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SOCIAL MEDIA GIANTS IGNORE NBR ORDER ON VAT AGENTS

Social media giants like Facebook, Google and YouTube are not interested in appointing VAT agents in Bangladesh though the National Board of Revenue (NBR) has asked them to appoint VAT agents and pay 15 per cent VAT on advertisement revenue to the government. “Two months have elapsed since the directive was

SOCIAL MEDIA: A NEW HORIZON IN E-LEARNING

Social media tools (Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Instagram and others) have created enormous interest among educators to use it as an agent of change in teaching and learning practice because of its openness, interactivity, and sociability. As net generation students highly rely on social media for information and collaboration, educators are

Speakers stress on awareness to prevent misuse of social media

Awareness among people is utmost necessary to prevent misuse of social media as that may cause harm to the nation as well as other individuals, speakers told a dialogue on September 17. It is important to be vigilant and take proportional legal actions against spreading of fake news and encouraging extremism

IMPACT OF USING SOCIAL MEDIA AFFECTS MENTAL HEALTH

The American Academy of Pediatrics has warned about the potential threats of social media in young kids and teens, including cyber-bullying and "Facebook depression." Even adults are not free of them across the generations. Howsoever, while people are talking about the high admiration of social sites, dependence on them may have

(UN) SHARE THE POST? RETHINKING OUR BEHAVIOR ON SOCIAL MEDIA

December 16, 2012. An Indian student got violently raped on a moving bus in Delhi and succumbed to an excruciating death. Around 534 media reports were published afterwards, as stated in a research article of BMC Women’s Health. Among these, 26 were categorized as description of event, 112 as description of

ARE BANKS READY FOR THE NEXT GENERATION CUSTOMER?

Today, the significant percentage of the world population, or approximately 7.4 billion,is under the age of 30. Over the next10 years, Gen-Y should constitute the majority of ‘wealth accumulators’ in developed economies and will look for financial products to maximize their wealth. This segment is expected to have a higher

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