Tuesday, 19 November, 2019, 10:33 AM
Haradhan Ganguly
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Mr. Haradhan Ganguly is a freelance contributor



Haradhan Ganguly
Sheikh Hasina at World Economic Forum in IndiaIs Bangladesh moving fast towards a high value and knowledge intensive society, otherwise crossing the boundaries of the export oriented RMG sector? That is, are we going beyond apparel manufacturing? Are we having a paradigm shift in our investment pattern according to changes? That was called out loud to the world, and particularly targeting Indian ...
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Youth unemployment and work cultureMy elder sister, running 75 of age, suddenly had met stroke attack and brought to Dhaka from Barisal to get admitted to a private hospital which is attached to a private medical college. She was successfully operated upon by a renowned neuron surgeon. But we observe, his team means he is only one, remaining an ...
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Deficit financing-is it on the right track?Question of deficit financing has always been judged by its getting into its extent of rationality to address the macro-economic variables-(a) unemployment (b) growth (c) interest rates (d) exchange rates and (e) inflation. But recently some critics are raising questions on our ongoing nature of deficit financing and to them it is imbalanced. Even Prime ...
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Revive social valuesThey were hemmed in by bystanders as if to enjoy shooting of a action movie and so there is no question at all to stand up to. So Rifat (25) of Barguna was being hacked to death in open daylight by assailants, sorry, artists as if to them. But the High Court strikes the first ...
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Will the cat kill the rat?Former Chinese President Deng Xiaoping once told that a cat is white or black that is not important, whether it kills the rat or not that is to be judged. Budget proposal of very fiscal year has a common characteristic: it does not go down. Or levying of value added tax on edible oils and ...
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Will job creation and private investment be addressed in upcoming budget?Surely we will see the coming budget will have its main focus on quality job creation given the present state of threatening joblessness. Then it will not only be responsive to much talked about SDGs implementation in the way of poverty reduction, but also our cherished growth will find answer to be meaningful being qualitative ...
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Commercialization of agriculture--that needs to add wheels to the dreamsCommercialization of agriculture has been a long nourished dream of our new agriculture minister Dr Abdur Razzak. He spelt it out in electronic media news recently. Our agriculture saw a revolution to turn Bangladesh into a country of food autarky, particularly in rice production within a decade. Once agriculture did support seven and a half ...
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Booming economy: Who will inherit the burden? What is just or what is ought to be either to realize mounting up default money from willfully powerful defaulters or shadowing them by lessening burden of public money by maneuvers. What is their opportunity cost judging with the benefit of the financial sectors or of the real economy in its true sense? Resorting to ...
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Looking for a quality growth: Comforts and discomforts of upcoming budgetBudget-20 is coming. It is deemed, all preparations to this end are in full swing. It will be the maiden presentation by the incumbent new finance minister. But will it focus something anew or having a breakthrough? Or how much scopes a budget could trail upon which long run edifice of the economy is to ...
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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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