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  • GP Accelerator prepares to launch its second batch

    GP Accelerator prepares to launch its second batch

    SD Asia, in partnership with Grameenphone Ltd, is going to start its 2nd batch for the GP Accelerator program.

  • Conference on CBA at IUB

    Conference on CBA at IUB

    The concluding session of the 10th International Conference on Community Based Adaptation (CBA 10) was held on April 28 at Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) campus, in Bashundhara residential area.

  • What is work? Baby don’t hurt me!

    What is work? Baby don’t hurt me!

    Work. Employment. Income. Identity – Words that don’t mean much on their own but end up having a big impact on our lives.

  • ‘Coastal embankments urgently needed’

    ‘Coastal embankments urgently needed’

    Rights groups have urged the government to take immediate measures to build embankments on the coastal areas of Bangladesh to protect people and land from sea level rise and tidal surges. A human chain was organised in front of the National Press Club yesterday by 16 coastal area rights organisations to call for embankments in

  • Unfounded hope for high fish yield behind Sundarbans fire

    Unfounded hope for high fish yield behind Sundarbans fire

    Some influential people engaged in fishing often set fire to bushes and plants of the Sundarbans mangrove forest under Chandpai range as they think that the particular ashes attract more fishes. The specific spot where the recent incidents of fire broke out is relatively higher than the nearby areas, but it goes under water in

  • Deadline for biometric SIM registration likely to extend

    Deadline for biometric SIM registration likely to extend

    The government is likely to extend the deadline for biometric SIM re-registration as only 65% of the active SIMs were registered until Thursday amid concerns that the fingerprint data could be misused by the mobile operators. “The decision on whether to increase the deadline will be announced tomorrow [today],” State Minister for Posts and Telecommunications

  • Xulhaz’s mother still doesn’t know the truth

    Xulhaz’s mother still doesn’t know the truth

    Xulhaz Mannan’s mother Sakhina Khatun witnessed her son getting hacked to death. She herself was injured trying to stop the killers. The 76-year-old retired teacher who has a faltering memory now only remembers the incident infrequently, and at those moments her family placates her with the lie that Xulhaz is alive and has gone abroad

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