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June 5, 2015

Govt to protect mass media as industry

With a note of assurance to extend all kinds of support to the mass media, Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal today termed the mass media as an industry and said the government is pledge-bound to protect it.

“The mass media is not a small industry… We have to protect the industry”, he said as the chief guest while addressing the second session of a day-long conference organized by the Broadcast Journalist Center (BJC) held at the Teachers Student Center (TSC) of the Dhaka University here.

Praising the role of the media, the finance minister said the media is portraying the achievements of the country before the wo...

Seminar on Peace & Diversity at JnU

A day-long seminar titled ‘Youth Impact :Undertaking the Power of Youth to Deliver Peace and Diversity' was held at Jagannath University (JnU) on Thursday.

SAVE Youth -an inter-university based youth organisation whichfacilitate students exercise of ...

AKASH DTH, Priyoshop.com sign strategic partnership

The country’s only legal DTH (Direct-to-Home) service provider AKASH has built a strategic partnership with Priyoshop.com Limited. Online shopping site priyoshop.com will sell AKASH DTH connections through their platform. Priyo ShopBeximco Communications Limited recently signed separate agreements with Priyoshop.com at the company’s headquarter in Gulshan, Dhaka. Beximco Communication's Head of Marketing and Strategic Sales Muhammad Abul Khair Chowdhury, Priyo Shop.com’s CEO & Founder Md. Ashikul Alam Khan have ...

Bangladesh celebrates 3 New Years this year

Sir Frank Peters

2020 will be a year full of fun, celebrations, and joyful activities.

It will be written in the annals of history, as the year Bengalis celebrated not one, not two, but three New Years! Yes, three! It might even warrant a Guinness Book of Records certificate.
Bangabandhu yearThe first New Year celebration has already been, gone, and given its annual due revelry treatment (January 01, 2...

LafargeHolcim posts 56pc growth in 2019

Rajesh Surana, Chief Executive Officer of LafargeHolcim Bangladesh (LHBL) said “2019 was a challenging year for the cement industry. The impact of increase in raw material costs and additional taxes was significant. Despite this Lafargeholcimimpact, LafargeHolcim demonstrated astrong performance trend. Our focus on improving operational efficiencies, driving commercial innovation and cost optimisation continues to be effective.  We are determined to build on this thrust and further increase value to our stakeholders...