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Dhaka,  Tue,  26 July 2016
July 26, 2016, 9:40 pm
One of the encouraging features of Bangladesh economy has been a steady growth in its export earnings over the years. In the just concluded 2015-16 financial year, Bangladesh earned US$34.25 billion from exports which is equivalent to about Tk.2739.34 billion
July 26, 2016, 9:39 pm
The Dhaka bourse Tuesday again ended flat for the fifth consecutive session amid mixed performance shown by major sectors. On the day, the market started with a positive note and the broad index DSEX gained 17 points within first 55 minutes. Later,
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Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has been invited to attend the BRICS and BRICS-BIMSTEC summit to be held in October in Goa, India. High Commissioner to Bangladesh Harsh Vardhan Shringla said
Government's revenue authority will seek cooperation of the deputy commissioners (DCs) at today's (Tuesday) conference in collecting optimum Value Added Tax (VAT) from businesses down to the local level. Collection of VAT at source, package VAT from small businesses, introduction of
Police arrested five students of Eden Girls’ College from their hostel for alleged link to militancy. A Dhaka court on Tuesday granted police three days to grill them, court police Sub-Inspector Rakibul Alam said. Lalbagh Police Station Sub-Inspector Mizanur Rahman started a case against them under the Special Powers Act after detaining them on Monday night. The arrestees are Sabiha Afrin Shima, 23,
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MUMBAI, July 26 (Business Standard): The Reserve Bank of India's outgoing governor, Raghuram Rajan, on Tuesday staunchly defended his record in curbing inflation and cleaning up bad debt at banks, and he called on the government to protect the central bank's independence. The comments mark Rajan's latest response to his critics after the former International Monetary Fund chief economist said last
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PHILADELPHIA, July 26 (AP): A glass ceiling is shattering at the Democratic National Convention as Hillary Clinton ascends to the
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The artistic photo-filter app Prisma is now freely available to everyone on Google's Play store for Android owners. The app, which
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The government has ordered complete shutdown of Darul Ihsan University and outer campuses of other private universities. Amid growing engagement in
Africa should be given two more places at the World Cup finals if the tournament is expanded to 40 teams, FIFA chief Gianni Infantino told reporters on a brief trip to Nigeria on Monday, reports Reuters. Infantino repeated his presidential election manifesto pledge to push for the World Cup to grow by eight teams to 40 and wants Africa to get at least two extra slots from 2026. "I believe for the World Cup 2026 -- because the 2018 and 2022 finals ...
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The Supreme Court has stayed a High Court order, which barred screening of Indian Bangla film ‘Kelor Kirti’ in Bangladesh
BOGRA, July 25: Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) Bogra district unit observed the half-day hartal across the district on Monday. There has been no incident of clash or sabotage during the hartal time from 6:00 am to 12:00 noon as the party men were not seen picketing in the roads and streets. The local unit of BNP called the half-day hartal in the district protesting the party's senior vice-chairman Tarique Rahman's conviction in a money-laundering case. Earlier on July 21, the High Court sentenced ...
RANGPUR, July 26: Cattle farmers at different flood affected areas in the district are worried as severe paucity of fodder has been prevailing in the areas. According to sources many grass fields in the flood affected areas, especially in char areas under Gangachara, Kawnia and Pirgachha upazila  have been inundated by the recent flash flood caused by heavy downpour and onrush of water  from the upstream during last couple of weeks, causing much problem to the cattle owners. People living in Teesta ...

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