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NIA probing role of J&K-based students in Bangladesh college : Delhi High Court blast

The ongoing probe into Delhi High Court blast has expanded to neighbouring Bangladesh. A team of National Investigating Agency (NIA) travelled to Dhaka to investigate the activities of certain medical students who belong to Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir. … read more

Shifting of apparel orders from China will benefit Bangladesh

Shifting of apparel orders from China to benefit Bangladesh as manufacturers in the leading Asian economy are now confronting some major issues such as high wages, increase in the prices of raw material, labour scarcity and high customs duty, experts … read more

Bangladeshi mom, daughter to stay in US for now

The deportation letter arrived just as Nadia Habib was starting her junior year at Stony Brook University, its message straightforward and scary: Please report to our offices on Sept. 29, and be prepared to leave the country. Habib, who moved … read more

IBM beats Microsoft in tech giants ranking

For the first time since 1996 IBM’s market value has exceeded Microsoft’s. IBM’s closing price on 29 September was $214bn (£137.4bn) while Microsoft’s was a shade behind at $213.2bn (£136.8bn). The values cap a sustained period in which IBM’s share … read more

Hasina vows to root out terrorism from Bangladesh

United Nations, Sep 19 (goollu)Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called upon the international community for strengthening regional and global cooperation mechanisms in fighting terrorism . She made this call in her keynote speech delivered at a symposium arranged by United … read more

UNESCO honours Rabindranath Tagore, Pablo Neruda and Aimé Césaire

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on Tuesday launched a programme honouring Rabindrânâth Tagore, Pablo Neruda and Aimé Césaire, three poets who, each in his own way, carried high the standard of humanist values. Beyond their different … read more

Rice Imports by Bangladesh May Be Less Than Forecast on Output

Sources :Rice imports by Bangladesh, South Asia’s biggest buyer, may be half the amount forecast earlier by the government as local production increases and domestic prices decline, according an executive at the state food buyer. Shipments may total 400,000 metric … read more

The All Assam Gorkha Students Union has sharply reacted to the Indo-Bangla land swap ;

Gorkha Union flays Indo-Bangla land swap deal “wherein Assam had to surrender more than 288 lakh sq ft land to neighbouring Bangladesh. The AAGSU leaders have slammed the UPA-led government at the Centre and the Congress government in the state … read more

Intel, ARM Set for Next Stage of Laptop Battle

Sources :Intel and challenger ARM are set for a PC showdown this week as competition heats up to redefine the laptop and reverse the sagging fortunes of the PC market. Intel this week at its Intel Developer Forum developer show … read more

Plastic bottles could clean arsenic-contaminated water

Chopped up plastic bottles covered in a common chemical may be a simple and inexpensive method for removing arsenic from drinking water. A team of chemists at Monmouth University, United States, found that bits of plastic coated with cysteine, a … read more

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on two days visit for Dhaka on a historic two-day visit to Bangladesh.

ATN_4_September_2011_16-22_ATN_Bangla_Morning_News_5th_September_2011.wmvPrime Minister Manmohan Singh arrived Dhaka on a historic two-day visit to Bangladesh.The visit to Bangladesh that is expected to put the bumpy bilateral ties in a new trajectory through signing of deals in a range of sectors including extradition … read more