April 19, 2024
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  • Artificial rainfall plans in drought prone areas

    Staff Correspondent : According to a United Nations survey, Bangladesh ranks seventh in the Asia Pacific region in terms of groundwater extraction. And 90 percent of water extracted from underground is used for irrigation. After Dhaka, the water level is falling rapidly in the northern districts of the country. The…

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  • Submarine cables under sea damaged by Houthi attacks

    International Desk : Yemen’s Houthi forces have carried out multiple attacks targeting undersea internet cables. It has greatly disrupted the communication between Asia and Europe. At least four submarine cables under the Red Sea have been damaged, the New York Post reported, citing Israeli media Globes. These have disrupted Djibouti’s…

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  • Genese Solution launches its operations in Nigeria 

    Industry Desk: Genese Solution, a leading value IT consulting company based in the UK, has launched its operations in Nigeria. With a commitment to delivering cutting-edge cloud solutions and fostering digital transformation, Genese Solution is poised to make significant contributions to Nigeria’s flourishing IT sector. Regarded as Africa’s largest ICT market,…

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  • 11,000 complaints against mobile cos

    Staff Correspondent : In 2023, more than 11,000 complaints were made by customers against the country’s mobile phone operator companies. These complaints have been submitted to the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC). The regulator said that 76 per cent of complaints have been resolved within a year. However, the assessment…

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  • Teletalk facing network scarcity

    Customers scraping Teletalk SIMs Staff Correspondent : Under a photocard of the ‘Minute Bundle’ offer recently posted on Teletalk’s verified official Facebook page, a Teletalk SIM customer named Eamon complained, “I have SIM but can’t get network because there is no tower.” So, I can’t use Teletalk SIM.Another person named…

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  • Technology to be discussed in 2024

    Industry Desk: Last year in the world of technology was in discussion for many reasons. One of the talking points in the tech sector in 2023 was artificial intelligence, which was sparked by the rise of emerging technologies such as generative AI and chatGPT. On the other hand, the debate…

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  • More engineers than doctors in country

    Staff Correspondent: Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) survey revealed the country’s fragile health care system. In the publication entitled Census 2022, the organization has shown that the number of doctors and dentists in the country is only 179,160 people. And the population of the country is 16 crore 98 lakh…

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  • Nepali engineers develop fintech software

    Industry Desk: ‘Gandalf Insight’, an innovative Artificial Intelligence (AI)/ Machine Learning (ML) application, developed by Nepali IT engineers is being showcased at the AWS– world’s largest cloud computing conference- taking place in the US city of Las Vegas.The software brings the power of AI to dashboard creation. It is designed…

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  • NASA registers summer ‘23 as hottest on record

    Industry Desk: The summer of 2023 was Earth’s hottest since global records began in 1880, NASA announced on Thursday.The months of June, July, and August combined were 0.41 degrees Fahrenheit (0.23 degrees Celsius) warmer than any other summer in NASA’s record, and 2.1 degrees Fahrenheit (1.2 Celsius) warmer than the…

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  • Rising cost of data breaches: Call for stronger cybersecurity measures

    Simran Lageju: The average cost of a data breach has soared to an unprecedented level, reaching an astonishing USD 4.45 million.  This represents a 15.3% increase since 2020, according to IBM’s ‘The Cost of a Data Breach Report 2023.’ The increasing financial costs of data breaches highlight the urgent need…

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