Daily Archives: December 11, 2017


Bank account now with only Tk 2; Daak Taka launched

Bank account now with only Tk 2; Daak Taka launched

(UNB) – Prime Minister’s ICT Adviser Sajeeb Wazed Joy on Monday launched a new mobile banking service named ‘Daak Taka’, saying the service will allow the country’s people to open their bank accounts atTk 2 only. The launching ceremony was held at Telecommunication Ministry at the secretariat. Joy, who is also the son of Prime


SC full court meeting tomorrow

(BSS) – A full court meeting of the judges of the High Court Division of Supreme Court has been convened tomorrow. A High Court Division notice signed by Deputy Registrar (administration and judicial) Mohammad Aktaruzzaman Bhuiyan said the meeting will be held at Supreme Court Judges Lounge at 4 pm on Tuesday. The notice has


BCB takes time to appoint new coach

Sports Desk Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) President Nazmul Hassan Papon said that they have unanimously decided to wait for some more days to take the final decision on the appointment of their head coach for the national team in the aspect of getting some new candidates. Last two days some more coaches from different countries


Britain’s ‘fudge’ on Brexit

The Northern Ireland “Troubles” really a low-grade civil war lasted 30 years. During that period, more than 3,600 people died from car bombs, street violence or skirmishes between Catholic paramilitaries who wanted to join the Irish Republic and Protestant Unionist paramilitaries who wanted to stay in the United Kingdom. The problem seemed intractable precisely because


BD seeks $1b export earnings from India

Business Desk Business leaders of Bangladesh have called upon the Indian traders to increase the import of goods from Bangladesh equivalent to at least one billion dollars. The call was made at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of India-Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IBCCI) held at its office at Mohakhali in the city with


RMG exports to US drop

Business Desk Bangladesh’s RMG exports to the US markets have dropped in the 10 months into October this year with higher shipments from competing countries such as China, India and Vietnam. The country’s apparel shipment to its single largest export destination declined 4.22 percent year-on-year to $4.54 billion, according to data from the US Department