An experience not to forget!

  Kindness and courtesy are at the root of a positive customer service experience, said Shep Hyken, a customer service expert, author, and speaker. Some say good or great customer service goes something like this:   “A customer is the most important visitor, Thursday, December 21st, 2017

Digital World 2017 showcases the best of tech in BD

  The ‘Digital World 2017’, the biggest ICT exposition in Bangladesh, concluded on December 9, drawing overwhelming response as more than five lakh people, mostly youths, visited the four-day event.   With its slogan ‘Ready For Tomorrow’, the IT exposition started on December Thursday, December 21st, 2017

Glen T. Martin on the need for a Federation of the Earth

  The dream for a world state in place of today’s multiple states based on nationalities that are in conflict with one another is very old. Many people thought about this. There is in fact no alternative to establishing a world Thursday, December 7th, 2017

Lending a hand for help

How SWAC is like an oasis in the desert for those suffering from autism in Bangladesh   Bangladesh currently has a handful of autism schools, which caters to the needs of those suffering from autism. But this wasn’t the case 20 years Thursday, December 7th, 2017

Reception on Romanian Day held

  A reception to mark the annual Romanian National Day was celebrated in Bangladesh on Saturday, December 2, at the Baridhara residence of Enayetullah Khan, Honorary Consul of Romania in Bangladesh and Editor-in-Chief of Dhaka Courier and UNB.   Eminent businessmen, diplomats, editors, Thursday, December 7th, 2017

The last and the greatest

  On the auspicious day of Eid-e-Miladunnabi we celebrate the birthday of the holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) whose chequered life has a special significance not only to the world of Islam but to the whole of mankind. For Thursday, November 30th, 2017

To preserve our diversity, we must recognize it first

  How SEHD and its partners brought together far-flung communities under one roof at their Rangpur Convention, giving voice to challenges of marginality and exclusion.   The marginal and excluded people of Bangladesh—approximately eight million—are among the poorest of the poor. While Bangladesh Thursday, November 30th, 2017

Speakers at TEDxDhaka 2017 stress unity “for rendering a better tomorrow”

  Speakers at a city conference on November 18 stressed on the urgency for coming together in order to frame a better future for the country.   Speaking at the 6th annual TEDxDhaka conference, 12 experts in their respective fields were invited to Thursday, November 23rd, 2017

Marching towards the dark side

  Bangladeshi youngsters trapped in digital quicksand that is the “Blue Whale Challenge”   A suicide here, an identification there – that is the recent state of affairs regarding the new internet sensation, albeit of the wrong kind. The outreach of a Russian-made Thursday, October 19th, 2017

War and the Prize: How Some Nobel Laureates Turn Away From Peace

  Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi is the latest in a long line of Nobel Peace Prize laureates to disappoint many of those who once applauded her, and probably won’t be the last, a cautionary tale for the 2017 laureate Wednesday, October 4th, 2017
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