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Bangladesh’s traditional fabric Jamdani festival begins

A five-week Jamdani Festival 2019 was jointly organised by the National Crafts Council of Bangladesh (NCCB) and Bengal Foundationat Bengal Shilpalay in Dhanmondi. A weaver crafts Jamdani at the Jamdani Festival 2019 in Dhaka, on Friday, Sept 6. Photo: Md Abu Sufian Jewel/UNB Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni (far right) and President of the World Crafts Council Asia-Pacific Region Dr ... Read More »

S Korea interested to invest in Bangladesh’s ports, shipping

South Korea has expressed their interest to invest in the development of Bangladesh’s shipping sector, especially in the establishment of Chittagong Port’s Bay-terminal and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal. The country has informed Bangladesh about their interest in these sectors during a meeting between Bangladesh’s state minister for shipping Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury and South Korea’s ocean and fisheries minister Moon ... Read More »

Bangladesh’s first bike stunt reality show begins

Culture Desk According to a press release, the reality show, which is meant to thrill and give adrenaline rush to its viewers, will showcase Wheelie, Stoppie, Burn Out, Circle, Human Compass and many other stunts known to the motorcycle community Bangladesh’s first bike stunt reality show, titled Pulsar StuntMania, began its telecast on Friday. The episodes will air only on ... Read More »

Bangladesh’s first iron ore mine discovered in Dinajpur

Dinajpur, June 18 (UNB) – For the first time in Bangladesh, a magnetite (iron ore) mine has been discovered at Isabpur village in Hakimpur upazila of the district, bringing new hopes for the country’s economy. The Geological Survey of Bangladesh (GSB) made the groundbreaking announcement on Tuesday morning following extensive examinations after drilling a well for two months. A 400-foot ... Read More »

US$ 10m Adaptation Fund to be spent in Bangladesh’s islands

The Adaptation Fund, for the first time, has approved a US$ 10 million for Bangladesh aiming to enhance resilience of vulnerable communities of small coastal and riverine islands. The allocation would be spent through a project titled ‘Adaptation Initiative for Climate Vulnerable Offshore Small Island and Riverine Charland in Bangladesh’, jointly implemented by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate ... Read More »