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  • Bangladesh ranks 3rd in producing Sweetwater fish

    Staff Correspondent: Bangladesh ranked third in producing freshwater fish, behind China and India. The South Asian nation is now also the third biggest aquaculture producer in the world.Apart from Bangladesh, India, Myanmar and Uganda are among the top four countries in the world where freshwater fish production increased.The Food and…

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  • Suffering mounts to get train tickets

    Staff Correspondent: On the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha, a huge crowd of ticket seekers was noticed at Kamalapur Railway Station on the second day as well as on the first day to get advance train tickets.Tickets for the second day of Eid for homebound people started at 8 am yesterday.Visiting the…

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  • Digital cattle market poses brisk business

    Eid-ul-Azha approaching fast Golam Mostafa Jibon: Like the previous years, this year the e-commerce entrepreneurs are expecting to carrying brisk business of sacrificial animal selling and purchasing through online or digital platform.Due to clutch of corona pandemic in the last years, bulk number of people across the country has already…

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  • Padma Bridge to increase growth

    Special Correspondent: Pushing back all obstacles, the dream bridge built on the banks of the Padma was opened on June 25. The bridge will contribute 1.23 percent to the country’s GDP growth. And the GDP of the south-west will increase by 2.3 percent.With the launch of the Padma Bridge, 21…

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  • Padma Bridge: The Dream comes true

    Staff Correspondent: Bangladesh yesterday witnessed its dream coming true as Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina opened its longest bridge, overcoming three pronged challenges – financial, engineering and political.Sheikh Hasina inaugurated the bridge on one of world’s mightiest rivers connecting southwestern Bangladesh with the capital and other parts while both the streams…

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  • Padma Bridge now stands on mighty river: PM

    Staff Correspondent: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday called the Padma Bridge as a “symbol of pride, honour and ability” of Bangladesh as the much-hyped bridge now stands on the mighty Padma river confronting all the conspiracies.“Ignoring many obstacles and breaking the web of conspiracy, yesterday the much-desired bridge stands on…

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  • Tk 90,000 cr to be earned by 35 yrs

    Padma Multipurpose Bridge Golam Mostafa Jibon: The inauguration of Padma Multipurpose Bridge has not only opened the door of vehicular movement, it has also opened the door of country’s economic development along with recoup the construction cost.Concerned people are expecting that Tk 90,000 crore will be earned by next 35…

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  • Flood-hit people cry for relief

    Staff Correspondent: People in several flood-affected areas of Kurigram, Jamalpur, Kishoreganj, Sylhet, Sunamganj, Netrokona, Habiganj, and surrounding districts are crying for relief as authorities scramble to help over two lakh stranded survivors even a week after the natural disaster.The main rivers including Brahmaputra are flowing 37 cm above the danger…

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  • Padma Bridge takes Bangladesh out of dependency: PM

    Staff Correspondent: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said successful construction of the much-awaited Padma Bridge with own finance helped Bangladesh to come out of dependency on others to conduct the country’s development programmes.“Some people of our country have a perception or mentality that we can’t do anything without money of…

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  • Floods affect Aus on 56,000 hectares land

    Staff Correspondent: Agriculture Minister Dr Abdur Razzaque yesterday said the ongoing floods have so far affected the Aus paddy of around 56,000 hectares of land across the country.“Now there is no major crop in the field. Even so, the ongoing floods have affected Aus paddy of 22,000 hectares of land…

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