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Bangladesh yet to get fillip to FDI inflow By Other | Last Updated: 7th September, 2020, 00:00

Foreign direct investment (FDI) in Bangladesh still gives a dismal picture as it remains sluggish despite a massive change in policy and incentives offered by the government. Even, Bangladesh…

Bangladesh yet to get fillip to FDI inflow

Indo-Bangla ‘blood ties’
withstand pandemic
Indo-Bangla ‘blood ties’ withstand pandemic

Bangladesh and India have set excellent examples for the entire world during the Covid-19 pandemic by creating new opportunities, especially for regional trade and connectivity.


Probe bodies find no AC explosion
Probe bodies find no AC explosion

The probe committees have found no evidence of air conditioner (AC) blast at Baitus Salat Jame Mosque in Narayanganj. Five probe committees visited the mosque in Fatullah on Sunday. Two of the…


Policemen addicted to drugs under watch
Policemen addicted to drugs under watch

A number of policemen addicted to drug are under close watch by the officials of intelligence branches. Sources said a number of lawmen ranging from constable to senior level police official…

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Bangladeshi Migrants around the World Bangladeshi Migrants

around the World

Nowadays, people of Bangladesh origin are found in every corner of the world. According to one estimate, there are more than 10 million Bangladeshis, though the official figure is about 8 million,…

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Digital transactions help cope with pandemic Digital transactions help cope with pandemic

The country’s Mobile Financial Service (MFS) turned out to be the prime gateway for hassle-free money transaction and bill payment during the coronavirus pandemic.    On…

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Typhoon batters Japan Typhoon batters Japan

KAGOSHIMA: A powerful typhoon that officials warned could bring record rains and gusts strong enough to flip cars slammed into southern Japan on Sunday, prompting authorities to urge millions to seek…

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Dozens arrested in Portland Dozens arrested in Portland

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Dinar, Jui star in ‘Biplobi Othoba Ekjon Premika’ Dinar, Jui star in ‘Biplobi Othoba Ekjon Premika’

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Mominul up for the challenge Mominul up for the challenge

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Flooding hits hard Bagerhat veg farmers Flooding hits hard Bagerhat veg

farmers

Vegetable farmers of different upazilas in Bagerhat district became disappointed as they lost their farming several times this year. First, they absorbed the biggest blow of corona pandemic,…

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