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Md. Arfan Ali, President & Managing Director of the Bank Asia inaugurates Orientation Course for Management Trainees at Bank Asia Institute for Training & Development (BAITD) at Lalmatia, Dhaka today. Mohammad Ziaul Hasan Molla, Deputy Managing Director, K S Nazmul Hasan, Head of People Management Division (HRD), Md. Ismail Hossain, Head of Progoti Soroni Branch, Krishna Saha, Head of Lalmatia Branch and Sujit Kumer Sen, AVP, BAITD were present in the program.[/caption]
The outgoing UN human rights chief says Myanmar’s de-facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi should have resigned over the military’s violent campaign against the Rohingya Muslim minority last year. Zeid Ra’ad al Hussein told the BBC the Nobel Peace prize winner should have considered returning to house arrest rather than excusing the military.
A new UN report says Myanmar’s military should be investigated for genocide. Myanmar has rejected the report as one-sided. The army of the Buddhist-majority nation - which has been accused of systematic ethnic cleansing - has previously cleared itself of wrongdoing.
Corporal punishment is an illuminated neon sign overhanging a dysfunctional society where schools and homes are no longer safe havens of love, protection and care for children
Any government that permits corporal punishment to children in schools, madrassahs and homes would never qualify for a humanitarian award in the eyes of Allah or man. – IMPOSSIBLE!
Sir Frank Peters
It is common knowledge the future of a nation manifests through its children… the caretakers of what they have inherited and the future leaders/developers/purveyors of that they would wish to bequeath.
The hackneyed slogan/jingle of most insincere politicians, prime ministers, and presidents worldwide is: “the children are our future”. And, in most ...
The 2nd Managers’ conference-2018 of Dhaka North of Pubali Bank Limited was held recently. Md. Abdul Halim Chowdhury, Managing Director & CEO graced the conference as Chief Guest. Mohammad Ali, Deputy Managing Director was present as Guest of Honour.
Dewan Ruhul Ahsan and Dewan Jamil Masud- General Managers of Head Office were present as Special Guests.. General Manager and RM ...
Instead of prosecuting those responsible for unlawfully attacking student protesters demanding road safety, Bangladesh authorities are arresting students and targeting activists and journalists who are highlighting the abuses, Human Rights Watch said today. Authorities should order an immediate investigation into reports that renowned photographer and activist, Shahidul Alam, was beaten while in custody. Alam was detained on August 5, 2018, for criticizing the government and its supporters for targeting students.
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