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India’s exports of processed agricultural and food products have grown at a sustained rate over the past decade, despite the challenges

Ministry of Commerce and Industry India’s exports of processed agricultural and food products have grown at a sustained rate over the past decade, despite the challengesExports of products under the APEDA basket increased from USD 17,321 million in 2011-12 to USD 20,674 million in 2020-21 Exports of cereals (non-basmati, basmati rice and wheat) and livestock […]

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Fakirhat becomes the first upazila to strike 100% of the eligible population

Fakirhat, in Bagerhat district, overtook 494 other upazilas in the country to become the first where 100 percent of its eligible population received at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine – a remarkable achievement at a time when countries around the world are struggling to convince people to get vaccinated against Covid. Fakirhat on […]

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6 countries, including Spain, are now on PH’s COVID-19 travel red list

Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles at Laging Handa’s press conference on COVID 19 update. INVESTIGATOR’S FILE PHOTO MANILA, Philippines – Six countries are now on the government’s red list for COVID-19 travel from January 1 to 15, Malacañang said Thursday. This means that travel to and from these territories is prohibited. Acting Presidential Spokesman and Cabinet […]

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Half of the adult population is still unbanked

Economists call for better infrastructure and political support Featured activity report Wed Dec 29 2021 00:00 Last update on: Wed Dec. 29, 2021 01:47 AM Since financial inclusion is important for reducing poverty, the government should include the poor and women in digital financial services, one expert suggested. Photo: star / file “> Since financial […]

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India launches air travel bubble with Saudi Arabia, flights to start from New Years

New Delhi: In a major relief for international travelers, who are planning to visit Saudi Arabia, the Indian government recently announced that it has signed the air bubble flight agreement with the Gulf country, and direct flights between both countries will start soon. Scroll down for more details.Also Read – International Flights: Israel Lifts Travel […]

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Must-try foods at Cox’s Bazar

Spicy crab Cox’s Bazar is without a doubt one of the best vacation spots in Bangladesh. The beauty of the mesmerizing landscapes of the crashing waves of this magnificent beach attracts many travelers every year. Thousands of tourists flock to the coastal region all year round, making it a central tourist hub in its own […]

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The two demographic megatrends that will shape the next decade

It’s shopping time. Many people, especially in the northern hemisphere, participated in Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday in preparation for Christmas. For many, the 2021 shopping experience also reflects a return to normalcy in a time of endless waves of COVID-19 infections and lockdowns. Many department stores are located in cities, reflecting two megatrends that […]

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The Food Talk celebrating Bangladeshi cuisine: 50 years of evolution

In Bangladesh, food is about celebration, and as we rekindle our patriotism and celebrate the Golden Jubilee of our victory, we also take this opportunity to reflect on how we have evolved as a country of a culinary point of view. With that notion, The Food Talk, a ranked Facebook group brimming with food lovers, […]

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Top 10 safest countries for women traveling alone

Solo female trip With the advancement of civilization, women also show enthusiasm for solo travel. The number of women traveling alone has increased exponentially in recent years. However, due to the pandemic, women wishing to travel have been confined to their homes for two years. As many countries reopen tourism after the pandemic, many women […]

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Africa’s demographic boom is not synonymous with a demographic dividend

A few years ago, John Magufuli, the former president of Tanzania, urged women to “throw away their contraceptives” and “keep reproducing” to make their country strong. Magufuli, a Covid denier, is now dead – of the Covid. But his opinions endure. The idea of ​​limiting population growth in Africa is controversial, often for good reasons. […]