June 27, 2022
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  • Enchanting beauty of Kadam flowers

    Kadam (Neolamarckia cadamba, burflower tree) is a common tree in Bangladesh. The flower comes during the rainy months and continues to bloom throughout the season. Kadam flower is one of the beautiful flowers.The round, golf-ball-sized flowers are colored between yellow and orange, and all around the surface of this dense…

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  • Development of tourism is
    must for attaining SDGs

    Staff Correspondent: At least 6 goals of the SDGs are directly and the rest are indirectly related to tourism. Therefore, if tourism is not flourished, the achievement of sustainable development goals by 2030 will be hampered. Hence, it’s a must to develop tourism for Bangladesh.Speakers made this remark at the…

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  • Ashura Beel mega project to
    be Amazon of North Bengal

    — 50,000 new jobs to be created— Tk 1,000 cr revenue to be earned Mahfuja Mukul: The government has chalked out another mega project in Dinajpur for the development of Ashura Beel as a tourist spot and economic zone with a cost of Tk 1200 crore, to be implemented in…

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  • Sajek Valley fetches annually
    Tk 12,000 cr in tourism trade

    Lokman Hossain: The picturesque Sajek Valley has become a popular domestic tourist haunt, gradually uplifting livelihood standards of local communities. At least Tk 12,000 crore trading been conducted in Sajek annually, which is a big boom of tourism sector of Bangladesh.The valley, in Sajek union under Baghaichhari sub-district in Rangamati,…

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  • Tourism sees ray again

    Golam Mostafa Jibon: Despite a two-year health ban over Corona pandemic, a new horizon is getting started in the tourism sector of the country centering the immediate past Eid-ul-fitr.Meanwhile, the presence of millions of tourists in some tourist spots of the country centering holidays of the Eid-ul-Fitr has surpassed all…

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  • Sajek faces severe food crisis

    Lokman Hossain from Khagrachari: Scenic Sajek, the remotest union of Bangladesh in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT), is undergoing a severe food crisis despite its huge development and tourism boom. This has been attributed to low yield from jhum cultivation, practiced by the indigenous people living in this mountainous area,…

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  • Tk 8,000cr to be extorted
    during Eid travels: JKS

    Industry Desk: Bangladesh Jatri Kalyan Samity has said holidaymakers will have to pay an extreme amount of fare for travelling across the country during this Eid season.In the process, transport owners will collect some Tk8,000 crore in extra fares from passengers during these Eid trips, said the Samity’s Secretary General…

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  • Tourism sector incurs Tk 60,000 crore loss

    1.5 lakh people lost jobs Staff Correspondent: The country’s hospitality and tourism sector has suffered a loss of Tk 60,000 crore due to the Covid-19 epidemic. Besides, about 1 lakh 41 thousand people in this sector have lost their jobs.This information was given in the research report titled ‘The Covid-19…

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  • 16 officials want to spend Tk 1.4 cr for EU-US tour

    To learn water management Zarif Mahmud: The Netherlands is a suitable country for the National Water Management Plan (NWMP). But for this work it has been proposed to travel Europe-America-Australia. Expenditure for training abroad has been estimated at Tk 1.40 crore for 17 officers tour to US and Europe. There…

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  • Tourism under threat for Rohingyas

    Staff Correspondent: The tourism industry in Cox’s Bazar is under serious threat due to the increasing movement of Rohingyas. Especially, after the Rohingyas took refuge in Ukhiya Teknaf, its negative impact on the tourism industry of the district is being observed.Security crisis, drug aggression, kidnapping and other effects have become…

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