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Beginner’s Guide to Blockchain — Explaining it to a 5 Year Old

Sidharth Malhotra CS Grad. Student | SW Dev. | Writer @Prototypr, @Hackernoon | AI, ML, Blockchain, SaaS | https://sidharthmalhotra.in Aug 15 Beginner’s Guide to Blockchain — Explaining it to a 5 Year Old A Simple Guide to Understand Blockchain with a Real World Analogy This is a two part series. You can find the link to the follow up […]

Pre-polls greater opposition alliance in the offing? Staff Correspondent . Dhaka | Sep 21, 2018   Prothom Alo        A greater unity of the opposition political parties including the BNP may be forged, through a Dhaka rally schedueld to be held on Saturday, political observers say. If it takes shape ultimately, they believe, the ‘National Unity Process’ […]

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September 20, 2018 The way they view it This law will hurt the media, democracy and freedom of expression. Citizens and the media will be victimised. Fundamental rights will be curtailed. A sense of fear will grow among people. And the rights guaranteed by the constitution will be curbed. We are moving towards a bad […]

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Digital Security Bill passes amid free speech concerns  Tribune Desk September 19th, 2018 File photo of the session room inside the Bangladesh Parliament Syed Zakir Hossain/Dhaka Tribune The new law brings tougher punishment for illegally accessing and destroying any important information related to the state affairs Parliament has passed the much-talked-about Digital Security Bill, 2018, which […]

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Bangladesh: Chief Justice Ousted after Resisting PM’s Demands, Memoir Says Pulack Ghatack Dhaka 2018-09-20 Surendra Kumar Sinha, Bangladesh’s former chief justice, talks with reporters in front of his home before leaving for Australia, Oct. 13, 2017.  Monirul Alam/BenarNews Bangladesh’s former Supreme Court chief justice was forced to leave the country and resign after refusing requests […]

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After partition, Bangladesh was meant for Muslims, West Bengal for Hindus: BJP MP Roopa Ganguly The BJP MP reiterated that the partition was done so that Pakistan becomes a Muslim nation and Bangladesh was mainly for the Muslims. Share:    Written By: Zee Media Bureau Aug 22, 2018 Stoking a controversy, West Bengal Bharatiya Janata […]

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Bribes by the ‘kg’ in Titas Gas Fakhrul Islam | Update: 17:26, Sep 20, 2018 | Print Edition Prothom Alo        “Secretary Mushtaque has been given three kgs, Tepa 15.” “Sabur and Jahangir have taken 5 kgs.” “When will you take your 6 kgs?” These ‘kgs’ are no units of weight. These are actually coded words denoting bribes shared among […]

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BNP ready to accept Kamal’s leadership in new alliance Selim Zahid and Mohiuddin . Dhaka | Update: 17:24, Sep 20, 2018   Ptothom Alo       The Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) is now at the final stage to forge a ‘greater alliance’ in a bid to ensure an impartial election when the nation will go to polls at the end […]

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A Broken Dream: Rule of Law, Human Rights and Democracy, Sep 16, 2018 by Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha Kindle Edition US $9.99   Justice Sinha was born in Moulavibazar district in the northeast Bangladesh where he grew up in a family of six siblings, five brothers and one sister.  His father was a dedicated teacher […]

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September 20, 2018 Fiction spawned from envy: Quader on Sinha’s book Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader. Star file photo Star Online Report Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader today said that former chief justice SK Sinha’s book is a fiction written from abroad and brewed with envy. Quader was speaking to reporters on Sinha’s […]

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September 20, 2018 Cops foil left alliance’s attempt to besiege EC office, charge batons Police foil an attempt of the Left Democratic Alliance (LDA) to lay seige to the office of the Election Commission and also charge batons on the activists on September 20, 2018. Photo: Amran Hossain UNB, Dhaka Police today foiled an attempt […]

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Can the government afford another 5th January? Election materials burn following an attack on a polling station in Bogra on January 5, 2014. Photo: AFP Brig Gen Shahedul Anam Khan ndc, psc (Retd) On the face of it everything looks set for the upcoming general election. The quinquennial event, which is sometimes a put-on to remind […]

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