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Employment

Pressure grows on Bangladesh, other Asian countries to cancel new coal projects

But coal remains a mainstay for power generation in Asia, which accounts for 75 per cent of global coal demand, according to the International Energy Agency

Pressure grows on Bangladesh, other Asian countries to cancel new coal projects

JS bursts into laughter after independent MP’s ‘funny’ proposal

The Jatiya Sangsad (JS) burst into laughter on Saturday as independent MP Rezaul Karim Bablu demanded the government be enacted a law barring working men from marrying working women

JS bursts into laughter after independent MP’s ‘funny’ proposal

Ending subsidies that harm nature could create millions of green jobs: WWF

Better conservation and management of natural areas, such as parks, oceans, forests and wildernesses, are seen as vital to protect the natural systems on which humans depend and to meet targets for ...

Ending subsidies that harm nature could create millions of green jobs: WWF

Govt job seekers may get a 21-month extension in age limit, says minister

The ministry of public administration has proposed to increase the maximum age limit to enter government jobs by 21 months from current limit of 30 years due to prolonged academic life caused by ...

Govt job seekers may get a 21-month extension in age limit, says minister

Tech-savvy youths need to face challenges of the future

Youth makes up two-thirds of Bangladesh’s population. That means Bangladesh presently enjoys a demographic advantage. Youth, the driving force of any society, have the ability to adjust to any ...

The youth must be equipped in advanced technological skills to meet future challenges

BCS exam

43rd preliminary likely in October, 41st written in November

The preliminary examination of 43rd Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) is likely to be held in October followed by the written examination of 41st BCS in November

43rd preliminary likely in October, 41st written in November

Covid-19

ECNEC nods 10 projects worth Tk 26b including creating jobs for returnees

The Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) Wednesday approved a project of over Tk 4.27 billion to create employments for the expatriate workers who have returned home from ...

ECNEC nods 10 projects worth Tk 26b including creating jobs for returnees

Covid-19

People leaving Dhaka before 'strictest restrictions'

A large number of people have started leaving Dhaka before the strict restrictions to curb the spread of novel coronavirus, are enforced from tomorrow, Friday

Passenger at Gabtali bus terminal on 22 July 2021

Covid-19

Youth reportedly commits suicide after losing job

A 26-year-old man, who lost his job at a factory in the capital due to Covid-induced lockdown, was found hanging from a ceiling fan in his room early hours of Sunday

Youth reportedly commits suicide after losing job

Does the government bother about the unemployed?

It is the unemployed and the new poor who have been overlooked in the budget

Does the government bother about the unemployed?
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