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- October 19, 2017
‘Over 11,000 trade visitors are expected to attend the annual event’
Authors, artists and politicians celebrated the late Mahbubul Hoque Shakil, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s special assistant, at his book launch at Bangla Academy on day six of the month-long Amar Ekushey Book Fair 2017.
About half of the shoppers or 49.3% people have high-level of knowledge on e-commerce, reveals a latest survey.
Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) has called upon the National Board of Revenue (NBR) to set the Value Added Tax (VAT) rate at 7% from the proposed 15%, with implementation of the new VAT law from July this year.
Twenty-year-old Aishwary Sanjukta Roy Proma once dreamt of becoming a child rights activist, but a form of blood cancer forced her to put her studies on hold.
Indonesia’s state-owned railway manufacturer PT Industri Kereta Api (Inka) is preparing to produce 240 railway carriages for exports to Bangladesh.
Its the latest move by the tech industry to oppose Trump’s controversial order, which has run into hurdles in the US court system
ABBA Mania is set to pay a tribute to Sweden’s super group on Friday, February 10, at Waterbury’s Palace Theater.
Wearing an iridescent studded bodysuit and bedazzled boots, Gaga began her set somersaulting through the air onto the stage.
Shahid Kapoor has been notoriously mysterious about his love life. Even when he was dating Kareena, he never shared too much. The reason behind their break up is still a mystery!
Jaya Ahsan and Ferdous will be seen together on the big screen as the duo signed up for Mahmud Didar’s upcoming flick Beauty Circus.
Small screen star Kritika Kamra was in a relationship with Karan Kundra – her co-actor from the TV show Kitani Mohabbat Hai for quite some time but they ended it mutually.
The Indian government has scrapped a provision which exempted Hindu refugees in India from Bangladesh from appearing for entrance test to pursue medical education.
Despite the latest reforms proposed by the ICC for a radical shake-up, Bangladesh are comfortably placed in every aspect, said BCB president Nazmul Hasan Monday
The name of a street in Binodpur of Mohammadpur upazila in Magura named after a war criminal called Chand Ali Shikdar has been removed after it was brought to public attention by the Dhaka Tribune and a number of newspapers.
Bangladesh will host an eight-nation 50-over cricket tournament, titled Emerging Cup, in March this year, said BCB president Nazmul Hasan Monday
Foreign Minister Mahmood Ali sang the praises of the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS), as he said that Bangladesh has made significant progress in the tackling of natural and man-made disasters.
Areas of the Gulf country reported 10cm of snow and 80km winds during the weekend’s unprecedented cold snap
Left-arm spinner Sanjamul Islam on Monday registered best bowling figures in the history of the Bangladesh Cricket League when he picked up 9/85 to inspire North Zone to a comprehensive innings and 50-run victory over Central Zone in the third and penultimate day of the ongoing fifth edition
Bangladesh opening batsman Imrul Kayes was ruled out of the lone Test match against host India, starting this Thursday, due to reappearance of injury on his left-thigh