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Evaly partners with Wholesale Club to enhance customers’ lifestyle experience

Evaly, the popular e-commerce giant, has signed an agreement with another well-reputed name Wholesale Club to present its customers with an extensive range of products to enhance their lifestyles. This effort follows the wonder startup’s continuous endeavor to serve its customers with top-quality branded products in the best possible way.  

No VAT and SD on MNP Service

The government has removed the value added tax (VAT) and supplementary duty on the SIM replacement under the mobile number portability (MNP) service. Now a subscriber who changes the SIM number under MNP service will not need to pay any SIM tax. The Finance Ministry issued a gazette notification on January

AirAsia offers lowest price flight to Malaysia

AirAsia, best known for its budget flights, is set to recommence direct flights from Dhaka to Kuala Lumpur, tapping into the  18 million strong vast market of Bangladesh. Awarded ‘World’s Best Low-Cost Airline’ by Skytrax World Airline Awards for the 10 consecutive time last year, the airline is launching a campaign

Progressing in human development index, lagging in innovation (Part 1)

This month couple of news came into highlights regarding the position of Bangladesh in certain criterion in global/regional scale. First news was a positive one; Bangladesh has moved up three spots and ranked 139th in Human Development Index (HDI) 2015 due to the remarkable progress it had made in many socio-economic


World’s largest ridesharing company Uber recently rolled past one billionth ride the India and South Asia region. The billionth trip took place in the city where Uber took its first trip in India five years ago - Bengaluru, a press release from Uber said. Speaking about the milestone, Uber India and


On the 16th of January 2018, three diamond firms approached Punjab National Bank requesting LOUs. (Letter of Understanding is a form of bank guarantee under which its customers can raise money from any other Indian bank’s foreign branch in the form of a short-term credit). Punjab National Bank demanded 100%