Programmers mindful of framework escape clauses

  Bangladesh BankHackers knew about escape clauses at Bangladesh Bank’s data and innovation segment before endeavoring digital heist. An extraordinary project was intended to sidestep the security framework and firewall of the bank. The project is distinguished as ‘Modern Malware’. Central Bank of New York has said these issues in their interval or essential examination report on the heist of Tk more than 800 crore. The report was submitted on the last working day a week ago. It may take two weeks for conclusive report accommodation. The essential report likewise…

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Suspension of payload to UK incenses BGMEA

Suspension of payload to UK incenses BGMEA

Voicing worry over the suspension of conveying payload on non-stop flights from Dhaka to the UK by the British government, BGMEA pioneers on Thursday asked the legislature to start a quick government-level arrangement to have the limitation loose, reports news organization UNB. President of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) Md Siddiqur Rahman thought of the call at a press instructions at BGMEA Bhaban in the capital, two days after the suspension of conveying load on non-stop flights by the UK government. “The nation’s readymade articles of clothing…

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Some portion of $100m hacked from Bangladesh bank recouped

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Bangladesh’s national bank said Monday that some portion of practically $100 million professedly stolen from a store account in the United States a month ago has been recouped. Suspected Chinese programmers stole the cash from the remote trade account in the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on February 5, as indicated by a national bank authority and media reports. A percentage of the cash was then unlawfully exchanged online to the Philippines and Sri Lanka, the national bank official told AFP on state of secrecy. “Part of the cash…

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London Stock Exchange in merger chats with Deutsche Börse

London Stock Exchange in merger chats with Deutsche Börse

LSE affirms it is in arrangements with German rival about all-offer merger The London Stock Exchange is in converses with converge with Germany’s Deutsche Börse in a £21bn bargain that would seal an organization together initially talked about at the turn of the thousand years. The LSE said on Tuesday it was in nitty gritty examinations with its German rival around an all-offer merger. Under the proposed structure, the parity of possession favors Frankfurt, with Deutsche Börse shareholders owning 54.4% of the consolidated organization and LSE shareholders holding 45.6%. Notwithstanding,…

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NBR wants to raise charge at source

The national leading group of income (NBR) has chosen to broaden the scope of assessment that is deducted at source to raise the administration’s income gaining. Presently, the board gathers charge at source from 58 segments. The NBR has additionally chosen to make five devoted duty zones to administer the expense deducted at hotspot for expanding the income accumulation through legitimate checking. There is no committed assessment zone for managing this technique for gathering charge. Of the aggregate numbers, four will be set up in the capital while the staying…

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Move to supplant family unit channeled gas with LPG

Against the scenery of the nation’s quick declining gas save, the vitality division has started a move to present melted petroleum gas (LPG) inside of the phasing so as to follow a few years out the current funneled common gas for family unit utilization. By Division authorities, the gas save, which now remains at 14 trillion cubic feet (tcf), will begin to decrease from 2017 if no new revelation is made. “The regular gas will totally get depleted by 2031 if no generous store is found”, said a top vitality…

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Hasina in spread campaign against Yunus : Yunus Centre

The Yunus Centre on Tuesday alleged the prime minister, Sheikh Hasina, was carrying out “smear campaign” against Nobel laureate Mohammad Yunus to discredit the latter. The centre came up with the allegation in a press statement issued in protest against a remark the prime minister made on 16 January. In an oblique reference, Sheikh Hasina, while addressing a programme at Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, said a former MD of a bank provoked high officials of the US government to threat the Bangladeshi PM to stop financing of Padma Bridge over his…

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Farmers Bank takes Bangladesh Bank to court

The High Court has stayed for four months a Bangladesh Bank decision to fine the Farmers Bank on charges of irregularities. The HC bench of Justice Tariqul Halim and Justice Bhishmadeb Chakraborty on 11 January issued the order after hearing a writ petition filed by the Farmers Bank, challenging the central bank decision. In the same day, the Farmers Bank’s lawyer Anupam Biswas informedBangladesh Bank about the court decision through a letter, said authorities of the Farmers Bank. Bangladesh Bank deputy governor SK Sur Chowdhury on Monday confirmed this to…

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Oil slides to lowest since 2003

Oil prices hit their lowest since 2003 on Monday, as the market braced for a jump in Iranian exports after the lifting of sanctions against the country at the weekend. The UN nuclear watchdog on Saturday said Tehran had met its commitments to curtail its nuclear programme, and the United States immediately revoked sanctions that had slashed the OPEC member’s oil exports by around 2 million barrels per day (bpd) since their pre-sanctions 2011 peak to little more than 1 million bpd. “Iran is now free to sell as much…

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Tata Steel job cuts to top 1,000 in UK

Tata Steel will cut 1,050 more UK jobs, with most of the redundancies to be in Port Talbot, the UK’s biggest steelworks. BBC. It comes on top of hundreds of cuts announced by Tata last year, which it blamed on plunging steel prices. Around 750 of the latest job losses are expected in Port Talbot to help save the Welsh site, according to BBC business correspondent Joe Lynam. Tata said it would not comment on the plans. Port Talbot, which currently employs 4,000 workers, is the biggest steel plant in…

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