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  • DU off-limits to outsiders

    No outsider will be allowed to roam around in the campus without permission from the Dhaka University authorities. The provost committee came up with the decision at a meeting held on July 5 in the backdrop of "unwanted incidents" centering the quota reform movement.

  • quota reform movement rally attacked at Jagannath University

    Pro-quota reform rally attacked at JnU

    Students of progressive fronts have come under attack at Jagannath University when they were marching in favour of the quota reformation demand.

  • Quota system in Bangladesh govt jobs scrapped officially

    Public service reform bodies’ suggestion to be reviewed

    The recommendations made by several public service reform committees and Public Service Commission since the introduction of quota system in civil service in 1972 will be reviewed to decide on either reformation or cancellation of the system, says Cabinet Secretary M Shafiul Alam.

  • Judicial probe demanded into attack on students

    A group of guardians and citizens demand judicial probe into the recent spate of attacks on quota reformists across the country.

  • Girl shares horrors of assault, abuse by anti-quota reform men, cops

    A female student, who participated in the ongoing quota reform movement, shares her horrific experiences of physical assault, verbal abuse and mental tortures allegedly inflicted by activists against quota reform movement and policemen.

  • Female Students rally

    Girls rally for safe campus at DU, meet anti demo

    Two groups are concurrently demonstrating at Dhaka University, one protesting the attack on students and the other against what they are describing as agitation at campus. Girls in big numbers have come down to the streets and chanting slogans against attack on students.

  • Quota reform: Cops foil citizens' demo, assault DU teacher

    Police allegedly assault a Dhaka University teacher when a platform of parents and teachers gather at Jatiya Press Club in Dhaka for holding a demonstration programme expressing concern over the detention of quota reform leaders.

  • DU proctor AKM Golam Rabbani

    DU proctor ‘uninformed’ over attack on students

    After three days and multiple incidents of assaults, Dhaka University’s Proctor AKM Golam Rabbani says he remains “uninformed” over attack on students and that no one has written a complaint to him.

  • BCL men attack

    BCL men even more aggressive

    It was around 10:45am. About 15 quota reformists gathered at the Central Shaheed Minar to form a human chain. Within moments, however, a group of people pounced on them.

  • Transparency International Bangladesh TIB Report

    Quota Reform Movement: TIB seeks punishment for attackers

    Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) expresses its deep concern over the attacks on the members of quota reform movement and demanded for exemplary punishment of those involved in the attacks.