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Printing of banknotes may fuel inflation By Other | Last Updated: 14th May, 2020, 00:00

The government's move to print currency notes may trigger inflation and price hike of essentials, badly affecting people amid the coronavirus crisis, economic analysts said. Sources said…

Printing of banknotes may fuel inflation

Bashundhara Group provides face masks, PPE for Ansar & VDP Bashundhara Group provides face masks, PPE for Ansar & VDP

Bashundhara Group, one of the leading business conglomerates in Bangladesh, on Wednesday provided safety equipment to Bangladesh Ansar and Village Defence Party (VDP) to fight coronavirus pandemic.…


Govt sticks to dev vision despite corona fallout Govt sticks to dev vision despite corona fallout

Even though the country’s economy is reeling under the Covid-19 fallout, the government remains steadfast in its near and long-term development vision.  The New ADP for FY’21…


Avoid Eid congregation, say scholars Avoid Eid congregation, say scholars

Islamic scholars alerted people against going to the mosques to contain the spread of COVID-19, saying it is best to offer prayers at home as it is permitted during crisis times as the authorities…

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Country under threat of dengue amid corona Country under threat of dengue amid corona

When the country is putting in all its efforts to contain the deadly coronavirus, people are now under threat of dengue, an Aedes mosquito-borne disease. The health department has designated…

Metropolis
1,926 cops infected so far 1,926 cops infected so far

A total of 1,926 police members got infected with coronavirus as of Wednesday, reports UNB. Among the total coronavirus-infected police members, 907 are from Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP)…

Editorial
Our Prayers for Our Prime Minister and Her Government Our Prayers for Our Prime Minister and Her Government

As the entire human race has been under the scourge of novel coronavirus for months together we fervently pray for all world bodies, countries and their leaders during this dark time for their leadership.…

Business
Summit claims huge dues to ISPs Summit claims huge dues to ISPs

Internet Service Providers have huge dues to Nationwide Telecommunication Transmission Network (NTTN) operators including Summit Communications amid general holidays on corona virus situation.…

Education
Dropout in the same circle Dropout in the same circle

Access to primary education has touched near hundred per cent and gender equity in primary and secondary has also been ensured though we still lag behind to provide quality education to the learners…

Asia
Chinese city in partial lockdown Chinese city in partial lockdown

BEIJING: A northeastern Chinese city has partially shut its borders, cut off transport links and closed schools after the emergence of a local coronavirus cluster that has fuelled fears about a second…

World
Top US virus expert warns of premature exit from lockdown Top US virus expert warns of premature exit from lockdown

WASHINGTON: The top US infectious disease expert warned on Tuesday against relaxing coronavirus lockdowns too quickly as France began to reopen schools and Russia and India started  getting back…

Culturetainment
ZEE5 Global brings together top Bangladeshi artistes ZEE5 Global brings together top Bangladeshi artistes

ZEE5 Global has brought again the ever-popular folk song ‘Abar Jombe Mela’ in an all-new format rendered by Bangladesh’s youth icons. The song was released across all ZEE5 platforms…

Winner
Tigers’ Lanka tour decision shortly Tigers’ Lanka tour decision shortly

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) said that they will take a decision on their scheduled Sri Lanka tour in the shortest period of time though uncertainty is growing with every passing day. Sri…

My Districts
Local admin shuts markets after reopening Local admin shuts markets after reopening

MANIKGANJ: Three days after reopening, the local administration closed down all the shopping malls and business establishments in Manikganj from Wednesday as part of fight against coronavirus transmission,…

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