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MEA advisory for Indians as Bangladesh students quota protest kills 39 people

Hindustan Times 19 Jul 2024
More than 2500 have been injured with hundreds of university students in Dhaka holding rallies for weeks protesting the Bangladesh's reservation system in public sector jobs(AFP).
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‘It’s war now’: As Bangladesh quota protests escalate, what’s next?

Al Jazeera 19 Jul 2024
Protests that began weeks ago saw violence at the start of the week after student protesters were attacked by activists of the Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL), the student wing of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s Awami League Party.
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Gatherings banned in Bangladesh after government buildings burned, dozens killed

Press TV 19 Jul 2024
Demonstrations against the 56% quota system in public jobs escalated in the South Asian nation this week, prompting the government to close educational institutions across Bangladesh.
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Lack of job growth for Bangladesh’s youth fuels campus protests

The News International 19 Jul 2024
Campus protests across Bangladesh against public-sector hiring quotas turned deadly this week, illustrating the severity of a jobs crisis in the world’s seventh most populous nation ... violent this week.
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Gatherings banned in Dhaka as student protests leave 39 dead in Bangladesh

Anadolu Agency 19 Jul 2024
The South Asian nation has seen protests against the 56% quota system in public jobs surge this week, with the government closing educational institutions across Bangladesh.
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Death toll during student protests in Bangladesh climbs to 39

Anadolu Agency 19 Jul 2024
The South Asian nation has seen protests against the 56% quota system in public jobs surge this week, with the government closing educational institutions across Bangladesh.
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Here's what to know about the violent protests over government jobs roiling Bangladesh

The Sun Chronicle 19 Jul 2024
DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — Bangladesh has been gripped by violence this week after relentless clashes between student protesters, security officials and pro-government student activists over a quota system for government jobs ... .
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202 Indians cross over to India from Bangladesh via Meghalaya check post

Hindustan Times 19 Jul 2024
As many as 202 Indian nationals, mostly students stranded in Bangladesh due to the countrywide protests against job quotas in the neighbouring country, have crossed over to India via Meghalaya’s Dawki integrated check post.
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Communications widely disrupted in Bangladesh as student protests spike

Hindustan Times 19 Jul 2024
NEW DELHI -Telecommunications were widely disrupted in Bangladesh on Friday amid violent student protests against quotas for government jobs in which nearly two dozen people have been killed this week.
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Gatherings banned in Dhaka as student protests leave 45 dead in Bangladesh

Anadolu Agency 19 Jul 2024
Authorities in Bangladesh's ... The South Asian nation has seen protests against the 56% quota system in public jobs surge this week, with the government closing educational institutions across Bangladesh.
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Bangladesh wakes to torched government buildings, internet blackout

Hindustan Times 19 Jul 2024
Bangladesh woke Friday to survey destruction left by the deadliest day of ongoing student protests so far, which saw government buildings torched by demonstrators and a nationwide internet blackout put into effect.
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Bangladesh has erupted over jobs reserved for the children of ‘freedom fighters.’ Here’s what you ...

CNN 19 Jul 2024
Huge protests across Bangladesh escalated into deadly violence this week with clashes between students, pro-government supporters and armed police fueling widespread anger over civil service job quotas opponents say are discriminatory.
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Death toll in Bangladesh unrest rises to 50

Khaleejtimes 19 Jul 2024
They have continued nearly every day since, with high school students also joining the rallies, despite Bangladesh's top court suspending the quota system on July 10 for one month and urging demonstrators to return to class ... Bangladesh clashes.

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