Monday, October 22, 2018 | ePaper

Now BTRC decides to keep internet undisrupted

  • Print
UNB, Dhaka :
A day after giving instruction to mobile phone operators to slow down internet speed Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) on Monday directed them to keep internet service undisputed.
President of Internet Service Providers Association of Bangladesh (ASPAB) M A Hakim confirmed the matter on Monday morning.
As per the Sunday's instruction, the operators slowed down internet speed for around ten minutes on Monday morning. Later, the speed became
 normal again following the new instruction.
Earlier, on Sunday BTRC instructed mobile phone operators to curb the internet speed from 8 am to 10:30 am on the exam days from February 12 to February 24 and from 12 pm to 2:30 pm on February 18 in a bid to prevent question paper leakage during the ongoing School Certificate (SSC) examinations.

More News For this Category

ASI among four more killed in road crashes

Staff Reporter :At least four more persons were killed and several others injured in separate road crashes across the country on Sunday.In Kushtia, a motorcyclist named Sujon (32) and

BD man dies, 4 others missing in KL landslide

bdnews24.com :A Bangladeshi national was among four foreign workers killed in a landslide at a construction site in the northwest Malaysian state of Penang. Four other Bangladeshi nationals are

Dr Kamal to meet press today

UNB, Dhaka :Gano Forum President Dr Kamal Hossain will meet journalists this afternoon to brief them on the country's overall political situation. The press meet will be held at

 2 more ministers resign in Iran

2 more ministers resign in Iran

EA World Review :Two more Cabinet ministers have resigned as the Rouhani Government struggles to deal with Iran's economic problems.Roads and Urban Development Minister Abbas Akhoundi and Industry Minister

Roadside bomb blast kills 11 in Achin

Al Jazeera News  :At least 11 people, including six children and a woman, were killed in a roadside improvised explosive device (IED) blast in eastern Afghanistan, a provincial official

Single country can't deal with int'l migration in isolation: Dhaka

UNB, Dhaka :Bangladesh has said a global response is essential to protect the rights and dignity of the migrants and maximise the development potential of this process."Since it is

22 dead after train flips in Taiwan

The Straits Times :A train derailed along a touristy coastal railway in north-eastern Taiwan on Sunday, killing at least 22 and injuring 171 others, Taiwanese authorities and media said.The

Copenhagen P4G Summit opens new horizon: FM

UNB, Dhaka :Bangladesh, being one of the most vulnerable counties to the adverse impact of climate change, finds strong attachment with the core values of the newly formed global

'Drug trader' hurt in 'gunfight'

UNB, Joypurhat :A suspected drug trader sustained bullet injuries in a reported gunfight between two groups of drug traders at Tilakpur Burapukur in Akkelpur upazila early Sunday.The injured was

Ayub Bachchu trending top of Twitter Asia

UNB, Dhaka :Since the demise of the Bengali rock music legend Ayub Bachchu, his fans have been sharing numerous messages and pictures, apart from the countless audiovisuals sharing on