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Stimulus packages to save people, economy: PM Hasina

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina has said she had declared the stimulus packages of around Taka one lakh crore, which is 3.3 per cent of the GDP, for all the people ranging from the farmers, day ...

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina addresses the nation on 13 April 2020

COVID-19: Policymakers need to face reality of resource-limited settings

In India, where the government has asked 1.3 billion people to stay home for three weeks, literally millions have been left stranded, homeless, without work, and potentially going hungry. Activists ...

COVID-19: Policymakers need to face reality of resource-limited settings

E-governance to put an end to bureaucratic tangles

No one knows who first started the practice of binding government documents with red tape during the colonial era. It could have been red, white or blue - any colour. Here this red tape got ...

E-governance to put an end to bureaucratic tangles

Virus keeps US central bank policymakers on alert

The Federal Reserve is widely expected to leave its key interest rate unchanged on Wednesday, but the deadly SARS-like virus spreading in China adds a new element to keep policymakers on alert.The US ...

Virus keeps US central bank policymakers on alert

'Climate at mercy of politics in 2020'

2020 is the most crucial year yet for humanity's plan to dodge the bullet of catastrophic global warming, experts said Saturday, warning that the narrow path to safety was riddled with pitfalls, from ...

'Climate at mercy of politics in 2020'

Africa still seeks right model for growth

As 1960 dawned, sub-Saharan Africa braced for historic change: that year, 17 of its countries were destined to gain independence from European colonial powers.But six decades on, the continent is ...

Africa still seeks right model for growth

Govt mulls policy to reduce air pollution around capital

The government is formulating a policy to reduce and prevent air pollution around capital Dhaka as it always remains on top of the global air quality index.This was disclosed at the second meeting of ...

Govt mulls policy to reduce air pollution around capital

Tension prevails in West Bengal amid anti-citizenship law protests

Tension prevailed in West Bengal on Saturday, a day after protesters against the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) blocked roads and vandalised railway stations, leading to disruptions in vehicular ...

Tension prevails in West Bengal amid anti-citizenship law protests

US opposition pushes 'world trade's supreme court' to brink of collapse

The World Trade Organization's capacity to settle international disputes, a core function throughout the body's 25-year history, is on the brink of collapse following relentless US opposition.The ...

US opposition pushes 'world trade's supreme court' to brink of collapse

In the aftermath of cyclone Bulbul

The number of deaths in cyclone Bulbul stood at 13 as per Monday evening. The total fallout of the storm could not been assessed yet, but it's certain that a huge number of people have been affected. ...

In the aftermath of cyclone Bulbul
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