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Land grabbing punishable criminal offence: Minister

Land minister Saifuzzaman Chowdhury said law is being upgraded to make the grabbing of public lands a punishable criminal offence.

Land grabbing punishable criminal offence: Minister

Online exam software sparks global student revolt

When US law student Areeb Khan tried to sign into the online portal to take his practice bar exam, he was met with a strange message: "Due to poor lighting we are unable to identify your face."

Online exam software sparks global student revolt

Interview: Mahfuz Anam

'Journalism faces a great opportunity for change'

Mahfuz Anam speaks in an interview with Prothom Alo about journalism in this country, as well as the challenges and possibilities that lie ahead.

Mahfuz Anam

‘Bangladesh not ready for software-based admission tests’

Public universities should not go for holding admission tests through the “Proctored Remote Examination System” software. Bangladesh is still not ready to arrange such competitive exams through ...

‘Bangladesh not ready for software-based admission tests’

Land development tax system to be fully digitised from July: Minister

Land ministry is service-oriented, so there is a problem with corruption, said land minister Saifuzzaman Chowdhury

Land minister Saifuzzaman Chowdhury addresses after inaugurating the first phase of the land development tax management software piloting programme at the ministry on 28 October 2020

‘Suppression of opinion rising during COVID-19 pandemic’

Fourteen-year-old Mohammad Rafiq (not real name) posted a Facebook status about the hike of cell phone call rates, criticising prime minister Sheikh Hasina

‘Suppression of opinion rising during COVID-19 pandemic’

Microsoft to help 25m people acquire new digital skills globally

Microsoft on Tuesday announced a new global skills initiative to help 25 million people worldwide acquire new digital skills by the end of the year. The announcement comes in response to the global ...

A signage of Microsoft is seen on 13 March 2020 in New York City.

Survey on RMG workforce reveals seamless shift to digital payments

Some 67 per cent of workers in the RMG sector had reportedly been paid as of 16 May

RMG workers stage demo protesting at job cut

Virtual roundtable

‘Social safety net must be digitised’

Roundtable calls for digitisation of social safety net programmes for the poor

‘Social safety net must be digitised’
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