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Cos unwilling to obey BSEC’s latest order

  A file photo shows the front view of Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission building in the capital. Companies are reluctant to comply with the securities rules of mandatory holding of minimum 30 per cent shares by their sponsor-directors jointly due mainly to having limited enforcement tools on the part of the stock market regulator. […]

Surviving in a narrowing space SOURCE: LUSAKATIMES.COM Aasha Mehreen Amin It is hardly a new phenomenon to see how governments, especially in South Asia, claiming to be democratic to suit their convenience, become anything but that when it comes to dissenting views. Curbing press freedom, in particular, will always become the target for governments that […]

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  (From left) United Kingdom’s permanent representative to the United Nations Karen Pierce, permanent representative of the State of Kuwait to the United Nations Mansour Ayyad Al-Otaibi and Peru’s ambassador to the UN and delegation leader Gustavo Adolfo Meza Cuadra Velasqez address a pre-departure press conference at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport on Monday. – Sony […]

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  Bangladesh have moved ahead of the Windies to the eighth position for the first time in the ICC Test rankings. The Windies have lost five points and are now on 67 points to end up in the ninth position while Bangladesh have gained four points to reach 75, eight points clear of the Windies, […]

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Bangladesh faces a massive increase in air pollution during the October to March dry seasons, with February the worst monthMehedi Hasan/Dhaka Tribune Nine out of every 10 people on the planet breathe air that contains high levels of pollutants and kills 7 million people each year. The air quality in Bangladesh has improved, according to […]

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