Outward remittances from Bangladesh through legal channels crossed the $100-million mark for the first time in 2021 as more foreigners are working in the fast-growing economy, data from a global organisation showed.
In a show of conflict of interest, members of the parliamentary standing committee on the Ministry of Post, Telecommunications and Information Technology yesterday received mobile handsets produced in Bangabandhu Hi-Tech City.
Ensuring that the upcoming parliamentary polls are free, fair and inclusive is a challenge in pursuit of good governance and a functioning democracy, Transparency International Bangladesh has observed.
The cost of grand corruption in Bangladesh is only continuing to go up.
Information and Broadcasting Minister Hasan Mahmud today came down heavily on Amnesty International, Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) and Reporters without Borders (RSF) for what he called their “biased take on human rights, press freedom and corruption in Bangladesh”.
Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) today expressed deep concern and outrage over suspending of a travelling ticket examiner (TTE) of Pakshey Division of Bangladesh Railways after he fined three passengers who were travelling without tickets, introducing themselves as the relatives of the railway minister.
Health Minister Zahid Maleque today rejected Transparency International Bangladesh’s recent report on Covid-19 treatment, terming it completely “baseless and done on purpose”.
Marking the International Anti-Corruption Day (December 9), Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) inaugurated their 14thAnti-
The latest wage board that recommended the new salary structure for the garment workers did not adjust the five per cent annual automatic increment with the basic of the new structure, the findings of the Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) say.
A recent TIB study shows that the Dalits and indigenous communities of the plain lands in Bangladesh have been facing widespread socio-economic discrimination, often being deprived of education, healthcare, even government's basic immunisation programmes, and employment as well as other basic human rights.
The Dalits and indigenous communities of the plain lands in Bangladesh face widespread socio-economic discrimination because of their identities, says a study conducted by Transparency International Bangladesh.
The indigenous people and Dalits in Bangladesh face discrimination and deprivation in their rights to basic amenities from the state, says Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB).
The Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) yesterday expressed deep concern over the return of several hundred female migrant
Transparency International Bangladesh has expressed deep concern over the killing of more than 100 people in “gunfights” during the ongoing nationwide anti-narcotics drive.
The Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) sent a clarification regarding its study report on parliament published in The Daily Star yesterday headlined "Only 24 hrs spent on lawmaking in 2017".
Transparency International Bangladesh yesterday termed the Bangladesh Association of Banks' proposal of formulating the Bank Reporting Act as illegal and expressed deep concern over it.
Bangladesh has moved two notches up in the global Corruption Perceptions Index of 2017, but the scale of corruption in
Transparency International Bangladesh yesterday called for formation of an expert committee to combat irregularities, corruption and risks in the banking sector.
A cartoon and photography exhibition with the theme of anti-corruption is currently underway at the capital's Zainul Gallery (Faculty of Fine Arts, Dhaka University) as part of Transparency International Bangladesh's (TIB) continuing efforts to engage the youth in raising awareness to say no to corruption.