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Bangladesh approach ‘not to face Sri Lanka like crisis’

In recent times, one of the topics of discussion in regional politics including Bangladesh is the economic and political disaster in Sri Lanka. Since early 2022, this issue has been the subject of extensive discussion in both national and international level.  Bangladesh’s story is different from others The worsening economic crisis that Sri Lanka and […]

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Rupee at risk from dollar gains, Experts predict it could slip to 82 as Dollar strengthens

Rupee tumbles to 78.95 today from 74.51 on January 1, 2022 Continuous FII outflows, rising dollar index, rising interest rates and inflation are major concerns. Sliding the rupee lower is a concern. Analysts predict that the rupee could fall as low as 82 in the coming time. India’s currency, the rupee, has been extremely volatile […]

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Ban on Gold from Russia will Impact the Indian Commodity Markets

London plays a central role in the international Gold Trade. Japan and CME group are other major trading centres for Gold trading. Four G7 powers (UK, US, Japan & Canada) ban on Russian Gold exports will impact the global commodity market, said Mr. Narinder Wadhwa, National President, Commodity Participant Association of India (CPAI). Gold is a […]

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Why are European companies moving out of China?

Confidence is falling in the world’s largest consumer market as European companies are moving apart from their operations in China. A recent survey by European Chamber of Commerce in China states that the supply chain concerns and other disruptions in China due to the tight COVID-19 lockdown measures have pushed around 23 percent of European […]

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China praises Bangladesh for building of 6.15 km long multipurpose Padma Bridge

China’s envoy to Bangladesh has applauded Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s leadership for building Padma bridge with the country’s own finance and described the Awami League-led government’s achievements in Bangladesh during the last decade as “extraordinary. Li Jiming, the Chinese ambassador in Dhaka, has lauded Prime Minister Shekh Hasina’s decision to proceed with the Padma Bridge […]

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Russian Fuel Supply Cuts Worried European Countries

Amidst these chaotic times, Russia has increased pressure on many European economies by reducing the natural gas supplies further, raising fears of a fuel shortfall this winter. European officials describe these Russian fuel supply cuts as an attempt to retaliate against Western countries for backing Ukraine. On Friday, Russia decreased the natural gas deliveries to […]

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UAE bans Wheat export from India: Report

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has announced a four-month ban of wheat and wheat products export and re-export from India, the world’s second largest producer of the grain. UAE’s ministry of economy cited disruptions in global trade flows as the reason for the decision. “The ban applies to all wheat varieties namely hard, ordinary and […]

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Fuel prices to remain high till 2023, says report

A report published by Wood Mackenzie states that consumers can expect fuel prices to stay high until next year due to disruptions in Russian oil supplies and refineries struggling to satisfy demand after the pandemic. It also says that the pressure could ease in the second half of 2023, when many new major refineries, particularly […]

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How does Bangladesh set a shining example of communal peace and harmony in South Asia?

Bangladesh is made up of 160 million people who are multi-religious, multi-ethnic, and multi-lingual. The Constitution of Bangladesh guarantees all citizens the freedom to freely and peacefully practice their chosen religions. Religious minorities make up roughly 12% of Bangladesh’s present population, according to conservative estimates. Hindus account for 10% of the population, Buddhists for 1%, […]

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Ukraine-Russia War: Here’s How Elon Musk’s Starlink Technology Is Helping Ukraine Fight Russia

Starlink is crucial in defending Ukraine from Russia, according to a US official and Ukrainian military members. A USA Brigadier General said that SpaceX’s services have been indispensable to the Ukrainian military. He has worked closely with SpaceX and the US Army Futures Command to develop tactics for use in a future war with Russia. […]

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