Check out Traditional Locations During Bangladesh Travel

These places just promote enough.A vacation in Bangladesh would be no less with the right option of places.Bangladesh takes a trip is not finished without viewing its historical places. Several historical websites are well maintained in Bangladesh, as the remains of spectacular ancient typical monuments and places. Historical history of the nation seems to remain in the middle of Bangladesh even these days. Even though Bangladesh has many known historical places, here are the top five places regarded as the nation’s pride:

Dhaka – has the biggest variety of ancient websites in Bangladesh. Here are a different variety of mosques, warts, chapels, fortresses, monasteries and ancient recreational areas where the record of Bangladesh designed. Bangladesh also has a variety of galleries, where historical relics are kept tranquil and well. Dhaka is the middle of culture in Bangladesh has almost all the nation’s record.

Rajshahi – Pahapur, a little town, about five kilometers European of the Jamalganj higher Rajshahi section is. This is where the biggest known monastery remains places. Pahapur is a 17 100 years historical source has a finish of 24 hectares of area. It is a pyramidal forehead, with its structure just like that of South Oriental. Patio Analysis Museums also designed here, where you can get a look of the relics excavated from the remains of the monastery. A trip to this town is a must during Bangladesh take a trip.

Bogra – Mahasthangarh, recognized being the most ancient historical website in Bangladesh. On the European financial institution of the stream Karotoa, about 18 kilometers north of the town of Bogra. It can be quickly achieved by any trips because it is over Bogra, Rangpur Hi-Way. This ancient website was designed again in 2500 BC Guests can also look at the Art gallery Mahasthangarh which has a wide selection of items in the town.

Dinajpur – Navaratna forehead, regarded the most complicated among the ancient wats of Bangladesh. The forehead was designed in 1752 under the help of Maharaja Pran Nath of Dinajpur, was at first a Navaratna forehead, stuffed with high-class four decorative area systems on two surfaces and the method on the third ground.

Comilla – Mainamati, placed about 8 kilometers European of Comilla. Here are the two historical mountains known as edge-Lalmai Mainamati considered to have more than 50 ancient Buddhist negotiations from 8 to 12 100 years AD

These websites are the five significant historical websites in Bangladesh. This is a nation known for its lifestyle and its amazing record is well maintained by the individuals of your nation. This is a nation known for its lifestyle and significant massive record, well maintained by her nation and its individuals. This is only a few of the many historical websites discovered in Bangladesh, and many more holding out to be discovered during your Bangladesh takes a trip.

Besides its well-known historical places there are magnificent accommodations in Bangladesh where you can encounter the heated welcome of the nation. As hotel is not a issue in Bangladesh than why don’t you publication a vacation in Bangladesh and visit its well-known position of attention.

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Zee Bangla to celebrate and pay homage to Suchitra Sen

Zee Bangla to celebrate and pay homage to Suchitra Sen
Zee Bangla will be celebrating 'Ei Path Jodi Na Shesh Hoe' in memory of the Suchitra Sen, on Sept on 27th Sept. A star studded event in the memory of the the diva Suchitra Sen will be held at Nazrul Manch with the aim to re-live and remember the …
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Bombs meant for Bangla: Agencies
Malda, Oct. 7: Central intelligence agencies today said the bombs that went off in an orchard near here on Sunday injuring three youths were supposed to be smuggled into Bangladesh for use by terror groups and radical organisations. Police suspect the …
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Famous Celebrity News

Justin Beiber is apparently having a hard time with glass doors.Beiber tweets that he just walked into a glass door for the third time.It might be time for glasses for Mr. Beiber.Maybe the famous celebrity teen singer is part bird or something.Anyway, good luck Justin and check yourself before you wreck yourself.

 

President Obama, our famous celebrity president, is bumbling through England today.He raised a toast to the Queen of England just as the English national anthem began playing.The hapless Obama continued speaking through God Save the Queen and raised his glass, noticed no one was following his lead and sat down embarrassed at his faux pas.Obama has a funny habit of making a fool of himself with the English.His first act upon entering political office was to send back the bust of Winston Churchill to England.The next thing he did was to give the prime minister of England 25 DVDs as a gift.Someone apparently needs to let Obama know that American DVDs do not play in England’s players.I’m sure the prime minister of England didn’t have time to watch Toy Story 2 anyway.Obama then showed off his ping pong skills and faked an Irish accent while speaking in Ireland.

 

One of the famous Celebrities, Superstar Lady Gaga describes the inspiration for her songs in hernewsthis week.Apparently one can draw inspiration from just about anything.She tweets that she was dared to right a hit and in ten minutes cranked out YO? and I.Miss Gaga says that Hair was inspired by fights with her parents over her outrageous hair.

 

Celebrity super singer Britney Spears tweets today that she just finished working on her video “I Wanna Go”.Spears’ tickets for her SummerFest concert just went on sale!All you Britney Spears fans out in Milwaukee better jump on it fast or your gonna miss the famous Ms. Spears.

 

Ashton Kutcher is taking on Charlie Sheen’s former role on Two and a Half Men.The famous crazy Sheen cannot be too happy about this latest news.Kutcher should be perfect for the show.

 

Oprah Winfrey did her last show today.She says the show wasn’t about giving away cars and other stuff, just about saying thank you.Well a thank you is always better Oprah if it includes a car.She Oprah tweets for the latest on her farewell.I have a feeling that we will be seeing much more of the famous celebrities talk show host in the near future.Miss Winfrey certainly deserves all the accolades as she has had a truly remarkable career.

 

 

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Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety and NFPA Sign Memorandum of Understanding to Strengthen Safety in Bangladesh Garment Factories


Washington, DC (PRWEB) September 19, 2014

The Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety today announced an important partnership with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), a recognized international leader in fire safety. The collaboration, formalized today in a Memorandum of Understanding signed by both organizations, will empower Alliance Members, factories, workers and other stakeholders with information, guidance and access to training resources that will help protect the health and safety of workers in ready-made garment (RMG) factories in Bangladesh.

“For too many years, the RMG industry has not taken enough measures to protect employees and prevent tragedies caused by unsafe working conditions or poor building construction,” said Ellen Tauscher, Alliance Board Chair and former U.S. Congresswoman. “Our partnership with NFPA will ensure our Member factories will be guided by best practices used around the world and the most up to date standards for building and fire safety.”

Key components of the four-year partnership include:

Raising awareness of NFPA codes, standards and resources in the Bangladesh RMG sector;
Expanding training and education through effective fire and electrical system safety programs for workers and management representatives; and
Disseminating vital information to help workers recognize and prevent workplace hazards at Alliance Member factories.

“NFPA is committed to working with others who share our interest in helping to prevent life-threatening fire and electrical hazards,” said NFPA President James T. Pauley. “We hope these efforts will serve as a catalyst for the government and others who work in Bangladesh to strengthen their fire safety procedures within the garment industry and beyond.”

Moving forward, an implementation team of representatives from each organization will develop a plan of action, determine working procedures and identify participants’ roles and responsibilities. Members from the Alliance and NFPA will meet at least once per year to share progress made toward the partnership’s goals. The results will be shared publically via the Alliance and NFPA websites.

About The Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety

The Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety was founded by a group of North American apparel companies, retailers and brands who joined together to develop and launch the Bangladesh Worker Safety Initiative, a binding, five-year undertaking that is transparent, results-oriented, measurable and verifiable with the intent of improving safety in Bangladeshi ready-made garment (RMG) factories. The Alliance provides global apparel companies and retailers the unprecedented opportunity to come together and put forward concrete solutions to issues that impact apparel and retail industries worldwide. More information about the Alliance can be found at http://www.bangladeshworkersafety.org.

About the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)

NFPA is a worldwide leader in fire, electrical, building, and life safety. The mission of the international nonprofit organization founded in 1896 is to reduce the worldwide burden of fire and other hazards on the quality of life by providing and advocating consensus codes and standards, research, training, and education. NFPA develops more than 300 codes and standards to minimize the possibility and effects of fire and other hazards. All NFPA codes and standards can be viewed at no cost at http://www.nfpa.org/freeaccess







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Philippines to host Int’l IT-BPM Summit this October

Manila, Philippines (PRWEB) September 23, 2014

The information technology and business process management (IT-BPM) industry, which has placed the Philippines at its top two global destinations of choice for business, is expected to collect US$ 25 billion in revenue and create 1.3 million direct employees by 2016.

To continue to effectively nurture the thriving industry, hundreds of global stakeholders will come together this October to gain valuable insight, share best practices and leverage networking opportunities at the sixth annual International IT-BPM Summit (IIS) held at Makati, Shangri-La, Manila, Philippines on October 13-14,2014. Themed “Drive Change. Shape the Future.”, the summit aims to attract all who are interested in the developments of the industry, including outsourcing firms, allied industries, and prospective investors

The first session titled The Philippine IT-BPM Complex: Moving from Strength to Strength will report on the progress of the local industry midway through the 2012-2016 IT-BPM Road Map in a presentation by Vikrant Khanna, principal of Tholons. Moderated by Jose Mari Mercado, president and CEO of IBPAP, the session also features a panel discussion with representatives from all six local industry vertical associations which include Benjamin Marasigan, Jr. of the Animation Council of the Philippines, Inc. (ACPI), Alvin Juban of the Game Developers Association of the Philippines (GDAP), Dr. Josefina Lauchangco of the Healthcare Information Management Outsourcing Association of the Philippines (HIMOAP), Benedict Hernandez of the Contact Center Association of the Philippines (CCAP), Joey Gurango of the Philippine Software Industry Association (PSIA), and Mark Galutera of the Global In-House Center Council (GICC).

IIS will also explore various aspects that have contributed to the growth of the industry, including the global technological revolution that continues to redefine the IT-BPM landscape.

The New Hardware: Systems Up in the Cloud session moderated by Ron Arambulo, executive director of IBPAP, will showcase the need to eradicate massive hardware and expensive software licenses, and discuss how organizations can take their businesses to the cloud. Mike Sy, Head of Products and Services, Globe Telecom, one of the largest telecommunication companies in the Philippines, will be presenter and panelist of the session. Other panelists include Lope Doromal, chief technologist of IBM Philippines Inc.; Karrie Ilagan, managing director of Microsoft Philippines; and Darcy Lalonde, CEO of Shore Solutions.

As social media transforms how we communicate, it is also revolutionizing the way businesses communicate with their customers. Social Media: Now more than ever will be presented by Jos Ortega, chairman and CEO of Havas Media, and will be among other panelists including Hans Eric Chua, director of International Institute of Digital Marketing; Dang Casado, sourcing head – VP of Citigroup Business Process Solutions; and Stephanie Wilson, executive vice president and head for ACM of Firstsource Solutions Ltd. who will dig into how businesses can offer and utilize social media in their customer relations management strategy in discussion moderated by Monette Iturralde-Hamlin, president of integrated marketing communications firm, TeamAsia.

When it comes to branding strategies, it’s wise to learn from what works for others. Moderated by industry veteran, former IBPAP senior executive director, Gigi Virata, the session ATTENTION: Brand strategies that attract investment will look into what countries or cities have done to draw positive attention as a destination for IT-BPM operations. Domingo Ramon Enerio III, Chief Operating Officer of the Tourism Promotions Board, Department of Tourism (DOT) will be a presenter and a panelist for this session. Other panelists include Armand Angeli, president of European Outsourcing Association; Gareth Pritchard, CEO of BPeSA Western Cape; Hon. Minister Abdul Latif Siddique, Ministry of Post, Telecommunications and Information Technology, Bangladesh; ITIDA Egypt; and JAMPRO Trade and Investment Jamaica

Updates on the Next Wave Cities™, areas outside of Metro Manila which have been recognized for their capabilities to support the industry, will also be delivered at the conference in a panel moderated by Monchito Ibrahim, deputy executive director of the Information and Communications Technology Office of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST-ICTO) with panelists Lizabel Holganza, president and chairperson of National ICT Confederation of the Philippines and Mayor Monico Puentevella of Bacolod City, one of the country’s fastest IT-BPM hubs .

Market Watch: Opportunities from the Land of Opportunity, which will be moderated by Jon Kaplan, president of TeleDevelopment Services, Inc., puts a spotlight on the Philippines’ largest market for IT-BPM services, the United States. The panelists, which include Michele Shuster, partner at MacMurray Petersen Shuster LLP; Tim Searcy, CEO of iPacesetters; Matthew D’Uva, president and CEO of SOCAP International; Brian Johnson, CEO of Teleperformance; Jeff Williams, Assistant Vice President for Corporate Services at Cognizant; and H. Karthik, Partner at Everest Group, will discuss the Philippines’ economic outlook, government and compliance concerns relevant to the industry, and other pertinent issues.

Paolo la’O, vice president and head of communications for Enterprise Global Services of Wells Fargo; Nihar Nidhi, CEO of Philippine Global Service Center, JPMorgan Chase; Roger Salazar, president and country lead of UnitedHealth Group; and Paul Townsend, general manager of Capital One Philippine Support Services Corp will sit together in a panel presented and moderated by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Consulting Partner Benjamin Azada in Simply Captivating: The Growth of Global In-house Centers.

The final session of the IIS will be Talent Leads: Closing the leadership gap, and will address the growing talent demand in the Philippines, specifically in leadership positions. Moderated by Penny Bongato, executive director for Talent Development of IBPAP, it will have Anand Shankar, chief commercial officer of AON Hewitt, Asia Pacific as a presenter and panelist, and Asheesh Mehra, head of Infosys BPO – APAC; Sarah McLeod, executive vice president of Q2HR Solutions; Prabhakar Bisen, country head of Cognizant Technology Solutions Philippines; and Joyce Penalosa, chief human resource officer of QBE Group Shared Services Ltd. also as panelists.

Special speaker presentations will include Deepak Mangla, CEO of Global Head of Global Service Centers, JPMorgan Chase & Co., who will be providing insight on his global in-house center experiences in both Philippines and India; and Mohammed Zafar Ali, director for management consulting of KPMG who will shed light on leveraging ASEAN integration to boost GIC opportunities for Philippines.

Dr. Lilia De Lima, director general of Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) will open up day two with a keynote presentation. More speakers are underway.

To learn more and stay updated, please visit http://internationalitbpmsummit.com regularly.

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About the International IT-BPM Summit (IIS)

For the past six years, the Summit, formerly known as the International Outsourcing Summit, has been serving as an avenue for industry stakeholders to learn new insights from and network with international industry leaders and experts. This year, the IBPAP-organized event aims to drive leaders and decision makers to be part of the transformation that will shape the future of the IT-BPM industry by taking advantage of the technological revolution to further its role as one of the top economic boosters in the country.

About the Information Technology and Business Process Association of the Philippines (IBPAP)

The Information Technology and Business Process Association of the Philippines (IBPAP) is the enabling association for the information technology and business process management (IT-BPM) industry in the Philippines. IBPAP serves as the one-stop information and advocacy gateway for the industry. With over 300 industry and support-industry members, including five associations—the Animation Council of the Philippines, Inc., Contact Center Association of the Philippines, Game Developers Association of the Philippines, Healthcare Information Management Outsourcing Association of the Philippines, and Philippine Software Industry Association—IBPAP plays a pivotal role in sustaining rapid growth of the IT-BPM industry by working to ensure an enduring supply of high-quality labor, supporting service innovation, and providing country visibility.

IBPAP assists investors in setting up operations easily and quickly in the Philippines. Relevant research, introductions to key government and industry officials, and a series of briefings at each step of the investment process ensure a seamless development process. On-going support is provided through a wide variety of initiatives, including programs for HR development, business development, and on-going knowledge sharing and networking opportunities.







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Media and Hindi News

Hindi is the official language in India. That is why lots TV channels, newspapers and other sources are there from where people can get the news instantly. In every state in India various types of languages and religions are present. That is why in every state the newspapers and news channels deliver various types of news in Variety of languages. As most of the people in India can understand Hindi, which is media is keen to deliver the Hindi news on every happening. In every state people are more concerned to get new news on their state. As example, in Jharkhand people want to be well-known about the Jharkhand News and in Rajasthan, people want to be updated with Rajasthan News.

With the development of technology and science people can now be updated with every types of news instantly. It is the blessings of science that makes the people well-known about all type of details on every happening. In old days people were not able to get any kinds of news far away like the Rajasthan News. But now you can be connected with the entire world instantly. In this time the life of every people has become very fast. But in this fast life also they take some time to get the news on sports, politics, entertainment, natural disaster and many other happenings. In this whole world many kinds of events are going on. And media is always keen to deliver the detail of every happening to the people. In India media is very active nowadays.

Nowadays people can be well-known about the latest news with the help of Internet. It has become a great source of every types of news. In India you can find hundreds o websites that are enriched with all types of Hindi news. By sitting in the drawing room everyone can now be updated with every type of news with the help of internet. Day by lots of websites is coming to make the people more aware about the happenings that are going on in the entire world.

It is really needed for every people to know the news of their states. Lots of newspapers are there to provide the utmost detail of Hindi news. In most of the newspapers some particular pages are included that contain each and every detail on sports, politics etc. In Jharkhand various types of newspapers are present to deliver Jharkhand news. In Rajasthan lots of newspapers are present to devliver Rajasthan News on each and every happening.

Find Hindi news, Jharkhand news and Rajasthan News on every topic at jagran.yahoo.com.

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Attraction Of The Bengali Bride

The Bengali community is also located in the neighboring states of Assam, Orissa, Bihar, Jharkhand and Tripura. Matrimonial customs and rituals for the Bengals started days before the actual wedding day. The Bengali bride in the center of attention in most of these rituals.

 
A Bengali bride can easily be distinguished by their traditional dress and makeup on the wedding night. Traditionally, in Bengal the bride wearing Banarasi saris usually in red or red tones. Red color is considered favorable for the girl who soon enter into force in the marriage. Saris from Benares or Varanasi, all time favorite choice of the Bengali marriage for bridal dresses. There are many shops in Calcutta and in other cities and towns of Bengal Sourcing saris from Varanasi. Although reds are mainly populated in these stores, but other colors are available. With the changing times, the modern Bengali bride elects saris in pink, magenta, blue and violet.
 
The bride Banarasi saris are woven in silk and usually have gold borders and pallu. In the past, usually with golden borders of gold thread, but with the rising cost of gold metal, gold and silk threads in Zari be used. The “pallu” the sari have rich, intricate designs. There are ‘Butis’ or little dots all over the sari. Sometimes the central part of the sari brocade is also making it work harder and make more attractive. All Saris are material for the blouse attached. The cost of the saris hangingthe amount of work on the saris begins, usually between 5,000 and increases with the theme to work.
 
The Bengali bride completes the bridal look with gold jewelry. The state of Bengal is known for its unique patterned gold jewelry made known by his master. Each body part of the bride is adorned with gold jewelry. Lots of gold bangles and finger rings adorn their hands. She also wears gold necklace and earrings to go with him. There are also decorations on the hair, waist and worn toes.
 
The main attraction of the Bengali bride on their wedding night is the sandal pattern on the forehead made. The ambitious designs on the forehead and cheeks are ready to complete your bridal look with sandalwood paste. Her hair is tied in a knot and made with a red veil of the net. Your hands and feet with alta, painted a red liquid used for the same purpose. Some brides also apply henna or mehendi on the hands and feet. Applying mehendi was not a traditional way of dressing for the Bengal bride, but to present the influence of other Indian state tradition.
 
For the other Bengali marriage rituals, the bride of Bengal cotton saris usually bears called “Tangail” or “important”. The colors usually wore red, yellow, green and pink. For the haldi ritual, the bride wears yellow cotton sari with red borders. Another important ritual, the “aye Bhaat burro ‘, which carries most of the bridal silk saris.
 
The Bengali bride wears saris also for their reception party, which usually is held in place bridegroom. But the brides wore traditional Banarasi saris. With the changing times, other varieties of saris are also preferred. The brides also wear bridal and gas loans Zardosi work saris.At the reception, the bride wears Bengali and flowers, which is a custom of Bengal.

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Modi calls for greater Indo-Bangla cooperation in energy, infra

Modi calls for greater Indo-Bangla cooperation in energy, infra
Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday called for greater cooperation between India and Bangladesh in the areas of energy, power, infrastructure and tourism. As visiting Bangladesh Foreign Minister Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali called on him, Modi reiterated …
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Bangla Sahib parking: Row set to escalate over its ownership
New Delhi: Dispute over the ownership of the parking lot at Gurdwara Bangla Sahib erupted with the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) refusing to comply with the terms of agreement reached between the previous gurdwara committee …
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Al Qaeda may use Bangla border: Intelligence

Al Qaeda may use Bangla border: Intelligence
Top intelligence sources said Pakistan's security agencies are also trying for an alliance since Al Qaeda would need strong local logistical support to carryout subversive activities in India. The intelligence alert has also cautioned that Al Qaeda …
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US-Bangla Airlines starts Dhaka-Syedpur flight
The newly-commenced local private US-Bangla Airlines on Thursday started its new Dhaka-Syedpur-Dhaka route with its 76-seat aircraft. The new airlines will operate four flights on the route in a week (Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday), the …
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Indo-Bangla Sylhet fest planned
KARIMGANJ, Oct 16 – Under the auspices of the South Kolkata Sylhet Association, the three-day Indo-Bangla Sylhet Festival, 2014, is going to be held from December 26. The festival will be organised at the Boys' School Field at Jodhpur Park, Kolkata.
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Cutting Indo-Bangla trade barriers emphasised
Speakers at a roundtable in the city on Thursday said that India should reduce the obstacles that hamper trade and relations between the two countries. They said India should take measures to give the due share of water, stop border killing and remove …
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