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  • Never said outsiders are barred

    The Dhaka University authorities yesterday claimed they never said “outsiders were prohibited on campus”.

  • Liberation War Affairs Minister AKM Mozammel Haque

    No scope for changing the 30pc quota

    Liberation War Affairs Minister AKM Mozammel Haque yesterday said there is no scope for bringing changes to the 30 percent freedom fighters' quota in public jobs because of a Supreme Court order.

  • Dhaka University Logo

    No outsider allowed!

    The Dhaka University authorities yesterday said no outsider will be allowed to roam or stay on the campus without prior permission, a move that goes against the very character of the country's premier university.

  • Quota reform movement leader Rashed Khan remanded

    Quota reform leader Rashed remanded again

    Quota reform leader Rashed Khan has been taken in for a second phase of remand grilling amidst countrywide outcry demanding his unconditional release.

  • 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.

  • Attacks on students shameful

    'This didn't happen during Pak-British rule'

    Condemning the attacks on general students demanding quota reforms, Sirajul Islam Chowdhury, a professor of Dhaka University, says the incidents that had happened are “unfortunate, shameful and unbelievable”.

  • Quota reform leader Toriqul Islam

    Injured Toriqul being brought to Dhaka

    Quota reform leader Toriqul Islam, who was brutally beaten up by BCL men on July 2, is being brought to Dhaka from Rajshahi for better treatment.

  • quota system reform

    Quota Reform: Committee holds 1st meet today

    The seven-member committee formed “to review or reform or cancel” the quota system for the civil service will sit for its first meeting today.

  • Quota Reform Movement

    'What an ordeal I am facing'

    With bandages from toe to thigh on his right leg and eight stitches on left side of his head, Toriqul Islam is unable to turn to any side while lying in his hospital bed.

  • Quota reformists attack

    Govt playing 'dubious role'

    A group of guardians and other citizens yesterday accused the government of playing a dubious role on the quota issue.