September 30, 2022
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  • Residential hotels safe haven for criminals

    Staff Correspondent: Criminals are using residential hotels as a safe haven for committing various types of crimes hiding their real identities.Crimes ranging from drug trade, immoral activities and gambling to cheating and murder are taking place in residential hotels in various parts of the country, including the capital.It is alleged…

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  • Tigers should increase in coming days

    Industry Desk: International Tiger Day or World Tiger Day celebrated yesterday to make people aware of the dangers and problems faced by tigers around the globe.The cutting down of trees which causes loss of habitat, illegal trading and hunting are some of the prime factors behind the declining population of…

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  • ‘Govt working for dev of tea industry in Panchagarh’

    Panchagarh Correspondent: Bangladesh Tea Board (BTB) Chairman Major General Md Ashraful Islam has said the government is working relentlessly for development of the emerging tea industry in Panchagarh region. “An initiative has been taken to set up a tea auction center in Panchagarh subject to the development of required infrastructures,”…

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  • Malta achieves highest 6 pc GDP in Europe

    Enayet Karim back from Malta: In 2022, real GDP growth is forecast to reach at 6% against 4.9% target, which is higher than projected in spring, given the expected stronger gains in the services sector, although tampered by the negative impacts of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Growth in 2022 is…

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  • BD-Russia to strengthen tourism sector

    Diplomatic Correspondent: Bangladesh and Russia are exploring ways to strengthen cooperation in the tourism sector.A webinar titled “New horizons for Bangladesh-Russia Tourism Relationship through new dimensions of tourism cooperation with Murmansk Region” was held Saturday.The event was organised by the Committee on Tourism of Murmansk with the support of the…

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  • Air passenger decreasing for high jet fuel price

    Mahfuz Emran: The price of jet fuel used in aircraft was Tk 46 per liter two years ago. Now the price per liter of the same fuel is set by the government at Tk 130. In this way, the price of jet fuel has increased by about 183 percent in…

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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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