• Centralised Decision-Making: Bank services slow down

    Faruk Hussain was waiting for about an hour at the branch office of a private bank in the capital's Karwan Bazar to encash his boss' savings scheme.

  • Nat'l handball gets underway

    Exim Bank 26th National Men's Handball Championship got underway yesterday at the Shaheed Mansur Ali National Stadium in Paltan with 33 teams participating.

  • Ind threaten to cancel Eng Test in funds row

    India's cricket board threatened Tuesday to cancel the first Test against England, less than 24 hours before it was due to begin, unless judges end a freeze on its bank accounts.

  • Nasir propels Prime DSC

    In the rain-curtailed match at Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan No. 3 ground at Savar, Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club posts 191 for 7 in 28 overs against Abahani Limited today.

  • Mohammedan win again

    Mohammedan SC record their second victory in the Green Delta Insurance Premier Division Hockey League with a 3-1 win over Sonali Bank.

  • Siddikur needs a good show in Mauritius

    Bangladesh's ace golfer Siddikur Rahman will be hoping for a good outing in the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open beginning in Mauritius today as a place in the Olympics looks slipping away.

  • BB heist: Slim chance to get back more money, says Muhith

    Finance Minister AMA Muhith says there is hardly any chance to get back more money from the US$100 million hacked from the Bangladesh Bank's account with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

  • Billionaire by mistake

    An auto-rickshaw driver became a billionaire but only for a few hours. Before he could be aware of it, the bank that issued a deposit order fixed the mistake.

  • Bank robbery foiled in Bhola, guard injured

    A security guard is stabbed by robbers as he attempts to resist a robbery bid at a branch of Krishi Bank in Charfashion upazila of Bhola.

  • Australia’s bank apps infected with malware

    Australia’s largest banks have been the target of a very sophisticated Android attack stealing banking details which by-pass the two step verification process through SMS affecting millions of customers, reports the Sydney Morning Herald.

  • 'No bar to hijab while using ATM booths'

    There is no bar to wearing hijab while using ATM booths, Bangladesh Bank clarified the matter in a statement on Thursday.

  • Banks' capital base strengthens

    Banks' overall capital base went up 6.58 percent in the third quarter of 2015 from three months earlier as the asset quality of private

  • Offices resume after Eid holiday

    All government, semi-government and private offices including banks and financial institutions resume after a three-day Eid holiday.

  • BASIC Bank scam: ACC files 18 cases

    Anti-Corruption Commission files a total of 18 cases with three police stations in Dhaka in connection with alleged irregularities and corruption at BASIC Bank.

  • China cuts rates to boost economy

    China has cut its main interest rate to boost growth in its economy.

  • Let's take nation to 'new heights: Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi announces a new campaign 'Start-up India, Stand up India' to promote bank financing for start-ups as he focussed his Independence Day address on promotion of entrepreneurship, farmers welfare and tackling corruption and communalism.

  • Nilkhet Market: A realm of necessary books (video)

    Nilkhet Book Market, consisting of nearly 400 book stalls, is a trustworthy friend for the bookworms, searching for any kinds of book.

  • Banks to stay open Jul 15 to clear RMG wages

    Scheduled banks at RMG areas in Dhaka, Narayanganj, Ashulia, Tongi, Savar and Chittagong will stay open for payments of wages.