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Dialogue between Media and Trade Personnel at Pabna
and Airport Demanded in Pabna
Pabna, March 13:
Speakers demandedEffective government policy and initiative are necessary in the system of land distribution process to rescue the land from its grabbers for the economic development of Gaibandha district.
Media and business leaders deliberated the above opinion in a dialogue held at Public Library Auditorium in Gaibandha today. Mass communication oriented development organization CCD and Economic Journalist Network (EJ Net)-Gaibandha organized the dialogue supported by European Union.
Presided over by Joint Convenor of EJ Net-Gaibandha K M Rezaul Hoque, General Secretary of Gaibandha Press Club and Journalist of the daily Janakantha Abu Jafar Sabu and President of Gaibandha Press Club and Journalist of the daily Jugantor Gobindo Lal Das presented two reports on “Problems and Potentiality of Trade-Business and Economic Development in Gaibandha” and “Livelihood of the People of Charland: Problem and Potential” in the dialogue. Senior Faculty Member of Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan Bank (RAKUB) Training Institute A B Siddique moderated the dialogue and Project Coordinator of CCD A H M Abdul Hai presented welcome address.
Among others, President of Gaibandha Chamber of Commerce and Industries Shahjada Anwarul Quadir, Assistant General Manager of BISCIC Md Altaf Hossain, District Training Officer of Department of Agriculture Extension Md Rofiqul Islam, President of District Shop Owners Association Moksuder Rahman, Senior Officer of Sonali Bank Shomvu Nath Saha, Journalist of the Bangladesh Observer Principal Mokhleshur Rahman, General Secretary of District Motor Owners Association Johurul Islam, Assistant Engineer of Barind Multipurpose Development Authority (BMDA) Shafiqul Islam, Senior Vice President of Gaibandha Chamber of Commerce and Industries Abdul Latif Bakhshi and other noted media and business leaders addressed the dialogue.
of Engineering and Weaving Industries in Pabna Demanded
Pabna, April 12:
Speakers called upon the Government and commercial banks and entrepreneurs to promote engineering and weaving industries in Pbana.
Mass media and business leaders said it while speaking in a dialogue on local economic, trade and business issues held at Pabna Press Club today. With the support of European Union, mass communication oriented development organization CCD and EJ Net-Pabna organized this dialogue.
Pabna Correspondent of the Bangladesh Today and Boishakhi Abdul Hamid Khan and Pabna Correspondent of the Daily Amader Somoy Saikat Afroz Asad presented two reports respectively on “Problems and Potential of Engineering Industries in Pabna” and “Weaving Industries in Pabna: Potential and Hindrances”.
Senior Faculty Member of Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan Bank A B Siddique moderated the dialogue while Convenor of EJ Net Pabna and Editor of the Daily Nirvor Abdul Matin Khan was in the chair. Member Secretary of EJ Net Pabna Faruk Hossain Chowdhury and Project Coordinator of CCD A H M Abdul Hai presented welcome address in the dialogue.
Among others, noted columnist Ronesh Moitra, General Secretary of Pabna Press Club A B M Fazlur Rahman, General Secretary of Pabna Engineering Industry Owners Association Nasir Uddin, Director of Ahmed Engineering Workshop Matiur Rahman, District Correspondent of the daily Orthoniti Shofi Islam, Editor of the daily Bibriti Yeasin Ali Mridha, Staff Reporter Mosharraf Hossain, Editor of the weekly Naya Andolon Hasan Ali, District Correspondent of ATN Bangla and the daily Dinkal Utpol Mirja, Correspondent of the daily Inqilab Murshad Subhani and Director of Diamond Industries Belal Hossain addressed the dialogue. A large number of journalists, business leaders and different professional of Pabna actively took part in the dialogue.
Red details repots on dialogues hold on
different following districts of northern region of Bangladesh.
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