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Bangladesh needs to change rules to open up economy further, says PM’s ICT advisor

Sajeeb Wazed Joy has called for quick changes to the policies and regulations for Bangladeshi to be able to attract more foreign investments. “We’ll have to move forward in partnership with foreign investors rather than considering them as competitors. To do this, the policies and laws require immediate changes. We can move faster if we […]

Ex-CJ Sinha accused of graft, money laundering Prothom Alo English Desk | Jul 10, 2019 The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) filed a case on Wednesday against former chief justice SK Sinha and 10 others accusing them of accumulating illegal wealth and laundering Tk 40 million, reports UNB. On 25 September last year, the ACC summoned five […]

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Private University Rankings 2019: How much could your undergrad cost? Shuprova Tasneem Dhaka Tribune May 25th, 2019 It is always good sense to have an idea of how much your entire undergraduate degree might cost you Deciding on the university where you will be spending the next four years of your life can be a […]

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The Daily Star  July 11, 2019 Literature, kerosene and Professor Mahmood Prof Masud Mahmood Mohammad Shafiqul Islam The moment the news of students pouring kerosene on a professor came to my attention, I instantly thought it must be fake news. Either that or I was hallucinating. Because the thought of pouring kerosene on a professor […]

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37 Italy-bound Bangladeshis rescued in Mediterranean AFP . Tunis | Prothom Alo Jul 10, 2019 Tunisian authorities rescued 37 Bangladesh nationals among 71 migrants as their boat began to sink after setting out from neighbouring Libya for Italy, the National Guard said Tuesday. Rescuers brought to shore all 71 passengers, including 37 citizens from Bangladesh, […]

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BNP didn’t get a single vote in 1285 centres: Shujan study Staff Correspondent . Dhaka | Prothom Alo  Jul 10, 2019             Candidates of opposition coalition Jatiya Oikya Front did not get a single vote in 1,285 polling centres while those of ruling Awami League got 100 per cent votes […]

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The Daily Star July 07, 2019 Bangladesh cricket — will there be accountability? Saber Hossain Chowdhury I went to Lords to watch our match against Pakistan, hoping that we could repeat our win of 1999 (that too as an ICC Associate Member) in our very first World Cup after failing to qualify in the previous […]

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