Control Loans, Update Relevant Laws By Zia Uddin Mahmud | Last Updated: 21st January, 2020, 13:07

It has been seen that a bank is mainly affected by big volume of loans when it becomes classified or defaulted 

Control Loans, Update Relevant Laws

Control Loans, Update Relevant Laws Control Loans, Update Relevant Laws

Recently, the banking industry is passing a very unrest situation


Rethinking Good Urban Governance Rethinking Good Urban Governance

Good urban governance involves city governments and administrations using transparent and participatory processes, writes Bappy Rahman


Solar Pump and the Agricultural Revolution Solar Pump and the Agricultural Revolution

Irrigation plays a vital role in the agriculture of the country, which is located in the tropical and sub-tropical delta


Digital Technology for Accelerating Growth Digital Technology for Accelerating Growth

The impact of digital technology on economic growth is mediated through three mechanisms — inclusion, efficiency, and innovation, writes Mostafizur Rahaman Sohel


New Zealand’s Prime Minister in Bangladesh New Zealand’s Prime Minister in Bangladesh

In1974, New Zealand’s Prime Minister Norman Erik Kirk came to Bangladesh  and met with Prime Minister of Bangladesh Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman


Make Universities World-class Make Universities World-class

A teacher should be punctual in class, deliver new insights to the students, equip students with the most recent available literature and encourage students to read beyond the text books


Of politicians, EC and low voter turnout Of politicians, EC and low voter turnout

Turnout indicates the percentage of eligible voters who actually cast their vote, writes Nadeem Qadir


‘Mujib Year’: Countdown to Hope ‘Mujib Year’: Countdown to Hope

Bangabandhu was a man of huge self-esteem and had an abundance of confidence


BJP is loosing ground over CAA, NRC BJP is loosing ground over CAA, NRC

People of whole India, except BJP, are protesting CAA


A Unique Innovation of Bangladesh A Unique Innovation of Bangladesh

Usually yields on floating agriculture are more than that grown on soil, writes Dr. Kshirode C. Roy


Way Home from Pakistan’s Prison Way Home from Pakistan’s Prison

Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, reached London in a chilly frosty morning on 8 January 1972, once he was released from Pakistan’s prison


Cultivation of Cotton and Development of Textile Industries Cultivation of Cotton and Development of Textile Industries

Cotton is the main raw material of textile industries


Making Education More Fruitful Making Education More Fruitful

Education has become a big business today as teachers are busier with coaching rather than teaching in the classroom, writes Noore Alam Siddiqui


Cumilla Model for Cooperative Agrarian Development Cumilla Model for Cooperative Agrarian Development

The much-mentioned Cumilla Cooperative approach developed through a direct experimentation of the Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development, writes Prof Dr. A. H. M. Zehadul Karim


Bangabandhu’s Ideals: Rethinking and Renewal Bangabandhu’s Ideals: Rethinking and Renewal

Bangabandhu, in just three and a half years term, prepared a road map for a modern state based on planned development, writes Dr. A J M Shafiul Alam Bhuiyan


Can We Predict the Future? Can We Predict the Future?

Stephen Hawking says that ‘we can predict the future, in principle at least


A Toxic Life for Dhaka Kids A Toxic Life for Dhaka Kids

In the morning of December 14, Dhaka’s air quality was the worst in the world, according to Air Visual, a US-based organisation that tracks air pollution


We Are Self-blinded, Not Blind We Are Self-blinded, Not Blind

Absence of human and social values has been identified as the main cause of all such inhumane incidents


Are Youths Becoming Averse to Politics? Are Youths Becoming Averse to Politics?

Despite their indifference to politics, the youths have interest in social movements, writes Sheikh Nahid Neazy


New Year 2020: Our Expectations New Year 2020: Our Expectations

There are several instances that would make us remember 2019 as the country attained a number of milestones during this year


Waiting for the New Sun Waiting for the New Sun

The ruling Awami League government has been working relentlessly to build a poverty-free and ICT-based prosperous Bangladesh in line with its electoral pledges


Maulana Azad - The Man Who Knew the Future Maulana Azad - The Man Who Knew the Future

Maulana Azad was born on 11 November in Mecca, then a part of the Ottoman Empire


Body Economic: Bangladesh Panorama Body Economic: Bangladesh Panorama

Economic policy indeed has serious repercussions on social welfare and that impacts the well-being status of common people


Delights of Celebrating Christmas in Bangladesh Delights of Celebrating Christmas in Bangladesh

It’s the most wonderful time of year with sparkling snowflakes and twinkling lights, happy carols and rosy cheeks, good cheer and warm fuzzy feelings


Bangladesh’s Progress in Gender Equality Bangladesh’s Progress in Gender Equality

Gender equality means that different behaviours, aspirations, and needs of women and men are considered, valued, and favoured equally


Country’s First Human Milk Bank Country’s First Human Milk Bank

Human Milk Bank or Breast Milk Bank is a service that collects


Breaking Silence and Stigma of Sexual Violence Breaking Silence and Stigma of Sexual Violence

The social stigma attached to rape and its linkage with women’s chastity and honour promotes the culture of silence among the victims


Leaders and Dead Body of Bangladesh Leaders and Dead Body of Bangladesh

Bangabandhu was killed in the early hours of 15 August 1975 and while his dead body lay on the steps of his Dhanmondi Residence


English Proficiency Index: Where Bangladesh Stands? English Proficiency Index: Where Bangladesh Stands?

I beg excuse to my readers for an illustration from my experience in learning English, writes Dr. Mir Obaidur Rahman


International Migrants Day and Our Migrant Workers International Migrants Day and Our Migrant Workers

The day is celebrated to recognise the contributions of the migrant workers to the economies of their home countries, writes A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman


COP 25: ‘Time for Action’
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Carbon dioxide is the leading cause of human-induced climate change, writes Bappy Rahman


Time to Address Emerging Challenges in Garment Sector Time to Address Emerging Challenges in Garment Sector

A fittingly sustainable market strategy is a must for a wider access and exposure of the readymade garments, writes Sakib Hasan


Thank You Honourable Chancellor Thank You Honourable Chancellor

President M. Abdul Hamid is the Ex-officio Chancellor of all the universities in the country


On Single Digit Interest Rate: Bangladesh Context On Single Digit Interest Rate: Bangladesh Context

A country with inflation in the range of 2-3 percent also prefer interest rate to keep low to garner growth, writes Dr. Mir Obaidur Rahman

 

 


Poverty, Livelihood Strategies and Realities of Life Poverty, Livelihood Strategies and Realities of Life

There are several hundred thousand people who live their life with great hardship without having any asset, writes Pranab Kumar Panday


Myanmar under Pressure, Thanks to Gambia Myanmar under Pressure, Thanks to Gambia

Rights groups and other credible organisations have confirmed that genocide was committed by the Myanmarese soldiers


Mesmerizing Bengali Music Mesmerizing Bengali Music

Bengali songs reflect every mood and occasion, sad or festive, writes Dr. Akhter Hussain


Fishing for Growth in Bangladesh Fishing for Growth in Bangladesh

Exponential growth in Bangladesh’s aquaculture industry saw a two-fold increase in fish consumption


Air purification device for our nose can only save us! Air purification device for our nose can only save us!

Air pollution indirectly plays a role in cardiac problems and cancer, writes A. K. M. Atiqur Rahman

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