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  • Pharma makes Framework

    29 September 2010

    In Bangladesh the pharmaceutical sector is one of the most developed hi-tech sectors which is contributing in the country’s economy. After the promulgation of Drug Control Ordinance – 1982, the development of this sector was accelerated. The professional...

  • Shaik Mujib's Six-point Programme

    23 September 2010

    In the 1970 National Assembly elections, the mandate of Sheikh Mujib-ur-Rahman's Awami League Party was based on a Six-Point Program of regional autonomy in a federal Pakistan. Sheikh Mujib-ur-Rahman had presented the Six-Point Program as the constitutional...

  • Pharma indsutry Stand July 2006

    29 September 2010

    Feedback| Helpdesk | Sign up | Login EDITORIAL END OF ROSIGLITAZONE past editorials ... SERVICES PHARMA TENDERS & PROJECTS Tenders&Enquiries Pharma Projects - NEW CORPORATE Company Profiles Corporate Results Corporate X-ray Pharmabiz Studies of Top Companies...

  • Bangladesh exportiert Automobile

    01 August 2010

    'Country can earn multi-billion dollars forex by exporting Dholaikhal- built automobile' DHAKA, April 19 (BSS) - Bangladesh could earn multi-billion US dollars foreign exchange by exporting automobile parts being built at the city's Dholaikhal to US market...

  • Mohammad Yunus

    18 Oktober 2010

    Muhammad Yunus (Bangla: মুহাম্মদ ইউনুস, pronounced Muhammôd Iunus ) (born 28 June 1940) is a Bangladeshi banker, economist and Nobel Peace Prize recipient. He previously was a professor of economics where he developed the concepts of microcredit and microfinance....

  • Modhubala (Mumtaj Begum Jahan Delavi) einst Top-Filmactress Indiens

    25 September 2010

    Madhubala Mumtaz Begum Jehan Dehlavi, known by her stage name Madhubala (Devnagari: मधुबाला) (14 February 1933 - 23 February 1969) was a popular Hindi movie actress. She starred in several successful movies in the 1950s and early 1960s, many of which...

  • Insuline

    29 September 2010

    Eskayef signs insulin deal with Novo Nordisk November 11, 2009 · http://www.thedailystar.net/newDesig...php?nid=113644 Eskayef signs insulin deal with Novo Nordisk Kawsar Khan The world’s biggest insulin maker Novo Nordisk yesterday signed a major deal...

  • Maqbol Fida Husain

    26 September 2010

    Last Updated: Friday, 21 March 2008, 09:14 GMT E-mail this to a friend Printable version Record US sale for Indian artist Husain painted 'Ganga-Yamuna' in 1971 A painting by one of India's best-known artists, Maqbool Fida Husain, has sold for a record...

  • Varieties of Cakes (made in Bangladesh)

    21 April 2010

    Description of black Forest-Cake Black Forest has layers of super lite chocolate sponge filled with non dairy whipped cream and dark cherries. The whole cake is iced with non-dairywhipped cream and topped with maraschino cherries and chocolate shavings....

  • Ustad Amzad Ali Khand

    24 September 2010

    Ustad Amjad Ali Khan One of the highly acclaimed Sarod players, Ustad Amjad Ali Khan is considered to be a maestro of the classical instrument Sarod. His contribution to the field of Indian classical music is immense. Ustad Amjad Ali Khan is the sixth...

  • The list of countries by GDP

    29 September 2010

    The list below is of countries of the world sorted by their gross domestic product (GDP), the value of all final goods and services produced within a nation in a given year. GDP dollar estimates here are derived from purchasing power parity (PPP) calculations,...

  • ICCIT

    29 September 2010

    HOME ICCIT About AUST Important Dates Contacts Important Links Home About ICCIT About AUST About Dhaka City Call for Papers Scope/Topics Submission of Papers Important Dates Committees Registration Details Venue Location Map Accommodation Contacts On...

  • A. R. Rahman

    24 September 2010

    A.R. Rahman Born on 6th January, 1966 in Chennai, India, A.R Rahman is one of the most versatile and talented playback singers as well as composers we have today. He was born as A.S Dileep Kumar who converted to Islam after being inspired by a Sufi saint....

  • Mughal-E-Azam

    29 September 2010

    Mughal-e-Azam (Hindi: मुग़ल-ए आज़म, Urdu: مغلِ اعظم, English: The Greatest of the Mughals) is a 1960 Indian epic film produced under the banner of Sterling Investment Corporation Pvt Ltd. ( a firm owned by Shapoorji Pallonji Mistry) and directed by K....

  • Iran's gesture

    30 September 2010

    August 22, 2010 The Iranian government would bankroll the cash-starved state-owned Eastern Refinery Limited (ERL) of Bangladesh for upgrading its crude oil refinery capacity three folds that would require investment worth nearly $1 billion, officials...

  • Project and prosperities

    30 September 2010

    Leading business conglomerate Beximco has set up a joint venture with a Saudi firm to invest nearly $1 billion to upgrade Bangladesh’s sole oil refinery. “Beximco and Marasel Company Ltd of Saudi Arabia will jointly submit interest for funding an upgradation...

  • Japan invited to set up special economic zone in Ctg or North Bengal

    22 November 2010

    Speakers at a business seminar on Monday invited Japanese investors to come up with large investment projects in Bangladesh, including factories for Japan's leading manufacturers, given that foreign investment is secured and highly profitable in the country....

  • Bangladesh wins first Asian Games gold medal

    27 November 2010

    Bangladesh has won a first-ever gold medal in the Asian Games, with its cricketers defeating Afghanistan in the Twenty20 competition in China. They defeated Afghanistan by five wickets in the men's final with just three balls to spare. Bangladesh restricted...

  • Cox's Bazar Sea Beach

    14 November 2010

    Cox's Bazar-the Longest Sea Beach of the World Cox's Bazar beach is the world's longest unbroken clean sandy beach. The 120 km length of the beach always attracts tourists from different parts of the world because of its smooth and soft carpeting of silvery...

  • Die Geschichte der Dhaka-Universität

    16 November 2010

    Establishment and the British era Dhaka University Central Students Union building It is believed that a combination of political, social and economic compulsions persuaded the government of India to establish a university at Dhaka 'as a splendid imperial...

  • Sundorbon (beautiful forest) in Bangladesh

    24 November 2010

    The Sundarbans are the largest littoral mangrove belt in the world, stretching 80km (50mi) into the Bangladeshi hinterland from the coast. The forests aren't just mangrove swamps though, they include some of the last remaining stands of the mighty jungles...

  • Doel, the national bird of Bangladesh

    20 April 2010

    Doel A sweet bird called doel is the national bird of Bangladesh. Its color is a mixture of black and white. The doel is small in size and fickle in movement. In rural area of Bangladesh the doel is frequently seen. One of the brightest features of the...

  • Mohammad Rafi

    24 September 2010

    Mohammed Rafi Mohammed Rafi formed an eternal part of Indian Music. Mohammed Rafi was a great Indian playback singer. The legendary singer took birth on Dec' 24, 1924 at Kotla Sultanpur (used to be the part of undivided Punjab). The singing career of...

  • Bangladesh no more aid-dependent country- Faruk Khan

    05 Dezember 2010

    Bangladesh is no more as an aid-dependent country like before rather it has now become a commercially potential country in the world, Commerce Minister Faruk Khan said on Saturday. “Bangladesh was one of the 12 countries that showed positive growth in...

  • Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission

    30 Januar 2011

    Bei uns hat es viel früher als viele Länder in Asien begonnen. W elcome T o B angladesh A tomic E nergy C ommission [Objective] [Facilities] [Role] [BAEC Complexes] [Contact Us] Role and Responsibility of Atomic Energy Commission: The Bangladesh Atomic...

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