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  • Circular of 35th BCS exams published

    September 23, 2014 2:13 PM 89

    The circular can be accessed on PSC website Through the exams, 455 officers will be recruited for general cadres. They will include 300 for administration and 50 for police cadres. A further 484 will be picked for professional and technical cadres, 829 for education cadre and 35 for government teachers training colleges

  • Japan’s Frist Lady donates books

    September 23, 2014 2:13 PM 53

    Ambassador Shiro Sadoshima in Dhaka handed them over to the Centre on Tuesday in a brief ceremony at the embassy. Akie Abe visited Dhaka on Sep 6 and 7 with her husband Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. She had been at the Baptist Mission Integrated School at Mirpur and the Dhaka Nursing College next to the Dhaka Medical College Hospital during the visit

  • Ebola could strike 20,000 in six weeks

    September 23, 2014 12:20 PM 54

    In an article in the New England Journal of Medicine, experts from the World Health Organization and Imperial College said that infections will continue climbing exponentially unless patients are isolated, contacts traced and communities enlisted. The WHO, in an initial roadmap issued on Aug 28, predicted that the virus could strike 20,000 people within

  • United Airways Chairman Tasbirul Ahmed Choudhury resigns

    September 23, 2014 11:57 AM 63

    The private airlines is yet to make any formal announcement over it, but a web post by the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) on Tuesday says Mohammad Mahtabur Rahman has been appointed as the new chairman. According to the DSE announcement on Tuesday, Shahinoor Alam has been made the acting managing director and Ferdous Imam the acting chief executive officer

  • Suranjit decries inclusion of 'fraudulent' secretary in PM's entourage for NY

    September 23, 2014 11:16 AM 42

    "A secretary, who has committed a fraud, is travelling to the US with the prime minister. We do not expect this," he told a seminar on Tuesday. The member of the Awami League's Advisors' Council said that the issue of fraud needs to be tackled seriously. "The prime minister is working day and night, taking the county forward. And you secretaries will have fun - that cannot

  • Suranjit flays inclusion of ‘fraudulent’ secretary in PM's entourage for NY

    September 23, 2014 11:10 AM 53

    "A secretary, who has committed fraud, is travelling to the US with the prime minister. We do not expect this," he told a seminar on Tuesday. The member of Awami League Advisors' Council said that the issues of fraud needed to be addressed seriously. "The Prime Minister is working day and night to take the county forward while you the secretaries will commit

  • Israel downs Syrian warplane

    September 23, 2014 11:10 AM 60

    The incident coincided with but did not appear to be directly related to air strikes the United States and Gulf Arab allies mounted on Islamic State strongholds in Syria. But it presented another challenge to Israel's oft-stated desire to stay on the sidelines of a conflict on its northern doorstep, in which al Qaeda-linked Nusra Front rebels took over a border

  • Afghanistan's Karzai slams US-Pakistan in farewell speech

    September 23, 2014 10:59 AM 37

    His farewell speech came days ahead of the planned swearing in of a new president, Ashraf Ghani, after months of potentially violent crisis over a disputed election that ended in a power-sharing deal, yet to be tested, with rival Abdullah Abdullah. Karzai blamed both the United States and neighboring Pakistan for the continuing war with the Taliban-led

  • Israel kills Hamas men accused of slaying teens

    September 23, 2014 10:59 AM 43

    Marwan Kawasme and Amar Abu Aysha, both in their 30s, were shot dead during a gun battle after Israeli troops surrounded a house in the city before dawn, the army and residents said. Israel had been hunting the men for three months. Kawasme and Abu Aysha were suspected of carrying out the kidnapping and killing of the three teenage seminary students

  • Chinese court jails Uighur scholar for life for separatism

    September 23, 2014 10:24 AM 40

    Economics professor Ilham Tohti, 44, stood trial for two days last week on separatism charges in the western region of Xinjiang. His case has provoked an outcry in the West and among international human rights groups. "This is totally unacceptable," Tohti's lawyer, Li Fangping, told Reuters by telephone. "Ilham also said that he is innocent. He will appeal