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In Recording, Chilling Proof That Hasina’s War on Drugs Involves Extra-Judicial Killing

In Recording, Chilling Proof That Hasina’s War on Drugs Involves Extra-Judicial Killing Phone call first captures single kill shot, then further shots as Bangladesh security forces discuss how to fake gun battle with dead man. Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Credit: Reuters Tasneem Khalil SOUTH ASIA 16/JUN/2018 Before his death, Ekramul Haque had three brief […]

Teachers and employees of non-MPO educational institutions have been observing a sit-in programme since Monday. The photo has been taken from in front of National Press Club on Tuesday. Photo: Prothom Alo The education ministry has formed two committees to settle the matter of monthly pay order (MPO) for non-government educational institutes. But, the agitating […]

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Bangladesh Nationalist Party leaders, including senior leader Moudud Ahmed, hold a press briefing at the party central office in Dhaka on Wednesday protesting at the incident of keeping Moudud confined to his village home at Companiganj in Noakhali on Eid Day on Saturday. — New Age photo Bangladesh Nationalist Party standing committee member Moudud Ahmed […]

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Prime minister Sheikh Hasina presents a flower bouquet to Salma Khatun, the national women’s T20 captain, for the team’s outstanding performance, becoming the women’s T20 champions of Asia BSS The Tigresses recently lifted the Asia Cup trophy after beating India by three wickets in the final in Malaysia Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday asked the Bangladesh […]

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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina meets with leaders of Bankers Association of Bangladesh (BAB), Wednesday June 20, 2018 Focus Bangla The interest on three month term deposits to be fixed at 6% Owners of private commercial banks have decided to bring down the interest rate on lending to 9% and that on deposits to 6% from the […]

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Bangladesh shows the way for financial inclusion Atiur Rahman Beginning in the late 2000s, Bangladesh’s campaign for financial inclusion was led by the central bank as a strategic instrument for increasing savings habit, alleviating poverty, improving household welfare and promoting micro and small businesses, particularly for women. Financial Inclusion has now become one of the […]

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