Quota Reform Movement

Business takes a hit from acute port congestion

Import and export activities as well as cargo and container delivery were also seriously disrupted at the country's largest seaport due to a nationwide internet blackout since July 18

Quota reform / 93pc jobs on merit, 7pc from quotas

Govt issues circular; some quota reform organisers reject it

Internet blackout wallops life and living

A countrywide internet blackout dealt a massive blow to the lives of Bangladeshis, upending their digital lifestyle and leaving many businesses staring at huge financial losses.

Garment sector's losses piling up as factories remain shut

Garment factories kept production suspended on July 20 and decided to keep the units closed  on July 21 as well considering the safety of the workers and the factories amid ongoing countrywide violence and curfew imposed by the government

Fresh blow to the fragile economy

The countrywide shutdown and subsequent violence centring the quota reform movement crippled business and economic activities for the last three days, dealing a further blow to an economy that is already ailing due to high inflation, falling exports and depleting forex reserves.

Fresh blow to the fragile economy

The countrywide shutdown and subsequent violence centring the quota reform movement crippled business and economic activities for the last three days, dealing a further blow to an economy that is already ailing due to high inflation, falling exports and depleting forex reserves.

Fresh blow to the fragile economy

The countrywide shutdown and subsequent violence centring the quota reform movement crippled business and economic activities for the last three days, dealing a further blow to an economy that is already ailing due to high inflation, falling exports and depleting forex reserves.

Transport operators sitting idle, counting losses

The violence centring the quota reform protests and associated curfew are preventing trucks and covered vans from plying on the roads and highways, leading to losses for their operators alongside businesses dependent on them

Universities and the government have failed the students

The responsibility for this bloodshed cannot be avoided by either the government or the university authorities.

July 23, 2024
July 23, 2024

Business takes a hit from acute port congestion

Import and export activities as well as cargo and container delivery were also seriously disrupted at the country's largest seaport due to a nationwide internet blackout since July 18

July 23, 2024
July 23, 2024

93pc jobs on merit, 7pc from quotas

Govt issues circular; some quota reform organisers reject it

July 23, 2024
July 23, 2024

Internet blackout wallops life and living

A countrywide internet blackout dealt a massive blow to the lives of Bangladeshis, upending their digital lifestyle and leaving many businesses staring at huge financial losses.

July 23, 2024
July 23, 2024

Garment sector's losses piling up as factories remain shut

Garment factories kept production suspended on July 20 and decided to keep the units closed  on July 21 as well considering the safety of the workers and the factories amid ongoing countrywide violence and curfew imposed by the government

July 23, 2024
July 23, 2024

Fresh blow to the fragile economy

The countrywide shutdown and subsequent violence centring the quota reform movement crippled business and economic activities for the last three days, dealing a further blow to an economy that is already ailing due to high inflation, falling exports and depleting forex reserves.

July 23, 2024
July 23, 2024

Fresh blow to the fragile economy

The countrywide shutdown and subsequent violence centring the quota reform movement crippled business and economic activities for the last three days, dealing a further blow to an economy that is already ailing due to high inflation, falling exports and depleting forex reserves.

July 23, 2024
July 23, 2024

Fresh blow to the fragile economy

The countrywide shutdown and subsequent violence centring the quota reform movement crippled business and economic activities for the last three days, dealing a further blow to an economy that is already ailing due to high inflation, falling exports and depleting forex reserves.

July 23, 2024
July 23, 2024

Transport operators sitting idle, counting losses

The violence centring the quota reform protests and associated curfew are preventing trucks and covered vans from plying on the roads and highways, leading to losses for their operators alongside businesses dependent on them

July 18, 2024
July 18, 2024

Universities and the government have failed the students

The responsibility for this bloodshed cannot be avoided by either the government or the university authorities.

July 18, 2024
July 18, 2024

Dying for a systemic change

There is a serious governance failure in dealing with the student demands for merit-based recruitment system in Bangladesh’s government jobs.

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