- June 19, 2017
The World Bank tarnished Bangladesh’s image by fabricating the allegation of Padma Bridge corruption, Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed has said.
Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) urged the government to withdraw 20% source tax on remittance of foreign sales agents and technical know-how or royalty payments.
Chittagong Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) has sought the Shipping Minister’s intervention to immediately call off the ongoing strike of the lighter vessel workers.
Seventeen people have been named recipients of the Ekushey Padak 2017 awards in recognition of their outstanding contribution in their respective fields.
Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed on Sunday said the government will sign Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Sri Lanka to boost bilateral trade and commerce.
If Denzel Washington’s Fences gives you the impression that you’re watching a play, you’re not entirely mistaken.
The UNO of Manikganj, Mohammad Sahadat Khandakar, conducted a drive in Manikganj on Sunday and in a controversial move, torched two dredgers which were being used to illegally lift sand from the Dhaleshwari River.
Lady Gaga’s former fiancé, Taylor Kinney was spotted cheering her at the super bowl, and a lot of her fans started assuming that Gaga would reunite with her former partner.
Apparently, Sridevi is extremely protective of her two daughters Jhanvi and Khushi.
The first ever president of the ‘Ovinoy Shilpi Songho,’ Shahidul Alam Sachchu wants to make a qualitative change in the industry.
To celebrate the Valentine’s Day with its audience, GTV, a private TV channel, has announced a day-long schedule of special programs, which will not be interjected with the conventional commercial breaks.
Senior reporter of Daily Observer Mamunur Rashid was severely injured in a “suspicious” hit-and-run accident in Dhaka‘s Kawran Bazar Sunday.
Twitter users who self-identify as white nationalists and Neo-Nazis have grown 600% since 2012, according to George Washington University’s new study
‘We are very hopeful that we will get those seven wickets in the next couple of sessions,’ said India batsman Pujara
A woman has been arrested in Dhaka over forging the prime minister’s signature in order to enroll another at a university.
Interestingly, Mushfiq has scored his five centuries in as many different countries
Sporsho has created a platform for visually impaired people to learn more about art, culture and literature through Braille books.
Frank-Walter Steinmeier, the former foreign minister criticised those who ‘make politics with fear… like Donald Trump’
Jamaican sprinter Nesta Carter, who returned to competition on Saturday as he battles a doping charge, has his eye on the athletics World Championships in London in August