Thursday, June 20

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Workers are not available for jobs with 6 hours of work per day and a salary of 4,500 euros per month
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Workers are not available for jobs with 6 hours of work per day and a salary of 4,500 euros per month

Online Desk : You have to work only six hours a day. From 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For this, a salary of about 4 and a half thousand euros will be paid per month. But still, people are not available. Although it sounds surprising, Australia is witnessing such incidents due to a lack of workers. The country's lemon farmers are going to face huge losses due to this. British media outlet The Sun reported this information in a report on July 1. According to the report, workers are sought for only 6 hours a day. The task is to pick ripe lemons from the tree. But not enough people are available for that job. Because of this, those associated with lemon farming in Australia are facing huge losses. And so a member of parliament in Australia appealed to the workers to come forward for this work. ...
SI Mokhlesur Rahman received the award from the Superintendent of Police of Dhaka District
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SI Mokhlesur Rahman received the award from the Superintendent of Police of Dhaka District

Online Bangladesh Desk : On June 26, Thana police recovered a man's throat-slit body from the Sadhapur area of ​​Savar, Dhaka. After that, SI Mokhlesur Rahman was able to arrest the two accused involved in the murder, the victim's wife and her estranged lover, within two hours. After the arrest, the evidence used during the murder was recovered and the accused were handed over to the court. The accused then gave a confessional statement to the court. Bhavanipur Police Camp IC SI Md Mokhleshur Rahman was awarded by Superintendent of Police Dhaka District for identifying this unknown case very quickly.
The Executive Committee of Dighinala Journalist Forum has been formed in Khagrachari
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The Executive Committee of Dighinala Journalist Forum has been formed in Khagrachari

Online Desk : The Executive Committee of Dighinala Journalist Forum has been formed in Khagrachari. This committee was announced from the discussion meeting regarding the formation of executive committee of Dighinala Journalist Forum under the chairmanship of convener Abdul Jalil and member secretary M Idrich Ali at the organization's temporary office on Tuesday afternoon. Abdul Jalil, Khagrachari representative of Dainik Bangla, was elected president and Mizanur Rahman Sabuj, representative of the third level, was elected general secretary for the next two years with the consent of all present at the meeting. Also in the committee are M Idrich Ali (Time Paper) as Vice President, Afzal Hossain (Bangladesh Samachar) as Joint General Secretary, Manik Hossain (Bangladesh Time) as Organizin...
Debut of Dighinala DSF
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Debut of Dighinala DSF

Online Desk : The Convening Committee of Dighinala Journalist Forum has been formed. The organization made its debut by forming a convening committee with the local residents of Dighinala upazila working in various print media in the district-upazila under the chairmanship of journalist Abdul Jalil on Wednesday afternoon at the organization's temporary office in Madhya Boalkhali Bazar of Dighinala. Senior journalist Abdul Jalil (Dainik Bangla) convener, An 8-member convening committee was formed with Md. Sohag Mia (Daily Bissho Manchitra) and Mizanur Rahman Sabuj (Daily Thritiya matra) as joint convenors and M. Idris Ali (Daily Somoyer Kagoj) as member secretary. Other members of the committee are Md. Manik Hossain (Bangladesh Shomoy), Saiful Islam (Doinik Astha) Afzal Hossain (Dainik ...
BBC radio broadcasting in 10 languages, including Bengali, is being stopped
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BBC radio broadcasting in 10 languages, including Bengali, is being stopped

Online Desk : Due to the economic crisis, BBC Bengali broadcasting is going to stop. The British Broadcasting Corporation, or BBC, has decided to stop broadcasting not only Bengali but also 10 other languages. Several radio operations, however, are said to be limited to online. Apart from BBC Bangla, the other languages that are being discontinued include Arabic, Persian, Chinese, Kyrgyz, Uzbek, Hindi, Indonesian, Tamil and Urdu. The BBC says the combined pressure of high inflation and rising commodity prices has led them to this difficult decision. BBC Bengal's radio program took off on 11th October 1941 with the start of 15-minute weekly broadcasts in Bengal. Later news broadcasting started in 1965. The BBC has proposed to cut 382 World Service jobs, with the aim of saving more than £...
Google is shutting down ‘annoying’ ads
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Google is shutting down ‘annoying’ ads

Tech Desk : Google sometimes shows ads while playing games and watching videos on mobile. There are some 15 second ads that don't stop until viewed. Google is finally stopping showing this ad in view of user complaints. According to the information, the search engine giant is going to change the overall environment and operation of the Play Store along with stopping the annoying ads in the Android app. The company has recently made some changes in their policies. Which has also brought changes in the rules of several categories. To be more specific, initiatives have been taken to close some loopholes or loopholes in the rules. Due to which developers can get illegal access. According to a report published by The Verge, the company will soon be working on changes to their policies and th...