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PM invites Saudi entrepreneurs to invest in BD

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Riyadh: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday invited Saudi entrepreneurs to invest in Bangladesh for mutual benefits as both the countries lag behind in exploiting their full potentials of trade and investment opportunities.
"We can join hands in our journey of shared profit and prosperity. I assure you of my government's full support and cooperation," she said.
The Prime Minister said this while holding a meeting with the Saudi business community, including leaders of...
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BNP slams proposed broadcast law

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Staff Reporter

BNP on Wednesday alleged that the government is going to make broadcast law after formulating the Digital Security Act to completely annihilate the media and make people dumb."It's another dangerous black law to eliminate media and make people dumb," said BNP senior joint...
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Govt reduces charge of MNP service

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The government has reduced the cost of Mobile Number Portability (MNP) service that enables the customers to switch to different operators without changing their existing mobile phone numbers, from Tk 157.50 to Tk 57.50.
After its initial launch on October 1, the charge for MNP...
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Cabinet body okays river transit facility to India

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Cabinet Committee on Public Purchase on Wednesday approved a number of procurement proposals including awarding a contract for development of fairway from Sirajganj to Daikhowa river route to facilitate the river transit offered to neighboring India.
As per a tender proposal placed...
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20-party alliance still intact: BNP

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BNP on Wednesday claimed that the 20-party alliance still remains intact as only a few leaders of its two com-ponents quit the coalition in a bid to make their 'personal gains'.
"The 20-party didn't face any split. Only a few leaders left the alliance, but their parties are with...
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