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BRICS summit highlights climate change, trade, terrorism BRICS summit highlights climate change, trade, terrorism

Foreign affairs officials from the five nations, known collectively as the BRICS, met on Monday to further align their views on key issues


Banks exceed agricultural loan disbursement target for FY17 Banks exceed agricultural loan disbursement target for FY17

Private and foreign commercial banks performance better than the public banks in distribution of agricultural and non-farm credit during the period


France pledges $34 mln for foreign climate experts France pledges $34 mln for foreign climate experts

The move comes two weeks after President Macron criticised his US counterpart Donald Trump for pulling out of the UN's Paris climate agreement


Weak institutional capacity may impede budget execution Weak institutional capacity may impede budget execution

Dr Debapriya slams some key ministries which he thinks lack in capacity in terms of leadership, budget formulation and its execution


Boeing, Airbus take dogfight to Paris Air Show Boeing, Airbus take dogfight to Paris Air Show

The airshow comes a little too early for either Russia's Irkut, with its MC- 21, or China's Comac, with the much-flagged C919


Presidency a boon for some Trump businesses Presidency a boon for some Trump businesses

Trump earns around $37 million this year from the Florida resort -- a seven million dollar increase from last year


Eid silk shopping gains momentum in Rajshahi Eid silk shopping gains momentum in Rajshahi

Since time immemorial, the people use silk wears during Eid festival in Rajshahi region which is famous for quality silk production


Asian shares mixed as Wall St tech dive weighs on sentiment   Asian shares mixed as Wall St tech dive weighs on sentiment

Asian stocks were mixed Friday as a tech sell-off overnight on Wall Street shaded sentiment among investors…


Forex reserves stand at $32.73bn Forex reserves stand at $32.73bn

Steady garment exports and remittances from Bangladeshis working abroad have helped build reserves in recent years


Asian shares fall after Fed rate hike, tracking Wall St lead Asian shares fall after Fed rate hike, tracking Wall St lead

The dollar edges lower to 109.56 from 109.57 yen while he euro edges up to $1.1219 from $1.1217


80 percent people in Bangladesh now get electricity 80pc people now get electricity

Nearly 45 lakh households in remote areas across the country also have access solar power system


IMF raises China growth forecast, urges faster reforms IMF raises China growth forecast, urges faster reforms

The economy is then expected to slow to an average of 6.4 percent expansion between 2018 and 2020


Verizon takes over Yahoo to complete $4.5 billion deal Verizon takes over Yahoo to complete $4.5 billion deal

About 2,000 Yahoo and AOL workers are expected to lose their jobs as Verizon trims expenses and eliminates overlapping positions


Export to Germany crosses $5 billion mark this fiscal Export to Germany crosses $5 billion mark this fiscal

Germany is the second largest export market for Bangladesh after the United States


China a step closer to resuming US beef imports China a step closer to resuming US beef imports

In exchange for China opening its borders to US beef, the US would allow the sale of cooked Chinese poultry

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