Wafiur Rahman

Bangladesh and BPO: What could’ve been and should’ve been
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  Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) refers to the act of transferring some of an organization’s repeated non-core and core business processes to an outside provider to achieve cost reductions while

Alamgir Khan

The sins of Bush and Blair
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  In his State of the Union speech on 29 January 2002 President George W. Bush said, “North Korea is a regime arming with missiles and weapons of mass destruction

Courier Report

Bangladesh, Australia discuss ways to widen cooperation
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  Bangladesh and Australia have discussed the avenues of cooperation between the two countries and laid emphasis on joint efforts to further ‘strengthening and widening’ the cooperation in the days

Quazi Monzila Sultana and Samantha Shahrin

Our excluded and marginalised should not be left behind – Speakers say at a national workshop
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  There are a great number of excluded and marginalized communities in Bangladesh. The excluded and marginalized communities can be put into two categories. The first category remaining excluded for

AKM Moinuddin

What message John Kerry carrying for Dhaka?
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  Bangladesh and the United States share a vision for an inclusive, secure, and prosperous future. We know the United States recognized Bangladesh on April 4, 1972, in a press

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Art exhibition pits Bangabandhu’s values against terror, militancy

  A 13-day special group art exhibition, titled ‘Art Against Terrorism – BRAVE HEART’, began at Gallery Cosmos in the
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Travel Innovators: These new travel companies defy travel guide stereotypes

  Bangladesh, according to World Trade Organization, could generate up to $9 billion of foreign exchange and create 4 million
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Group art exhibition and its companion book on Bangabandhu pits his values against terror, militancy

  A 13-day special group art exhibition, titled ‘Art Against Terrorism – BRAVE HEART’, kicked off with the simultaneous launching
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Blending of spontaneity with subtle abstraction

  Monirul Islam steps in 73   Bangladeshi expatriate painter Monirul Islam’s artworks are easily recognisable as he can translate
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Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation MoU for modernising public libraries

  An MoU was signed between the British Council and Central Public Library on August 16 at the seminar room
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Legendary precursors of Bangladeshi Cinema remembered

  August 18 was the 67th birth anniversary of thespian Selim Al Deen. Dhaka Theatre had arranged a two day
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Golden Fibre outshines the rest

  Many farmers are shifting to jute cultivation due to losses stemming from what they term ‘unfair’ prices of other
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Iqbal’s musing on the uncertainty exhibited in Osaka

  Mohammad Iqbal appeared in the Dhaka art scene in the 1990s with his strong philosophical themes and experimental paintings.
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Kamar wins production fund in Locarno Film Festival

  “Day After Tomorrow” by Kamar Ahmad Simon has won the top prize in the “Open Door Hub” programme as
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Tapan, Akram receive Rabindra Puruskar 2016

  Renowned Tagore artiste Tapan Mahmud and noted Tagore exponent Syed Akram Hossain received this year’s Rabindra Puruskar-2016 of Bangla
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