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TIB reveals unholy nexus behind question paper leaks

Coaching centres and government employees have been part of a big nexus in leaking question papers prior to all the public examinations, reveals a new study of the Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB).   The study says it is quite impossible to leak question papers unless a section of the government employees, who are deployed in printing and distribution of question papers, are not involved,…

PM seeks Turkish investment

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday called upon Turkish entrepreneurs to invest in Bangladesh's potential sectors for the mutual benefits of the two brotherly countries UNB reports.   "Our government has ensured…

PM wants to bring Govt. colleges under public universities

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today put emphasis to bring the government colleges under the respective public universities as affiliated institutions to reduce the pressure of huge number of students on the public universities. The Prime Minister expressed this view when a four-member delegation of the University Grants Commission (UGC), led by its newly-appointed Chairman Professor…

Gatco Graft case: HC disposes Khaleda's pleas

The High Court rejected the petitions filed by BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia, challenging the legality of trial proceedings in Gatco graft case and directed her to surrender before the trial court in two months.   The HC bench of justice Md Nuruzzaman and Justice Abdur Rob passed the order on Wednesday afternoon.   According to the order, the trial of case can be run in…
Sheikh Kamal embraced martyrdom first on Aug 15

Sheikh Kamal embraced martyrdom first on Aug 15

Despite Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was the main target of the killings on…

Buriganga Bridge blockade continues

Buriganga Bridge blockade continues

    Transport owners and workers continued their strike for the fourth consecutive day on…

Economy strong enough to achieve 7pc growth   Dr Atiur tells daily sun

Economy strong enough to achieve 7pc growth Dr Atiur tells daily sun

Bangladesh’s economy currently stands on a strong ground to achieve the budgetary target of 7…

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