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19 February, 2020 12:00 AM printer

Corporate corner

Guardian Life Sponsor and Patron Tapan Chowdhury receives the ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2013 certificates from ISO QAR Bangladesh Managing Director Rashid M Akhter at a function at Guardian Life head office in the capital on Tuesday.


Islami Bank Bangladesh Vice-Chairman Yousif Abdullah Al-Rajhi inaugurates the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) service at Islami Bank Central Hospital at Kakrail in the capital on Monday.


A cook wearing a protective facemask prepares a meal in Shanghai on Tuesday. The World Health Organization has warned against a global over-reaction to the new coronavirus epidemic following panic-buying, event cancellations and concerns about cruise ship travel, as China's official death toll neared 1,900 on Tuesday.


Croatian Finance Minister Zdravko Maric speaks during a press conference during a Ecofin Council meeting at the EU headquarters in Brussels on Tuesday.


A resident wearing a protective facemask walks on a street in Kathmandu on Tuesday. The COVID-19 virus, which is believed to have originated in Wuhan late last year, has spread to more than 72,000 people and killed 1,900 in China.


A row of empty seats (L) are seen on board a Singapore Airlines flight to Singapore from Jakarta International Airport, before the aircraft's departure from the Indonesian capital on Tuesday. Singapore unveiled 4.6 billion USD in financial packages on Tuesday to deal with the impact of the deadly coronavirus outbreak, which has battered the city-state's economy and sparked fears of a recession. Tourism and trade are both expected to be hard hit by the virus in Singapore, an open economy with close links to China that is badly affected during any global shock.


People hold banners and chant slogans as they take part in a demonstration marking a 24-hours strike over a new pension overhaul, in front of the Greek parliament in Athens on Tuesday, bringing public transport to a standstill. Some 10,000 people demonstrated in the capital against the reform, which encourages a longer stay in the workforce, police said. Civil servants also walked off the job and journalists will stage a three-hour work stoppage against the pension reform.


A elderly couple looks on as people take part in a demonstration marking a 24-hours strike over a new pension overhaul,in Thessaloniki on Tuesday, bringing public transport to a standstill. Some 10,000 people demonstrated in Athens and other major cities against the reform, which encourages a longer stay in the workforce, police said. Civil servants also walked off the job and journalists will stage a three-hour work stoppage against the pension reform.


AB Bank Deputy Managing Director Mahmudul Alam poses for a photo with front desk officers of the bank at a training programme at its training academy in the capital recently.


Janata Bank CEO and Managing Director Md Abdus Salam Azad poses for a photo with participants of a training course at its staff college in the capital recently. About 30 executives of the bank took part in the training programme.


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