Tuesday, February 27

Day: October 3, 2014

Olama Mashayekh Parishad seeks capital punishment to Latif
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Olama Mashayekh Parishad seeks capital punishment to Latif

News Desk: Several hundred people brought out a procession from Dhaka’s Baitul Mukarram mosque demanding capital punishment of Latif Siddique for his comments on hajj, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and Tablighi Jamaat. Under the banner of Sammilito Olama Mashayekh Parishad, they brought out the procession from the north gate of the national mosque to Dainik Bangla intersection after Juma prayer around 1:30pm, our correspondent reports from the spot. Supporters of Bangladesh Madrasa Chhatra Songram Parishad, Sammilito Islami Dalsamuho, and Jamaat-e-Ulama Islam Bangladesh joined in from adjoining areas. Later, they were holding a rally on the mosque premises and chanting slogans to press home their demand till at 2:27pm when this report was filed. Additional policemen were deployed in the area ...
Does job success depend on data rather than your CV?
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Does job success depend on data rather than your CV?

  BBC News: Nearly half of new recruits turn out to be duds within 18 months, according to one study, while two-thirds of hiring managers admit they've often chosen the wrong people. And the main reason for failure is not because applicants didn't have the requisite skills, but because their personalities clashed with the company's culture. So these days employers are resorting to big data analytics and other new methods to help make the fraught process of hiring and firing more scientific and effective. For job hunters, this means success is now as much to do with your online data trail as your finely crafted CV. GAME FOR A JOB? While the internet has certainly made it easier to match jobseekers with vacancies, a number of firms are moving beyond automatic keyword matching to f...
10 surprising things that put you in a mood
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10 surprising things that put you in a mood

10 surprising things that put you in a bad mood Ever wonder about those moody days when you don't feel your best? Or when you're easily irritated? Any of these everyday things might be the culprit... Obvious things can put you in a bad mood, but what if your grump is being caused by something you wouldn't expect? Bad mood trigger 1: Food intolerance Food intolerances are responsible for a wide range of physical conditions including nausea and abdominal pain, but they can also affect your mood, causing irritability, mood swings, lack of focus, aggression, nervousness or hyperactivity. If you suffer from regular mood swings, try keeping a food diary – noting what you eat as well as any changes in mood – to see if you can identify a link. Could the way your bedroom is decorated make you m...