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Bangladesh hotspot for Pakistani textile sector

Could be there one particular reason or multiple reasons for the Pakistani textile sector investing in Bangladesh – a country which has emerged as the second biggest exporter of apparel to the US. The number-1 reason is the rampant shortage of electricity and industrial gas,...
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Govt prepares draft of Ticfa deal with US

Ahead of the US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s visit to Bangladesh, the government has prepared the draft of the Trade and Investment Cooperation Framework Agreement (Ticfa) that the two countries may sign in future. A copy of the draft was sent to Prime Minister...
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Photovoltaic Solar Energy Gains Popularity in Pabna

The demand for solar power has been increasing day by day in the district of Pabnaq following the erratic supply of electricity for a long time. A large number of people in Iswardi upazila, of the district have set up solar power panels on the...
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About D-8

D-8, also known as Developing-8, is an arrangement for development cooperation among the following countries: Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Nigeria, Pakistan and Turkey. The establishment of D-8 was announced officially through the Istanbul Declaration of Summit of Heads of State/Government on June 15, 1997....
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Golden Bangladesh hinges on youth: US Ambassador Dan Mozena

Brighter days beckon Bangladesh and the youth should realise that potential, US Ambassador Dan Mozena said yesterday. “The dream of Golden Bangladesh can be a reality within a decade or two,” Mozena told a gathering of several hundred young people. The US envoy spoke at...
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OMBUSMAN is Time Demand !!-

Democracy is preferred to any other system of Governance because of it adherence to “rule of Law” “Fair dealing” and “ Good Administrator . It is opposed to arbitrariness ,Unreasonableness ,and mala fide exercise of power . Democracy is the cherished form of Government as...
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The United Nations Calls for a New Asia-Pacific Energy Compact

“Connecting the dots between the challenges of water, food, and energy security lies at the heart of sustainable development—and Rio+20 will be a generational opportunity for us to turn ideas into action—globally and especially in Asia and the Pacific.” — Dr. Noeleen Heyzer, United Nations....
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Public Private Partnership – PPP

under this new national policy, the PPP Office was established as a separate, autonomous office under the Prime Minister's Office to support sector line ministries to facilitate identification, development and tendering of PPP projects to international standards. A PPP Unit under the Ministry of Finance was established to foster an environment of fiscal responsibility and sustainability in PPP projects.

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