Police not able to find Mamunul
Coronavirus kills 94 people in a day, death toll crosses 10,000
780 beds at ICU level for critically ill patients
Second wave of corona has increased the rate of infections and deaths among minors
Former Law Minister Abdul Matin Khasru laid to rest
Dhaka, April 15: Due to the IT disaster in Bangladesh Bank, money transaction through Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) has been stopped. At the same time, interbank check transactions in the financial sector of the banking sector are also closed. Ordinary people and traders have suffered due to this.
Dhaka, April 14: A letter has been sent to the Governor of Bangladesh Bank from the Cabinet Division instructing to ensure banking services for special needs within eight days of strict restrictions. According to the directive sent on Tuesday (April 13), the bank will remain open to conduct banking activities for special needs.
Dhaka, April 13: The government has directed to ensure special needs banking services during the eight-day lockdown from Wednesday (April 14) to April 21.
Dhaka, April 13: Boishakh is around the corner. However, there is no gathering of buyers in the markets of the capital. The sellers do not have a smile on their face as they cannot sell Baishakhi products. The lockdown has affected the Baishakhi shopping this time as the coronavirus infection has increased.
Dhaka, April 13: The Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC), the regulator of the capital market, has decided to stop trading in the stock market as well.
Dhaka, April 13: All banks will be closed from April 14 to April 21 due to strict restrictions imposed by the government to control the coronavirus infection. During the restriction, bank branches as well as all branches of financial services, booth banking and agent banking services will be closed. However, all online services including ATM and internet banking will remain open. A circular in this regard has been issued by the Department of Site Supervision of Bangladesh Bank on Monday (April 12).
Dhaka, April 13: According to a new report by the World Bank, the return of exports, strong domestic remittance inflows and ongoing vaccination programs are showing new signs of recovery in Bangladesh's economy.
Dhaka, April 12: The government has announced a strict lockdown from Wednesday, April 14, to prevent coronavirus infection. However, factories, including the garment sector, will continue to operate at this time.
Dhaka, April 11, 2021: 'Lockdown' has been going on across the country since April 5. Lockdown is said to be more stringent to reduce the alarming rise in corona infections. But there are doubts about the implementation of the lockdown.
Dhaka, April 9: The shopping mall has opened today after public transport. According to the new decision of the government, shops and shopping malls will be open every day from 9 am to 5 pm. However, everyone has to trade according to the hygiene rules.
Dhaka, April 8: Shopping malls and shops will be open from 9am to 5pm from tomorrow, Friday (April 9), subject to strict health regulations. A letter with this directive was sent to the secretaries / senior secretaries of all the ministries from the cabinet department on Thursday (April 8). The directive states that this decision will be effective till April 13.
Dhaka, April 7: Bangladesh's GDP growth in 2021 could be five percent. Next year (in 2022) the country's GDP growth may be 7.5 percent. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has given such a forecast.
Dhaka, April 7: The government has imposed a conditional ban on all activities and movement from Monday (April 5) till April 11 due to increased coronavirus infection. This has led to suffering for work-oriented people. To alleviate this, the government has allowed public transport to operate in all city corporation areas of the country, including Dhaka, from Wednesday (April 7).
Dhaka, April 7: With sustainable economic growth and a fast-growing market, Bangladesh is now a lucrative destination for US traders and investors. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina made the remarks in a video message at the opening ceremony of the Bangladesh-US Business Council on Tuesday (April 6).
Dhaka, April 2: Expatriates continue to send remittances amid the coronavirus pandemic. In the outgoing March, they sent USD 1.91 billion in remittances, which is 35.10 percent more than the same month of the previous year.