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June 5, 2015

Awareness campaign for Dengue-free Dhaka by R2P

Right to Peace (R2P), an organization of youths for research and activism, arranged a public awareness campaign among the marginalized people on preventive measures against Dengue. The program was arranged at Balurmath near Boubazar, Hazaribagh in the capital on Wednesday. [caption id="attachment_27317" align="alignleft" width="540"]R2P_Press Release -English Version_ Volunteers of the Right to Peace, an organization of youths for research and activism, speak among the marginalized...

UCB, Audi Bangladesh join hands

On the occasion of signing ceremony of memorandum of understanding (MoU) betweenUnited Commercial Bank Limited and Audi Bangladesh in the presence of Mr Arif Quadri, Additional Managing Director, UCB & Mr. Hasib Uddin, Director, Audi Bangladesh launch a joint marketing promotional campaign recently. Present at the occasion were Mr Abul Kalam Azad, SVP-Head of National Sales &Merchant acquiring, Mr Taufiq UCB and Audi Bangladesh PR2Hassan Executive Vice President & Head of R...

IBBL awarded for Excellence in Stall Design at US trade show

Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited (IBBL) has received prize for “Excellence in Stall Design” at the US Trade Show-2020 organized by the American Chamber of Commerce in Bangladesh. Md. Mahbub ul Alam, Managing Director and CEO, Md. Omar Faruk Khan, Additional Managing Director and Abu Reza Md. Yeahia, Deputy Managing Director of the bank are in the photograph with crest. IBBL photo 4.3.2020Industry Minister Nurul Majid Mahmud Humayun, MP, JoAnne Wagner, Deputy Chief of Mission at the United States Embassy...

Europe panicked over India’s pharma export curbs

India’s top pharmaceuticals export group said the government’s curbs on some drug exports amid the spreading coronavirus outbreak has caused panic in Europe and will “severely impact” businesses in the sector. India, the world’s main supplier of generic drugs, has restricted the export of 26 active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) and the medicines made from them, in a move seen aimed at tackling possible domestic shortages of medicine during the outbreak, reports Reuters, New Delhi.