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Movement

<p>Movement</p>

India PM Modi calls for calm as deadly Delhi violence kill 22

Indian prime minister Narendra Modi called for calm Wednesday after Delhi's worst sectarian violence in decades left at least 22 people dead and calls for a military curfew.This week's battles ...

Political parties without politics

Rashed Khan Menon is a seasoned politician. Only a few years ago he had been in the Awami League government cabinet. He wouldn’t have much to protest against at the time. Now, however, he is vocal ...

Jatiya Oikya Front extends support to BNP’s hartal

Jatiya Oikyafront on Saturday extended its support to a dawn-to-dusk hartal (general strike) called by Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) in the city on Sunday protesting what they said vote rigging ...

SSC exams deferred, to begin 3 Feb

The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent examinations will now begin on 3 February in stead of 1 February.The ministry in a press statement confirmed this on Saturday.The education ...

Five more protesting DU students fall sick

Five more students of Dhaka University fell sick on the third day of their fast unto death demanding deferment of polls to two Dhaka city corporations slated for 30 January, reports UNB.Four of the ...

BNP still reeling under 'losses' caused by past movements

BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Friday said their party is still struggling to recover from the 'losses' it suffered during its movements before and after the 2014 national ...

RMG workers block road in Dhaka

Traffic movement on the key Shyamoli road in Dhaka remained suspended for two hours when readymade garments workers staged demonstration demanding salary hike, reports UNB.Some 150-200 workers of ...

Deepika Padukone causes uproar attending student demo

One of Bollywood's top stars sparked a social media storm on Wednesday, attracting admiration and vitriol after showing solidarity with students who were attacked at a Indian university this ...

Govt not to accept movement holding students hostage: Edu minister

Education minister Dipu Moni on Wednesday said the government will not accept any programme or movement that holds students or others hostage, reports news agency UNB.She was talking to newsmen after ...

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