned Myanmar ambassador in Dhaka on Saturday and protested against showing Saint Martin’s Island of Bangladesh in...

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    Quota goes for Class I, Class II govt jobs

    Mustafizur Rahman and Arifur Rahman | Updated at 11:40am on October 04, 2018

    The cabinet on Wednesday endorsed a proposal of the secretary-level committee scrapping quota in recruitment of Class I and Class II civil servants in the wake of months-long anti-quota movement by students and job seekers...

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    Digital Security Bill passed amid concern

    Moloy Saha | Updated at 12:09pm on September 20, 2018

    Jatiya Sangsad on Wednesday passed the much-talked about Digital Security Bill ignoring the concern expressed by different national and international quarters, including...

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    Income inequality goes off track

    Shakhawat Hossain | Updated at 12:34pm on September 16, 2018

    A major election pledge of the successive governments led by the Awami League to eliminate income inequality has gone off track as the poor are deprived of...

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    Domestic workers return from KSA as abuse continues

    Md Owasim Uddin Bhuyan | Updated at 12:27pm on September 16, 2018

    Domestic workers of the country continues to return home from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as victims of sexual abuse, torture and non-payment of wages....

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