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Top 10 Nations for online workers

They work for everyone and no one. Their job horizon is day-to-day or contract-to-contract. They can be working for someone around the corner or across the globe. In the 20th century, we called them freelance or contract workers and thought them odd. Now, they’re becoming...
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The Toronto stock market tumbled into the red

The Toronto stock market tumbled into the red near midday as signs of strong Canadian economic growth to start the year ran up against a negative private-sector employment report from the United States. The S&P/TSX composite index was down 27.04 points to 12,017.17. Statistics Canada...
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Bangladesh development in sports under Ansar & VDP

Bangladesh Olympic Association (BOA) held a series of ‘Meet the press’ sessions before the commencement and after the conclusion of XI SA Games recently in Dhaka. The purpose was two-fold, firstly to make public the final teams and lists of athletes of Bangladesh contingent competing...
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Bangladesh to Creating good jobs

Sources :Sadiq Ahmed BANGLADESH can celebrate quite a few achievements since independence. These include growing per capita income, lower rate of poverty, and better human development indicators. Nevertheless, moving forward with the development agenda is daunting. Some 59 million people (40 percent of the total...
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Bangladesh’s indexing up position in ICT

Onthe way of Digital Bangladesh Bangladesh’s indexing up position in ICT .Bangladesh’s position on the global index for information communication technology (ICT) has gone up significantly, reflecting the government’s success towards achieving Digital Bangladesh by 2021. The World Economic Forum (WEF) has prepared the index,...
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Farming reform needed to end hunger without obesity

Agriculture needs revolutionary change to confront threats such as global warming and end hunger in developing nations without adding to the ranks of the obese, an international study showed recently The report said South Asia and Africa were “battlegrounds for poverty reduction” as the world...
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Solar as alternative energy resources in Bangladesh.

Bangladesh’s central bank has switched over to solar-powered lighting, in a move to encourage green energy in a country drastically short of electricity, Bangladesh Bank (BB) has installed a solar system on the rooftop of it’s main building to reduce pressure on the demand for...
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Tata Motors searching possibility in Bangladesh

Tata Motors Limited is India’s largest automobile company, with consolidated revenues of Rs.70,938.85 crores (USD 14 billion) in 2008-09. It is the leader in commercial vehicles in each segment, and among the top three in passenger vehicles with winning products in the compact, midsize car...
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Bangladesh Telecommunications.

The communication sector of Bangladesh has changed dramatically within 2 years. The incentives both from government and public sectors have helped to grow this sector.It is now one of the biggest sector of Bangladesh. As a populous country, it’s huge market has attracted many foreign...
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Bangladesh resume jute export to India

On the way of boost relation between Bangladesh and India developing the mutual benificial business steps. Exports of raw jute from Bangladesh to other countries including India failed to pick up despite the lifting of ban on exports early this year. There are indications that...
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