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Govt unlikely to cut oil prices, hints PM

Govt unlikely to cut oil prices, hints PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has hinted that oil prices may not go down in the country as the government still needs to redeem a huge amount of losses…

VCs common target

A plethora of problems related to the vice-chancellors (VCs) of several public universities in the country has badly affected the academic atmosphere of the higher educational institutions in recent times. Teachers and students have frequently levelled allegations against several VCs, seeking their…

Support growing for AL govt: IRI survey

Despite a continuing partisan divide on electoral issues, the ruling Awami League government has gained support of a majority of Bangladeshi respondents, says a survey conducted by United States-based International Republican Institute (IRI) in June 2015. This recent survey follows a similar evaluation…

Cautious reaction from Dhaka missions

Pakistan High Commission in Dhaka yesterday refused comments on the remarks made by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, who on Wednesday said in parliament that two of the convicted killers of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman are in Pakistan and that Islamabad was not cooperating with Bangladesh in this…
Govt announces reward for info on illegal VoIP

Govt announces reward for info on illegal VoIP

The government will reward people for providing information on illegal voice over internet protocol (VoIP) activities. A circular issued yesterday by…

Single tribunal to be formed

The government has started the process of forming a new tribunal, which is likely to begin work from Sunday, according to law ministry sources. Justice Anwarul Haque, a member of the ICT-1, is likely to be appointed its chairman. “The move comes as the number of pending cases has come down,”…
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