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BD pvt sector keen to invest in Nepal’s hydropower projectsBangladesh's private sector wants to tap the business opportunity of Nepal's hydropower through investing money in some hydropower projects there.Bangladesh-Nepal Joint Steering Committee (JSC) meeting will discuss the issue in its meeting scheduled to be held on March 8 and 9 in Nepalese Capital Kathmandu."Bangladesh Chamber of commerce and Nepal's Chamber of Commerce have expressed ...
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BD’s pvt sector keen to invest in Nepal’s hydropower projectsBangladesh's private sector wants to tap the business opportunity of Nepal's hydropower through investing money in some hydropower projects there.Bangladesh-Nepal Joint Steering Committee (JSC) meeting will discuss the issue in its meeting scheduled to be held on March 8 and 9 in Nepalese Capital Kathmandu."Bangladesh Chamber of commerce and Nepal's Chamber of Commerce have expressed ...
Saudi plan to invest several billion dollars
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BD-KSA meet tomorrow to focus on businessThe upcoming two-day Joint Commission Meeting (JCM) between Bangladesh and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) will focus on business and trade between the two countries. The meeting is scheduled to be held from 12 and 13 February.The meeting is expected to explore business opportunities of Saudi Arabians here to attract huge investment in Bangladesh."The ...
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Demand for consumer affairs ministryConsumers' Association of Bangladesh (CAB) has suggested that the government establish a separate ministry (like Consumers' Affairs Ministry in India) to address consumers' issues, especially energy and power in proper manner.It also asked the government to establish a "Price Stabilizing Fund" to avoid fuel price shock or stop BERC's move to increase tariff every year."We ...
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EVM lets down some senior citizen votersA large number of voters faced debacle in casting ballots through Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) in Dhaka City Corporation polls on Saturday.Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) KM Nurul Huda and Gano Forum President Dr Kamal Hossain also faced the same difficulty at the IES School and College at Uttara centre and at the Viqarunnisa Noon School ...
There is no shortage of the fuel, says Nasrul Hamid
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BPC rations diesel sales as stock depletesBangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC) has started rationing diesel as the reserve of the fuel oil has decreased in the peak irrigation season."We asked the distributors to give customers half of their requirements," a senior official of BPC told the Daily Observer on Monday.According to him the customers want to lift more or double the amount ...
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Talks with Myanmar on return of Rohingyas likely in MarchThe fifth round of negotiation between Bangladesh and Myanmar on the repatriation of Rohingyas is likely to start in March."We have sent a letter to the Myanmar's ministry concerned to start talks as soon as possible. We are waiting for the nod of the Myanmar government in this regard," a senior official of the Foreign ...
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ICJ decision on Rohingya genocide tomorrowThe International Court of Justice (ICJ) will deliver its decision tomorrow (January 23) whether it will impose provisional measures to protect the Rohingyas against further harm by ordering Myanmar to stop all its genocidal conducts immediately. Prior to the decision, the Myanmar government on Tuesday made a report public on the issue saying that there ...
Automated Meter Reading System
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Utility agencies squeeze small users while let bulk consumers go freeThe utility agencies are reluctant to introduce 'Automated Meter Reading System (AMRS)' for preparing accurate billing for the bulk consumers, although the agencies automated the system for the retailers through imposing 'pre-paid metering system' across the country.The small unit users of the utility agencies are unduly controlled by the agencies as they imposed different charges ...
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ICJ ruling on Rohingya genocide Jan 23 People are waiting to see the decision of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on January 23 on whether emergency measures should be imposed on Myanmar over alleged genocide against the Rohingya Muslims.Peoples' aspiration has taken up a new momentum on Wednesday when the Gambian government tweeted that the decision is going to come on ...
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