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DU publishing 15 volumes of foreign Policypaedia
Bangladesh Daily Star

DU publishing 15 volumes of foreign Policypaedia

In a rare initiative, the Dhaka University is going to publish 15 volumes of Bangladesh Foreign Policypaedia, which will help scholars, researchers, policymakers and make all better informed. Led by Prof Imtiaz Ahmed of Department of ... Bangladesh Daily Star, 22 hours ago

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Poverty is endangering the prized Hilsa fish in Bangladesh

By Zobaidar Rahman Soeb Selim Miah went to the Meghna river to catch fish with his father when he was nine years old. Now, 41 years later, he is still fighting to make ends meet. We are struggling to find food to survive not just for a few ...
 South Asia Monitor1 week ago

Our Population, Our Asset

We are a land-short country, somewhat proverbially, as it seems. Bangladesh does not exactly have a galloping population but a growing one. The situation has provoked an undeserved, even if unintentional, name-calling for the country. When our ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago

Developing countries show world way forward on green finance

Developing countries such as Kenya, Bangladesh and Jordan are leading the world on green finance, which is essential to meet the world's sustainable development aspirations, according to a new report from the Inquiry into the Design of a Sustainable ...
 Tralac2 weeks ago

18,424cr loss in 6yrs

The impact of climate change and natural disasters cost 43.61 lakh Bangladeshi households in disaster-prone areas Tk 18,424 crore between 2009 and 2014, said the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics yesterday. In its first ever study on losses in ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago Some 12.65pc people live in disaster-prone areas  Financial Express Bangladesh1 month ago

Deaths from lightning surge in Bangladesh

Thomson Reuters Foundation/Dhaka Bangladesh has seen a near-record number of deaths this year from a phenomenon that appears to be worsening with climate change: lightning strikes. So far this year, 261 people have died from lightning in the ...
 Gulf Times2 months ago Bangladesh declares lightning strikes a disaster as deaths surge  Bdnews24.com2 months ago
Reuters India

Flood-prone Bangladesh plans to keep food safe in home silos

By Syful Islam DHAKA, Aug 17 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - With millions of Bangladeshis hit by devastating monsoon floods in the past month, the government and aid agencies are helping them with emergency food and shelter, while working to ...
 Sharenet1 week ago Flood-hit nation plans to keep food safe in home silos  Gulf Times6 days ago Flood-hit Bangladesh plans to keep food safe in home silos  Reuters UK1 week ago
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\\'BD public servants serve themselves\\'

A commissioner of Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has admitted that public servants in Bangladesh serve themselves more than they serve the people, in contrary to their constitutional duty. "We (public servants) work for our own interest rather ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh2 hours ago

After years of quiet progress, medical cannabis research advancing at Israeli gov't institute

New Delhi, Aug. 22 (ANI): President Pranab Mukherjee will be on a three-day visit to West Bengal from Monday. On August 22, the President will inaugurate a CII-IIEST Conference on the theme ... Calcutta News.Net - Tuesday 23rd August, 2016 ...
 Calcutta News.Net1 day ago
Abu Dhabi National

In India's isolated northeast, time for a change

India has just one time zone for 1.2b people, spread from points furthe­r east than Bangla­desh to wester­n Arabia­n Sea By the time the working day begins in northeast India on the longest day of the year, the sun is already high in the ...
 The Express Tribune2 months ago Developmental Challenges In Northeast India: Perceptible Reflections On Mizoram  Counter Currents2 days ago Time for a change for out-of-sync northeast India  Abu Dhabi National2 months ago Time for a change? Northeast wants to follow its own time zone  Deccan Chronicle2 months ago
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