Former chairperson of ecommerce platform Evaly Shamima Nasrim Wednesday appealed to a board formed by the High Court asking permission to resume operations of the company
A new case has been filed against e-commerce platform Evaly’s chairman Shamima Nasrin and CEO Mohammad Rassel in Chattogram on charge of embezzlement and fraudulence
The chief executive officer (CEO) of Evaly Ltd Mohammad Rassel has been granted bail in nine separate lawsuits filed against him over cheque forgery
Controversial e-commerce platform Evaly’s chairman Shamima Nasrin on Wednesday was released from Kashimpur prison
The High Court on Thursday granted permission to former Evaly CEO Md Rassel and its chairman Shamima Nasrin, also his wife, to transfer half of their shares in the troubled company to three of their ...
The luxury sports utility vehicle (SUV) owned by former Evaly CEO Mohammad Rassel has been sold for Tk 18.15 million (1.815 crore) at an auction in Dhaka
In its observation, the court said that the celebrities need to be more careful before working as a brand ambassador or model of any advertisement as common people follow them
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The High Court (HC) on Monday granted anticipatory bail for eight weeks to actresses Rafiath Rashid Mithila and Shabnam Faria in a case filed over fraud and embezzlement associated with their ...
They even told me three more names, I can’t tell you those. If I do, then I may not even be able to live in Bangladesh, said singer and actor Tahsan
Actor Tahsan Rahman Khan, actresses Rafiath Rashid Mithila and Sabnam Faria might be arrested anytime over a fraudulence case filed by a customer of e-commerce company Evaly.
The committee formed by the High Court (HC) to manage, control and asses the liabilities of controversial e-commerce platform Evaly has sealed off its four warehouses at Savar on Monday
The Bangladesh Financial Intelligence Unit (BFIU), a concern of Bangladesh Bank, has sought account details of 23 online platforms, including Daraz and Priyo Shops.
The authorities have blacklisted 49 e-commerce platforms and legal action will be taken against them as per recommendation of the commerce ministry, an official said on Monday.
The ministry is working to prepare a guideline and checking the information of customers, and the legal procedure is underway in this regard, he told reporters on Monday