Women in agriculture: The issue of land ownership

Until recently women in Bangladesh hardly participated in agricultural activities...

Economic zones and political bones

By May 2016, three countries had signed up to open...

Governance at the grassroots

“There's much more we can be doing in parliament; we...

In education, quality needed not quantity

The entire foundation of the education system right from primary...

Soil status in Bangladesh

Funded by the Department for International Development (DFID) of the...

Less is more

There's little new about the fact that revenue earnings rarely...

Much ado about growth forecasts

The statistical arm of the government, Bureau of Statistics (BBS),...

The other disincentives

The Bangladesh Bank (BB) on April 27 last softened its...

Rationalising the Protection Regime

In 21st century Bangladesh citizens can really be proud of...

Stimulating pvt investment to boost growth momentum

The weakness in financial sector and infrastructure deficit are the...

The finer side to wastage

London's Jermyn Street is as unostentatious as any other, at...

Market-based pricing policy is preferable

The owners of compressed natural gas (CNG) filling stations have,...

The in-between factor

As it attempts to balance the budget, it would appear...

The distant prerequisites

The Financial Express in the first week of the current...

Cricket unplugged

For all the magnificence of music, unplugged versions never ever...

The changing political landscape in Myanmar

The world has carefully been watching the gradual evolution of...

Can the growth rate be sustained?

After posting a year-on-year growth rate around 6.5 per cent...

Land quality and access to technologies

Not all land is of the same quality. Land at...

What surveys won\'t tell you

It may have taken a while to comprehend Mark Twain’s...

US presidential election- 2016: The Donald factor

This leap year, 2016, like other leap years, is unravelling...

Assad: Look at me! I saved Christian relics and ancient Palmyra, too!

When I went into Old Homs just days after Bashar...

Outwitting dirty players in stocks

Investors, by and large, want a burgeoning stock market, but...

Towards co-management of forests

There is a proverbial story that once a woodcutter went...