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Startup / Online gadget store
« on: October 29, 2014, 11:49:29 AM »

This is Saimon from Dhaka. Recently I have started my new startup
Its all about a place of buying new fashionable and unique gadgets So you don't have to go to any conventional market to buy your gadgets. Just visit  Gadget Ghor  and choose your favorite one.

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SEO (Search Engine Optimization) / Get indexed fast on Google
« on: June 21, 2014, 10:55:30 AM »
Do you want to know how to get indexed fast on Google?
If so then a good news is waiting for you. I've post an article on how to get indexed your content super fast on Google.
So check it out and feel free to ask me if you have anything to know..

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Link Buildings / 20 Most Powerful Web 2.0 Sites for Link Building
« on: June 16, 2014, 01:09:38 PM »
Hello Everybody
Today I am here to share 20 most powerful web 2.0 sites with you. These sites are very powerful so you are recommended to get backlinks from these site.

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Thanks for reading this post :)

Mohammed Saimon

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Page Ranking / Why I have stopped using commentLuv on my blog
« on: May 01, 2014, 03:07:29 PM »
CommetLuv is a great plugin for comment system but yet I had to kick out the commentLuv plugin. It helps me to get lot of traffic but that traffic was valueless for me.
Feel free to visit and read this post
Why I stopped using commentLuv on Blogmat

The government received record US$ 2.78 billion in foreign aid in the last financial year (FY) as some major donors, including the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank and Japan disbursed quite impressive amounts of funds in financial assistance, officials said Tuesday.

The foreign aid inflow, handled by the government during the period of July 2012 to June 2013 was up by $ 660 million from that in the corresponding period of the FY 2011-12, according to data of the Economic Relations Division (ERD) released Tuesday.

The $ 2.78 billion foreign aid also exceeded the annual target by $100 million. In the FY 2013, the government set the foreign assistance target at $ 2.68 billion.

The impressive foreign aid inflow was attributed to higher fund disbursements by Bangladesh's largest development partner World Bank, a senior ERD official said.

The WB alone disbursed $ 901.99 million in assistance during the July-June period of the FY 2013. Besides, the ADB also disbursed an impressive amount of $ 670.45 million and the Japan government $ 360.43 million.

Of the total amount of $ 2.78 billion received by the government of Bangladesh in the last fiscal, $ 2.13 billion came in the form of loans and $ 651.79 million in grants, the ERD statistics showed.

New aid commitments of the multilateral and bilateral donors during the last fiscal also showed an upward trend.

The government received aid commitments to the tune of record $ 5.93 billion, higher by $ 1.16 billion than that of the previous fiscal, according to the latest ERD statistics.

The donors committed $5.92 billion in external assistance, including loans and grants, during the FY 2011-12.

"The World Bank (WB), the ADB and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) disbursed 'impressive' amounts of funds last fiscal. This is an encouraging figure as far as the aid disbursement is concerned," said a senior ERD official.

Since the aid disbursements by the WB and Japan increased in the last couple of months of the last fiscal, the overall aid disbursement reached a satisfactory level, he added.

Furthermore, the external aid disbursements by bilateral donors like China, the UK's Department for International Development (DfID) and India also saw an impressive trend during the last fiscal.

During the period under review Bangladesh repaid $ 1.12 billion in both accrued interests and principal amounts against the total outstanding loans until June 2013.

The amount, paid on account of external debt amortization, was $ 155 million higher than that of the corresponding period of the previous fiscal, the ERD data showed.

Of the $ 1.12 billion repaid, the principal amounts of outstanding loans accounted for $ 919.19 million and interest amounts $202.19 million.

Business & Entrepreneurship / Hybrid rice boosts farmers’ income
« on: July 22, 2013, 01:48:18 PM »
Fed up with underwhelming yields of traditional breeds, a growing number of farmers are switching to hybrid rice cultivation to bag higher outputs during the aus and aman seasons.

The absence of well-accepted HYV seeds such as BRRI Dhan-28 and BRRI-29 for plantation during the two seasons accounts for the shift, which has been more pronounced in recent years, Mohammed Masum, chairman of Supreme Seed Company, said.
Hybrids are taking off in a big way in the upland areas of Jessore, Chuadanga, Meherpur, Kushtia and some areas of the country’s northwest, where farmers are switching to it after growing vegetables, tobacco and other crops.
Growers usually plant hybrids in April-June and harvest in September-October period, at least a month ahead of the rain-fed aman crops, according to seed firms.

“The scope to harvest earlier than traditional varieties provides farmers the opportunity to grow another crop,” he said, adding that farmers typically switch to maize, wheat, potato and other winter crops after harvesting hybrids.
Sudhir Chandra Nath, head of BRAC’s agriculture and food security programme, said the demand for hybrid seeds is rising among farmers despite there being no official adaptability trials.
“I’d say the farmers themselves are carrying out the field trials. The success of one encourages others to follow,” he said, adding that trials by farmers are more accurate.

BRAC sold 100 tonnes of hybrids seeds after this year’s boro season, according to Nath.
FH Ansarey, executive director of agribusiness at ACI, said the rebound in prices of rice this year has propelled the demand for hybrid this year.
ACI has sold 180 tonnes of seeds ahead of aus and aman season, Shafiqul Aktar, business manager of ACI Seed, said.
“Hybrids provide us with more benefits. We can harvest early and grow another crop like maize. It enables us to earn more,” said Mohammad Kashed, a farmer at Chuadanga.
“Besides, we do not have to irrigate fields regularly during the rainy season. The requirement of fertiliser also remains lower than boro.”

Business Administration / Fall semester 2012 result has been published!!
« on: January 18, 2013, 10:18:03 PM »
To know your result just click the link

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