• Headline

    Govt to make first-ever gold policy

    Onlinedesk | Monday, 21 May 2018 | read 284 times

    The government is going to introduce a gold policy for the first time to make import and export of the precious metal easy, and ensure transparency and accountability in its trade inside the country. The commerce ministry has already sent the draft policy to the Cabinet Division for final approval. The existing rules allow import of gold, subject to permission from Bangladesh Bank. But in reality, gold has never been imported through ...details

    The government is going to introduce a gold policy for the first time to make import and export of the precious metal easy, and ensure transparency and accountability in its trade inside the country. The commerce ministry has already sent the draft policy to the Cabinet Division for final approval. The existing ...details

    The government is going to introduce a gold policy for the first time to make import and export of the ...details

    PR in Australia with Family

    | Tuesday, 03 April 2018 | read 565 times

    Australia is definitely one of the best countries to live in. The country offers excellent salary structure, safe working environment, job security, favourable labour and insurance law, social benefits and opportunity of getting permanent residency (PR) with family. For all these reasons Australia has always been the first choice to the people wanting to migrate. Australian business industry is now facing shortage of skilled workers. The country is recruiting employees from ...details

    Australia is definitely one of the best countries to live in. The country offers excellent salary structure, safe working environment, job security, favourable labour and insurance law, social benefits and opportunity of getting permanent residency (PR) with family. For all these reasons Australia has always been the first choice to ...details

    Australia is definitely one of the best countries to live in. The country offers excellent salary structure, safe working environment, ...details

    Bribe-taking N’ganj sub-registrar suspended

    online desk | Sunday, 25 March 2018 | read 301 times

    A government official in Narayanganj was suspended today after a video clip of him taking bribe from people in his office went viral in social media. Esahaq Ali Mondal, acting sub-registrar in Narayanganj's Araihazar, was suspended as he was seen in the video taking bribes while on duty, which is illegal and a clear violation of the norm, according to a notification of the government’s Registry Department. The authorities also issued a ...details

    A government official in Narayanganj was suspended today after a video clip of him taking bribe from people in his office went viral in social media. Esahaq Ali Mondal, acting sub-registrar in Narayanganj's Araihazar, was suspended as he was seen in the video taking bribes while on duty, which is illegal ...details

    A government official in Narayanganj was suspended today after a video clip of him taking bribe from people in his ...details

    ‘Culture of default loans will destroy banking sector’

    online desk | Monday, 05 March 2018 | read 230 times

    'In India, wilful defaulters are named publicly in a list, but no such effort is seen in Bangladesh' A culture of default loans in Bangladesh’s banking sector has concentrated people’s entrusted money into the hands of a few bad people, putting the entire sector in risk, speakers at a regional banking conference have said. Several banks were already in a precarious state and this could bring the banking sector to the brink ...details

    'In India, wilful defaulters are named publicly in a list, but no such effort is seen in Bangladesh' A culture of default loans in Bangladesh’s banking sector has concentrated people’s entrusted money into the hands of a few bad people, putting the entire sector in risk, speakers at a regional banking ...details

    'In India, wilful defaulters are named publicly in a list, but no such effort is seen in Bangladesh' A culture of ...details

    DSE, CSE see upbeat in early trading

    online desk | Wednesday, 28 February 2018 | read 232 times

    The prices of most of the shares on both bourses - Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) and Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) - witnessed upward trend in early hour of trading on Wednesday. After first one hour of trading, the DSE benchmark index, DSEX gained 40.09 points or 0.69 percent to 5,838.52 at 11:53 am. The two other indices at DSE also edged higher till then. The DSE Shariah Index (DSES) went ...details

    The prices of most of the shares on both bourses - Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) and Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) - witnessed upward trend in early hour of trading on Wednesday. After first one hour of trading, the DSE benchmark index, DSEX gained 40.09 points or 0.69 percent to 5,838.52 ...details

    The prices of most of the shares on both bourses - Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) and Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) ...details

    How Indian lender says it fell victim to country’s biggest bank fraud

    online desk | Friday, 16 February 2018 | read 220 times

    India's Punjab National Bank, the second-biggest state-run lender, stunned the country's financial sector when it announced this week it had discovered fraudulent transactions worth $1.77 billion at a single branch in Mumbai. The fraud, by far the biggest ever detected by an Indian bank, comes to light at a time when lenders -- especially the state-run banks -- are hobbled by $147 billion in soured loans on their books, a problem ...details

    India's Punjab National Bank, the second-biggest state-run lender, stunned the country's financial sector when it announced this week it had discovered fraudulent transactions worth $1.77 billion at a single branch in Mumbai. The fraud, by far the biggest ever detected by an Indian bank, comes to light at a time when ...details

    India's Punjab National Bank, the second-biggest state-run lender, stunned the country's financial sector when it announced this week it had ...details

    Pursue trilateral cooperation: Nepalese think-tank to Bangladesh, India

    online desk | Thursday, 08 February 2018 | read 204 times

    A Kathmandu-based think-tank has suggested Bangladesh and India pursue trilateral connectivity projects with Nepal for greater benefits of the region as the BBIN initiative becomes uncertain after Bhutan opted out. “This trilateral cooperation represents a great opportunity to improve relations between Bangladesh, India and Nepal overcoming the low-ebb of bilateral relations,” Sunil KC, CEO of the Asian Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs (AIDIA) told bdnews24.com. He was recently visiting Bangladesh when ...details

    A Kathmandu-based think-tank has suggested Bangladesh and India pursue trilateral connectivity projects with Nepal for greater benefits of the region as the BBIN initiative becomes uncertain after Bhutan opted out. “This trilateral cooperation represents a great opportunity to improve relations between Bangladesh, India and Nepal overcoming the low-ebb of bilateral relations,” ...details

    A Kathmandu-based think-tank has suggested Bangladesh and India pursue trilateral connectivity projects with Nepal for greater benefits of the region ...details

    BB to sue Manila-based RCBC

    online desk | Wednesday, 07 February 2018 | read 199 times

    Bangladesh Bank has decided to sue the Manila-based Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation against its role in stealing $81 million from the BB's account at the New York Fed more than two years ago. “We’ll file a case against RCBC in two to three months,” Abu Hena Mohd Razee Hassan, a deputy governor of the central bank, told reporters at a briefing at the BB headquarters today. Abu Hena also said they have ...details

    Bangladesh Bank has decided to sue the Manila-based Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation against its role in stealing $81 million from the BB's account at the New York Fed more than two years ago. “We’ll file a case against RCBC in two to three months,” Abu Hena Mohd Razee Hassan, a deputy ...details

    Bangladesh Bank has decided to sue the Manila-based Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation against its role in stealing $81 million from ...details

    Asia markets join global stock plunge

    online desk | Tuesday, 06 February 2018 | read 171 times

    Asian markets plunged on Tuesday as investors dumped stocks following heavy falls in the US in anticipation of higher interest rates. Japan's Nikkei 225 index suffered its biggest one-day point drop since 1990, before recovering. It comes after the Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered its worst drop in more than six years on Monday. A strengthening global economy and healthy corporate earnings had spurred world markets to record highs. But ...details

    Asian markets plunged on Tuesday as investors dumped stocks following heavy falls in the US in anticipation of higher interest rates. Japan's Nikkei 225 index suffered its biggest one-day point drop since 1990, before recovering. It comes after the Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered its worst drop in more than ...details

    Asian markets plunged on Tuesday as investors dumped stocks following heavy falls in the US in anticipation of higher interest ...details

    US jobs engine gathers speed in January as wages rise

    online desk | Saturday, 03 February 2018 | read 211 times

    US job creation accelerated in January, as the labor market continued to absorb workers at a robust pace, unemployment clung to a record low and wages moved higher, the government said in a key report Friday. And with a near 10-year record in wage gains, the report strengthened the case for the Federal Reserve to raise its benchmark interest rate in March, as it is widely expected to do. The ...details

    US job creation accelerated in January, as the labor market continued to absorb workers at a robust pace, unemployment clung to a record low and wages moved higher, the government said in a key report Friday. And with a near 10-year record in wage gains, the report strengthened the case ...details

    US job creation accelerated in January, as the labor market continued to absorb workers at a robust pace, unemployment clung ...details

    Archive

  • ajkierograbani.com in facebbok