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Thousands suffer

Thousands suffer

Agitation by private university students in the capital and outside Dhaka yesterday (Thursday) brought traffic to a standstill. Thousands of people, particularly…
Students not to pay VAT this year

Students not to pay VAT this year

In the wake of students’ agitation, finance minister AMA Muhith yesterday said private university students do not need to pay additional VAT on…
Sorry, says Muhith

Sorry, says Muhith

Finance Minister AMA Muhith yesterday apologised for his remarks against the movement of public university teachers seeking for a separate pay scale,…
Auto-rickshaw, bus fares hiked

Auto-rickshaw, bus fares hiked

The government has decided to increase the fares of CNG-run buses, minibuses and CNG-run auto-rickshaws in Dhaka and Chittagong city corporation areas.…

VAT to stay, but students wont have to pay: Muhith

Finance Minister AMA Muhith yesterday said the Value Added Tax (VAT) imposed on private universities will be there, but the students will not have to pay it, reports UNB. “The VAT won’t be withdrawn in any way. But the students won’t have to pay the VAT. It’s the private university…
NBR clarification raises questions

NBR clarification raises questions

The National Board of Revenue (NBR) said in a press release that the 7.5 per cent VAT has not been imposed on the students. Rather, the universities have…

Rana Plaza screening stayed

The Supreme Court has ordered to maintain a status quo on the apex court order on screening of Rana Plaza movie till September 14. A full bench of the Appellate Division will hear the review petition on that date. The chamber judge’s court imposed the restriction just a day before the release…
New decision from ministry

New decision from ministry

Walking back from the decision of the re-registration of SIM cards, State Minister for Posts and Telecommuni-cations Tarana Halim yesterday said the telecommunication…
EU parliament backs Commissions refugee plan

EU parliament backs Commissions refugee plan

The European Parliament yesterday overwhelmingly backed plans by EU Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker to ease the burden on the bloc’s border…
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