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Sacked Inqilab journalists demand arrears

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Staff Reporter
Journalists’ leaders on Wednesday asked the Daily Inqilab editor to clear the arrears of the journalists, who were recently terminated from the newspaper, within 72 hours, threatening to go on a movement.
The ultimatum came from a protest rally held in front of the Inqilab Bhaban in Motijheel demanding that wages and other allowances of the retrenched journalists be paid immediately.
"If he (Inqilab Editor AMM Bahauddin) doesn't clear the payment by this time, we'll announce...
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Country capable to tackle any disaster: Muhith

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Finance Minister AMA Muhith on Wednesday said Bangladesh has achieved a tremendous capability to tackle any disaster compared to other developing countries.
He said while was inaugurating the three-day 3rd Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) Media Summit on Climate Change and...
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President calls for communal harmony

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President Abdul Hamid on Wednesday urged the people of all faiths to play their due role in ensuring national development upholding the country's communal harmony.
He came up with the call while exchanging greetings with members of the Buddhist community at Bangabhaban in the...
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Introducing wireless data service uncertain

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UNB report
The government's project to introduce wireless data service to help build digital Bangladesh has become uncertain as the financer has put on hold the approval process of the evaluation report over alleged corruption charge against one of the bidders.
Economic Development Corporation...
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