The Inter Service Public Relations Directorate (ISPR) today requested all for not publishing news and photos on the basis of false, misleading and hypothetical information about the members of armed forces deployed across the country to combat coronavirus COVID-19 spreading.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Bangladesh (ICAB) has organized a six month long training program on the Certificate Course on “Information System Audit” (IS Audit) held from Saturday, 7th January, 2017 at ICPE training room.
A total number of 45 participants from various national, multinational companies and other organizations are participating in the training. ICAB President Adeeb Hossain Khan FCA has inaugurated the training program.
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Dhaka University has won the Grand Finale of the Sweden-Bangladesh Nobel Memorial Quiz 2016 held today in Dhaka. Triumphing over three competing teams in the final, Team Pratishwik, comprising of Shamim Sohani Rimon, Wahik Kaiser, and Munzer Talukdar, have won a one-week fully paid trip to Sweden, and will receive the opportunity to visit famous Swedish companies and sight-seeing points in Sweden. The quiz focused on Alfred Nobel, the Nobel Prize, Nobel Laureates, and Sweden as a country.
The ‘2nd Managers’ Conference-2016’ participated by all Managers of Rangpur Region was held recently to motivate them to increase Bank’s business by rendering better services. Md. Abdul Halim Chowdhury, Managing Director of Pubali Bank Ltd (PBL) graced the conference as Chief Guest. Mohammad Ali, Deputy Managing Director and Chief Technical Officer of the bank was present as Special Guest. DGM and RM of Rangpur region Hari Bhushan Deb presided over the conference. DGM of IT Division Ashim Kumar Roy was also present.
In his speech Chief Guest Md. Abdul Halim Chowdhury emphasized on expansion of foreign remittance business through better customer & modern banking service. He also advised all to work hard, look for new business avenues and adopt diversification and to tak...
Bangladesh’s highly productive leather sector, under growing international scrutiny for destructive environmental practices, now seems poised for new growth as a major environmental upgrade nears completion. For decades, pollution from Dhaka’s tanneries has poured into the Buriganga River, wiping out aquatic life and forcing the city to rely heavily on groundwater for washing and drinking. But a new industrial campus and a central effluent treatment plant (CETP) on the outskirts of the city are promising an environmental turnaround that has quieted international criticism and sparked new economic optimism.
The government plans to make a law to introduce a mandatory pension scheme in the private sector.
The law will be enacted for a comprehensive pension system for the elderly people in the private sector like that in the public sector, reports the Daily Star.
A proposal to this end will be tabled at the cabinet meeting on Monday, a highly placed source told The Daily Star.
However, the scheme may not see the light of day soon as the law and related regulations will take one to two years to be passed.
It will be a three-tier pension program...