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South Korea jobs still elude Bangladeshis

South Korea jobs still 
elude Bangladeshis
The intake of Bangladeshi workers in South Korea is still low despite various governmental efforts at different times. Sources in the embassy of Bangladesh in Seoul said approximately 15,000 Bangladeshi legal workers are working in South Korea, mainly in the manufacturing sector. According to the Bureau of Manpower, Employment and Training (BMET), as many as 475 Bangladeshi workers got jobs in South Korea in the first seven months of 2017. From July 2017 to November 2018, a total of 3,111 Bangladeshi workers migrated to South Korea as semi-skilled workers, as per Bangladesh Overseas Employment and Services Ltd (BOESL). In 2016, a total of 1,689 Bangladeshis went to South Korea while it was 2,369 in 2015, the BMET data shows. From 2008 to June…

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Govt to consider Khaleda parole ‘if she applies’
The government yesterday (Saturday) announced that they would consider releasing BNP’s ailing chairperson Khaleda Zia on parole for her treatment, if it receives any application in this regard. In response, BNP leaders expressed their ignorance as to whether the former premier would apply for…

‘Khaleda’s proper treatment not possible at BSMMU’

‘Khaleda’s proper treatment not possible at BSMMU’

BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir yesterday said he does not believe that their chairperson Khaleda Zia will get proper treatment at the state-controlled Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU). Inaugurating the fourth council of Kalyan Party at Communist Party's Purana…
Surma River dying slowly

Surma River dying slowly

The Surma, known as the lifeline of Sylhet, is ailing due to severe pollution, land encroachment and sand extraction. But the authorities concerned are doing little to save the river. When contacted, the Sylhet Water Development Board said the  Surma river banks in the city areas are recorded as…
Accident deaths continue to rise

Accident deaths continue to rise

The ghastly parade of accident fatalities continues on the roads, trains and riverways of the country. According to a report published by the non government organisation, Road Safety Foundation, at least 1,234 people were killed and 2,055 others injured in road, train and riverway accidents across the…
The brother sister dynamic duo 
boosts Congress

The brother sister dynamic duo boosts Congress

"My brother, my truest friend, and by far the most courageous man I know. Take care of him Wayanad, he won't let you down."  This was a sister’s sentiment for a brother: both are enviously bonded and both have been in the news for quite some time now. And both are Gandhis: Rahul…
Visitors impressed with array of products

Visitors impressed with array of products

Visitors are impressed with a large number of products showcasing at the National Industrial Fair-2019 arranged to promote locally manufactured industrial goods and lure foreign investors.   Exhibitors filled their stalls with products of various designs and colours to attract people.  Some…
Nasheed makes comeback in landmark vote

Nasheed makes comeback in landmark vote

The Maldives yesterday held its first parliamentary election since former strongman leader Abdulla Yameen was forced to stand down, with his arch-rival expected to make a big comeback in the vote. Mohamed Nasheed, another former president, is the highest profile candidate up for election for the 87-member…
Kazi Ghiyasuddin’s solo art show underway at Bengal Shilpalay

Kazi Ghiyasuddin’s solo art show underway at Bengal Shilpalay

A month-long solo exhibition titled ‘The Work of Creation’ by artist Kazi Ghiyasuddin has begun on Friday at the newly recast exhibition halls of Bengal Shilpalay in the capital’s Dhanmondi. The exhibition was jointly inaugurated by National Professor Anisuzzaman, Sir Fazle Hasan Abed…
Tigers World Cup  mission  to be very tough: Nazmul

Tigers World Cup mission to be very tough: Nazmul

With the big mission Bangladesh will go to United Kingdom (UK) for the ICC Cricket World Cup, England and Wales-2019, which will be tough and challenging for them, said Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan Papon. Papon also said citing some reasons behind it that they have no leg spinner…
Govt works to maintain law and order: Minister

Govt works to maintain law and order: Minister

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan said yesterday government has been working round the clock to ensure law and order across the country. ‘Development is not possible without ensuring security of people and property. Stable environment is prerequisite in case of boosting our economy.  To keep…
Risky buildings in Old Dhaka to be pulled down

Risky buildings in Old Dhaka to be pulled down

Following an instruction from Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, the government has taken up various initiatives including the construction of new buildings after demolition of vulnerable buildings in Old Dhaka under a re-development project. The department concerned has also talked with Dhaka South City…
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