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Credit flow shrinking for low demand By Other | Last Updated: 14th February, 2020, 00:00

Credit flow in the banking sector is on the decline even though it was supposed to increase day by day to cope with country economic expansion. Sliding demand for loans in the private sector…

Credit flow shrinking for low demand

Shelter – an address for the missing Shelter – an address for the missing

There is no shelter in Dhaka for the elderly people or children who get lost and taken to have gone missing leading to a long separation from their anguished families. A shelter can become the…


Valentine’s Day of colourful spring Valentine’s Day of colourful spring

“Valentine’s Day is love-note to the rest of the year. Graciously, it come at a perfect time to be savoured-that period of calm between winter commotion and spring enticement.”…


BNP has no plan to intensify movement BNP has no plan to intensify movement

Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) has actually no plan to intensify their movement to free their party chairperson from jail, though the party leaders are telling frequently to intensify their movement…

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Defeat evil forces to ensure public security Defeat evil forces to ensure public security

Gazipur: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday urged the members of Bangladesh Ansar and Village Defence Party (VDP) to work with honesty, courage and integrity to defeat evil forces to ensure public…

Metropolis
Govt to lend support for traditional medicine Govt to lend support for traditional medicine

Health and Family Welfare Minister Zahid Maleque on Thursday said that they would give government support for expansion of traditional medicine and traditional health care services. He also…

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Chinese embassy tells Bangladeshi businesses to have faith in China Chinese embassy tells Bangladeshi businesses to have faith in China

China has called on Chittagong Customs to provide efficient customs clearance facilitation for imports from China and ensuring safety of export inspection and quarantine of goods to promote bilateral…

Editorial
Some Concerns about Public Examinations Some Concerns about Public Examinations

The entire educational arena had been engulfed by leakage of questions and similar issues for the last several years.  Social media, the photocoy shops, coaching centres and even some teachers…

Business
Bangladesh, KSA agree to advance economic ties Bangladesh, KSA agree to advance economic ties

The 13th Joint Commission (JC) meeting between Bangladesh and Saudi Arabia ended on Thursday with a strong commitment to consolidating bilateral economic ties further. Both the countries held…

Our faith
‘Love’ in the Qur’an ‘Love’ in the Qur’an

Love, in view of Islam, is one of the significant issues of our life. The beauty of the Creator and the creatures is shown through love and affection. The Arabic term for love is al-hubb. It is also…

World
Japan cruise ship virus cases jump to 218 Japan cruise ship virus cases jump to 218

YOKOHAMA: Japan said Thursday it would allow some elderly passengers off a quarantined cruise ship and into government-designated lodging, as the number of new coronavirus cases on the vessel jumped…

Culturetainment
Valentine’s Day programmes on television Valentine’s Day programmes on television

Today is the Valentine’s Day.  Different socio-cultural organisations have chalked out elaborate programmes to mark the day. Local TV channels also have arranged an array of programmes to…

Winner
Kings march on Kings march on

A late-strike from Costa Rican world-cupper Daniel Colindres helped Defending Champions Bashundhara Kings to secure a 1-0 win over Bangladesh Championship League (BCL) Runners-up Uttar Baridhara Sporting…

My Districts
Illegal brick kilns continue to thrive in Gazipur Illegal brick kilns continue to thrive in Gazipur

GAZIPUR: Violating various government rules and regulations, illegal brick kilns continue to sprout in the districts adjacent to the capital casting hazardous impacts on the environment and people,…

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NATO agrees to expand Iraq training mission NATO agrees to expand Iraq training mission

BRUSSELS: NATO defence ministers agreed Wednesday to expand the alliance’s training mission in Iraq, responding to US President Donald Trump’s demand for more action from allies in the…

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