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BB offers spl repo to boost fund supply By Other | Last Updated: 16th May, 2020, 00:00

Bangladesh Bank (BB) for the first time has introduced a one-year special repo to increase the liquidity supply in the banks to help the implementation of the stimulus package aimed at facing the impact…

BB offers spl repo to boost fund supply

BCB may suffer Tk 400m losses BCB may suffer Tk 400m losses

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is expected to suffer a loss of 25 to 30 percent revenue worth around Tk 400     million due to the deadly coronavirus pandemic. The BCB is…


Social distancing widely ignored Social distancing widely ignored

People thronged different markets and shopping malls in the capital for Eid shopping on Friday, ignoring social distancing amid the lockdown enforced over coronavirus. People are not maintaining…


198 more policemen infected 198 more policemen infected

A total of 198 more policemen have been infected with coronavirus in the capital and elsewhere in the country in the last 24 hours till Friday. The latest cases take the tally of infections…

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Private university teachers go unpaid Private university teachers go unpaid

Many private universities are not paying salaries to teachers and staff, either fully or partially, pushing the teachers and employees into great financial difficulties amid the coronavirus crisis.…

Metropolis
DNCC to preserve info on mosquito-prone areas DNCC to preserve info on mosquito-prone areas

The Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) will start its anti-mosquito drive to protect city dwellers from dengue and other vector borne disease on Saturday. Two days into taking over as DNCC…

Editorial
The Homecoming of Sherpa Always Mattered The Homecoming of Sherpa Always Mattered

17 May, Sunday will mark the 40th homecoming of the elder daughter of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Sheikh Hasina, after spending six years in exile following the brutal murder of her parents and…

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Coronavirus – New Fault Lines in American Politics Coronavirus – New Fault Lines in American Politics

America fought a war in Southeast Asia for three decades (1955-75) and lost 58,200 souls, but the coronavirus took more lives than that in a month and a half. This vicious, invisible enemy is so ruthless…

Asia
China industrial output sees shock growth China industrial output sees shock growth

BEIJING: China’s industrial output returned to growth for the first time this year in April, official data showed Friday, but another sharp drop in retail sales indicated crucial consumer demand…

World
12,500 UK care home deaths linked to virus 12,500 UK care home deaths linked to virus

LONDON: More than 12,500 deaths of care home residents in Britain were linked to the coronavirus, according to figures released Friday, heaping further pressure on the government over its handling…

Culturetainment
Short film ‘Dure Thaka Kacher Manush’ released Short film ‘Dure Thaka Kacher Manush’ released

Though COVID-19 has brought the film and TV industry to a standstill, a new short film titled Dure Thaka Kacher Manush has been released online recently. The film features popular actress Rafiath Rashid…

Winner
‘I wanted to commit suicide’ ‘I wanted to commit suicide’

Bangladesh former skipper Mohammad Ashraful said that he wanted to commit suicide at one point of his career out of regret for the match fixing scandal which took the nation by storm. “At…

My Districts
Brridhan-81 may play role to ensure food security Brridhan-81 may play role to ensure food security

RAJSHAHI: Brridhan-81 has started playing a vital role towards ensuring food security as it can give seven to eight mound better yield than many other varieties including the conventional ones, reports…

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