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Sheikh Hasina and Her Vision of Sonar Bangla

Dr. H. B. M. Iqbal Bangladesh, once considered a basket case, is now a role model for developing countries across the world thanks to the able leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Sheikh Hasina, the daughter of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, is now considered one of the most popular and successful

Bangladesh o lead 4th industrial revolution: Joy

Photo: Collected Prime Minister’s ICT Affairs Adviser Sajeeb Wazed Joy has expressed his optimism that Bangladesh will be the key leader of the 4th Industrial Revolution. “We belief Bangladesh is going to be one of the leaders in the upcoming 4th Industrial Revolution. We don’t just hope rather we plan and we

PM for making modern technology-based BGB to safeguard sovereignty, border

BSS Photo: Collected Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said her government attached special priority to developing modern technology-based Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) to make it more efficient to safeguard country’s independence and sovereignty alongside checking border crimes including smuggling and human trafficking. “We have entered a modern era. We have built a

GP and edotco partners to unlock possibilities of Digital Bangladesh further through tower rollout

Grameenphone - a connectivity partner to Digital Bangladesh has recently signed an agreement with edotco Bangladesh, an integrated telecommunications infrastructure services company. Under the agreement, edotco Banglaesh is expected to roll out more than 500 towers for Grameenphone to unleashing further possibilities of connectivity all across Bangladesh.   The partnership extends Grameenphone’s commitment to ensure access to data

Digital initiatives play roles to combat Covid-19 in Khulna

BSS Different digital initiatives taken by district administration is playing a vital role to combat Covid-19 in Khulna. The innovative initiatives, based on different digital apps and software, are ensuring maximum use of information and communication technology to battle against the outbreak of coronavirus. These cybernetic apps launched in the last four


Maliha Quadir, a Bangladeshi -American, is a technology entrepreneur. Her start up has done breakthrough work in digitizing the disorganized and male-dominated transportation industry in Bangladesh. Before, she was based in Singapore as Director of Vistaprint’s digital business in global emerging markets. Prior to this, she worked for

‘Cashless Pay’ launched in the country

State Minister for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Zunaid Ahmed Palak on July 12 inaugurated the program of cashless payment-on-delivery solution ‘Cashless Pay’ through a video conference from his residence office. He put emphasis on ‘virtual currency’ as Bangladesh is going to cashless society soon as the banks are implementing digital payment systems