Mahmudul Hasan | The Daily Star
  • Mahmudul Hasan

  • Informal workers slip through the cracks again

    Workers of the urban informal sector, which has been largely ignored despite the devastating pandemic for more than a year, are facing a fresh onslaught of adversities amid a surge in coronavirus infections.
  • Online sales, takeaways too scanty

    Restaurants owners have been pounded with yet another blow of the pandemic as the government barred dine-in services during the seven-day restrictions on movement starting from yesterday to contain the virus amid Covid-19 cases hitting record highs.
  • As Covid surges, brands step up digital push to salvage sales

    Clothing retailers are increasingly focusing on online sales amidst the surge in coronavirus infections as they seek to salvage their sales during the two biggest spending seasons--Pahela Baishakh and Eid-ul-Fitr.
  • Hospitality industry suffers from fresh wave of pandemic

    Tourists have started cancelling their bookings amid a fresh wave of Covid-19 infections across the country, which threatens to derail recovery in the local hospitality industry.
  • Booming orders bolster e-commerce logistics

    Logistics companies that cater to online businesses in Bangladesh have prospered during the coronavirus pandemic, as an increasing number of people moved to digital platforms to make purchases.
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