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Haradhan Ganguly
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Mr. Haradhan Ganguly is a freelance contributor



Haradhan Ganguly
PM's response to planning commission study: Bridge the gapGovernment is going to create 15 million jobs for the educated youths in the next five years. The Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said this in her maiden address to the nation following the formation of her new government earlier of the last month. Her mode of voicing echoed as if it is mandatory to her ...
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Rice price puzzle: How far farmers from millers, retailers and consumers?Our new food minister Mr Shadhan Chandra Majumder is thinking to bring a change in food procurement policy where interests of real producers, millers and traders are to be kept high and balanced. For ensuring competitive price at producer level and sound competition among other players in food markets, the minister wants to invigorate the ...
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Keep commitment to 'none be left behind'Our democracy again proved its holy stance in favour of forces that are politically destined to hold the spirit of liberation of Bangladesh to be the beacon of their every strides. Four times being the prime Minister in a democratic process, Sheikh Hasina is becoming the apt symbol of that sanctimonious task. In her jump ...
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A pseudo neutrality and financial sector judgmentThose who are dreaming for or opted for a body politic to be a hundred per cent faultless have been living far off reality and in a heaven of fairy tales. Even their stance is guided by their subtle party centric upbringing of political philosophy. It might lie near or remote. In the absence of ...
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Higher growth with rising inequalities concern usDuring Pakistan regime, we fought against much talked about 22 families in our long democratic movements. They were millionaires and excoriated for amassing wealth by depriving the rest of the people of Pakistan. It had been seen as a wide disparity raging our economic and social fabrics to an alarming state. But what a surprise, ...
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BIMSTEC,  turning reality into ritualDoes it prove to say that bilateralism is becoming more enviable success over the much talked about regional integration or so to say cooperation, particularly when we see South Asia from the ambit of regional cooperation? Even trilateral efforts get fruitful construct, not to speak of bilateralism. Not only political diversity, mistrust among the states ...
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The dark economy of transport anarchyWhy a week, why not the traffic week be observed throughout 48 weeks of the year? To flout rules is our very instinct. Keeping us within an abiding legal structure appears to be real challenge. Pedestrians, drivers, transport owners and related law enforcing bodies must be held accountable for all their actions. Enacting good laws ...
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You are the sky, you are the abodeThe role of Bangabandhu is churning out into deep rooted multi-dimensional spheres with each passing day. History is yet to unveil in its totality. Still our evaluation is typified with our limited knowledge of history. With the passage of time it has become clear that Bangabandhu is the message of Bangladesh. This is not emotional ...
New Monetary Policy 19
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Declining private credit is not suited for employmentWhen Central bank authority declares a new monetary policy, definitely it has hope for its accuracy in the go for implementation and for having its control over financial intermediaries.  The debate on whether it is "expansionary" or "contractionary" gets less weighted upon, if financial sector remains disarray. Then declaration of monetary policy statement (MPS) seemingly ...
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Dollar reserve is threatened to be declinedDays are passing very fast to start a new ground for upcoming budget implementation. At this moment two troubles are giving vexation to policy maker so far external and internal economists are concerned. One is current account deficit continues to break record in the external expenditure. The resultant impact is to get minimised dollar reserve ...
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