EXCEL SPEED Management module Vs Accountable, efficient, credible-Digital Bangladesh

EXCEL SPEED is a concept by gurumia,Chief Researcher EXPLOREXDARK
EXCEL SPEED is a Management module through which any object can reach to determined -development sooner ,easier and with our own effort.
EXCEL SPEED is a Management module which ensure guarantee of success, The executor only need to be trustworthy.EXCEL SPEED Management module is a Mathmetical trurth .

Bangladesh is famed as the honorable country as we fought only 9 Month for Liberation!!And we won!!I Pay my zest honor to the Bongobondhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman as the great leader of Liberation war !
After than ?? Did we utilize our Liberation for our betterment? My answer is NO ! How can I calculate? I calculate, on the current poor stand of our country .I am not satisfied even partially as a prosperous citizen of Bangladesh.
Reason behind unsuccessful= because of Leadership !! because of the vision.

Last few years we noticed the Transparency International Bangladesh earn glory by findings and reporting the real situation of our governance- yet they even got findings the corruption of Justice ?!!
Was It our object ? what is our gain ?!
I born in 1974 ,1st October …I didn’t see Liberation War .I born in an Independent Country .
I learn from history – I work for today – I plan for Future . I see dream of a successful Bangladesh.
I realize the values of independence. I realize the values of leadership , I realize the values of Vision .I pay my due respect to the leaders who lead change for development in revelatory speed method.
I honor Bongobondhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman
I honor Freedom Fighter & President Ziaur Rahman .

We are too slow!! We start for liberation 41 years back still we are not succeed. Only the 1st task of achievement we won by liberation war in 1971 by which we get independence –Liberty to govern through our Bangladeshi. All other element of liberation sparked off with the glory of Liberation war Victory. Still politics capitalize the story of Liberation War !
Independence does not mean absence of accountability, so it was supposed to do next for Accountability, efficiency, credibility

Many time wasted ,With the elapse to time the realization blooming . Under leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina the vision of Digital Bangladesh declared.
I appreciate the module of Digital Bangladesh .Same time I criticize to the Weakness of the Vision.
Have we cleared vision of Digital Bangladesh? Can we classify? Can we elaborate our Module to the citizen? That We (Citizen) can accustom with the Digital Bangladesh.?!

Noticing the current stand I must blame nothing to the Digital Bangladesh is going to the Upto the Mark!
I pray Re -Attention to the Prime Minister to watch Ministries websites of our country? Is it ok ? Can we reach to the digital Bangladesh?-I say No!
I Must propose excel Speed Module which will bring 9th time efficiency to reach Digital Bangladesh.I belive Digital Bangladesh is a Excel speed development module through which Bangladesh can be 9th time faster developed.

Wishing our government success-Accountability, efficiency, credibility- GuRuMia

The World Bank has approved a $1.2 billion concessional IDA credit to Bangladesh for the Padma Multipurpose Bridge Project

construction phase:2015.

Status: project phase.

Location: Between Mawa, Bangladesh and Janjira, Bangladesh

Crosses: Padma River.

Structural Type:Truss bridge

double deck.

Function / usage:Railroad (railway) bridge

Road bridge

Design:Construction Project Consultants, Inc.
Nippon Koei Co. Ltd.

Consulting engineer:Katsufumi Matsuzawa
Takeshi Yoshida

WB okays $1.2b IDA credit for Padma Bridge.Spanning the River Padma, the world’s third largest 6.1 km long bridge will connect nearly 30 million people in the Southwest region to the rest of the country, enhancing their access to markets and services while accelerating growth as a whole.

The bridge, the largest IDA credit ever, will reduce distances to capital Dhaka by about 100 km while cutting travel times in half from most areas of Southwest Bangladesh.

Given its size, complexity and expected impact on local communities, the bridge includes state of the art safeguards and accountability features. Transparency has been emphasised throughout every step of its preparation and design.

‘We’ve been working closely with the government of Bangladesh on a ‘Governance and Accountability Action Plan’ that ensures strict supervision to prevent fraud or corruption, and guarantees quality and transparency,’ said Isabel Guerrero, World Bank South Asia vice-president.

‘The construction of the bridge would fulfil the long-standing dream of the people of the Southwest region (of Bangladesh) to have a permanent crossing over the River Padma,’ she added.

Furthermore, the Padma Multipurpose Bridge Project will adhere fully to Bangladesh’s ‘Right to Information Act’ and will include information sharing through the project website, social media, newsletters, and broadcasts on radio and television.

Accountability will also be strengthened through third party monitoring by an independent panel of experts, community-based ‘accountability meetings’ to review social and resettlement action plans, and the appointment of an independent project integrity adviser reporting directly to the prime minister.

Through retroactive financing, the World Bank has already financed $60 million for environmental and social actions to ensure that the lives of families in the construction zone are better. The development of resettlement sites is underway to protect the land, homes, livelihoods and community assets of local residents.

World Bank country director for Bangladesh Ellen Goldstein said: ‘I’ve witnessed the tremendous support of local people for the bridge and believe it will have far reaching economic and social benefits, including faster growth, new jobs, enhanced connectivity and trade within the country and in the broader region, and improved protection against river bank erosion and floods.’

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Bangladesh Govt to import 4.8m tonnes petroleum

The Bangladesh government has estimated about 4.8 million metric tonnes of petroleum oil to be a requirement for the current calendar year (2011), up by 1.05 million tonnes from the previous year’s demand. Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC) will cost about US$ 5 billion (approximatelY Tk 35,000 crore) for the huge petroleum import.

But it is still unclear as how the government will this huge amount for this bulk import and what will be the possible impact on the country’s foreign exchange reserve.

Many experts believe that the present political turmoil in the Middle-East and Africa may further push up the bill on oil import as oil price is soaring. They said it may put pressure on the country’s foreign exchange reserve.

Last calendar year (2010), the country’s petroleum demand was 3.75 million metric tons.

To meet the current year’s total requirement, the government will import about 3.4 million tons of refined oil while the rest will be imported as crude oil.Similarly, BPC will need to import 1.58 million metric tons of diesel to meet the demand for power plants as well as for other consumers like motor vehicles and agriculture pumps.

To ensure the smooth supply, the government has already signed agreements with a number of international petroleum supply agencies of different countries. Some contracts were signed to import petroleum on state-to-state basis from different Middle-Eastern and Asian countries.

Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX) Begins Bangladesh Drilling

Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX) has begun to drill in a Bangladesh gas field.

Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX) Begins Bangladesh Drilling
According to reports, U.S based oil company Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX) has begun drilling an exploratory well on-site in Bangladesh to determine gas reserves there.

State-owned energy corporation Petrobangla officials said that the Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX), now operating in Bangladesh, has detected the presence of gas at the Kajol structure under Block-7 upon completing a two-dimensional survey in 2009.

Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX) has decided to drill the exploratory well up to a 4,500-metre depth and will start well development work from the next year.

Chevron Corp. (NYSE:CVX) shares are currently standing at 102.03.

Russia to build Bangladesh’s first nuclear plant.

Russia has agreed to build Bangladesh’s first nuclear power plant, to help supply energy to its growing population
Bangladesh has signed here a ‘primary deal’ with Russia for installing a 2,000 MW nuclear power plant, which would be its first.The final deal would be signed in April this year when Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is expected to visit Russia.
Russia has agreed to build energy-starved Bangladesh’s first nuclear power plant, the government .
Bangladesh’s Ministry of Science said officials from the two countries signed an agreement in Dhaka late Thursday for the $1.5 billion plant.
Russia will supply two reactors capable of generating a total of 2,000 megawatts of electricity for the plant, which is to be built by 2018, the ministry said. It will also supply fuel for the plant and take back the spent fuel, it said.
Russia also will train workers to run the plant, to be built in Rooppur, 75 miles (120 kilometres) north of Dhaka.
Bangladesh’s decades-old gas-fired power plants are unable to generate enough electricity for the country’s 150 million people, with a daily shortfall of about 2,000 megawatts. Businesses complain that the shortages interfere with production.
The World Bank and the Asian Development Bank say Bangladesh’s economy, which has grown by more than 5 per cent in recent years, will suffer if more electricity is not generated to support industries and agriculture.
The country also is looking at options to switch to coal-fired power plants. It has six coal fields with about 3.3 billion tons of estimated reserves.

Bangladesh Signs Deal with Russia for 2000 MW Nuclear Plant at Rooppur

Bangladesh yesterday signed a primary deal with Russia for installing a 2000 MW nuclear power plant at Rooppur in Pabna.

By signing the deal, the government launched country’s first nuclear power plant project (NPP) which would be completed in 2017-18 at the cost of US$ 1.5 to 2 billions.

Secretary of the ministry of Science Abdur Rob Howlader and ICT and Deputy Director General of Russian Atomic Energy Corporation Nickolay Spasskiy initialed the deal on behalf of their respective country at Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission.

State Minister for Science and ICT, Yeafesh Osman, Russian Ambassador to Bangladesh Gennady P. Trotsenko and high officials of the ministry and Russian Embassy were present on the occasion.

Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission Prepared the action plan for executing the power Plant project to meet the growing demand for energy.

“Both the sides agreed to install two third-generation reactors, each with 1,000 MW capacity, ” a top official of the ministry told .

He said the final deal would be signed in April this year when the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is expected to visit Russia.

According to the ministry, Russia will manage the spent-fuel and recycle it.

Bangladesh completed all necessary preparations for setting up a nuclear power plant and signed MoUs with China, Russia, USA, France and India for cooperation in the area of peaceful use of nuclear energy. It also initiated talks with South Korea.

Considering the present reserves of gas, coal and other sources of energy in the country, the revised National Energy Policy (2008) strongly favoured a nuclear power plant as other imported fuel options like coal and oil for power generation are becoming increasingly expensive.

“We are moving fast to sign the agreement with Russia. We would complete all necessary procedures by one or two months. We are moving forward to fulfill our commitment to set up a nuclear power plant, ” said State Minister for Science and ICT, Yeafesh Osman.

21 February :International Mother Language Day

21st February was declared as international mother language day in the Paris session of UNESCO on the 17th of November 1999. Since 2ist February, 2000 this day is being observed in all the nations under UN.

Language is an important aspect of our life. We explore the world through language. The world occurs to us through language. To promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism worldwide, International Mother Language Day is held annually on 21 February.

For Bangladesh, 21st February has a different symbolization. It is a national day of Bangladesh to commemorate protests and sacrifices to protect Bangla (Bengali) as a national language during Bengali Language Movement of 1952. Anushay describes a bit of the history:

On this day in 1952, after the “Principles Committee of the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan” announced that Urdu would be the only state language of East (now Bangladesh) and West Pakistan, a huge wave of protests erupted in Bangladesh where the majority spoke Bangla.

Politicians joined students in their demonstrations and the Pakistani Government responded by violently cracking down on the protesters. Over the course of one week ((February 21-27, 1952), they killed student demonstrators, some directly in front of Dhaka Medical College. [..]

On February 29th, 1956, Pakistan added Bengali as the second official state language after Urdu. Bangladesh won its independence from Pakistan in 1971.

Meherjaan: A Story of Bangladesh liberation War and Love

Bangladesh liberation War is the heart factor of the nation , Everyone is curious on the real scenario of the War  . A Bangladeshi film about a love affair set in the country’s bloody 1971 liberation struggle against Pakistan has stirred up heated debate, prompting the distributor to pull it from cinemas.

Meherjaan: A Story of War and Love, which features some of south Asia’s biggest stars including Victor Banerjee and Jaya Bachchan, wife of Indian movie legend Amitabh Bachchan, was released last month to critical acclaim.

But the plot, charting a romance between a local girl and a Pakistani soldier, has hit a raw nerve in Bangladesh, where a new war crimes tribunal has just begun prosecuting suspected collaborators.

“I fought in the liberation war but after we released this film, my fellow freedom fighters called me a collaborator and traitor,” the owner of the film’s distribution company, Habibur Rahman Khan, told Media.

“We’ve stopped distributing the film because critics said it degraded the sufferings of the Bangladeshi women raped in the war,” he said.

In the film, Meherjaan, a Bangladeshi girl, falls in love with a Pakistani soldier who gets court-martialled for refusing to participate in war crimes and atrocities.

A barrage of criticism in the Bangladeshi press and on the Internet said the film’s romantic storyline undermined the suffering of the estimated 200,000 Bangladeshi women raped by Pakistani forces during the war.

Bangladesh’s government says three million people were killed by the occupying forces and local collaborators in the nine-month struggle that saw then-East Pakistan emerge as an independent Bangladesh on December 6, 1971.

“Meherjaan has insulted the spirit of the country’s liberation war and our history,” said four writers, including a woman who was raped by Pakistani troops, in a joint article in the Prothom Alo newspaper.

“Under the guise of a story about love and war, it’s a film about insult and deception,” they wrote.

Pakistani war crimes are a sensitive issue in Bangladesh, but public feeling has intensified since the government set up the International War Crimes Tribunal in March last year.

The tribunal aims to try the local collaborators for crimes including genocide, arson, rape and looting. It has arrested five people, all of whom are also leading opposition figures, in the last six months.

The main opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) has dismissed the trial as politically motivated.

The government has not yet said whether the court will pursue cases against individual Pakistani soldiers, but private campaigners have provided the court with a list of 195 army officers accused of atrocities.

The film, because of its positive depiction of a Pakistani soldier, has been “unofficially banned”, Farzana Boby, an assistant director on the film, told AFP.

“It is unfortunate. All we have tried to do is to make a good film. It has been pulled even though it was drawing bigger crowds than any other major hit film in Bangladesh,” she said.

The crew and directors have also become targets of hate-campaigns by people who cannot tolerate a “different narrative of our liberation war,” she said.

“They are angry because our story does not follow the dominant theme of the struggle. To them, all Pakistanis were butchers during the war. There cannot be a good-natured Pakistani soldier who rebels against the army,” she said.

Some industry professionals have lamented the angry reception the film has been given.

“It’s unfortunate there is such a huge controversy over such a good film. We live in a democratic country and everyone has the right to tell their own story,” film director Chasi Nazrul Islam told

flydubai :Starts today from Dhaka

Dubai’s first low cost carrier begins four-times-a-week service to Bangladeshi capital

Dubai, UAE, February 16, 2011 – flydubai, Dubai’s first low cost airline, has doubled its flights between the UAE and Bangladesh with the start of a new service to the country’s capital, Dhaka.

Flight FZ583 from Dubai touched down on schedule at Shahjalal International Airport at 2015hrs on Monday, where a welcoming committee of government and industry officials received a delegation of senior flydubai executives.

flydubai entered Bangladesh in January with a four-times-a-week service to the port city of Chittagong.

The inauguration of flights to Dhaka, flydubai’s 32nd destination, doubles this tally, further strengthening trade and tourism ties between the UAE and an important emerging economy in South Asia.

flydubai CEO Ghaith Al Ghaith said: “The industry and entrepreneurship of the Bangladeshi people have contributed to the growth and success of the UAE in recent years, and it is gratifying to see ties between our two countries grow even closer. Our new service to Dhaka will build on the success of our popular service to Chittagong and open up more promising business opportunities for both countries.”

More than half a million Bangladeshi expatriates live and work in the UAE and send nearly US$2 billion each year in remittances to their home country.

Signifying the ever closer relationship between the two countries, Prime Minister Shaikh Hasina was a keynote speaker at the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi last month.

The prime minister signed two strategic trade accords with the UAE and was accompanied by a 30-member delegation from the Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the first time a trade delegation of this size from Bangladesh has visited the country.

HE Ghulam Muhammed Quader, Honourable Minister for Civil Aviation and Tourism in Bangladesh, said: “I am delighted to welcome flydubai’s first flight to Dhaka. I am confident these flights will help to increase the opportunities for trade and commerce between the two nations. I wish the operation of flydubai between Dhaka and the UAE great success.”

The flydubai service from Dubai to Dhaka will operate four times a week. Flight FZ583 will leave Dubai at 1340hrs and arrive in Bangladesh at 2015hrs local time. The return flight FZ584 leaves Dhaka at 2115hrs, landing in Dubai at 0100hrs.

A one-way fare to Dhaka from Dubai starts from AED460, including one piece of hand luggage weighing up to 7kg and one small laptop bag or hand bag. Checked baggage starts at AED50 for 20kgs. A seat with extra legroom costs AED100. Flights from Dhaka to Dubai start at USD 200.

Flights between Dubai and Dhaka can be purchased from flydubai’s website (www.flydubai.com), its call centre (+9714 301 0800) and through travel partners.

flydubai has a simple model where customers only pay for services they want to receive.

flydubai operates from the modernised Terminal 2 building on the north side of Dubai International Airport.

About flydubai:
Established in March 2008, flydubai, Dubai’s first low cost airline, started operations on June 1st, 2009. Set up by the government of Dubai, flydubai is aimed at making travel a little less complex, a little less stressful and a little less expensive.

Based on a low cost business model, flydubai offers a value-for-money product at an extremely competitive price. Its website (www.flydubai.com) is an important interface for customers, together with a call centre (+9714 301 0800) and travel partners.

For further information, please contact: Andrew Kennedy at the flydubai press office at Polaris PR. Telephone: (+9714) 341 5555. Andrew Kennedy mobile: (+971) 50 965 9104. E-mail: a.kennedy@polaris-me.com

Heather Astbury, PR Manager for flydubai at Mobile: (+971) 50 950 8420; Email: heather.astbury@flydubai.com

Eid-e-Millad-un-Nabi Mubarak: 2011

It’s the day of the holy birth of the best ever personality of the world !

Eid-e-Millad-un-Nabi  is used to mark the PProphet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH)‘s birth and death anniversary.

Eid – E Millad- un- Nabi Mubarak ! May Allah bless us with the ideal of The Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH)

Eid-e-Milad is here and its time to celebrate. It is time to remember the teachings of the Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) and follow the mission the Prophet dedicated all his life to.

Eid-e-Milad is celebrated in the memory of Prophet Muhammed. The Holy Prophet was born on the twelfth day of Rabi-ul-Awwal in 570 C.E Saudi Arabia, Mecca. Rabi-ul-Awwal is the third month of the Muslim year. Eid-e-Milad is both, a time to rejoice and a time to mourn, since the Prophet passed away on the same day.

The tradition of celebrating the Holy Prophet’s birthday on a large scale began in Egypt by the Prophet’s descendants, through his daughter Fatima. It was celebrated mainly by religious scholars and religious establishments. They gathered to hear sermons, distributed sweets, alms and particularly honey, the Prophet’s favourite.

Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) blessing for entire universe…!!!!

The Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) is emblem of tranquility, justice, modesty, peace, love and brotherhood.)that Ummah can seek salvage from the difficulties by following and
On the eve of “Eid Millad-un-Nabi”(SAW) being commemorated
The Holy Prophet (PBUH) was a torch-bearer and blessing for the entire universe. She said that it was the strength of the Holy Prophet’s character and preaching through self example and charms of personality that molded the hearts and minds of the people and compelled the enemies to embrace Islam.
“The Holy Prophet(SAW) articulated a comprehensive code of conduct for interpersonal relations and formulating a healthy society through his personal conduct,”
The Holy Prophet (PBUH) revolutionized the world in a shortest time and changed every aspects of people life through his personal example and deeds.
She stressed upon the Ummah to follow the Sunnah of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) which provided the guidance in every sphere of life.

World Cup 2011.. 3 holidays for Dhaka schools.

All the educational institutions in the capital will remain closed on Feb 17, 19 and Mar 19 for the World Cup Cricket 2011.

The education ministry declared the holidays on Tuesday.

The opening ceremony of the tournament will be held at Sher-e-Bangla Stadium, Mirpur on Feb 17 while Bangladesh will face India on Feb 19 and South Africa on Mar 19 at the same venue.

The Tigers’ other matches at the stadium will be held on weekends.