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Bank Asia inks deal with NDP

In presence of Mr. Md. Mehmood Husain, President & Managing Director of Bank Asia Limited, Mr. Md. Arfan Ali, Deputy

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Power, gas go up

The government has raised gas price by 26.29 per cent and power price by 2.93 per cent at the household

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Axiata sees PATAMI up 34.2pc YoY

Axiata Group Berhad (Axiata) recently announced its unaudited results for the second quarter of 2015. The Group saw improved performance

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Huge tourism potentials of Bangladesh

Cox’s Bazar, Kuakata, Saint Martin’s Island, Sundarbans, Tea gardens in Sylhet, Chittagong Hill Tracts, Paharpur, Mainamati, Mahasthangarh- enough to craft

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Tourism takes off in Bangladesh

Come before the tourists visit” is the old Bangladesh tourist board slogan that had caught my eye and partially inspired

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Top destinations for visitors

Asian cities continue to dominate a global list of leading destinations in attracting international visitors arriving by air, according to

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ICC,B team at UN-ESCAP Meeting

ICC Bangladesh (ICC,B) President Mahbubur Rahman, Vice President Mrs. Rokia A. Rahman and Former DCCI President Asif Ibrahim left Dhaka

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Indian anti-cow slaughter stand upsets Eid in BD

Rajnath Singh’s biggest ‘achievement’ as Home Minister is badly straining ties with Bangladesh — a small neighbour which has unquestioningly pandered to India’s every whim and fancy under Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina since 2009. Bangladeshis

Fanaticism on rise in India, Bangladesh: Taslima

Drawing parallels between the cold blooded killings of bloggers in Bangladesh and the murder of M.M. Kalburgi, a writer and rationalist from Karnataka, Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasrin said the incident showed the growing intolerance of religious fanatics in both India and Bangladesh. “Is there no freedom of expression in India? It is supposed to be


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Migrant crisis could damage ‘idea of Europe’: Germany

A failure to handle the migrant crisis effectively could adversely affect the “idea of Europe”, Germany’s labour minister said on Thursday, calling for a fairer distribution of refugees within the European Union. Speaking at a briefing ahead of the G20 meeting of finance ministers and central bankers in the Turkish

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Japanese protests new military law

Thousands of people have protested outside of Japan’s parliament against new legislation that would allow the military to deploy overseas. The changes would allow Japanese troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two. The legislation has already been passed by Japan’s lower house and is expected

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