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Tribunal verdict in Azhar case today
A war crimes tribunal is set to deliver the verdict today in the case against alleged al-Badr leader ATM Azharul Islam for committing crimes against humanity during the 1971 Liberation War in the Rangpur area where over 1,200 people, mostly Hindus, had …
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Crude bombs exploded in DU
Sub-Inspector (SI) Saheb Ali of Nilkhet police outpost told the Dhaka Tribune six crude bombs were exploded near Shibbari area around 6:45pm and two more were exploded at TSC area around 7pm. An unidentified woman was injured in the blast in TSC.
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Minor boy falls into 600-ft deep pipe
Fire fighters have been frantically trying to rescue a four-year-old boy, who fell into a 600-ft deep abandoned water pump pipe Shahjahanpur Railway Colony area in the Capital. However, the attempts to rescue the child using rope have been failed …
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No trace of Jihad, rescue operation suspended
A rescue team, combining of Fire Service & Civil Defence and Dhaka WASA, begun its operation immediately after being informed. Fire service official Major Shakil Nawaz said the hole is 400-ft deep. Later, he said it is 600-ft deep. Food and water have …
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BabyCenter, MAMA & Praekelt Foundation Partner with Facebook to Provide Vital Health Information to Mothers in Tanzania

Washington, DC and San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Building on a successful partnership delivering health information to new and expecting mothers and their families via mobile phones for more than three years, BabyCenter®, Mobile Alliance for Maternal Action (MAMA), and Praekelt Foundation, are working with Facebook to offer maternal, newborn and child health content as part of the app – a package of free basic services aimed at first-time users of the mobile internet in Tanzania.

Approximately 800 women die every day around the globe due to complications related to pregnancy and childbirth and 3.1 million children die every year during the first year of life. These deaths are largely preventable with basic health information and services. At the same time, more than 1 billion women in low and middle income countries now own mobile phones.

MAMA was formed in 2011 as a public/private partnership between USAID, Johnson & Johnson, the United Nations Foundation and BabyCenter to leverage the growing proliferation of mobile phones to empower women living in poverty with information needed to make the best decisions for themselves and their families. BabyCenter creates content for MAMA’s open source messages and for country programs in Bangladesh, South Africa, India and soon, Nigeria and developed expert pregnancy and baby content for Praekelt is MAMA’s main implementing partner in South Africa, and built the technology platform being used to share the content with

“At BabyCenter, we believe that all moms deserve to have a healthy pregnancy. For nearly two decades, we have provided moms around the world with expert advice and emotional support, empowering them to better care for their families,” says Colleen Hancock, COO of BabyCenter.

“We are excited to leverage our expertise to support moms in Tanzania and other low resource settings through this rewarding partnership with Facebook’s initiative.”

“We are seeing people in developing countries increasingly make the leap from no Internet access to access to the Internet through mobile phones,” says Kirsten Gagnaire, Executive Director of MAMA. “That’s why we felt it was important to be in on the initial stages of this work, which has the potential to reach millions more women with critical health information than we could through MAMA’s country programs alone.”

“ is about making the internet more accessible and affordable to more people around the world and giving people access to these services for free could significantly increase the rate of adoption of the internet,” says Andrew Bocking, Product Manager of at Facebook. “The two thirds of the world who are not yet connected deserve the same opportunities that the connected third of the world enjoys today.”

The goal of Facebook’s app is to make the internet more accessible through a set of free basic services, enabling people to browse useful content and websites without incurring data charges. In Tanzania, Tigo customers can access the app through the Google Play Store, by visiting on a mobile browser, via the Tigo portal, and through a bookmark on Opera Mini. The service works on smartphones and feature phones.

“Praekelt Foundation is honored to be able to provide the technology to make this life-changing information available to moms in Tanzania who connect to the internet for the first time,” says Gustav Praekelt, founder of Praekelt Foundation.

BabyCenter, MAMA and Praekelt first teamed up with Facebook in Zambia last summer, when the app launched there. Now in its second country, Tanzania, Facebook is planning several more launches this year, all including maternal, newborn and child health information from the BabyCenter, MAMA and Praekelt partnership.

About BabyCenter:

BabyCenter is the voice of the 21st Century Mom® and modern motherhood. It’s the #1 pregnancy and parenting digital destination worldwide, reaching more than 40 million moms monthly in 11 languages across 14 owned and operated properties from Australia to India to China. In the United States, 7 in 10 babies born last year were BabyCenter babies. BabyCenter is the world’s partner in parenting, providing moms everywhere with trusted advice from hundreds of experts around the globe, friendship with other moms like them, and support that’s remarkably right at every stage of their child’s development. BabyCenter also works with some of the world’s most prominent brands and institutions to provide life-stage marketing solutions and a direct line to highly engaged moms. BabyCenter established a Global Giving Program and partners with esteemed organizations to help make motherhood safer for all women. BabyCenter is a member of the Johnson & Johnson family of companies.

About MAMA:

Mobile Alliance for Maternal Action (MAMA) delivers vital health information via mobile phones to new and expectant mothers living in poverty throughout developing countries. Hosted by the United Nations Foundation, MAMA provides age and stage-based messages aligned with global best practices, empowering women to make the best decisions for themselves and their families. MAMA was launched in 2011 by then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as a public private partnership between USAID, Johnson & Johnson, United Nations Foundation and BabyCenter. For more information visit:

About Praekelt Foundation:

Praekelt Foundation builds open source, scalable mobile technologies and solutions to improve the health and wellbeing of people living in poverty. Our programs have reached more than 50 million people across 15 countries in sub-Saharan Africa. Learn more at


BabyCenter: Aimee Geller Promisel/Aimee.GellerPromisel (at)

MAMA: Stephanie Bowen / sbowen (at)

Praekelt Foundation: Samantha Manclark sam (at)

Strongest Clean Technology Innovators Win Northeast Regional Business Competition

Boston, Mass. (PRWEB) October 30, 2014

Cleantech Open Northeast, the Northeast Division of Cleantech Open, the world’s largest cleantech accelerator, announced four Regional Winners today: Drinkwell (Boston, MA), ecoVent (Boston, MA), Full Circle Feed (Syracuse, NY), and Sol Power (Somerville, MA). The Regional Winners each receive prizes of $ 30,000 in cash and in-kind services. These companies will also represent the region at the Cleantech Open Global Forum in San Francisco, CA on November 12th and 13th, where they will compete with emerging environmental and energy technology firms throughout the nation for the National Grand Prize of $ 200,000 in cash and services.

The four regional winners were selected and announced by a judging panel of top cleantech business leaders at the annual Northeast Innovation Expo and Awards Gala. More than 300 people from across the region, including entrepreneurs, business leaders and public officials attended the event, which was held October 28th at the Boston University School of Management. The judging panel included Marcy Reed, President of National Grid in Massachusetts and Alicia Barton, CEO of the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC).

“National Grid is excited to see the abundance of emerging cleantech talent coming out of the Northeast region,” said Reed. “Innovative technologies that enable customers to take control of their energy usage, reduce consumption through energy efficiency and provide more diverse tools for renewable power generation will shape the evolution of electricity and natural gas systems in the 21st century.”

The winning teams demonstrated both geographic diversity and product diversity, with three winners – Drinkwell, ecoVent, and SolPower – hailing from the Boston area and one winner – Full Circle Feed – headquartered in Syracuse. Of the 32 companies graduating the 2014 Cleantech Open Northeast accelerator, 12 were based in New York, 11 were based in Massachusetts, 4 were based in NJ, 2 were based in Maine, and 1 was based in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island respectively.

In addition to the four main regional prizes, a special $ 5,000 Sustainability prize was given to Regional Winner Drinkwell, and a $ 5,000 Cleanweb award, co-sponsored by EnerNOC and Mintz Levin, was awarded to Regional Winner ecoVent. Other special prize winners included Wattlots (Millington, NJ), who received the $ 1,000 ‘Rookie of the Year’ award for most improved company over the course of the accelerator. Avalanche Energy (Somerville, MA) and Pure Quantum (Ithaca, NY) both received the $ 1,000 ‘Rising Star’ award for best early-stage technology with impressive future potential. Toilets for People (New York City, NY) received the $ 1,000 ‘Global Impact’ award for their contribution to worldwide sanitation efforts. Thermolift (Stony Brook, NY) received the Audience Choice Award, after receiving the most votes from the live audience.

“This year was a banner year for Cleantech Open Northeast with an impressive and diverse pool of companies – we saw a rise in participants with a cleanweb focus had more water technologies than ever and saw a rise in participants with international markets,” said Katherine MacDonald, Regional Director of Cleantech Open Northeast. “The strength of our winning teams is a clear reflection of the growing strength of the sector as a whole, and the support our sponsors and community have lent to catalyze innovation in this industry”.

“By supporting our emerging cleantech companies, we can drive innovation, create good local jobs and help grow the promising ideas of today into the leading companies of tomorrow,” said Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) CEO Alicia Barton. “We are proud to support Cleantech Open Northeast in its mission to nurture cleantech innovation in Massachusetts and the entire Northeast region.”

“New York continues to provide a strong showing of talented entrepreneurs to the Cleantech Open Northeast. These innovative businesses exemplify some of the many ways New York State is growing its clean energy economy under Governor Cuomo,” said John B. Rhodes, President and CEO of NYSERDA. “Congratulations to the winners of this year’s Open, and we wish them luck as they advance to the national competition.”

About the Cleantech Open Northeast Regional Winners


Boston, MA

Agriculture- Water- Waste

Drinkwell is tackling the largest mass poisoning in human history, the arsenic and fluoride water crisis affecting over 200 million people in India and Bangladesh alone. Drinkwell organizes existing community resources into franchises to create water businesses in arsenic and fluoride-affected areas by providing water filtration technology and business tools. Drinkwell taps into the entrepreneurial spirit within communities to create jobs, generate income, and improve health outcomes.


Boston, MA

Energy Efficiency

Every room of your home is a little different, but even the smartest thermostat thinks they’re all the same. That means some rooms are freezing cold while others are uncomfortably hot. ecoVent solves that problem by replacing your old forced air vents with new wireless vents that can open and close automatically to direct warm or cold air where it’s needed most. It easily installs in hours, immediately increases comfort and pays for itself in less than three years through massive energy savings.

Full Circle Feed

Syracuse, NY

Agriculture- Water- Waste

Full Circle Feed creates nutritious dog treats by innovatively using discarded people food from institutional dining halls. Our dog biscuits fill a niche by providing a sustainable and environmentally-friendly treat where none exists on the market today. Our committed approach to using food leftovers as the main ingredient results in healthy treats that are irresistible to dogs and cost-friendly to their owners.

Sol Power

Somerville, MA

Energy Distribution & Storage

Outdoor charging needs are rapidly growing as 91% of adult Americans own a cell phone. Mobile computing is quickly becoming the dominant way in which Americans access information. Today, however, we are limited to indoor charging options. So whenever we’re enjoying the outdoors and running low on charge in our devices, we’re forced back inside in search of an electrical outlet. So we developed a solar charging stations for phones, that is free to end users and monetized through on station.

About Cleantech Open

Cleantech Open Northeast is the Northeast Division of Cleantech Open, the world’s largest cleantech accelerator and is dedicated to providing entrepreneurs and technologists the resources needed to launch a successful cleantech company. Our mission is to find, fund and foster entrepreneurs with big ideas that address today’s most urgent energy, environmental, and economic challenges. A 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, the Cleantech Open provides the infrastructure, expertise and strategic relationships that turn clever ideas into successful cleantech companies. Nationally since 2006, the Cleantech Open has awarded over $ 5 million in cash and services. During that time, our more than 880 alumni companies have raised more than $ 1 billion in external funding. Fueled by a network of more than 2,000 volunteers, the Cleantech Open unites the public and private sectors in a shared vision for making America’s cleantech sector a thriving economic engine.

For more information, visit, and

About National Grid

National Grid (LSE: NG; NYSE:NGG) is an electricity and gas company that connects consumers to energy sources through its networks. The company is at the heart of one of the greatest challenges facing our society – to create new, sustainable energy solutions for the future and develop an energy system that underpins economic prosperity in the 21st century. National Grid holds a vital position at the center of the energy system and it ‘joins everything up’.

In the northeast U.S., we connect more than seven million gas and electric customers to vital energy sources, essential for our modern lifestyles. In Great Britain, we run the gas and electricity systems that our society is built on, delivering gas and electricity across the country.

National Grid delivers electricity to more than 3 million customers in Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island. It manages the electricity network on Long Island under an agreement with the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA), and owns over 4,000 megawatts of contracted electricity generation, providing power to over one million LIPA customers. It is the largest distributor of natural gas in northeastern U.S., serving more than 3 million customers in New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

For more information please visit our website:

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Look for Bengali brides, grooms on Bengali matrimonial sites

Indian weddings considered to be the bringing of two persons who are said to be compatible. Hindu wedding functions are conventionally completed partly in the combination of Sanskrit and Hindi. The confined language of the masses concerned is also used as most Hindus do not appreciate Sanskrit. They have a many of the rituals that have evolved since traditional times and very different in many ways from the modern western wedding ceremony and also amongst various regions, families, and castes such as Rajput weddings, Saxena, dhami, Agrawal and rajput weddings.

Bengali matrimonial are bit different from others because of their different culture, many of the Bengali weddings are done in such a manner where only culture matters and nothing else.  

The Hindus connect a lot of significance to marriages and the ceremonies are very colourful and extend for several existence. The major attraction of any Bengali wedding is the very special bride; Bengali brides are all tinted with ornaments and beautiful clothes along with many accessories. In India, there are numerous conventions and rituals and if somebody is looking for a bride then he should be engaged in the family conventions first and Bengali Brides in India are very much famous for their different looks and features even Bengali grooms are also very unique when it comes to their decoration for the day.

There are plenty of matrimonial sites who give you the opportunity to choose the perfect match; you can go to these sites for searching a right groom or bride for you. You will definitely cone across many of the Bengali matrimonial sites but for that you should adhere to the best site for a best result.  

In comparison to grooms, brides in the Bengali marriages attain grabber for the show or the function. She is the most attractive girl on the wedding day who steals the show, she is the show stopper, she looks so different on her all occasions for marriage; a fully different glow is always there on her face. She goes for special make up, costumes and other attractive things. Everyone looks for the bride only whereas the groom also has the meaning but that is not very different from his regular life.

Nowadays many people prefer community matrimonial sites for hunting a suitable match for them. They want to see the bride or the groom before going for any relation so they prefer meeting the other side’s family prior to any decision. You can also look for the Bengali brides or grooms on Bengali matrimonial sites.

If you are looking for Bengali brides and Bengali grooms easily.

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Now You Can Send Cakes To Bangladesh

If you are in search of a way to send cakes to Bangladesh here are some steps to get the related information.

You must do your analysis. You need to decide what type of cake you want to send. When and where the receiver would be present at the time he receives it. Usually you can log on to internet and get all the related information about it. You must try to figure out what are the different types of online gift shops available on the internet and which one could sends cakes to Bangladesh for you.

You can even refer to some of your friends, relatives or colleagues who may already have sent gifts to Bangladesh. By following this procedure you will get a general idea about how you can send cakes to Bangladesh. When you send cakes to somebody keep his or her taste and preferences mind. Some may have an inclination towards certain flavours while some may be allergic towards the others. Some like all varieties but prefer eggless cakes. There are various brands which provide cakes and pastries in mass customized flavours.

Usually you send cakes during birthdays or anniversaries to celebrate the auspicious moment. Cakes are the part and parcel of human life. You are familiar with cakes right since your childhood. And you continue to have them irrespective of your age. This is because you just need an excuse to have a cake or gift it to your near and dear ones. People prefer homemade cakes to be gifted to others. Some are really good at preparing cakes and they always carry one whenever they visit somebody.

If you know someone who lives in Bangladesh or somebody who had migrated there and wishes to send cakes to Bangladesh for him it is advisable to go for online gift shops. It is because cake is a food item. It is a perishable item. If it gets spoiled due to improper packaging or handling you may lose the whole purpose of sending it. The online gift shops have a good network throughout the globe or some may also have a niche market such as Bangladesh. You can opt to send cakes to Bangladesh through a renowned gift shop which could deliver it for you on time and in a sound condition. The payment would differ from place to place and item to item. Once you have done the payment you can rest assured at your home and wait for your telephone call of receipt.

The best facilitating online shopping at Do send flowers to Bangladesh, send gifts to Dhaka, send cakes to Bangladesh and other gifts to all major cities.

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Some Places To See In Dhaka, Bangladesh

The South Asia tourism is always known to be of its own kind with a unique taste and creative aspect. Dhaka, Bangladesh falls under the similar category of having tourism of its own kind. The mega city of Bangladesh, which at the same time serves being its capital too flights to Dhaka are highly ruminated over amongst the tourists who intend to t ravel to Bangladesh for tourism purpose. Dhaka is the main country hub, where not only the business activities take place but is also major home to the educational sector as well. Located on the banks of the Buriganga River, flights to Dhaka give you a splendid opportunity to enjoy some interesting places which symbolize its culture, tradition, and depict some mesmerizing traits of being a modern city. Dhaka is also known as the city of mosques. As aforementioned, it comprises of rich culture and some natural beauty, which the foreign travelers are eager to see;
-The laalbagh fort: Located at the edge of old flights to Dhaka The laalbagh fort is a must see place when your cheap flights to Dhaka land you to the city it is a castle which was built during the reign of Prince Azam, one of the great Mughal Emperor Aurangzebs son in 1676. It is a robust building with captivating aura as it has got armored walls with octagonal bastion. Inside the fort, a mosque is built and is officially open for public visit.
-Tara (star) Mosque: The mosque was built by Shaista Khan in the earlier 17th century and the reason why it is called a tara or a star, is because of possession of the sparkling mosaic of broken China. Another place, which your flights to Dhaka will enable you to see.
-The Armenian Church: It is located in the Armanitold. The church was very beautifully constructed in the 1791 and possesses an attractive captivating historical look which truly evince out the hard work of the artisans of that era.

-These were a very few to name, and flights to Dhaka let you experience a lot more than this as the city is a home of culture and tourism which the travelers love to enjoy.

Flights to Dhaka has open a new world to me I have seen such an amazing wonderful cheap flights to Dhaka golden collections of the relish able place that enrich my nature to be never lost.

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