Dance galore at Shadhona

August 31, 2014

Dance galore at Shadhona=Shadhona, a cultural organisation, has been working tirelessly for the last decade to promote and develop the dance scene in Bangladesh, both in the urban and the indigenous arenas. Last week’s busy schedule of Shadhona was just a continuation of their noble mission.
The week started with Bharatanatyam and Kathak workshops, which were run by Kolkata-based maestros Rajdeep Banerjee and Ashimbandhu Bhattacharjee respectively Read more

MSC clinch women’s cricket title

August 31, 2014

Mohammedan Sporting Club clinched the title of the Metropolitan Women’s Cricket League for the fourth time in a row when they edged arch-rivals Abahani Ltd by 77 runs at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on Saturday. Rumana Ahmed scored a century to steer Mohammedan to 204-7 in their stipulated 40 overs before three wickets each by Salma Khatun and Eti Mondal helped Read more

Runners-up Jamal eye super league

August 31, 2014

An Overview Of Dpl Teams (2)
Runners-up Jamal eye super league
Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club are perhaps the worst-affected side in the just-concluded inter-club players’ transfer, yet the runners-up team in the last season formed a squad that is capable of giving a fight against any opponents. Jamal were unable to flex their financial muscle like the previous seasons and lost the services of senior campaigners Mushfiqur Rahim, Jahirul Islam, Read more

Bangladesh 60-3 v St Kitts

August 31, 2014

Bangladesh made a stumbling start after winning the toss on the opening day of the three-day warm-up match against St Kitts & Nevis at the Warner Park in Basseterre on Saturday.
The visitors were 60-3 when his report was filed with Mahmudullah and Imrul Kayes at the crease.
Shamshur Rahman, Tamim Iqbal and Mominul Haque Read more

BFF casts a blind eye on Sylhet friendly

August 31, 2014

The huge crowd gathering in Sylhet to watch Bangladesh Under-23 team’s friendly against Nepal may have provided football organisers an eye opener on Friday, but ironically the top officials of the Bangladesh Football Federation missed the scene. More than 40,000 fans scrambled at the Sylhet district stadium and nearly made a mess when they took their seat near the touchline Read more

BB asks Prime Bank to refund 2,500 jobseekers by Sept 30

August 31, 2014

Embezzlement Of Tk 30cr
BB asks Prime Bank to refund 2,500 jobseekers by Sept 30
Bangladesh Bank has again asked Prime Bank to refund the undertaking money its mobile banking service solution provider SMG Infocom Ltd collected from 2,500 jobseekers by September 30 this year as ‘the bank cannot avoid the responsibility for the fraudulent act’.
On August 27, the BB issued a letter to the managing Read more

BTRC allows utility bill payment thru int’l mobile recharge

August 31, 2014

The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission has allowed paying utility bills from abroad through mobile balance recharge, said a BTRC directive.
The telecom regulator last week issued a fresh no objection certificate in favour of the international payment and recharge service operators where it said service Read more

2 more RMG units partially closed

August 31, 2014

Alliance Insepction
2 more RMG units partially closed
The government-set review committee on Saturday asked the authorities of two garment factories — Benhid Apparels and Love Craft Garments — to close parts of their factories as inspection teams of North American retailers’ group found the factory buildings unsafe.
The factories are located in the Dhaka city. Read more

NBR officials asked to expedite move to impose fees on foreign TV channels

August 31, 2014

The National Board of Revenue has asked its officials to speed up the process of imposition of fees on foreign satellite channels as charge for entering Bangladesh.
Expressing dissatisfaction over delay in taking steps in this regard, NBR chairman Ghulam Hussain has recently instructed income tax and value-added tax officials to Read more

BTRC to revise VSP rules

August 31, 2014

The telecom regulator is revising the rules and market condition of the VoIP Service Providers (VSPs) as around half of them are out of business, said officials.
Officials of Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission said as the government issued huge number of licenses without considering the market Read more

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