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Workforce productivity low in country: Study

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Staff Reporter
A study has found that the national efficiency in terms of the workforce productivity in Bangladesh are still very low comparing to that of many other countries.
Mismatch between education and occupation has also got its impact on such low efficiency level, observed the study carried out by Institute of Diploma Engineers, Bangladesh (IDEB).
Research anthology titled 'Build Skill Bangladesh for Emerging Bangladesh as Development Nation' was un-veiled on Sunday at IDEB in the...
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6 killed in ‘gunfights’ in 6 districts

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Staff Reporter
Four suspected drug peddlers, a 'robber' and a 'mugger' were killed in separate 'gunfights' with law enforcers in Barishal, Feni, Mymensingh, Dinajpur, Jashore and Tangail districts early Sunday.
With the latest figures, a total of 20 people were killed in 'gunfights' across the...
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Quota protesters postpone exams boycott decision

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Staff Reporter
Leaders of quota reform movement on Saturday decided to withdraw their decision of boycotting exams, but to continue boycotting classes for indefinite period at all university and colleges across the country.
The protesters came up with the announcement at a press conference in...
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Budget coming with corporate tax cut, high exemption limit

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Staff Reporter
The taxpayers of the country are going to get some good news in the coming budget for 2018-19 fiscal, the last one of the present government.
The tax free income ceiling for the individual taxpayers would be extended while there would be tax cut for the corporate sector.
Finance...
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Myanmar’s BGP forcing Rohingyas to leave from no-man’s land

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A Correspondent
Cox's Bazar: Border Guard Police (BGP) of Myanmar on Saturday reportedly started asking Rohingya people, staying on no-man's land along the Tombru border point in Banbarban district, to leave the area.
Around 4,500 Rohingya people have been taken shelter on the no-man's land of...
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