Monday, December 11


The government will appoint 12,800 posts to expand vocational education

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The government has decided to recruit about 12,600 posts in technical colleges and polytechnics in three fiscal years to expand career-oriented education in the country. A total of 12,608 posts including 1,081 cadre posts and 11,546 non-cadre posts in the technical education sector have been sent to the Prime Minister's Office after completing all the necessary procedures for issuing government orders. The aim is to address the manpower shortages of 113 government institutions, 49 polytechnics, and 64 technical colleges under the Technical and Madrasa Education Department, officials said. Out of 1,081 permanent cadre posts, 20 are Vice-Chairmen (National Salary-Scale, Grade-5 in 2015), 189 are Chief Instructors (Technical, Grade-6), 56 are Chief Instructors (Non-Technical, Grade-6...

Russell Domingo called for an emphasis on domestic cricket

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Russell Domingo, the head coach of the Bangladesh national cricket team, said he was focusing on domestic cricket at the time as there was no international tour. He attended a virtual press conference on Friday for the first time during the epidemic. Bangladesh played their last international match against Zimbabwe in March this year. After that, the Tigers were supposed to go to Pakistan but did not go due to the Covid-19 situation. For the same reason, Bangladesh's visit to Ireland and Australia's visit to Bangladesh was also postponed. The Tigers were scheduled to travel to Sri Lanka on September 26 to take part in a three-match Test series after a long hiatus due to Covid-19 as part of the ongoing World Cup Test Championship. However, the two boards were later forced to suspend t...

1.75 thousand immigrant have returned to the country during the coronation period

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One lakh 75 thousand 758 expatriate Bangladeshis have returned to the country in the last six months. From April 1 to September 30, these expatriate Bangladeshis from 29 countries have returned to the country. Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport Expatriate Welfare Desk sources said. Assistant Director of the Desk. Fakhrul Alam said those who returned from April 1 to September 30 included 1,49,018 men and 16,740 women. Fakhrul Alam said that these expatriate workers have returned to the country due to various reasons including non-availability of work due to global epidemic, expiry of work or contract, expiration of Akama, or visa. Many have returned to the country after being imprisoned for different terms and without passes. Sources said that many of the returning workers will...

Lakhs of Taka worth of fish were washed away in the upstream water of Shibganj Paglapar Bill

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Floating news has been received. There is anxiety among the fishermen and the people of the shore about the issue. It is learned that Jewel Pagla, a fisherman from Mikkipur village in Shibganj union of Shibganj upazila, repaired the pressed kachuri pana of Pagla Par Beel. In collaboration with the locals, for the development of 3/4 mosques, different species of fish were released in the bill. But from 2/3 days of continuous rain and upstream The fish was washed away by the water. In collaboration with the locals, fishermen have set nets and bamboo poles on all four sides of the beel to protect the fish. Even one day the fish floated in the upstream water. Mokleshar Rahman, Munshur Rahman, Abdur Momin, housewife Robaiya Begum, Many, like Minni Bewa and Zulekha, say that Jewel got som...

One killed, 3 detained in Akkelpur land dispute

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A 45-year-old man was killed in a land dispute at Akkelpur in Joypurhat. The incident took place at around 10 am on Friday (October 2) in the Kanpur Halir area of ​​the upazila. The deceased was identified as Kanpur Halir Mor of the Upazila. Police have arrested three people including two women in the incident. Officer-in-charge of Akkelpur Police Station Abdul Latif Khan confirmed the incident. OC Abdul Latif Khan said the two sides clashed at around 10 am in the Kanupur Halir area of ​​the upazila over possession of only 100 acres of land. Jewel died on the spot due to the injury of the opponent. Upon receiving the news, the police recovered the body from the spot. The body was later sent to Joypurhat District Modern Hospital Morgue for autopsy. Police arrested Alim Hossain and his w...