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Grameen Shakti lights up rural backwaters

The company installs more than one million solar home systems Nobel Laureate Prof Muhammad Yunus speaks at a programme organised at Radisson Hotel in Dhaka yesterday to celebrate the installation of one million solar home systems by Grameen Shakti. Prof Muhammad Yunus and his Grameen Shakti team were showered with praises from people of all […]

Late in the evening on January 8, 1972, Pakistan’s new President Zulfikar Ali Bhutto bade farewell to the newly freed founding father of Bangladesh, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, at Chaklala airport in Rawalpindi. Having spent nearly ten months in solitary confinement in what till recently had been West Pakistan and was now what remained of […]

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It’s now a recreation spot The Hatirjheel project area is open to public since January 2 and with just a handful of parks and recreation centres in the capital, people brave the chilly weather, inset, and visit the beautiful bridges and streets. Hatirjheel seems to be a picture of Dhaka we could dream of. It […]

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Al-Mujtama, the most influential publication of Arabic language, has described the present situation in Bangladesh as the ‘Test of Fire’ of the Muslims in Bangladesh. The Kuwait based publication covers series report on ‘Process of Secularization in Bangladesh’. In its two consecutive issues the leading Arabic magazine unearths the violent approaches of the radical secular […]

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The cabinet purchase committee on Wednesday approved construc indian viagra tion of the 250-megawatt coal-fired power plant in Barapukuria. Chinese company Harbin, that had triggered a lot of controversy during the tenure of the last BNP-led government by setting up a low-quality power plant in Tongi, was selected to build the power plant. Meanwhile, the […]

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With the steps, jobs of over 1 lakh teachers will be regularised Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday announces nationalisation of 26,193 non-government primary schools of the country at National Parade Square in the capital. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday declared the nationalisation of 26,193 non-government primary schools of the country. With the initiative, […]

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Parents lie with their sick children on the floor at a ward in Pabna Medical College Hospital as where can i buy cialis online the number of admissions goes up due to the countrywide cold spell on Wednesday. The country has been experiencing its record lowest temperature since 1968 as mercury dipped to 3.2 degrees […]

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BNP Standing Committee Member Rafiqul Islam on Wednesday castigated police for saying that handcuffs can be purchased from open market. The remark had come from Kushtia’s Additional Superintendent of Police Joynul Abedin after a BNP leader’s handcuffed body was recovered from Kumerkhali in the district on Saturday night The handcuff bore the police monogram. The […]

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Easy French Lessons The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on Wednesday raided Setu Bhaban and seized some documents in its investigation into the alleged conspiracy to exchange bribes in the Padma bridge project. The investigative team of the national antigraft agency seized the documents almost a month after it sued seven persons on charges of the conspiracy […]

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Novoair takes off

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A private airlines, Novoair, took off on Wednesday with its first flight from Dhaka to Chittagong. The Civil Aviation Minister Mohammad Faruk Khan flagged off the start of the airlines at a colorful ceremony that included a trip to Chittagong from Hajrat Shahjalal International Airport around 1pm. “Demands for airlines is increasing on both domestic […]

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Indian Army soldiers carry a coffin buy generic viagra containing the body of a colleague at a garrison in Rajouri district, about 170 km (105 miles) northwest of Jammu, January 9, 2013. India denounced Pakistan on Wednesday over a firefight in the disputed territory of Kashmir in which two Indian soldiers were killed, but the […]

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The water communications across the country came generic viagra to a standstill as thousands of water transport workers began their indefinite strike since Wednesday midnight to press home their 16-point demand including revision of their wage structures. Saiful Haque, senior deputy director of Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority (BIWTA), told The Daily Star that ten […]

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