3091282 - Independence for French workers
— New Eastern Outlook IN A country whose population has been famous for demonstrating at the drop of a hat, ever since Parisians assaulted the Bastille in 1789, the Yellow Vest movement launched in October 2018 has brought the population to the brink of total breakdown.
3091272 - BTRC scraps 30 ISP licences
“Too many licences were given without proper evaluation and it saturated the market. Now a large number of ISPs are unwilling to renew their licences,”
3091270 - NPLs down by Tk21,957cr in 3 months
Bigstock Relaxed rescheduling policy, one off exit scheme start paying off Banks’ non-performing loans (NPLs) declined by Tk21,957.31 crore in three months till December last year thanks to relaxed rescheduling policy of Bangladesh Bank that brought down the sour loan to 9.
3091266 - Proceeding with caution
Photo: DHAKA TRIBUNE We cannot, at this juncture, afford to underestimate the value of vocational training F or too long, illegally constructed buildings -- either by violating the building code, twisting the original designs, or built without prior approval -- have been a thorn in the side of our overall economy.
3091264 - Bangladesh government must keep unfit vehicles off the road
THE High Court directive that has asked the government to form task forces, composed of executive magistrates and Road Transport Authority and police representatives, headed by deputy commissioners, in all districts to monitor and keep unregistered, unfit vehicles off the roads is welcome.
3091262 - Doctor Who Returns to Chilling Form, With Help From a Ghost of Futures Past
The past few episodes of Doctor Who had slowly begun to unravel a lingering problem with this latest iteration of the show: too many people at the TARDIS console, leading to narrative setups that take too long to get going, or leave some of our heroes behind to really get there. Ahead of its season finale however, the show managed to find a way to have this large crew really work.