Defective procedures led to worker unrest, says CPD

The Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) has identified defective procedures in the implementation of the wage structure as the main cause of the recent unrest in the garment sector.

Dhaka Stock Exchange members investing funds on stocks

The Dhaka Stock Exchange members who received their portions in the DSE’s strategic share sales proceeds have been investing their funds at the stock market that resulted in a

French Oscar-winning composer Michel Legrand dies

Prolific French composer Michel Legrand, who won three Oscars during a career spanning more than half a century, has died aged 86, his spokesman said Saturday. Legrand first won

Goldman warns as British MPs examine life after Brexit for banks

British lawmakers launched an inquiry on Friday to plot the best way forward for finance after Brexit as Goldman Sachs warned it could cut jobs if the United Kingdom crashes out

Harping on the right string, but the wrong way

THE primary and mass education ministry, too, made the headlines in January 15–16, as other ministries did around the same time, after the cabinet of the new government had been

Holder double-century Holder put Windies in control

A magnificent unbeaten double-century by captain Jason Holder and a calm, supporting century from Shane Dowrich put the West Indies in total control after three days of the first

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