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Unique News Service, the owning company of online news-agency uns24.com, has decided to run an editing service. Special news items sans time bar, press releases of various organisations, documents, project-concept papers, texts of international communications and the like--all in English--will be edited in correct English language, style and structure.

RUET Civil Department`s annual function Held

Ruet`s Civil Department`s farewell and freshers` reception function was held on Thursday. The annual prize- giving ceremony was also part of the programme. The best students of the deapartment and winners of different sport events were given prizes.  

Planning education upgrade in Bangladesh seen as patchy

Many beat their brains over how to do it as the government suddenly unravels a decision on upgrading Bangladesh’s educational system from elementary to below higher education, extending primary schooling up to class eight. The real driving purpose, however, is to mend a mistake made previously in railroading reforms that instituted a public examination at primary level.           


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