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Gas supply to increase by 500mmcfd from April

Gas supply to increase by 500mmcfd from April

The country’s gas supply is likely to increase by 500 million cubic feet per day (mmcfd) from April this this year with an apprehension that there…
Google parent hit by higher costs, names new chairman

Google parent hit by higher costs, names new chairman

AFP, SAN FRANCISCO: Google parent company Alphabet on Thursday reported a quarterly loss to set aside funds to pay taxes on repatriated profits, and named…

Micro credit makes rural women self-reliant

Many rural women in Bangladesh are becoming self-reliant and contributing to their family maintenance as they are getting involved in income generating activities after taking loans under the government and non-government micro credit programmes, including the Ekti Bari Ekti Khamar (EBEK) Project, the…

Country has buffer stock of food: Muhith

Finance Minister AMA Muhith yesterday said there is a buffer stock of food in the country as the government has stocked enough food in the warehouses, reports BSS. "There is nothing to be worried over food as the government has already imported extra food to meet the growing demand," he told…

Indian investors urged to launch joint ventures with Bangladesh

Bangladesh High Commissioner to India Syed Muazzem Ali yesterday urged the Indian investors to launch joint venture projects in Bangladesh for mutual benefits of the two close neighbours, reports UNB. “Bangladesh has a huge skilled and semi-skilled young workforce, and the country offers attractive…

Stress on building skilled human resources

The speakers at a function on Thursday stressed the need for building skilled human resources to face the challenges of emerging technologies to be used in the fourth industrial revolution (4IR), reports UNB. The speakers came up with the opinion at a certificate awarding and orientation ceremony of…
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