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Tougher social media monitoring on cards

Tougher social media monitoring on cards

The government has decided to have strict monitoring of the social media, saying widespread abuse of social media platforms, especially Facebook, during…
Political arena likely to heat up after Eid-ul-Azha

Political arena likely to heat up after Eid-ul-Azha

The country’s political arena might heat up with an imminent face-off between the Awami League (AL) and the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP),…

Now Rohingyas themselves to fill in forms for verification

Bangladesh and Myanmar yesterday agreed that Rohingyas residing in Cox's Bazar themselves will fill up the verification forms for their early repatriation, reports UNB. As per the decision, the verification forms will be distributed among them and they will fill those up, according to the Ministry…
Actress 
Nawshaba on fresh 2-day remand

Actress Nawshaba on fresh 2-day remand

Actress Kazi Ahmed would be subjected to further custodial interrogation for two more days in a case filed under the Information, communication and Technology…

Offer more support to Rohingyas

Head of the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) Filippo Grandi has urged the government representatives and the business leaders from the Asia-Pacific region to offer more support and protection for over 700,000 Rohingyas who have fled violence and discrimination in Myanmar's Rakhine State over the past year,…

UNSC to meet on Yemen bus attack

The UN Security Council will meet behind closed doors at the request of five countries yesterday to discuss the Saudi coalition attack on a bus carrying children in Yemen, diplomats said, reports AFP from United Nations, US. The meeting was requested by Bolivia, the Netherlands, Peru, Poland, and Sweden,…

Joy criticises Shahidul’s supporters

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s son and PM’s ICT Affairs Adviser Sajeeb Wazed Joy yesterday questioned the actions of photographer Shahidul Alam, who is currently on remand in a case filed under the ICT Act for spreading rumours during the recent student protests for safe roads. He also criticised…
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