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Bangladesh to boom: fish in paddy fields in full boom

The small and marginal farmers are selling the GIFT Tilapia fingerlings in full swing as its business reaches at the peak following its huge demand amid favourable climatic conditions with adequate water all around now. Under the programme, Rangpur-Dinajpur Rural Service (RDRS) has taken a...
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Bangladeshi -Ismat Jahan elected member in CEDAW

Sources :Bangladesh has been elected member of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) securing the highest votes in its elections held at the United Nations on Monday Ismat Jahan, the Bangladesh candidate for the CEDAW elections, bagged 153 votes in the...
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Bangladesh police arrest top Jamaat-e-Islami leaders

Politics with the back of Islamic emotions was alleged by various platfrom against Jamaat-e-Islami.Bangladeshi police Tuesday arrested three of the top leaders of Bangladesh’s largest Islamic party on the rarely-used charge of “offending religious sentiment” in the Muslim-majority nation. Motiur Rahman Nizami, the head of...
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Bangladesh ship-to-shore oil pipe- In Reality

Bangladesh is going to bring reality ship-to-shore oil pipe.The Islamic Development Bank has signed an agreement with Bangladesh to provide $129 million for building a “single point mooring” in the Bay of Bengal to carry petroleum from vessels moored at an outer anchorage to on-shore...
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BANGLADESH -HARTAL CONTROVERSE : 27/06/2010

Protesting the government’s misdeeds and misrule.in protest at the misdeeds and misrule of the government, including acute shortage of power, water and gas, oppression on opposition leaders and activists, violence centring on tender manipulation, land and property grab by ruling party men, harassment of girls...
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Bangladesh telecom industry vs Telecommunication (amendment) Bill 2010

A parliamentary body yesterday assured cellphone operators and telecommunications and ICT-based entrepreneurs of taking necessary steps to remove growing anxiety over proposed amendments to the telecom laws. On their concern and objections to the proposed amendments, the parliamentary standing committee on post and telecommunications ministry...
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Bangladesh Gas Problem Will Decrease in 2013

US oil company Chevron has given a high hope to solve recent gas crisis of Bangladesh. Chevron has been operating three gas fields (Moulvibazarfield, Jalalabad field, Bibiyana field) of Sylhet. Yesterday Chevron Bangladesh’s chief Steve Wilson met with Govt.?authority. They gave new hope about gas...
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Give fair wage to Bangladesh workers: Parliamentary body

A Bangladesh parliament committee has told the government to declare ‘a time befitting minimum wage structure’ by July 29 for the country’s readymade garments industry that is facing recurring industrial violence. The parliamentary standing committee on labour and employment also recommended taking measures to resolve...
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125,000 Bangladesh freedom fighters to get higher allowance

The Bangladesh government has announced higher allowance for 125,000 people who participated in the country’s freedom movement against Pakistan in 1971. The amount is being raised from Taka 1,500 ($21.50) to Taka 2,000 from July 1, beginning of the next fiscal, State Minister for Liberation...
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