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  • Siddiqur gets govt job

    Titumir college student Siddiqur Rahman, whose eyes were damaged in “police excess” during a demonstration in Shahbagh, gets a job at government’s pharmaceuticals company.

  • Smalley hesitant

    Australia's Paul Smalley is hesitant to take the job of technical director of the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) following the terrorist attack in Gulshan.

  • Mourinho to play the Pope?

    Jose Mourinho always said he was a "special one" and now, after fulfilling his dream of becoming Manchester United manager, he is turning his hand to films.

  • Seven-year-old applies for managerial post

    A seven-year-old has applied for a recently-vacated managerial job at a club in the Scottish Premiership. He writes that he will ask his head teacher for time off from school to manage the team and insists the squad help with his homework.

  • Jose Mourinho

    Jose, MU hammer out details

    Manchester United are locked in a second day of talks with Jose Mourinho's agents on Wednesday, hammering out a deal to sweep the controversial Portuguese boss into Old Trafford.

  • Adams quits two days into Ireland job

    Ireland must resume their search for a new national academy manager after Chris Adams withdrew from the role he agreed to take up only two days ago.

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    Making most of Facebook

    While most of us are content with maintaining social connections, even the very casual ones, with Facebook and catching up on what friends have been up to, looking at their holiday photos or photos of their children, some have been using Facebook for study materials and getting jobs.

  • Biman MD calls it quits

    Kyle Haywood yesterday resigned as the Biman Bangladesh Airlines managing director and chief executive officer after serving a year at the helm of the national flag carrier.

  • Tamim asks youngsters to retain the hunger

    Tamim Iqbal has urged the younger members of the Bangladesh team to remain hungry for forthcoming challenges at the end of a successful year in international cricket.

  • Fortune of the few, forget the rest

    AS the country battles with layers of snow in the biting cold, its economy brings some positive news.