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Thursday, July 30, 2009

Simpo PDF Creator Software

Simpo PDF Creator works as a virtual printer in Word, Excel, PowerPoint or any other Windows application. It is a powerful PDF writer, which could help you easily create PDFs from any programs that are able to print.

With this PDF creator, you can convert Word to PDF, Excel to PDF, PPT to PDF, Image to PDF, and any other printable documents to PDF. Besides, you can set a password to protect your PDF documents security.


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Thursday, July 23, 2009

Download Free Useful Mobile Software

1.Bolt : Bolt is powerful mobile internet browser.With bolt you can visit any types of website of the world.Bolt can convert youtube to 3gp automatically .With bolt you can see high graphics image but opera mini4.2 fails to do this.


2.Opera Mini : Opera Mini is most popular mobile internet browser.Full Web: Opera Mini enables you to take your full Web experience to your phone. Fast: Faster mobile internet as data is compressed before being sent to your phone. Free: Opera Mini is free to download. It is the definitive mobile web browser.


3.Mozilla Mobile :
Another Internet mobile browser is mozilla mobile. Its faster than opera mini.But other facilities are same.


Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Profita : DSE Stock Analysis Software

Bangladesh Stock Market Or Dhaka Stock Market Analysis Software

Developed By Mr.Mahabub.Personlly I salute and congrats him for this gift.

Quoted From Mr.Mahabub Website >> Feature of Profita :
1.DSE share price of last 2 years.

2.Share Price, Trade, Volume, Price Range in last trading day, Price range in selected date range from DSE and CSE in a single table.

3.The same table contains Yearly & Half yearly EPS, Profit, Dividend and NAV data with Declaration Date; AGM, Record Date, Total share, Category, Current PE and PPS (price position in percentage according to maximum and minimum price in selected date range.)

4.The table is (and the other tables of the software) is completely sortable (both ascending and descending). You can click on the grid header to sort that column's data. By means of which you can see the top gainers and losers and other comparison like highest or lowest PE, EPS etc.

5.Price Graph, Volume graph and Market Trend graph of last 60 days.

Complete price list of each company in sortable table. You can see the highest and lowest price date.

6.Company information with Financial Reports and charts (MACD, RSI, CandleStick chart etc.)Sector based report with chart.

7.Favourites Section is added in Sector dropdown box. You can select your favourite stocks in main table.Search section has criteria like : Scrip Name, Date & Price Range, AGM Period, FaceValue, Category and Business Category.

8.DSE News of last 2 years with company, date and category wise search.

9.Portfolio manager which has following feature :

Multiple Porfolio Accounts
Buy, Sale, Deposit, Withdraw and Dividend entry
Every sale shows profit or loss
BreakEven of each share
Specific Buy Sale view with sorting facility
Print and Edit options are added
Export and Import facility of portfolio data. (See Porfolio Settings Menu.) So that you can import your portfolio data in new version of this software.


The software has a Dividend calculator which shows minimum price for profit.
A notice board to show Forthcoming IPO and Other importand notice.
A small section (below price list) to show how much share you can buy with your current credit.
Built in Web Browser with some important link
Price Ticker : a single screen which shows complete price chart of DSE and CSE side by side.
Price alarm system for five different stocks.

1.Internet connection
2.Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
3.Processor : Intel P3 or higher, RAM 128MB
4.OS : Tested only on Windows XP


2.>>> Microsoft.Net Fremwork 2

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Obesity health risk cause found

BBC News

Scientists believe they may have uncovered a key reason why obese people have a raised risk of health complications such as type 2 diabetes.They blame a specific protein - pigment epithelium-derived factor (PEDF) - which is secreted by fat cells.

The Australian and US research on mice suggests blocking some of PEDF's action may reverse some complications - raising hopes of new drug treatments. The study appears in the journal Cell Metabolism.

Because PEDF is produced by fat cells people who are overweight have higher levels of the protein in the bloodstream. The latest research shows that the protein sends a signal to other tissues in the body, triggering development of insulin resistance - a condition that often leads to type 2 diabetes - in the muscle and liver.

Raised PEDF levels were also linked to a release of fats into the bloodstream, raising the risk of complications such as heart disease.


In tests on obese mice, the researchers found that treatments designed to block the action of PEDF lowered the animals' blood fat level and reversed some of their insulin resistance.

Fat cells are known to play an important role in regulating the body's metabolism by releasing hormones and other chemicals. This pattern of secretion is also known to change with the size of the fat cells. The latest study set out to identify which of these secretions had a profound general impact on metabolism.

The researchers took particular interest in PEDF because it was already known that levels of the protein were raised in people with type 2 diabetes, and metabolic syndrome - a collection of risk factors including too much belly fat, high cholesterol and high blood pressure. They found that of all the molecules secreted by fat cells PEDF was among the most abundant.

They also showed that PEDF levels fell in obese mice when they lost weight, either by using diet or drugs. When lean mice were injected with PEDF they showed signs of developing insulin resistance and inflammation in both muscle and liver. And in the long term, PEDF raised fat levels in the animals' blood.

These fats were transported into the muscle and liver, where they accumulated, raising the risk of insulin resistance still further.


But when obese mice were given treatment to neutralise PEDF their sensitivity to insulin improved, reducing their risk of diabetes, and the level of fats in their blood fell.

Researcher Dr Matthew Watt, from Monash University in Australia, said: "In light of our findings, we believe that blocking PEDF will ameliorate several obesity-related complications."

He said previous research had suggested that PEDF also protects against furring of the arteries and excessive blood vessel growth and helps keep the nervous system healthy. But he said new drugs could be at least five years away.

Dr Victoria King, of Diabetes UK, said: "While this study has been carried out in mice, there has been some indication from other studies that higher levels of this protein found in overweight people with type 2 diabetes could indicate that a similar process is occurring in humans.

"But this would need to be studied further and verified."

Dr Ian Campbell, medical director of the charity Weight Concern, said: "If we were able to somehow switch off or limit the activities of this, or related compounds it could open up new possibilities for drug treatments, not for obesity, but for the secondary effects.

"To date weight loss drugs though effective are often not effective enough.

"Tackling insulin resistance directly, even in the absence of weight loss, could potentially strengthen our ability to help obese patients reduce their risk of life-shortening disease."

Professor Ian MacDonald, an expert in the chemistry of nutrition at the University of Nottingham, said PEDF was one of many chemicals produced by fat cells and it was unclear how they all interacted with each other.

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Cough find sparks treatment hope

BBC News

Scientists have discovered a protein molecule on the surface of nerve cells that makes us cough when irritated.They hope the findings could lead to new drugs to treat chronic cough, which affects about 10% of the UK population.

Coughing is the symptom for which medical advice is most commonly sought and it accounts for over half of new patient consultations to a GP. The University of Hull study was presented to a British Pharmacological Society meeting.

If a successful blocker of this new receptor can be developed, it would be an excellent treatment for coughs
Dr Keith Prowse
British Lung Foundation

Lead researcher Professor Alyn Morice said: "Chronic cough can be socially isolating and disabling and people come from all over Europe to my cough clinic because the cough is ruining their lives, yet current treatment options are limited with remedies little better than honey and lemon."

Research has already focused on protein receptors which sit on the surface of nerve cells, and enable them to pass on signals. One particular receptor - TRPV1 - generated excitement after it was shown to produce a cough reflex when stimulated by capsaicin, an extract of chilli peppers. A number of companies produced potential drugs to block the receptor, which helps the body to sense heat, and to register pain.

However, their work was stymied by the revelation that patients in which the receptor was blocked not only had an impaired ability to detect heat, but also developed a higher body temperature.

Cinnamon extract

The Hull group instead focused on a different type of receptor, called TRPA1, which is more concerned with the ability to sense coldness. They showed it produced a cough reflex when it was stimulated by a cinnamon extract.

They went on to clone the receptor in order to study its chemistry more closely. Professor Morice said it would take several years for his work to yield new drugs to block cough, even if the work proceeded well.

But he said: "The TRPA1 receptor that we have identified as a cough receptor and recently cloned is more interesting because it is set off by a much wider range of substances."

The Hull team is carrying out large-scale patient studies to try to identify agents to block the newly-identified receptor. Their goal is to restore the cough reflex to normal levels, rather than to stop it completely.

Professor Morice said: "When people have a cough they have a heightened sensitivity. However, we don't want to eliminate cough in patients because it is vital to keeping people well - it stops us getting pneumonia - so a return to normal sensitivity is the goal.

British Lung Foundation vice-president Dr Keith Prowse described the study as interesting.
"We now need to find out what exactly stimulates this receptor and how it can be blocked," he said.

"If a successful blocker of this new receptor can be developed, it would be an excellent treatment for coughs which affects millions people in the UK and especially those with respiratory diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD) and asthma."

Diets bad for teeth may harm the body


Times Of India

Dental disease may be a warning that the high-glycemic diet that led to dental problems in the short term may, in the long term, cause harm to the body.

"The five-alarm fire bell of a tooth ache is difficult to ignore," says Dr. Philippe P. Hujoel, professor of dental public health sciences at the University of Washington (UW) School of Dentistry in Seattle. Hujoel weighed two contradictory viewpoints on the role of dietary carbohydrates in health and disease. The debate surrounds fermentable carbohydates: foods that turn into simple sugars in the mouth.

Fermentable carbohydrates are not just sweets like cookies, doughnuts, cake and candy. They also include bananas and several tropical fruits, sticky fruits like raisins and other dried fruits, and starchy foods like potatoes, refined wheat flour, yams, rice, pasta, pretzels, bread, and corn.

One viewpoint is that certain fermentable carbohydrates are beneficial to general health and that the harmful dental consequences of such a diet should be managed by the tools found in the oral hygiene section of drugstores.

A contrasting viewpoint suggests that fermentable carbohydrates are bad for both dental and general health, and that both dental and general health need to be maintained by restricting fermentable carbohydrates. The close correlation between the biological mechanisms that cause dental decay and the factors responsible for high average levels of glucose in the blood is intriguing.

Hujoel explains that eating sugar or fermentable carbohydrates drops the acidity levels of dental plaque and is considered an initiating cause of dental decay. "Eating these same foods, he says, is also associated with spikes in blood sugar levels. There is fascinating evidence that suggests that the higher the glycemic level of a food, the more it will drop the acidity of dental plaque, and the higher it will raise blood sugar. So, possibly, dental decay may really be a marker for the chronic high-glycemic diets that lead to both dental decay and chronic systemic diseases. This puts a whole new light on studies that have linked dental diseases to such diverse illnesses as Alzheimer''s disease and pancreatic cancer," Hujoel said.

The report has been published in the Journal of Dental Research

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Google to launch operating system

BBC News

Google is developing an operating system (OS) for personal computers, in a direct challenge to market leader Microsoft and its Windows system.

Google Chrome OS will be aimed initially at small, low-cost netbooks, but will eventually be used on PCs as well. Google said netbooks with Chrome OS could be on sale by the middle of 2010. "Speed, simplicity and security are the key aspects of Google Chrome OS," the firm said in its official blog.

The operating system, which will run on an open source licence, was a "natural extension" of its Chrome browser, the firm said. The news comes just months before Microsoft launches the latest version of its operating system, called Windows 7.

'Back to basics'

"We're designing the OS to be fast and lightweight, to start up and get you on to the web in a few seconds," said the blog post written by Sundar Pichai, vice-president of product management, and Google's engineering director Linus Upson.

Both men said that "the operating systems that browsers run on were designed in an era where there was no web" and that this OS was "our attempt to rethink what operating systems should be".

To that end, the search giant said the new OS would go back to basics. "We are completely redesigning the underlying security architecture of the OS so that users don't have to deal with viruses, malware and security updates.

"It should just work," said Google.

Google already has an operating system for mobile phones called Android which can also be used to run on netbooks. Google Chrome OS will be aimed not just at laptops but also at desktops for those who spend a lot of time on the web.

'Truly competitive'

The announcement could dramatically change the market for operating systems, especially for Microsoft, the biggest player with around 90% share. "This announcement is huge," said Rob Enderle, industry watcher and president of the Enderle Group.

"This is the first time we have had a truly competitive OS on the market in years. This is potentially disruptive and is the first real attempt by anyone to go after Microsoft.

"Google is coming at this fresh and, because it is based on a set of services that reside on the web, it is the first really post-web operating system, designed from the ground up, and reconceived for a web world," Mr Enderle told the BBC.

Last year Google launched the Chrome browser, which it said was designed for "people who live on the web - searching for information, checking e-mail, catching up on the news, shopping or just staying in touch with friends".

Stephen Shankland at CNET said the move had widespread implications.

"One is that it shows just how serious Google is about making the web into a foundation not just for static pages but for active applications, notably its own such as Google Docs and G-mail.

"Another, it opens new competition with Microsoft and, potentially, a new reason for anti-trust regulators to pay close attention to Google's moves."

Some commentators said Google's motivation in all this was pretty clear.

"One of Google's major goals is to take Microsoft out, to systematically destroy their hold on the market," said Mr Enderle.

"Google wants to eliminate Microsoft and it's a unique battle. The strategy is good. The big question is, will it work?"

At the popular blog, TechCrunch, MG Siegler said: "Let's be clear on what this really is. This is Google dropping the mother of all bombs on its rival, Microsoft."

Microsoft releases Windows 7 later this year to replace Windows Vista and Windows XP, which is eight years old.

The Redmond-based company claims that 96% of netbooks run Windows to date.

Out of beta

In a separate announcement Google also revealed that many of its most popular applications had finally moved out of trial, or beta, phase.

Gmail, for example, has worn the beta tag for five years.

"We realise this situation puzzles some people, particularly those who subscribe to the traditional definition of beta software as being not yet ready for prime time," wrote Matthew Glotzbach, the director of product management in the official Google blog.

The decision to ditch the beta tag was taken because the apps had finally reached the "high bar" mark, he wrote.

More than 1.75 million companies use Google apps, according to the firm.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

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Sunday, July 5, 2009

Marico gets nod to raise Tk 13.42cr


Daily Star :Marico gets nod to raise Tk 13.42cr through IPO

Marico Bangladesh Limited (MBL), a subsidiary of Indian Marico Limited, has received the green light from the stock market regulator to raise more than Tk 13.42 crore from Bangladesh capital market.

The multinational company will spend the fund, raised through initial public offering (IPO), to repay bank loans, said people close to the issue.Each of the company's 14.92 crore shares has been fixed at Tk 10 in addition to a premium of Tk 80 per share, Securities and Exchange Commission officials said.

“We have approved the Marico Bangladesh IPO at a meeting,” Anwarul Kabir Bhuiyan, executive director of SEC, told reporters after the meeting on Thursday.The company had sought Tk 100 in premium per share but later revised the figure down to Tk 80 in line with securities rules.

Net asset value per share of MBL is Tk 32.69 and annualised earnings per share are Tk 11.12, according to Bhuiyan.The SEC approved the Tk 486.08 crore IPO of the country's largest mobile operator on Thursday.

“The approval of MBL IPO, along with Grameenphone, will meet the investors' demand for new and quality shares to some extent," he said.

Market analysts said issues such as Grameenphone and Marico were timely as the market is bullish and investors are looking for new quality shares. The two issues will help boost investor confidence in the market, they added.

According to the MBL website, it holds a leadership position in the fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) space.MBL's products in coconut oil, hair care and skin care reach out to more than 4.5 lakh outlets in Bangladesh.

The company with Tk 28.35 crore in paid-up capital generated a turnover of about Tk 26.5 crore in fiscal 2007-08.

IDLC Finance is the issue manager for Marico IPO.Starting operation in Bangladesh in 2002, the company markets well-known brands such as Parachute, Aromatic, Camelia, Hair Code and Beliphool with significant market shares.

Ranked sixth most-trusted brand out of 849 across the category by Bangladesh Brand Forum in 2008, Parachute holds a 73 percent market share in the coconut oil category.

One in every three Bangladeshis is a MBL consumer, while over 0.92 crore consumer packs from Marico reach consumers every month, according to one estimate by the company.

Marico's focus on sustainable profitable growth is manifest through its consistent financial performance, as it has made substantial profit over the last five years. MBL has established its own factory, Corporate Office and depots around the country.

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Govt targets 5,000MW power

The Daily Star

The government has designed a plan for 5,000MW power generation during its tenure through public and private involvement, said an adviser to the prime minister yesterday.The public sector will generate 2,000MW, while the private sector will produce the rest, said Dr Towfiq-e-Elahi Chowdhury, adviser to the prime minister on power, energy and mineral resources.

Chowdhury yesterday inaugurated the 33MW power plant of Summit Uttaranchol Power Company Limited at Maona in Gazipur.The plant, which went into operation in May, sells power to the Rural Electrification Board (REB) at Tk 2.32 per unit. Mymensingh-2 Pally Bidyut Samiti and Gazipur Pally Bidyut Samiti supplies power to around 1.12 lakh clients, including 3,149 industrial units.

Addressing the inaugural at the plant premises, Chowdhury said the government would start implementing the plan to create a fund of Tk 10,000 crore with finances from the capital market, private sector and international financers for power generation this fiscal year, instead of depending solely on budget. The government itself will provide Tk 2,000 crore.

Over the last seven years, efforts to generate power were virtually on hold and gas supply came down, the adviser said. “We cannot generate power immediately even if we want. But the prime minister is very sincere about it.”

As there are problems in gas supply, furnace oil could be a source of energy for now, said Chowdhury, also former energy secretary.The government will provide three crore energy-saving bulbs to people for free by February, which he said would save 300MW to 400MW power and millions of taka.

Besides, the government will promote solar power, biogas and even wind power to generate more power, Chowdhury told the gathering.Lauding Summit Power's role in generating power when load shedding and power cuts seriously hamper industrial output and normal life, local lawmaker advocate Rahmat Ali said the plant can immensely help people.

Summit Group and Summit Power Limited Chairman Muhammad Aziz Khan said they had installed "world-class" engines for the power plant that saves a lot of gas.

“Generally, 25 to 27 units of power are generated from 100 units of gas, but this plant generates 44 units of power from 100 units of gas,” Khan said. "The system loss in transmission is also less."

Summit Power plans to install more power plants.Industrial and Infrastructure Development Finance Company Limited (IIDFC) Managing Director Asaduzzaman Khan said it was the government's policy support that helped the power company set up plants in the private sector.

IIDFC is the lead arranger of finance for the Maona plant. Its installation required Tk 145 crore."Money is not a big problem. If the government makes its rules a bit flexible, power generation will be easier," he said.

REB Chairman Bhuiyan Shafiqul Islam, Gazipur Deputy Commissioner Kamaluddin Talukder and Summit Power Limited Managing Director Touhidul Islam also spoke.

Summit Power presently operates 10 power plants with generation capacity of 215MW.

Insurance coverage for outbound workers

The Financial Express

The government is adopting a policy that will pave the way for having mandatory life insurance coverage for Bangladeshis going abroad with jobs, aiming to help protect expatriate workers from any unforeseen risks, official sources said.

"Framing of a new policy is underway mainly to introduce a provision making it mandatory for a Bangladeshi worker to hold a life insurance policy for working abroad," a senior government official told the FE.

The government has initiated to frame such policy in order to help expatriate Bangladeshi workers and their families reduce vulnerability in case of their death and other health-related problems while working abroad, said the official.

Another objective of the proposed policy is to ensure welfare of the expatriate workers that are now sending home nearly US$ 9.50 billion worth of remittance per annum, he added.

The government, according to officials, has already decided, in principle, to devise the policy and is now scrutinising the pros and cons about its possible guidelines.

The Ministry of Expatriates' Welfare and Overseas Employment (MEWOE) in consultation with other relevant government agencies, including the Chief Controller and Insurance (CCI), and ministries of health, law and foreign affairs, is drafting the proposed policy.

"It (the draft policy) is expected to be finalised shortly after fine-tuning some of the important provisions," said an official.

The official close to the policy initiative said the authorities are now studying some of the issues including payment system of premium and integration of life insurance companies with the process.

A study is underway as to whether the outbound workers will pay their premium at a time or installment basis, officials said.

Apart from the payment of premium, the authorities are also framing the policy in such a manner so that the introduction of the mandatory insurance policy does not cause any additional burden or hassle for the overseas-going workers, they mentioned.

"The outbound Bangladeshi workers are learnt to have been harassed by some manpower recruiting agencies. The authorities are actively looking into the matter so that the provision of obtaining insurance policy does not create further problems for them," said an official.

Against the backdrop, the government is considering setting necessary criteria for the sake of rational and equal participation of life insurers in the process of having insurance policies for the outbound workers, he added.

Due to the absence of such insurance coverage, many of the expatriate workers have to face insecurity in case of their physical injuries, officials said, adding that sometimes their families become totally helpless because of it.

Global tourism faces bleak future

The New Age

The UN World Tourism Organisation revised its 2009 global tourism forecast down sharply Thursday due to worsening economic growth prospects and uncertainty over the impact of the swine flu.
In the June edition of its ‘World Tourism Barometer’, the Madrid-based body forecast international tourism would decrease between four and six per cent this year. In January it had predicted a decline of between zero and two per cent.
‘The negative trend in international tourism that emerged during the second half of 2008 intensified in 2009,’ it said in a statement, adding economic growth prospects have been adjusted downwards repeatedly over the past six months.
‘There is additional uncertainty regarding the future of the influenza A(H1N1) virus and its effect on demand in the short to medium term,’ the statement added.
The International Monetary Fund was forecasting growth of over 2.0 per cent for the world economy when the UN body issued its tourism forecast in January. The IMF is now forecasting a global economic contraction of 1.3 per cent.
During the first four months of 2009, global tourism declined by 8.0 per cent from the same period last year to 247 million international tourism arrivals, the UN body said in the statement.
Europe posted a decline of 10 per cent between January and April while Asia and the Pacific region saw a decline of 6.0 per cent during the period.
Africa and South America were the only regions to buck the downward trend, posting increases of 3.0 per cent and 0.2 per cent respectively.
‘The positive results in Africa reflect the strength of North African destinations around the Mediterranean and the recovery of Kenya as one of leading Sub-Saharan destinations,’ the statement said.
International tourism arrivals rose 1.9 per cent in 2008 over the previous year to 922 million.
France remained the world’s top tourism destination that year with 79 million arrivals while the United States regained the second-place position which it lost to Spain after the September 11, 2001 attacks.

Cut prices or face exporters

The New Age

The commerce ministry, seeing the continuous increase of the prices of eggs, has wanted to know from all the concerned quarters the local demand for eggs in the city markets in the last couple of months, said official sources.
An inter-ministry meeting on Thursday, presided over by commerce secretary Feroz Ahmed and attended by senior officials of the ministries of fisheries and livestock and food, discussed the high prices of eggs in the local market.
The meeting decided to get information on the actual demand for eggs from the poultry association as well as the concerned government offices.
‘We will withdraw the 16-year-long restriction on egg import if the price of eggs is not reduced by the local producers within a short time,’ said a senior official of the commerce ministry who attended the meeting.
Sources also said that most of the officials at the meeting, however, opposed the idea of withdrawing the restriction on egg import as India was still not free from bird flu. The price of four eggs in the local market, which was Tk 20 a year ago, is now Tk 28, showing an increase of about 30 per cent.
Local poultry farmers and industry operators on Wednesday also opposed any move for allowing import of eggs and said that withdrawal of the restriction would hurt their attempt to recover from the ravages of the recent bouts of bird flu.
The restriction on importing eggs has remained effective since 1993. It was imposed to stop entry of low-priced eggs into the country, which would adversely affect the local poultry industries.

Friday, July 3, 2009


Bangladesh, officially the People's Republic of Bangladesh is a country in South Asia. It is bordered by India on all sides except for a small border with Burma (Myanmar) to the far southeast and by the Bay of Bengal to the south. Together with the Indian state of West Bengal, it makes up the ethno-linguistic region of Bengal. The name Bangladesh means "Country of Bengal" in the official Bengali language.

The borders of present-day Bangladesh were established with the partition of Bengal and India in 1947, when the region became the eastern wing of the newly formed Pakistan. However, it was separated from the western wing by 1,600 kilometres (1,000 mi) across India. Political and linguistic discrimination as well as economic neglect led to popular agitations against West Pakistan, which led to the war for independence in 1971 and the establishment of Bangladesh. After independence the new state endured famines, natural disasters and widespread poverty, as well as political turmoil and military coups. The restoration of democracy in 1991 has been followed by relative stability and economic progress.

Bangladesh is the seventh most populous country in the world and is among the most densely populated countries in the world with a high poverty rate. However, per-capita (inflation-adjusted) GDP has more than doubled since 1975, and the poverty rate has fallen by 20% since the early 1990s. The country is listed among the "Next Eleven" economies. Dhaka and other urban centers have been the driving force behind this growth.

Geographically, the country straddles the fertile Ganges-Brahmaputra Delta and is subject to annual monsoon floods and cyclones. The government is a parliamentary democracy; however, political rule was suspended under emergency law for two years from 11 January 2007 to 17 December 2008.Bangladesh is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, the OIC,SAARC, BIMSTEC, and the D-8. As the World Bank notes in its July 2005 Country Brief, the country has made significant progress in human development in the areas of literacy, gender parity in schooling and reduction of population growth.However, Bangladesh continues to face a number of major challenges, including widespread political and bureaucratic corruption, and economic competition relative to the world.

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

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