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Remittance inflow rises by 20pc By Other | Last Updated: 6th November, 2019, 00:00

The remittance has increased by more than 20 percent in the first four months – July to October – of the current fiscal year compared to that a year ago after the government declared a…

Remittance inflow rises by 20pc

Fake revenue stamps hit market !

Organised gangs are producing and selling and counterfeiting revenue stamps across the country, deceiving institutions and individuals, and depriving the government of huge tax revenue. Revenue…


Tigers under cyclone threat

Bangladesh cricket team came from air pollution to cyclone scare as they are preparing for the series-deciding second Twenty20 match against India at the Saurashtra Cricket Stadium in Rajkot tomorrow.…


Export earnings tumble

Export earnings in the first four months of the current fiscal year (July-October) declined by 6.82 percent year-on-year to $12.72 billion as most of the major exporting items failed to make the expected…

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No move yet on bus drivers wage No move yet on bus drivers wage

The decision of introducing salary-based wages for the bus drivers in the capital is yet to be implemented, prompting them to drive recklessly for meeting their daily payment target. On August…

Metropolis
Acquire world-class skills Acquire world-class skills

President Abdul Hamid on Tuesday urged the members of Bangladesh Air Force (BAF) to acquire world-class skills to uphold the dignity of the country, reports UNB. “Attaining professional…

Biz Capital
BWDB, Army to launch project for addressing waterlogging Yasir Silmy BWDB, Army to launch project for addressing waterlogging Yasir Silmy

Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB) is going to start works of another project taken for addressing the long-drawn waterlogging crisis in the port city. BWDB and Bangladesh Army will sign…

Editorial
Prospects and Potentials of Cricket in Bangladesh Prospects and Potentials of Cricket in Bangladesh

As a game, cricket is not quite popular in all countries over the globe. Only a few countries could play cricket even five years back. With the efforts of ICC, the coverage of cricket is expanding…

Business
Promote sustainability in RMG sector Promote sustainability in RMG sector

The country’s apparel makers, buyers and development partners stressed need for promoting sustainability in readymade garments industry of Bangladesh to pave the way for long-term benefit.…

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Prioritising Primary Education Prioritising Primary Education

On 23 October, hundreds of primary school teachers demonstrated in Dhaka’s Doyel Chattar area (near Curzon hall of Dhaka University) to press home their singular demand – an upgradation…

World
Johnson presses polls rival to explain Brexit stance Johnson presses polls rival to explain Brexit stance

LONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson pressed opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn on Tuesday to tell voters in next month’s election whether he backs leaving the EU, reports AFP.…

Culturetainment
Special exhibition on Abdullah Khalid’s artworks begins at Nat’l Museum Special exhibition on Abdullah Khalid’s artworks begins at Nat’l Museum

A 10 day-long exhibition on Dhaka University’s Aparajeyo Bangla (Unvanquished Bengal) sculpture’s designer and artist, country’s renowned sculptor, academician and Ekushey Padak winner…

Winner
Tigers seeming fielding perfection in crucial second T20 Tigers seeming fielding perfection in crucial second T20

Bangladesh will be eyeing to make sure that they come up with an A-plus fielding performance against India in the series-deciding second game at Rajkot tomorrow. Tigers reached Saurastha Cricket…

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Dolphin survey in Sundarbans almost complete Dolphin survey in Sundarbans almost complete

KHULNA: The Sundarbans, the world’s largest mangrove forest, is home to two freshwater dolphin species – the endangered Ganges River Dolphin and Irrawaddy Dolphin, reports UNB. A…

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