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NBR has no plan to extend time for filing returns

The National Board of Revenue (NBR) will keep open its income tax department during the weekends -- Friday and Saturday -- to help tax payers file returns before the deadline expires on October 31. The move has been taken with a view to removing the confusion about any further extension of submission of income tax returns, said a hi . . . . . .     Read Full Story
Small power plant project to go thruí yet another restructuring

The government will restructure its Small Power Plant (SPP) project to bring transparency in the selection process of the sponsors process, reports UNB. According to an informed source, the Power Ministry has already made a move following World Bank (WB) "pressure" for doing it, all over again, to ensure transparency in the selecti . . . . . .     Read Full Story
 
HEADLINE
Small power plant project to go thruí yet another restructuring
The government will restructure its Small Power Plant (SPP) project to bring transparency in the sel
 
NBR has no plan to extend time for filing returns
The National Board of Revenue (NBR) will keep open its income tax department during the weekends --
 
Salvaging the handloom sector from ruins
Handloom industry that does otherwise provide to the millions of the countrymen is now in a deplorab
 
POLITICS & POLICIES
SAARC summit programmes finalised
Tarique Rahman, eldest son of slain President Ziaur Rahman, will receive the first SAARC Award on be
 
Unite to put an end to tyrant, wholesale corrupt govt: Dr Kamal
Lambasting the coalition government for its freestyle and wholesale corruption that put the country
 
We can forgive, but not forget history of 1971, Hasina tells Pak Envoy
Newly-appointed Pakistani High Commissioner Alamgir Babor made a courtesy call on Leader of the Oppo
 
METRO & COUNTRY
Small, cottages industries witness moderate growth in 2004-05 fiscal
Small and cottage industries sector witnessed a moderate growth during the last fiscal as some 18,66
 
Affluent people urged to come forward to serve cause of humanity
Zubaida Rahman, a physician and social worker, urged the affluent section of the society to come for
 
HC stays BB show-causes on UCBL MD, secy for 3 months
The High Court (HC) stayed for three months the show-cause notices issued by the Bangladesh Bank (BB
 
VIEWS & REVIEWS
Fed's Greenspan made himself an economic oracle
ALAN Greenspan became one of the most visible architects of U.S. economic policy in recent history,
 
India's central bank tightens policy, raises growth forecast
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has tightened a key money market interest rate in an effort to head
 
New German government faces euro35 billion budget shortfall, parties say
Germany could have a new chancellor on November 22 -- more than two months after inconclusive parlia
 
EDITORIAL
Coping with the gas crisis
It is apparent that the country is going through a crisis in the supply of gas. The average daily co
 
Globalising South Asia
FOREIGN Minister M Morshed Khan is fully confident that the Summit of the South Asian Association fo
 
Customs and illicit trade
THE provisions of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flor
 
LETTER TO EDITOR
Issues of reconditioned and new cars
A lobby is there who say that substantial reduction of duty on the import of new cars could mean im
 
Healthy habits
MANY people are in the habit of gulping down medicines regularly. The taking of medicine for them
 
BUSINESS/ECONOMY
Feasibility study on to open up Ashuganj River Port for direct entry of Indian cargo vessels
The government is conducting a feasibility study to look into the possibility of opening up the Ashu
 
IBBL adjudged Best Bank of Bangladesh for 2005
Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited (IBBL) has achieved the Best Bank in Bangladesh Award for the year 20
 
SINGER continues to help change fate of unemployed women
SINGER, a multinational company, has been providing training to some 2000 underprivileged women ever
 
COMPANIES & FINANCE
EU trade chief gets green light for new farm offer
BRUSSELS, Oct 26 (Reuters): Europe's trade commissioner yesterday won full support from Brussels to
 
EU cannot be just a free trade area, says Chirac
PARIS, Oct 26 (AFP): France will never allow the European Union to be "reduced to nothing more than
 
European firms seek southern Africa deals
PORT LOUIS, Oct 26 (Reuters): Attracted by low costs and a Europe-friendly time zone, European firms
 
MARKET & COMMODITIES
China says no plan to widen yuan-dollar trading band this year
SHANGHAI, Oct 26 (AFP): China will not widen the yuan trading band against the US dollar this year a
 
Dollar steadies after losses on consumer confidence data
TOKYO, Oct 26 (AFP): The dollar was firmer against other major currencies in Asian trade today after
 
Asia rubber markets ease but tyre makers build stocks
JAKARTA, Oct 26 (Reuters): Asia's rubber markets saw new inquiries from tyre makers but with Tokyo f
 
SPORTS
England cricket team arrive in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, Oct 26 (AFP): England's cricket team finally flew into Pakistan early Wednesday for a 58-
 
BCB jt. secy, media chairman resigns
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) Joint Secretary Reazuddin-Al-Mamun tendered his resignation Wednesday
 
CAB defeat BCB U-17
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) Under-17 lost to Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB), India, Under-17
 
WORLD
Shoot orders given as India's troubled Bihar state votes again
PATNA, (India), Oct 26 (AFP): Paramilitary troops shot dead a man in a scuffle near a voting booth W
 
Israel should be 'wiped off the map': Iranian president
TEHRAN, Oct 26 (AFP): Iran's hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Wednesday openly called for Isra
 
Donors talk while Pakistani quake survivors cry for help
MUZAFFARABAD, (Pakistan), Oct 26: As international donors met in Geneva Wednesday to mull their resp
 
 

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