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China urges Myanmar to start Rohingya repatriation soon

In this file photo taken on October 16, 2017 Rohingya refugees carry a woman over a canal after crossing the Naf River as they flee violence in Myanmar to reach Bangladesh in Palongkhali near Ukhia AFP It wants to see practical steps, visible outcome China, as part of its three-phase steps, has urged Myanmar to start […]

 Mostafiz Uddin We need a solution that satisfies both customer and supplier Rajib Dhar A fundamental change in buying practices is essential As the Bangladesh Ready-Made Garment (RMG) industry, and the world at large, strive to attain a more sustainable, transparent approach in the purchasing and production of garments, I think it’s an appropriate time to […]

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Ittefaq Report A 28- member Bangladesh National football team left Dhaka for Qatar on Saturday night for an intensive two weeks training camp. Bangladesh booters are expected to play two practice matches for their preparation for Asian Games and SAFF. Before the departure, Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) arranged a press conference to provide details of […]

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According to data compiled by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Bangladesh’s per capita income went up by 39.11%, from $974 in 2013 to $1,355 in 2016 Mehedi Hasan/Dhaka Tribune According to members of the business community and economists, Sheikh Hasina’s boldest and most laudable initiatives for the country’s economy are her attention on […]

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The UN agencies have hidden the document of the MoU they signed with the Myanmar on the Rohingya return from its special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar. At a press briefing in Dhaka on Sunday at the end of her Bangladesh visit, Yanghee Lee said she was “extremely concerned that it […]

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Dhaka University vice-chancellor M Akhtaruzzman. — UNB file photo Eminent citizens find Dhaka University vice-chancellor’s comment trying to strike a similarity between activities of protesters for quota reform and those of international militant outfits ‘stupid’ ‘irresponsible’ and ‘unnecessary’. They say that vice-chancellor Professor M Akhtaruzzman’s comments have proved that he is working as a ‘sycophant’, […]

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