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    BSF shoots Indian youth trying to enter Bangladesh illegally

    I can not either. You can do a survey here if you want to see the percentage.
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    11,200 tons of Bogra potato to be exported

    Dang, dude! :omghaha:
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    $8.38 billion Japanese fund to revamp transport system

    Good question brother. I did not do the structural design. Otherwise, I could have shown what actually we have proposed. We had two different types of pillar configurations. First, single pillars along with the centerline of the carriageway, the second one was a combination of 2 pillars on the...
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    $8.38 billion Japanese fund to revamp transport system

    Yes, Sir, you are absolutely right. We have utilized ArcGIS shapefile to import in the CUBE software to do the "origin-destination"/ trip generation, trip distribution, Network analysis, and future traffic forecast. I have designed actually two elevated expressways. One is Dhaka Ashulia...
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    $8.38 billion Japanese fund to revamp transport system

    Vai, this is a huge map. The total size of the file is 7.23 GB. Typically, in the "para - mohalla" we still have 1 lane road. They utilized it to show existing 1- lane roads. Nothing serious.
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    Padma Rail Link Project: Chinese firm raises fund crunch alarm

    Ei jinishta amio dekhsi vai. Hudai Bangladesh ei Bangladesh oi niya pore thake. Amader problem ase, jani. But, sob jaygay er relevance khojar dorkar ta ki ase. Ei manustar sathe ageo amar torko hoise. Reference mante cayna, tal gas tar. Ki ekta obostha, vai!
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    $8.38 billion Japanese fund to revamp transport system

    Found it! Looks like the previous one and the following one (based on the revised strategic transportation plan (RSTP)) are the same.
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    $8.38 billion Japanese fund to revamp transport system

    Well, Bilal vai you are so nice as usual. Actually, you have already mentioned everything that I bear in my mind towards the Bangladeshi community here. I have found you guys compassionate, and supportive of each other. I do not contribute too much here as compared to you guys. However, I find...
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    $8.38 billion Japanese fund to revamp transport system

    I mean it's supposed to be. I have the actual map in GIS format. However, I do not have ArcGIS on my new laptop anymore. Please allow me some time so that I can verify more.
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    $8.38 billion Japanese fund to revamp transport system

    I have no idea what triggered you! I did not expect something like this. I posted this to double-check and know stuff here. Despite I have found some pointless slur spewing at me by you. Yes! 8-lane is overkill. We simulated the whole traffic situation in CUBE (I guess you do not know what it...
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    $8.38 billion Japanese fund to revamp transport system

    Are you sure brother? The news was talking about the south side of the outer ring road (previously it was called the east-west elevated expressway). Which was 57 ish kilometer when I designed back in 2016. AFAIK the alignment was not changed from what I had proposed to the BBA. Besides, we have...
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    How Bangladesh can reverse brain drain

    Let me share one big story with you. Indians are trying to push a bill a few days ago (S386). On top of all other crap, this bill will allow Indians to have no country cap for getting green cards. Indians have scammed the H1B sector so badly that it took more than 15 to 20 years for an Indian to...
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    How Bangladesh can reverse brain drain

    You won! I do not argue with a stupid person. Civil engineering is not under STEM. Wow! I have serious concerns about your education qualification right now. Please be happy with whatever you know. Do not quote me anymore. I do not want to talk with you.
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    How Bangladesh can reverse brain drain

    Wait, what? Are you f'ing serious? Brother, you are talking nonsense. Please check. Even I am feeling disgusted answering such a question.
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    How Bangladesh can reverse brain drain

    I can tell you my story. Two Indians have got rusticated for copying my report as is (if you know what is the term plagiarism means). Listen, I am not telling Indians are stupid. I am telling you that your observation is wrong. Based on my experience I could have said to you that all Indians...
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    How Bangladesh can reverse brain drain

    So true! There is a reason why almost all of my friends now settled abroad. I do not want to say all of them are selfish. Many of them actually tried to settle at home. As you said, utter negligence and underestimation from the local company forced them to leave their country. Trust me, our...
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    How Bangladesh can reverse brain drain

    You guys have a larger population. So, unnormalized statistics can show so much BS. It does not matter I am living in my fantasy or not, fact always stays fact. If you really studied in "2 premier institutes" in the USA then you would have known about the potential of Bangladeshi students...
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    How Bangladesh can reverse brain drain

    I feel sorry for you for not knowing the actual scenario here in the USA. In some school, professor prefers Bangladeshi graduate students (GRA) (especially from BUET) more than any. I can give an example of my department. There are three Bangladeshi students doing their Ph.D. here in the civil...
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    How Bangladesh can reverse brain drain

    I have worked with them on three projects. The Kanchpur, Meghna, and Gumti 2nd bridge project Indian engineers were appointed to do the steel girder design. They failed terribly, later the existing Japanese engineers from OC had to take over such responsibility. In the EBBIP project, Indian...
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    How Bangladesh can reverse brain drain

    I do not know about other sectors. However, in the civil engineering sectors, consultancy firms are leaning towards hiring Indian engineers (please read "crap") for two major reasons. 1st, Indian experts are cheap as compared to those from Australia or Japan. 2nd, foreign experts' salary scales...

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