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    Bangladesh raises fuel oil prices as much as 51.68%

    True, Subsidy is a very bad economic policy. Specially for Bangladesh whose tax revenue is very less. Instead other targeted pro-poor policy should be implemented which will increase their income to tackle the higher cost of fuel and foods. Subsidy subsidize poor and rich alike. Rich people...
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    Bangladesh’s economic indices rebound in July

    Bangladesh’s economic indices rebound in July Experts say it needs to maintain caution FE ONLINE DESK | Published: August 05, 2022 11:01:18 | Updated: August 05, 2022 14:22:07 -Representational Image The pressure on Bangladesh’s economy, generated by rising imports against...
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    Bangladeshi investors can set up fertiliser factories in Uzbekistan: PM Hasina

    This is the result of century long Russification. Before that, Central Asians had name more similar to Afghan or Pakistanis.
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    Demographic dividend: The clock is ticking

    Demographic dividend: The clock is ticking According to the preliminary census report, the percentage of people aged between 20-29 decreased since 2011, possibly foreshadowing a loss in demographic dividend. The Business Standard speculates the impacts Infographic: TBS Bangladesh's...
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    Whatever

    Unfortunately, Bangla movie production is very less (COVID-19 taken a toll as well) due to shortage of screens. During 1990s, around 1400 cinema hall existed, now it has came down to mere 100. The reasons being lack of quality movies made by Bangladeshi producers, lack of investment in upgrading...
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    BNP: Incorrect population size presented to show higher per capita income

    And this figure is a provisional data. In 2011 census, initial/provisional figured showed 142.3 million people which was raised to 149.8 million after adjustment. This time also the same thing will happen and final population figure will cross 170 million. Even after 2011 census BNP and some...
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    Bangladesh Outshone India. Now It Must Learn from its Neighbor.

    So, Rohingya refugees now used as representional image of Bangladesh?
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    What Bangladesh can teach others about development

    Girls education triggers a virtuous cycle which touch almost every parameter of social and economic development. African countries and as well as some Asian countries, first priority should be given to girls education. But unfortunately there is a big gender gap in secondary education in those...
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    What Bangladesh can teach others about development

    Opinion Bangladesh What Bangladesh can teach others about development Despite the country’s current financial difficulties, nations in Africa can learn from its rapid progress DAVID PILLING Add to myFT https://www.ft.com/content/9022be83-8a52-4b95-a213-951ecfb8335d Name a country with a...
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    Bangladesh Population and housing census 2022: Family planning paying dividends

    Population and housing census 2022: Family planning paying dividends Mohammad Al-Masum Molla Thu Jul 28, 2022 12:00 AM Last update on: Thu Jul 28, 2022 08:51 AM Bangladesh's population growth rate has slowed over the past four decades, a decline that experts attribute to massive family...
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    Goods worth $83.68b imported through LCs in FY’22

    It will reach $90 billion after getting the complete picture.
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    Arms purchase: Bangladesh is buying Turkey-made Bayraktar TB2 drone

    This is a very good acquisition. Hope it will be purchased in sufficient quantities. Despite all of the limelight air force get now a days, army manpower along with it's mechanized and armoured formation still the main fighting force decide the ultimate battle outcome. Here Bangladesh has a...
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    Arms purchase: Bangladesh is buying Turkey-made Bayraktar TB2 drone

    Now the largest paper in Bangladesh reporting this. https://en.prothomalo.com/bangladesh/city/d7cegest9n Bangladesh to purchase Turkish fighter drone Raheed Ejaz Dhaka Published: 24 Jul 2022, 12: 32 Bayraktar TB2Baykar Technology Bangladesh is set to purchase a Turkish combat drone --...
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    Moscow wants Dhaka to join Russian alternative to SWIFT

    So, Russia does not want to sink alone!
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    What caused overpopulation in Pakistan?

    Bangladesh is a fertile deltaic country with ample fresh water and agriculture. So naturally it can support more people per sq. km than any other geographic feature. This is not the case with Pakistan. Baluchistan is a big desert, here goes 45 percent land of Pakistan. Half of Sindh is also...
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    Startup boom in Bangladesh

    Startup boom in Bangladesh Tasmim Sultana | Published: July 20, 2022 13:56:41 Bangladesh is one of the fastest developing nations in the world with 62 per cent of the population under the age of 35. Being the 39th largest economy with an impressive annual GDP growth rate of around 6.5 per...
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    Bangladesh sets $67 billion export target for current fiscal year

    These things are not popular in Bangladesh like India. I do not see everyday people using these stuffs nor I find shops showcasing these products prominently.
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    Newborn comes to world only to see parents, sister killed in road accident

    Newborn comes to world only to see parents, sister killed in road accident Photo: Collected " style="box-sizing: inherit; outline: none; cursor: pointer;"> Photo: Collected A couple and their six-year-old daughter were killed after being hit by a truck while crossing the Dhaka-Mymensingh...
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    Indian Army chief Gen Pande leaves for Bangladesh on 3-day visit

    It seems Indians change their Army, Air force, Navy chief frequently and these type of visit in BD happen almost every month by them. What are the underlying motives for such frequent visit?
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    Bangladesh to provide another 26,000 houses to poor families

    Bangladesh to provide another 26,000 houses to poor families Staff Correspondent, bdnews24.com Published: 18 Jul 2022 03:03 PM BdST Updated: 18 Jul 2022 03:03 PM BdST PreviousNext Thousands of families will finally have a place to live as the government is set to distribute...

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