Thursday, 29 July 2021
ECNEC nods 10 projects worth Tk 26b including creating jobs for returnees
The Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) Wednesday approved a project of over Tk 4.27 billion to create employments for the expatriate workers who have returned home from ...
22 hours ago
Interview: Tasneem Siddiqui
‘It is not impossible to recover the dues of the returned migrants’
After drugs and arms smuggling, human trafficking is the third largest underground business. Its network is worldwide
25 Jul 2021, 16:55
Over Tk 107b remittance income in 15 days of July
Remittance through legal channels has increased due to the benefit of two per cent cash incentive on remittance, additional one per cent cash incentive by some commercial banks and easy banking ...
21 Jul 2021, 15:55
Make vaccination for migrant workers hassle-free
Migrant workers joining work without being vaccination will be in placed in mandatory quarantine and will have to bear financial loss too
16 Jul 2021, 18:45
Woman returned from Mauritius files trafficking case against recruiting agency
The woman was sent back to Bangladesh with the condition of not filing any complaint against them. But before that in November they recruited her father in her place
11 Jul 2021, 10:08
Countrywide vaccination with Sinopharm starts Thursday
The administering of the Covid-19 vaccine with Sinopharm jabs will begin across the country on Thursday
30 Jun 2021, 17:03
Brac, Bangla Trac sign MoU to promote “Ami Probashi” app
Brac will work to promote “Ami Probashi” app recently developed to digitally facilitate the process of migration for those aspiring to go abroad for work
30 Jun 2021, 12:01
Bangladeshi Lyft driver killed in NYC crash
A Bangladeshi-American Lyft driver died after a ‘drunken driver’ struck his vehicle in Queens, New York City on Sunday
15 Jun 2021, 17:12
Interview: Anu Muhammad
'The government wants ignorant, unquestioning, loyal citizens'
Economist Anu Mohammad sees nothing in the budget for the new poor, nothing for the development of the health sector or the education sector. It will just widen the gap between the rich and poor and ...
13 Jun 2021, 18:26
Dhaka requests Saudi to waive mandatory quarantine for Bangladeshi workers
Bangladesh has requested the Saudi government to waive seven-day institutional quarantine for the Bangladeshi workers in the Kingdom as Dhaka will ensure quarantine here prior to their departure
13 Jun 2021, 08:57