Tuesday 13 November 2018 ,
Tuesday 13 November 2018 ,
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  • BNP’s demand for polls deferment unrealistic: Quader
  • Keep aside 33 pc nominations for women: Leaders
  • BNP submits another list of 1,002 ‘fictitious cases’ to PMO
  • AL to interview its nomination seekers Wednesday
  • No way to defer election date further: CEC
  • Oikyafront to meet EC Wednesday seeking polls deferment
  • Technocrat ministers’ resignation to ‘take effect once PM accepts’
  • New election date aimed at keeping foreign observers at bay: BNP
  • Rohingya refugees flee camps to avoid return to Myanmar
Cry for vaccines

Cry for vaccines

Forty days into the winding up of GlaxoSmithKline’s 60-year-old pharmaceutical unit’s operation in Bangladesh, some of the vital vaccines…
Proposal for RPO 
amendment sent to law minist

Proposal for RPO amendment sent to law minist

The Election Commission (EC) has sent its proposal for the amendment of the Representation of the People Order (RPO) to the law ministry for vetting so…

EVM use to depend on stakeholders’ acceptance: CEC

Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) KM Nurul Huda yesterday said that the introduction of Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) in the parliamentary polls would depend on the law, training and the consensus of all stakeholders.  “The use of EVM in the parliamentary polls is a far cry. It would depend…
Greater facilities for workers

Greater facilities for workers

The cabinet yesterday approved in principle the draft of Bangladesh Labour Act (Amendment) Bill, 2018 with more facilities for workers and reducing the…

Bangabandhu Satellite starts transmission today

Bangladesh’s first geostationary communication satellite Bangabandhu-I (BS-I) is set to start its maiden transmission today through broadcasting of South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Championship, reports BSS. “We are set to broadcast the SAFF Championship using BS-I through Bangladesh…

Critical fund shortage puts Rohingya lives at risk: IOM

The funding gap in regards to the medical response of Rohingyas’ health needs in Cox’s Bazar settlements is critical and is putting people’s life at risk, International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has said. The budget constraints are also affecting other important services for…
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