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The Financial Express

Bangladesh has a moderate summer but its luck may run out in future

A slow but sure change in the pattern of seasonal cycle is taking place in this part of the world. Climatologists have sounded alarm bell ringing about the rising temperature, only more so for countries in the South Asian region....

Strengthening investment facilitation measures

Investment promotion is effective only in a congenial investment environment....

Crisis presents opportunity in the FY23 budget

For the rising Bangladesh economy, these are the best of...

Public transports remain ignored while cities becoming more stressful

The number of private vehicles on the roads is increasing...

Bangladesh- South Korea relations: collaboration for peace and prosperity

We have celebrated the 50thanniversary of the recognition of the...

Commuters pin hopes on metro rail

Nobody knows when the disorderly public transports in Dhaka will...

Foreign tours that raise eyebrows

A section of government officials, particularly those in the upper...

Low revenue-GDP ratio hurting economy

In a recent article at an English Daily, renowned economist...

Choice for austerity or growth 

People can cut the costs of living only by reducing...

Emotional, yet superb account of 1857 mutiny 

It happened 165 years ago, in May. Some Bengali soldiers of the British-Indian army in Meerut refused to use the new breech-loading Enfield rifle. The cartridge of the rifle was greased with pork and beef fat and had to be bitten off to prepare it for firing. Being Muslims and...