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Varsities will charge extra if VAT imposed, fear students

Varsities will charge extra if VAT imposed, fear students

Though the National Board of Revenue (NBR) has clarified that there is no scope for private universities to increase students’ tuition fees in connection…

One Bangladeshi among 108 dead

A Bangladeshi pilgrim has been found dead among the 108 individuals, who lost their lives when a crane collapsed in Mecca on Friday. “Unfortunately, there is one Bangladeshi pilgrim among the 108 deceased,” Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Golam Moshi told The Independent yesterday. His body was…

Seven Tahrir men placed on remand

The police on Saturday night arrested seven activists of the outlawed Hizb ut-Tahrir from Khilkhet in the capital on charges of spreading anti-state propaganda to set up a Caliphate using the Internet, and posting messages on Facebook and other social networking sites. Later, a Dhaka court yesterday…

Project to be placed before ECNEC meet tomorrow

The government has finally decided to give the nod to the ‘Anwara Economic Zone 2’ project, involving investments of Tk 420.36 crore, to develop a special economic zone (SEZ) for Chinese investors in Chittagong. The project will be tabled before the meeting of the Executive Committee of…

Khaleda goes to London tomorrow

BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia is going to London tomorrow night for better eye treatment, reports UNB. “Our leader (Khaleda) will go to London on Tuesday night for her eye treatment. She will also stay there for some days to pass time with her eldest son Tarique Rahman and other family members,”…

CNG stations to remain open round the clock for 15 days

CNG stations will remain open for 24 hours seven days ahead of and after the Eid-ul-Azha holidays, road transport and bridges minister Obaidul Quader said yesterday. "The CNG filling stations would remain opened round-the-clock before and after three days including the Eid day," he told journalists…

Public varsity teachers want Muhith to go

Teachers of the country’s public universities yesterday advised Finance Minister AMA Muhith to step down with dignity. “We don’t want to talk to the Finance Minister as he has no respect for teachers. He won’t understand our words properly…he has grown old. It’s…

Assam hit by strike

In the last three days just about every district of Assam saw protests and street processions led by the All Assam Students Association (AASU), reports the Times of India from Guwahati. On Saturday, the 12-hour state bandh called by AJYCP and 13 other indigenous groups evoked a strong response. Barring…
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