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Huawei ‘Seeds For The Future 2024 Bangladesh’ is now open for registration with the aim to develop an ICT ecosystem by enhancing ICT knowledge of students in the country. Bangladeshi undergraduate students in third year or above can enroll to this competition by sharing their resume. The announcement of ‘Seeds for the Future 2024 Bangladesh’ has come in a launching ceremony on Saturday (2 March, 2024) at Huawei Bangladesh Academy. Architect Yeafesh Osman, Science & Technology Minister, Bangladesh; was present at the inauguration event as the chief guest with H.E. Yao Wen, Ambassador of China to Bangladesh; Lokman Hossain Miah,…

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At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024 in Barcelona, Spain, Huawei showcased a lineup of high-end, fashion-forward, and technology-driven flagship products that attracted the attention of guests, notably the HUAWEI Mate 60 RS ULTIMATE DESIGN, HUAWEI FreeClip, and HUAWEI WATCH GT 4. These efforts will make innovative products and services more accessible to users worldwide, and create cutting-edge, pioneering, and personalized lifestyles for consumers. Huawei will continue to lead the way in introducing groundbreaking fitness & health services, and making scientific smart solutions accessible to all. Huawei smart wearables will further gain insight into consumers’ core health pain points, increase…

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To implement the Tobacco Control Act (amendment-2013) Dhaka Ahsania Mission Organized training among 200 public transport drivers in collaboration with Bangladesh Road Transport Authority-BRTA. The training was held on the 14th February’24 morning at Zoar Sahara BRTC Bus Depot in the capital titled ‘Professional Drivers’ Professional Skill and Awareness Training’. Adut Rahman Emon, Program Officer of the DAM’s Tobacco Control Project of the Health Sector, presented a documentary on implementing the Tobacco Control Act and health damage among professional drivers. In the training public transport drivers (Bus, CNG, Laguna, Tempu) are informed about the bad effects of direct and indirect…

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To implement the Tobacco Control Act (amendment-2013) Dhaka Ahsania Mission Organized training among 250 public transport drivers in collaboration with Bangladesh Road Transport Authority-BRTA. The training was held on the 7th February’24 morning at Zoar Sahara BRTC Bus Depot in the capital titled ‘Professional Drivers’ Professional Skill and Awareness Training’. Adut Rahman Emon, Program Officer of the Tobacco Control Project of the Health Sector of DAM, presented a documentary on implementing the Tobacco Control Act and health damage among professional drivers. In the training public transport drivers (Bus, CNG, Laguna, Tempu) are informed about the bad effects of direct and…

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The digital grocery industry in Bangladesh is expanding at an unprecedented rate, reshaping consumer habits and posing a threat to conventional retail models in a paradigm-shifting turn of events. In response to the difficulties posed by the ongoing pandemic, the emergence of key players like Chaldal, KhaasFood, Daraz, and others has sparked a shift toward online grocery shopping. By and large, Chaldal and Khaas Food were pioneers in the web-based staple space, consistently extending their contributions. Nonetheless, the pandemic filled in as an impetus for existing web based business goliaths like Daraz, DeliveryHobe, AjkerDeal, Sheba.xyz, and others to coordinate staple…

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Abdul Kader, a student from the Department of Mathematics at Jagannath University, recently authored a book titled “Shongkha Shahitto- Internal Mystery of Mathematics.” Released on January 15th by Anuj Publication, this book aims to unravel the enigma surrounding mathematics, offering a unique perspective on the subject. In the narrative, Abdul Kader shares his motivation behind writing the book, addressing the common perception that mathematics is a challenging subject. He emphasizes the importance of demystifying mathematical concepts, shedding light on the formation of values and the accuracy behind them. The book serves as a guide, solving numerous mysteries in the realm…

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To implement the Tobacco Control Act (amendment-2013) Dhaka Ahsania Mission organized training among 792 public transport drivers in collaboration with Bangladesh Road Transport Authority-BRTA. The training was held on the 17th and 24th January ’24 morning at Zoar Sahara BRTC Bus Depot in the capital titled ‘Professional Drivers’ Professional Skill and Awareness Training’. Adut Rahman Emon, Program Officer of the DAM’s Tobacco Control Project of the Health Sector, presented a documentary on implementing the Tobacco Control Act and health damage among professional drivers. In the training public transport drivers (Bus, CNG, Laguna, Tempu) are informed about the bad effects of…

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When it comes to preventing tobacco-related deaths, there is no alternative to strengthening tobacco control law. Speakers said this today (18 January 2024, Thursday) in a journalists’ workshop titled “Strengthening Tobacco Control Law: Progress, Obstacles and Way Forward” held at the conference room of BMA Bhaban. The workshop, jointly organized by research and anti-tobacco advocacy organization PROGGA (Knowledge for Progress) and Anti-Tobacco Media Alliance (ATMA) with support from Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids (CTFK), was conducted with the participation of 28 journalists working in print, television, and online media. It was informed at the workshop that the draft amendment of…

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To implement the Tobacco Control Act (amendment-2013) Dhaka Ahsania Mission organized training among 380 public transport drivers in collaboration with Bangladesh Road Transport Authority-BRTA. The training was held on the 2nd and 9th January ’24 morning at Zoar Sahara BRTC Bus Depot in the capital titled ‘Professional Drivers’ Professional Skill and Awareness Training’. Adut Rahman Emon, Program Officer of the Tobacco Control Project of the Health Sector of DAM, presented a documentary on the implementation of the Tobacco Control Act and health damage among professional drivers. In the training public transport drivers (bus, CNG, Laguna, Tempu) are informed about the…

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In order to safeguard public health, 15 anti-tobacco organizations have jointly issued a statement appealing parliamentary election candidates to refrain from the distribution and use of all kinds of tobacco products including cigarettes, bidis, gul and jorda in the ongoing 12th parliamentary election campaign. The statement read that in the past, distribution or use of bidi-cigarettes and other tobacco products by candidates and activists was noticed to draw the attention of voters during campaign. However, If such trend, involving the use of tobacco products in campaign, persists during the ongoing election campaign, it will have a negative impact on public…

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