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Old June 20th, 2016, 06:02 PM   #1661
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Big plan for mobile apps
Govt takes up Tk 282cr project to develop apps for local and international markets



The government has taken up a Tk 282-crore project to develop mobile applications for both local and international markets.

The Executive Committee of the National Economic Council yesterday approved the project, which will be implemented with domestic resources within 2018.

Mobile game and app development academies will be established at eight divisional headquarters, while mobile game and app labs, app testing labs and training points will be set up at local educational institutions in 30 districts.

Under the project, the government will take up awareness and publicity programmes about games and apps along with online quality assurance examination and evaluation of the apps.

A planning ministry official said a new foreign currency earning industry will emerge if the project becomes successful.

During 2011-2016, the number of customers of mobile games and apps increased 7.3 percent on average each year in the global market, according to a report of the ministry.

The planning ministry official said the number of customers will be 8.5 billion worldwide in 2016.


If youths of Bangladesh can be trained properly, they will contribute to the global apps market, the official said.

Ecnec yesterday approved six other projects worth Tk 3,044 crore; all the projects will be implemented with the government funds.

The government set aside Tk 504 crore for land acquisition and land development for a 350-megawatt coal-fired power plant in Gazaria upazila of Munshiganj.

Besides, a Tk 1,026-crore project has been taken to carry out repairs on different affected roads, drains and footpaths under Dhaka North City Corporation.

The government also revised the Buriganga river restoration project extending its deadline and raising allocation.

The cost of the project was set at Tk 944 crore in 2010 and it was scheduled to be completed by 2013.

But now the project cost has been revised up to Tk 1,125 crore with the project completion deadline in 2020. The aim of the project is to increase navigability of four major rivers around Dhaka city to pave the way for movement of vessels throughout the year.

After the meeting, Planning Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal said waters of the four rivers around Dhaka are getting polluted due to domestic and industrial waste.

Kamal said the prime minister has directed different ministries to prepare a master plan to increase navigability of the rivers and prevent pollution. and prevent pollution.

Source: Daily Star
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Old July 15th, 2016, 07:06 PM   #1662
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Huawei opens innovation centre in Dhaka



China's telecom equipment vendor Huawei yesterday opened its first Customer Solution Innovation and Integration Experience Centre (CSIC) in the capital to showcase its innovative technologies.

State Minister for Telecom Tarana Halim inaugurated the centre in Gulshan, which is the company's 20th such centre globally, said officials.

Li Guangjun, economic and commercial counsellor of the Chinese embassy in Dhaka, and Zhao Haofu, chief executive of Huawei Technologies (Bangladesh), were also present.

Tarana said the innovation centre will help digitise the country.

Haofu said their vision is to build a connected Bangladesh, together with their customers and partners.

“It is positioned to be an experienced centre to see the global best practices, to be a centre of idea exchange and business solution innovation, and to be a platform to develop a win-win eco-system,” said Haofu.

Huawei CSIC is a global network of dedicated and global innovative and state-of-the-art experience labs that allow interested parties to experience, validate and build information and communication technology solutions and applications, the company said in a statement.

Huawei also has a handset business in the country and they are now the number four handset importer.
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Old July 18th, 2016, 01:11 AM   #1663
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Why doesn't mobile and internet companies improve internet coverage in areas like Dakshin (south) Surma and Bishwanath of Sylhet District?
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Old July 18th, 2016, 01:37 AM   #1664
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Why doesn't mobile and internet companies improve internet coverage in areas like Dakshin (south) Surma and Bishwanath of Sylhet District?
I expect it's a function of demand and supply. Also, if residents of those localities do not pressure the providers through campaigns (letter writing, etc.), quality may not improve for a long time.
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Old July 23rd, 2016, 07:12 AM   #1665
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First IT training centre to open in three months
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The country's first IT training and incubation centre is set to start its operation in three months as part of the government's effort to train 480 youths in graphic and web designing and search engine optimisation.

ICT State Minister Zunaid Ahmed Palak will lay the foundation stone of Sheikh Kamal IT Incubation and Training Centre at the abandoned building of the old central jail in Natore today.

“This is a ready building and no big development work will be needed to establish the training centre here,” said Hosne Ara Begum, managing director of Bangladesh Hi-Tech Park Authority, which will develop the centre.

The government has allocated Tk 9.13 crore for the project that will run up to June 2018.

The park authority will select secondary and higher secondary students for training and each batch will contain 30 students, she said.

“We have already developed the curriculum for the training centres with the help of experts, and trainers will also be hired to run the course.”

The training provided by the centre will also help the students qualify for jobs abroad, she said.


The BHTPA also plans to develop another six centres in Chittagong, Comilla, Sylhet, Barisal, Netrokona and Magura.

A software incubation centre will also be developed inside the training centre, where 10 companies will be able to setup their firms.

The incubation centre will start its operation in July next year.
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Old July 28th, 2016, 10:03 PM   #1666
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First IT training centre to open in three months
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The country's first IT training and incubation centre is set to start its operation in three months as part of the government's effort to train 480 youths in graphic and web designing and search engine optimisation.

ICT State Minister Zunaid Ahmed Palak will lay the foundation stone of Sheikh Kamal IT Incubation and Training Centre at the abandoned building of the old central jail in Natore today.

“This is a ready building and no big development work will be needed to establish the training centre here,” said Hosne Ara Begum, managing director of Bangladesh Hi-Tech Park Authority, which will develop the centre.

The government has allocated Tk 9.13 crore for the project that will run up to June 2018.

The park authority will select secondary and higher secondary students for training and each batch will contain 30 students, she said.

“We have already developed the curriculum for the training centres with the help of experts, and trainers will also be hired to run the course.”

The training provided by the centre will also help the students qualify for jobs abroad, she said.


The BHTPA also plans to develop another six centres in Chittagong, Comilla, Sylhet, Barisal, Netrokona and Magura.

A software incubation centre will also be developed inside the training centre, where 10 companies will be able to setup their firms.

The incubation centre will start its operation in July next year.

Dhaka Jail ? I thought that was going to become a museum and recreation centre ? And surely it is not renovated yet for this IT training to take place in it ?
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Old July 29th, 2016, 01:49 AM   #1667
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Dhaka Jail ? I thought that was going to become a museum and recreation centre ? And surely it is not renovated yet for this IT training to take place in it ?
No, this article is referring the jail in Natore.
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Old August 6th, 2016, 05:54 PM   #1668
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Navy likely to develop Sylhet Hi-tech Park
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Bangladesh Navy is likely to be tasked with developing the Sylhet Hi-tech Park (Sylhet Electronics City) as part of the government plan to implement Vision 2021.

Docyard and Engineering Works Limited (DEW) will run the project work, which would be implemented at a cost of Tk134.02 crore.

The implementation proposal of the project is likely to get approval from today’s cabinet committee meeting on public purchase.

Sources said ICT Division will build more Hi-Tech parks in different divisions and districts of the country.

DEW Ltd is the oldest dockyard in the subcontinent that posseses the greatest history of shipbuilding and repairs.

Presently, the high speed aluminium patrol boat for Bangladesh Coast Guard is building. This yard planned to build up to 6000 DWT vessel within 2020.

An official of ICT Division said it is a priority project of the current government.

Considering it, Bangladesh Hi-Tech Park Authority will put additional care so it can be completed quickly.

The park would be established on a 162.63-acre of land at Companyganj upazila under Sylhet district.

Under this project, the dockyard will build approach road, administrative building, a sub-power station, fibre optical connectivity and boundary wall.

ECNEC approved the project titled “Hi-Tech Park, Sylhet (Sylhet Electronics City)” in March this year.

All establishment of the works would be implemented under an Open Tender Method.

Meanwhile, the government is developing Kaliakoir Hi-Tech Park, the first ever in the country, located at Kaliakoir upazila in Gazipur. It is 40km north of Dhaka city on a 232-acre of land.

Summit Technopolis and Bangladesh TechnoSity Limited are developing the parks.

The Hi-Tech Park Authority offers 10 years tax holiday, exemption of income tax for expatriate professionals, 10 years accelerated depreciation permissible, exemption from import duties, 100% exemption of taxes for all exports, 100% equity is allowed for FDI companies, custom boded area and single window agency.
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Old August 16th, 2016, 08:29 PM   #1669
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Some interesting developments

A more positive news : IT sector
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Old September 2nd, 2016, 01:37 AM   #1670
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Axiata's merger plan gets Bangladesh court's nod.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Axiata Group Bhd and Bharti Airtel Ltd have received the approval of Bangladesh's High Court to merge their operations in the country. However, the merger fee and spectrum charge will come to almost RM320mil in total.

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia on Thursday, Axiata said the High Court division of Bangladesh’s Supreme Court had fixed the merger fee at 100 crore taka (RM52mil).

The merged entity is also required to pay the Bangladesh Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (BTRC) an additional 507 crore taka (RM264.6mil). This is the difference between the Robi Axiata spectrum price paid in 2011 and the price paid by Airtel Bangladesh for spectrum in 2005.

High charges recommended by the BTRC in May to the Bangladesh government had threatened to derail the proposed merger between Axiata’s and Bharti’s units (Robi Axiata Ltd and Airtel Bangladesh Ltd). The commission, according to reports, had eyed about 750 taka crore (RM390mil) in fees and charges.

At Axiata’s recent AGM, its president and group chief executive officer Datuk Seri Jamaludin Ibrahim told the media that the company would not be in a position to proceed with the merger if the fees imposed exceeded a certain threshold.

In its statement to the exchange on Thursday, Axiata did not say whether it would appeal, or consider to appeal, for a lower amount.

The court in Bangladesh also ruled that spectrums assigned to Robi Axiata and to Airtel Bangladesh respectively prior to the proposed merger would continue to be used by the amalgamated company for the time period stipulated in the letter of assignment or license.

The merged company -- referred to by Axiata as “MergeCo” in its statement -- may renew these spectrums in accordance with applicable rules and regulations at the time of the renewal, the court said.

If Robi decides to return any spectrum to the BTRC, the court has fixed the value of the returned spectrum at 10 crore taka (RM5.2mil) per MHz per year.

Apart from the court’s conditions, the proposed merger is subject to the fulfilment of conditions stipulated in the Axiata-Bharti agreement signed in January.

Axiata had originally targeted to complete the merger transaction in the first half of 2016. In the latest announcement to Bursa Malaysia, it gave the fourth quarter of 2016 as the new deadline.

Robi Axiata and Airtel Bangladesh have also agreed to further extend their agreement (for the second time) from Sept 26 to Dec 31, 2016, or such other date as the parties may agree.

On completion of the merger, Axiata will hold a controlling 68.7% stake in the combined entity, while Bharti will own 25%. The remaining 6.3% will be held by existing shareholder NTT Docomo of Japan.

Robi will the surviving corporation post-merger
http://www.thestar.com.my/business/b...airtel-merger/
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Old September 22nd, 2016, 07:44 AM   #1671
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Robi launches 200 wi-fi hotspots
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Mobile operator Robi recently launched 200 wi-fi hotspots in various establishments across the country. Robi users will be able to enjoy the service free of cost at restaurants, institutes, shopping malls and airports.

However, for being eligible for the service, Robi subscribers will have to have the experience of purchasing a data pack of at least 1GB.

An official said almost all operators are struggling to ensure uninterrupted indoor network coverage and wi-fi is a solution to this problem.

The initiative is part of a bigger project the operator took in April, under which high-speed wi-fi services will be provided in 500 top restaurants and retail outlets, 100 educational institutions, 10 airports and railway stations, and more than 350 buses, taxis and trains.

In April Robi rolled out free wi-fi services in 100 buses and 100 taxicabs in a bid to provide high-speed internet to its subscribers.

“Robi is committed to implementing the government's vision of a digital Bangladesh and the availability of the internet is the prime enabler of this vision,” said Supun Weerasinghe, managing director and chief executive officer of the operator.

Robi is currently on the way to merge its operations with Airtel. The High Court recently gave the green light to the much-awaited merger, paving the way for the formation of the country's second largest mobile operator.
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Walton releases laptops in tech market

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Bangladesh’s electronics giant ‘Walton’ has officially kicked off the marketing of its new product ‘6th Generation Intel processor based laptops’ in the domestic tech market.

The launching ceremony of Walton brand laptops was held at Westin Hotel in Dhaka on Thursday.
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50 percent construction over for country’s first satellite Bangabandhu-1: Tarana


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State Minister for Post and Telecommunications Tarana Halim has said 50 percent of the construction of the country’s first commercial and broadcast satellite Bangabandhu-1 is over.

She said the satellite, named after the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, will go in operation from April 2018 after being sent to space by December 2017.

The state minister disclosed the information at a press briefing at the office of Bangladesh Telecommunications Company Ltd (BTCL) in the capital on Friday.

“The system requirement review and preliminary design review is done. The engineering is done by 83 percent, construction of antenna and communication and service module is done by 56 percent and 65 percent respectively,” she said.
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Thursday, 17 November 2016 | MYT 1:00 PM
Axiata, Bharti Airtel complete merger in Bangladesh



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In a statement, Axiata said it now holds 68.7% controlling stake in the combined entity, while Bharti holds 25%. The remaining 6.3% continues to be held by the existing shareholder, NTT DOCOMO of Japan.

The telco said the combined entity would operate as Robi Axiata Limited and will serve approximately 32.2 million subscribers.

The joint strengths of Robi and Airtel sets the stage to deliver the widest mobile network coverage across Bangladesh, enhancing its stronghold in the mobile internet segment as well as consolidating its position as the second largest operator in the country.

“Axiata’s proven track record of successful strategic mergers and integrations in our other markets such as Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Cambodia has qualified the Group to lead the first telecoms merger and initiate market consolidation in Bangladesh,” Axiata president and group chief executive officer Tan Sri Jamaludin Ibrahim said in the statement.

He said in-country consolidation had been one of the group’s key focus in solidifying our position, unlocking profitability and opportunities of the market as well as ensuring better services to customers and the public.

“As a committed investor with over two decades of presence in Bangladesh, Axiata fully supports Robi’s continued efforts on nation building especially in bridging the digital divide and to achieve the Digital Bangladesh aspiration.

“We are confident this consolidation will secure the country’s further development not only within the telecommunications industry but also act as further impetus to fuel a more mature business and investment environment in Bangladesh,” Jamaludin said.

Axiata said the merger was completed following the fulfilment of the condition precedents to the agreement and filing of the merger filing with the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies and Firms of Bangladesh Court.
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Old November 19th, 2016, 06:47 AM   #1675
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http://www.thestar.com.my/business/b...in-bangladesh/
Lol if the Sheikhs of Abu Dhabi with their buckets full of cash couldn't make a business profitable, I wonder how the Indians could...

Wouldn't be surprised if down the line Bharti pulls out entirely..
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Uber taxi service hits Dhaka streets
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Uber, the global taxi service company, is launched in Dhaka today promising to bring a change in the commuting experience in the busy capital.

The world's largest on-demand mobility platform will be available in Dhaka to offer safe, reliable and affordable rides at the push of a button while opening up flexible, economic opportunities for driver-partners, according to a Uber press release.

Among one of their first users in Dhaka, Raffat Binte Rashid and Sharier Khan, said it took them only BDT 400 to come from Uttara to their office in the city’s Karwan Bazar.

They used the Uber app on their smartphones to submit a trip request.

“This was a significantly lower fare than other taxi services that I have used in Dhaka. My fare metered at Tk 400 compared to Tk 600 for other taxis on the same route,” said Sharier Khan, greatly pleased with the service.

“Grameenphone’s partnership with Uber will enable our customers to use Uber’s innovative service in a very convenient way. We believe this partnership will be a tremendous addition to the digital lifestyle of our customers,” the press release quotes Chief Marketing Officer Of Grameenphone Ltd Yasir Azman as saying.

You can experience Uber in this fast and very simple way:


-Download the free app from the Apple Store or Google Play

-Sign up using your phone number and email

-Request a ride and a driver will pick you up within minutes

-Simply pay in cash at the end of the ride

An American multinational online transportation network company headquartered in San Francisco, California, Uber offers App-based taxi service allowing customers with smartphones to submit a trip request.

Though Uber does not own any cars and just acts like a middleman between customers and cab drivers, it has made the task of booking a cab easier.

Once a person signs up for Uber's free app and enters relevant credit card information, he/she can call a car by opening the app and giving information about their location. The system says how long the driver will take to arrive.

If the Uber car is travelling at a speed greater than 18 km/h, fare is calculated on the basis of distance, otherwise, it is calculated on the basis of total travelled time.

Fare also depends on supply and demand. It means fare is higher during peak traffic hours and less during lean time so that more drivers are encouraged to operate their cabs during high demand.

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