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Issue gazettee notification on job quota abolition by April

Dhaka, April 26 – Leaders of quota reform movement on Thursday issued an ultimatum to the government for issuing a gazette notification on abolishing the quota system in government job as per the prime minister’s words within April. Otherwise, they will wage a tougher movement from the next month (May), they came up with these at a press conference on ... Read More »

Faction of pro-AL teachers to besiege JU VC office

Savar (Dhaka), April 26 – A faction of Awami League-leaning teachers of Jahangirnagar University (JU) yesterday launched fresh programs denouncing alleged assault to their fellows during a protest on April 18 and controversial dean-provost appointments. Amid the ongoing demonstrations, former VC Shariff Enamul loyalists pronounced to lay blockade to the Vice Chancellor’s office on April 30 (Monday) and May 03 ... Read More »

Movement if gazette on job quota not issued by April

Dhaka, April 26  – Bangladesh General Students’ Rights Protection Council, a platform of students that led the recent quota reform movement, on Thursday threatened to a wage tougher movement if the gazette on abolishing the much-talked-about quota system in government jobs is not published within this month. Read More »

3 quota demo leaders released after ‘detention’ by DB

Dhaka, April 16  – Barely an hour after their ultimatum for withdrawal of all the cases filed against them during their demonstration for quota reform, three leaders of Bangladesh General Students’ Rights Protection Council were reportedly picked up by detectives from near Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) on Monday. Read More »

BAU students again block Dhaka-Mymensingh rail track

Mymensingh, April 11 – Students of the Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU) blocked Dhaka-Mymensingh rail track today as a part of their movement demanding revision of quota system and protesting at the attack on a student of Kabi Sufia Kamal Hall of Dhaka University and condemning the speech of Matia Chowdhury. Read More »