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May 2022

Metropolis FIDE Rating Chess Tournament -2021, Below 2100 Rating, Zone-1

Md Abzid Rahman became champion in the Metropolis FIDE Rating Chess Tournament -2021, Below-2100 Rating, Zone-1 held at the lounge of Shaheed Sheikh Kamal Auditorium of  NSC Tower of the National Sports Council. Abzid earned 7½ points to clinch the title. CM Md. Shawket Bin Osman Shaon became runner-up with the same points. Abzid and cM Shaon both earned the same points after the last round and Abzid became champion and CM Shaon became runner-up. Three players earned 7 points each, their positions are: 3rd- CM Mahtabuddin Ahmed, 4th-Md Masum Hossain, 5th-Mihir Lal  Das and 6th- Md Siddiuq Rahman.

Commerce Minister inaugurates ICC Bangladesh New Secretariat at Gulshan

Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi, M.P. inaugurated today (20 November 2021) the National Committee Secretariat of International Chamber of Commerce-Bangladesh (ICCB)-The World Business Organization at Gulshan.  In his inaugural address Mr. Munshi appreciated the role played by the business community in the overall development of the country and making Bangladesh today the fastest growing economy in the world. He wished that the business community together with the public sector will continue to work to fulfill the vision of Hon’ble P...

Bangladeshi Haleem gets US Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award

Bangladeshi American Mr. Shah Haleem has been accorded with the prestigious ‘Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award-2021’ by the US President Joe Biden and the White House.  He is the first Bangladeshi -American to receive such distinguished Presidential award in 2021 for his life long service to the community and volunteer services in the USA. Shah Haleem, a successful entrepreneur and real estate investor. He is an immediate former Chairperson of FOBANA, has served six years as the Chairperson of Bangladesh Association, Houston. He also served in city Mayors ...

Online Vs in-person class

Rabiul Alam, Dhaka
COVID-19 pandemic appeared as a black swan in the life of South Asian people like other parts of the world. Like other sectors, education was the sector worst hit by the pandemic. For health safety, every government of South Asian countries had to shut down all educational institutions in their respective countries for one year to one and a half years. Time was ticking away. Schools, colleges, and universities had to find an online education system to keep educational activities vibrant. From experiencing an absolute halt in educational activities to the hybrid model of learning, people coped up with the new normal. The task of adapting to this transformation was not easy for ...