Leaders of HWF freed from captivity  

The two leaders of the Hill Women's Federation (HWF), abducted by an unidentified armed group about a month ago, have been freed from their captivity. Manti Chakma, general secretary of the HWF central committee and Doya Sona Chakma, general secretary...

Implication of declining export-GDP ratio

Exports of both goods and services have been increasing gradually...

Navigating the labyrinths of the 'deals world'

For many economists, Bangladesh case is a paradox since such...

Deliberate cheque dishonour — misdemeanour or serious crime?

At present, even a business organisation cannot operate its daily...

CSR for alleviating poverty, reducing inequality

It is argued that economic inequality has been a defining...

Regulatory predictability is a priority

Regulatory unpredictability is interpreted in different ways. Some may express...

The slaughterhouse called Syria

Threatened by the pain of war and the agony of...

Rajib gone, not his severed hand   

The uproar sparked by a severed hand of Rajib Hossaain...

Viktor Orban re-elected — a victory for illiberal democracy in Europe

Viktor Orban, Hungary's Prime Minister  and his party  Civic Alliance...

Air cargo and Bangladesh's export trade

After a two-year suspension of direct Dhaka-London air cargo flights, the UK government has lifted the ban on airfreight, following strenuous efforts made by the Bangladesh authorities to improve standards of aviation security at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (HSIA). The cargo industry makes a significant contribution to the export-import community...

Leveraging low carbon economy

Modern industrial economy started its...

Was it only a familiarisation trip?

New Indian Foreign Secretary (FS)...

Problems getting compounded in financial sector

The decisions of the government...

Unfolding China's smartphone re-innovation strategy  

Contrary to the idiomatic metaphor...

Slow moving rickshaws choking traffic  

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