Bulging unused project aid    

The Power Division has, reportedly, suggested reduction in the volume of foreign development assistance earmarked in this year's original annual development programme (ADP) for its failure to utilise the same sufficiently. Surprise, surprise! The Power Division has recently written to...

Menu for 2019: Grassroots grumblings

For the eighth time in the 19 completed years of...

The fundamentals of e-business

The internet is so dynamic that its features change every...

Innovation economy: Conversion of knowledge into economic outputs  

Upon reaching middle-income status by adding labour and raw materials...

'There's a lot more climate finance available than people think'

While growth in the green economy looks promising, government regulation...

A trade fair of sorts

The Dhaka International Trade Fair was launched to showcase Bangladeshi...

Gloom ahead of world economic storm

In light of the uncertainty caused by the US-China trade...

Redesigning trade policy as LDC graduation approaches

The new commerce minister has assumed office with a lot...

Stabilising rice market

As the rice price still remains high, the poor people...

The case for residential universities and JU

The 48th founding anniversary of Jahangirnagar University, the country's only fully residential public university, was a great occasion for jubilation and festivity to both the present and former students. The auspicious day was last January 12. The celebrations comprised participants that included the teachers and officials. A number of the...

Slow moving rickshaws choking traffic  

SLOW-MOVING and manually driven rickshaws are a cause for traffic...