Mohammad Suman | The Daily Star
  • Mohammad Suman

  • Scamming the dirt poor

    People of low-income group, who saved their hard-earned money with an NGO in Chattogram city for promised high returns, have become victims of alleged fraud as the organisation suddenly closed shop and its officials disappeared.
  • Prepaid gas meters a win-win in Ctg

    Pre-paid meters for household gas consumption have been saving gas by 20 percent in Chattogram city, and cost for consumers has also been coming down as they have been refraining from wasting the resources.
  • Smugglers not traced yet

    Despite seizing consignments of smuggled-in cigarettes at the port, Chattogram Customs House has been unable to track down the smugglers over the last couple of years as documents related to the import have either gone missing or they had been forged.
  • liquor business

    GIVEN BY GHOSTS

    Officially, most bars and social clubs neither import nor purchase alcohol yet they log huge sales; restrictive law, high import tariff, bureaucratic nightmare encouraging smuggling; govt loses big, earning almost nothing out of this trade.
  • LNG supply begins in port city

    People of Chittagong started receiving Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as the authorities have finally been able to connect the imported consignment to the pipeline of Karnaphuli Gas Distribution Company Ltd (KGDCL) yesterday.
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