- December 12, 2017
The first Vice-President of the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) Shafiul Islam Mohiuddin, speaks to the Dhaka Tribune’s Ibrahim Hossain Ovi in an exclusive interview about his candidacy of being president of the organisation and what he hopes to achieve if he gets the position.
Police are investigating the death, but no arrests have been made so far.
The issue came under the spotlight following the recent ‘questionable role’ of the Federation of Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI)
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The agencies concerned will present budget to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in next few days
The three-way talks were held on the sidelines of the Asian Development Bank’s annual meeting in Yokohama, southwest of Tokyo
The move authorises the Reserve Bank of India to order banks to take specific measures to deal with bad debts under the provisions of the existing bankruptcy laws
‘Jica employees are now returning to Bangladesh and working in various projects, but only the men’
both the families are planning a grandiose reception in Kolkata
‘TARA will empower women with extra privileges, better savings plans and easy lending processes’
The drama is expected to be aired in 2019 or early 2020
Wintour was honoured with the equivalent of a knighthood by Queen Elizabeth II
Nadir Khan and Riaz have been elected as vice-presidents
The trailer with the replicated shots and styles looks as entertaining as the original one
This is not the first time Kanye has gone on hiatus from social media. In October 2012, he deleted all but one tweet, just leaving the message – “BE BACK SOON.”
Locals captured Imam Ali shortly after the attack and handed him over to police
Our education system has been plagued with problems, and they go beyond the SSC examination marking system
The BSF officials made the apology during a company commander-level flag meeting with the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) on Sarurday morning.
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