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Users can’t access thousands of BTCL sites due to a glitch

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Users have been unable to access thousands of the almost 40,000 government and private websites registered under the.bd domain, which is controlled by Bangladesh Telecommunications Company Ltd (BTCL), since this morning owing to a “technical glitch.”

“A problem in the system was identified at 8:40 am today. Vendors are working to correct it,” said Mir Mohammed Morshed, GM of PR and Marketing at BTCL.

The .bd domain refers to the top-level domain for Bangladesh. It is commonly used for websites associated with entities in Bangladesh, such as government, businesses, organizations, and individuals.

Another domain .bangla, which BTCL manages, is functioning properly, Morshed added.

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