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Monthly Archives: April 2018

‘Provide NIDs to expatriates’

This photo taken on Thursday, April 19, 2018 shows that speakers from various professions at a seminar in Dhaka are urging the election commission (EC) to provide National ID cards to the Bangladeshi expatriates on an immediate basis. Photo: Star/ Mohammad Al Masum Mollah Speakers at a seminar in Dhaka today urged the election commission to provide National ID cards to the Bangladeshi expatriates on an immediate basis. The Bangladeshi expatriates,

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2.49 lakh workers go abroad, Bangladesh receives remittance $4,530 million till April

Bangladesh has sent 2,49,528 workers overseas with employments and received USD 4,530.46 million as remittance till April 13 this year that contributed significantly in the socio-economic advancement of the nation. "The trend of overseas employment is gradually increasing due to the government's sincere efforts," Expatriates' Welfare and Overseas Employment Minister Nurul Islam BSc told BSS today. He said the overall manpower export from Bangladesh

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UAE signs agreement for hiring Bangladeshis

The UAE and Bangladesh on Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on facilitating recruitment of Bangladeshi nationals in the UAE. The agreement was signed in the presence of Nasser bin Thani Juma Al Hamli, Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation, and Nomita Haldar NDC, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Expatriate Affairs. Al Hamli praised the cooperation between the governments of the two friendly countries in various fields,

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Yet Another Dead Whale Is Grave Reminder Of Our Massive Plastic Problem

A Greenpeace Philippines representation of a dead whale from ingestion of plastic. A sperm whale was found washed ashore dead after swallowing 64 pounds of plastic debris. The male sperm whale was found on the Murcian coast in southern Spain in late February, reminding us how critical plastic waste in the oceans has become. After investigating, the El Valle Wildlife Rescue Center determined that the sperm whale was killed by gastric shock to its

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BASUG goes to Nepal to work on “Empowering women to adapt climate-change effects for sustainable growth”

Germany, 9 April 2018: BASUG will be working in Nepal on a project on “Empowering women to adapt climate change effects for sustainable growth” from April 2018 for the next 18 months. The Project being supported by the German development organisation, CIM-GIZ will create awareness and sensitize climate change issues, assist to adopt new strategies for crop production strategies with enhancing weather information service, engage Nepalese migrants

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