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Old September 28th, 2005, 06:03 PM   #41
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Shopping Centers in Chittagong
With eye-catching decoration and lighting, all the shopping malls of the port city now wear a colourful look to attract costumers ahead of Eid Ul Fitr. Amin Centre, a shopping mall at Lalkhan Bazar Ispahani intersection, top, and Bipani Bitan, the New Marketing, bottom

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Inside the Chittagong Shah Amanat International Airport




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some random Chittagong shots









Under construction Akhtaruzzaman Centre - an 18 storied commercial cum shopping complex





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5 Star Hotel Seagull in the distance



Inside and Poolside view of Hotel Seagull







Prasad Paradise - A luxury resort in Cox's Bazar

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Hotel Silmoon

Hotel Silmoon

http://www.hotelsilmoon.com/

The Hotel Silmoon is ideally situated in the heart of Chittagong, an oasis of luxury and tranquility in the heart of the bustling city, and offers easy access to all business districts and is in the Dampara, the most prestigious and uprising zone of the port ciy. Around the hotel premises Chittagong Police Head Quarters, Water Supply Head Office, Premier University and the National Jamiatul-Falah-Mosque are located.


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check out the photo gallery of 5 star Hotel Seagull in Cox's Bazar using the link below. You will love this!!

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5 star Seagull Hotel

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Enjoying an unrivalled location, overlooking the Bay of Bengal (only 25 yards from the Bay water) and sitting in the laps of hills, Seagull Hotel offers deluxe accommodation in 182 well-appointed guest rooms and suites. The panoramic views of the Ocean, the Majestic hills and the natural beauty of the tamarisk trees are all wonderfully complemented by luxury facilities and Bangladeshi hospitality.

Seagull Hotel offers deluxe accommodation in 182 well appointed guest rooms and suites. Most modern comfortable rooms with attached bath. Every rooms are well furnished & different looking. Every rooms has got its own balcony and mini fridge.

Guests will appreciate tempting choice of fine restaurant and entertainment with every opportunity for fun and entertainment in the cool luxurious Swimming pool, Health Club, Tennis Courts, Beauty Saloon, Billiard and Card Room .

Local sightseeing and visits to the surrounding islands can be organized by our travel desk personnel. Seagull Hotel is the ideal venue for Banquets/Conferences, Seminars, Executive retreats, Board meetings and Parties.

Honeymooners will find romance in the elegance, tranquility and privacy of the resort and the hotel.





































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Old February 21st, 2006, 11:28 PM   #49
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Newly opened 2 star Asian SR Hotel at Station Road, left, and 4 star The Peninsula Chittagong, right, at the CDA Avenue.



Peninsula Chittagong hotel opens


Feb 9: The Peninsula Chittagong, a newly-built four-star hotel located at the city's GEC crossing is almost set to commence its functioning on February 17.

The city's tallest hotel built with the joint investment of US, Finland and Bangladesh will have all types of modern amenities to ensure comfort to its all guests including rooftop health club Sky Gym offering stunning view of the port city, golf putting green on the rooftop, Orchid pastry shop, Flamingo café, Laguna restaurant, Isles bar and state-of-the-art safety and security system.

Apart from the eye catching design, the hotel will have 122 rooms of which forty-four with twin beds, seventy with queen beds and eight luxury suites providing all modern amenities.

Former State Minister for Civil aviation and Tourism and vice chairman of the Peninsula, Engineer Mosharraf Hossain said this at a press conference yesterday.

Dr. Golam Arshad, Chairman, Mustafa Thaseen Arshad, Managing Director, Mustafa Tarique Arshad Director and Bilkis Arshad, D.G.M Shahabuddin and Marketing Manager Kakali Farhana were present at the press conference.

Speakers said that despite different obstacles The Peninsula Chittagong will start its journey to meet the demand of the tourists and investors of home and abroad.

They said that in the past foreign visitors was reluctant to stay in Chittagong for lack of suitable accommodation.

The launching of The Peninsula Chittagong will meet this gap, they added.

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The Peninsula looks cool!
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Old February 27th, 2006, 09:35 PM   #51
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Asian University for Women in work begins in Sept

Asian University for Women in work begins in Sept

The construction of the Asian University for Women will begin in September at Pahartali in Chittagong involving an estimated $100 million with the assistance of the University for Women Support Foundation.


master plan

A memorandum of understanding to this effect will be signed between the government and the Boston-based foundation.

This was disclosed when a visiting foundation delegation led by its chairman Jack Meyer called on the education minister, M Osman Farruk, on Monday.

Farruk said the government was sincere in establishing the university for women and 130 acres of land had been given to the university foundation.

Jack Meyer said the design of the university had been finalised and the foundation would establish an office in Dhaka for monitoring the construction work.

He expressed the hope that the establishment of the university would enable women of different countries in Asia to acquire knowledge and to work as the focal point of women’s development.

Twenty-five per cent of the seats will be reserved for Bangladeshi students.

The academic activities of the university are expected to begin in September 2007.

The foundation chairman also called on foreign minister M Morshed Khan.

So far, the foundation has received $15 million initial contribution from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and $20 million from Kuwait Foundation.

Commitments have been received from Qatar amir for $20 million, from USAID ($850,000), from the Open Society Institute ($450,000) and from Unocal Foundation ($50,000).

The Saudi Fund for Development, ICB, OPEC Fund, UNDP, UNESCO and some EU countries have also committed to support the foundation for establishing the university.


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Some more info on this project

One hundred and four acres of land at Pahartali in Chittagong have already been acquired for the university.
Official sources said a committee of representatives from different levels of the government earlier carried a feasibility study in some districts to find out a location for the university.
The committee has finally recommended that the university be set up in Chittagong. The university will be modelled after the Asian Institute of Technology of Thailand.
The Asian Development Bank has made the effort to establish the university to produce efficient human resources through higher education of the women in the regions.
The Chittagong Development Authority has already taken up a Tk 33-crore project to build a six-kilometre, 120-feet wide connecting road; a one-kilometre bridge on the existing railway line will also be set up at a cost of Tk 8 crore.
A team of 10 engineers of US-based construction firm Elizabeth will be engaged in the overall activities, including the structural design of the university. The team is expected to reach Chittagong very soon.
Chittagong Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Amir Humayoon Mahmud Chowdhury, who is in charge of the local coordination of the project, said a new township and a high-tech village will also be developed centring the university campus.
The university, slated to open in 2008, will admit 25 per cent of its students from Bangladesh and the remaining 75 per cent from other countries in Asia, Chowdhury said.
The university will be the second international standards institution for women in Asia after the one in Thailand and the first of its kind in Asia.
The Bangladesh Consultants Ltd, a consulting firm of the Jamuna Multipurpose Bridge, has been entrusted with the responsibility of supervising the construction works of the university, the sources said.
The university will be international in scope and committed to serving women in Asia from all religious, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds, with a particular focus on women from marginalised and underserved communities.
The university will provide opportunities for women to study information technology, environmental engineering, sustainable development, management, education and public policy, the online release said.
It will also offer a five-year joint BA/MA course that will combine a broad liberal arts and science foundation with professional training.
It will also offer up to a year of prematriculation training in English, math and computers for promising students who require additional training in those fields for university entrance.
The first stage of the master plan will ascertain space requirements for the campus, number and types of classrooms, student and faculty housing, support facilities and other things.
The construction of the university will get under way in 2006, said the website of the New York-based Asian University for Women Support Foundation.

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Work for 308-bed modern hospital begins

Earth-filling work for construction of 308-bed Imperial Hospital is progressing fast to make the first-ever general hospital of international standard in the port city to be operational in 2008.

The lenders and stakeholders of Imperial Hospital Project at a meeting here last week discussed various aspects of the project and expressed satisfaction over the progress made so far towards its implementation, sources said.

The hospital aims at delivering specialised treatment such as cardiology, nephrology, neonatology, neuro-surgery, orthopedics, oncology and internal medicine in Chittagong.


The project includes a full fledged outpatient department with 40 independent consulting clinics to take care of 1000 patients a day, full range of diagnostic facilities, a Nursing Training Institute with a capacity of enrolling 50 students a year, a dormitory for 250 nurses and a patient attendants' dormitory (hotel), sources said.


"With a view to providing international standard healthcare service, the Imperial Hospital Limited (IHL), a joint venture of Chittagong Eye Infirmary and Training Complex (CEITC) and Ispahani Group of Companies, is constructing the hospital on 7.30 acres of land at Pahartali in the port city," said IHL Chairman Prof Rabiul Husain.

Mirza Salman Ispahani of Ispahani Group is the managing director of IHL, is a public limited company in Chittagong with an authorised capital of Tk 100 crore.

The total cost of the project, including the Nurses Training Institute, is around Tk 350 crore. M/S Kaplan McLaughlin Diaz (KMD), a USA-based healthcare, architectural and engineering consultant engaged for the design and drawing work, is at the final stage of the schematic design of the hospital project.

Salman Ispahani said the project is expected to provide employment opportunity for around 1200 people of different categories. The hospital will provide treatment to 10 per cent of the patients free of cost.


He said senior consultant physicians as well as highly trained and experienced nurses and technical hands will be recruited from abroad to ensure healthcare services of international standard.


The Netherlands Development Finance Company (FMO), besides its participation in the equity, will have responsibility of the lead arranger of all loan components both local and international.

Trinity Health International, the third largest healthcare group in the USA with staff strength of 47,000, will run the institution that would have its own independent uninterrupted power generation and supply, they said.

http://www.thedailystar.net/2006/03/...3153502120.htm


World-class hospital work goes on

Training institute for nurses planned

The Chittagong Eye Infirmary and Training Complex Trust and the Ispahani Group of Companies have undertaken a Tk 350-crore project to set up a world-class hospital in Chittagong.
A two-day meeting of the lenders and stakeholders of the proposed Imperial Hospital Limited was held in the in the eye infirmary auditorium on Wednesday. A news briefing followed the meeting.
The chairman of the proposed hospital, Rabiul Husain, said the hospital would be set up to deliver standard healthcare services in Chittagong.
He said the hospital would provide treatment for 1000 patients in its cardiology, nephrology, neonatalogy, neurosurgery, orthopaedic, oncology, and medicine departments. He said the authorities also planned to set up a training institute for nurses.
‘Senior consultant physicians and trained and experienced nurses, and technical hands will be recruited from abroad in the initial years to ensure world-class healthcare services,’ he said.
Rabiul said the construction had already begun at Pahartali, on the outskirts of the city, and the hospital is expected to go into operation by the third quarter of 2008.
The managing director of the hospital, Mirza Salman Ispahani, representatives from United States-based Architectural Project Management and Operational Management Group and investing firm Netherlands Development Finance Company, Arno PJ de Vette, David Vellinga, Bob Beyer, Whim H Griep, Mahmudul Islam, Mohinder Singh Dutt, Larry Parrett, Mark Brito, Kevin Stansbury and Mahmood Malik also attended the briefing.

http://www.newagebd.com/met.html

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Chittagong Court House



Foy's Lake





Kaptai Lake Hanging Bridge



A temple in Cox's Bazar



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Chittagong Zia Memorial Complex opens to public Monday



The Zia Memorial Complex in Chittagong, known as Mini Bangladesh, is set to open to the visitors from Monday.
The prime minister, Khaleda Zia, is expected to inaugurate the complex, constructed at a cost of Tk 65 crore at the city’s Kalurghat Radio Transmission Centre area from where the proclamation of the country’s independence was broadcast in 1971.
The visitors will get chance of visiting almost all the archaeological installations of the country as their replicas have been set up there.
The workers were found busy on Tuesday to give the finishing touch on the miniature models of the national assembly (Jatiya Sangsad) building, Central Shaheed Minar, Curzon Hall, Ahsan Manzil, Darbar Hall, and South Gate of Lalbagh Fort in Dhaka, National Martyrs’ Memorial in Savar, St Nicolas Church in Gazipur, Kantaji Temple in Dinajpur, Buddhist Temple in Paharpur, Chhota Kutir and Bara Kutir in Rajshahi and Shat Gambuj Mosque in Khulna.
A number of rides for the children, including cable car and electric train, also have been set up in the complex, and a 71-metre high watchtower is being constructed at an extra cost of Tk 9 crore.
Abu Taher, superintendent engineer of the housing and settlement department, said a revolving restaurant would be set up at the 52-metre height of the tower, from where the visitors would be able to enjoy the eye-catching scenario of the complex as well as the city. The watchtower is scheduled to be completed by next three months he said.
The department sources said the implementation of the project was initiated on December 5 in 2004 and the construction work was scheduled to be completed by June 2006.
But the project had been implemented earlier than the stipulated period as the government was willing to inaugurate the complex before the expiry of its current tenure, sources added.

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Work of Zia Memorial Complex at Kalurghat almost complete

CHITTAGONG:–Almost seventy-five percent work of the Shaheed Zia Memorial Complex (SZMC) at Bangladesh Betar Transmission Center (BBTC) at Kalurghat in the city has completed.

Ministry of Liberation War Affairs has been implementing the project at BBTC premises at Kalurghat at a cost of Taka 55.95 crore. The site has become famous for proclamation of the country's Independence War in 1971 by Shaheed President Ziaur Rahman from the Kalurghat Radio Transmission Center.

The government has undertaken the project to keep afresh the memory of the glorious War of Liberation to the people particularly the future generation through preserving this historic site.

Saidur Rahman, project supervisor of the construction firm Concord told BSS that work of the project is progressing fast and they would be able to complete the construction within June 2006.

Officials said over 13.67 acres of land is being developed under a design which could be a `Mini Bangladesh' as it will be decorated with different miniature structures of historic, archeological and architectural importance, life and culture of people of different parts of the country, including the tribal people, and also set up recreational facilities.

Eighty percent work of a lake with fountains and replica of the Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban at the center has completed, sources said.

Other works of the complex; including wide gate, a 200 feet high tower with stairs, elevators and restaurant, a tunnel for monorail, three rail station buildings similar to Church of Saint Nicholas at Gazipur, Choto Sona Mosque and Baro Khuiti in Rajshahi, replicas of Carzon Hall, National Monument at Savar, Lalbagh Fort, Ahsan Manjil, Paharpur Monastery and houses of different tribal people are also nearing completion.


The SZMC and rest of the areas in the BBTC will be surrounded by the greenery where visitors could have a glimpse of Bangladesh besides remembering the glorious past of the nation - the War of Liberation 1971 and know the sacrifices and contributions of the valiant freedom fighters.

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Opening of Zia Memorial Complex in Kalurghat deferred to next month

NAZIMUDDIN SHYAMOL, CHITTAGONG

Mar 28: The inauguration of the Zia Memorial Complex at Kalurghat in the port city of Chittagong was deferred to next month as the construction work was yet to be completed.

Zia Memorial Complex, likely to be one of the most attractive tourist spots in the port city, was due to have been inaugurated on March 26. But now the authorities expect it to be formally opened launched sometime next month by Prime Minister Begum Khaleda Zia. The authorities are trying to complete the work of the complex, hopefully in next 10 to 15 days.

Sources said, construction of Zia Memorial Complex began in December 2004 last on a 17 acres of land near the Kalurghat Radio Station at a cost of Tk 64 crore. According to the plan, the Complex will be a mini Bangladesh.

It will contain miniature structures of Jatiya Smriti Shoudha of Savar, Ahasan Monjil of Dhaka, Mohasthan Garh of Bogura, Sona Mosjid of Rajshahi, Boro Kutir, Choto Kutir, Putia Jamidar Bari and also Carzon Hall of Dhaka University. Besides, there will be some entertainment places, like Paris Wheel, Circus Swing, Bumper Car, Family Boller, Mini Train for amusement of the visitors, sources said.

A 71-feet high tower and a moving glass restaurant will be there to give added attraction to Zia Memorial Complex.

BNP leader Abu Sufian said, the new Complex will be a major attraction for tourists and visitors.

Earlier, the government also converted the old circuit house in Chittagong into a Zia Memorial Museum in honour of the then president and freedom fighter Shaheed Ziaur Rahman, who was brutally killed by misguided army personnel in May 1981 during an aborted coup. Besides, another Zia Memorial Complex was built in Rangunia where the bullet-ridden body of Ziaur Rahman was first buried, before being flown to Dhaka.

It may be mentioned that Zia, then an army Major, announced the independence message on behalf of Bangabhandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman from Kalurghat Raido Station on March 27, 197

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CCC introduces bus service for women

CHITTAGONG, March 31 (BDNEWS): Chittagong City Corporation (CCC) is introducing the first ever female bus service in the port city from today (Saturday).
Chittagong City Mayor A B M Mohiuddin Chowdhury in his pre-election pledge announced to introduce such bus services for female students and workingwomen in four routes of the city.
The city mayor will formally inaugurate the bus service at Anderkillah Square Saturday.
Around a hundred 29-seat Japanese buses have already been converted into CNG-run vehicles and 85 ticket counters have been set up at different spots on the proposed routes to implement the service, said a CCC official.
Initially ten buses will ply in four routes: Bahadderhat to Patenga sea beach, Fouzderhat to Halishahar via Agrabad and Nandirhat to Airport. More buses will be brought in gradually.
Numbers of passenger-sheds have also been erected at different stoppages to complement the service.
CCC and Shah Amin Bus service have already signed an agreement in this regard.
According to corporation sources, adequate security measures will be taken for smooth and hassle free journey.

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Chittagong Ethnological Museum

Chittagong Ethnological Museum



Museum in Chittagong that houses culture of 25 ethnic groups

The Chittagong Ethnological Museum, the country’s lone ethnological museum, offers the visitors the chance to acquaint with the lifestyles and heritage of various ethnic groups of the country.
The museum authorities had collected rare elements used in everyday lives of different ethnic groups, of which some had already become extinct while some were on the verge of extinction.
Three galleries of the museum feature diverse elements of 25 ethnic groups, including Chakma, Marma, Tongsinga, Khumi, Murang, Sautal, Garo, Chak, Monipuri, Palia, Tipra, Hajang, Lusai, Shimuji, and Bom while the rest gallery displays the lifestyles of some racial groups of India, Pakistan, and Australia.
The sculptures of the people of different ethnic communities and a piece of broken Berlin Wall draw the visitors especially the children who can get impression of different festivals, livelihoods, and cultures of the communities from the murals set up at the hall room.
Rakhi Roy, research assistant of the museum, said people between 200 and 300 visits the museum every day in addition to a number of researchers from home and abroad.
‘We make arrangements for the school and college students free of cost upon the requests from the institutions, and three to four institutions in the city take this opportunity every month.’
She also informed that there are only two ethnological museums in Asia —one in Chittagong and the other at Tokyo in Japan.
The Chittagong Ethnological Museum established in 1965 remains open to the visitors from 10:00am to 5:00pm except Sunday.

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CCCI, Concord sign deal on construction of World Trade Centre

Chittagong Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) and Concord Engineers and Construction Limited, a sister concern of Concord Group, yesterday signed a deal on construction of the country's first-ever World Trade Centre (WTC) here.

The WTC will be constructed at Agrabad in the port city at a cost of Tk 141 crore. The physical work of the 20-storey WTC will start within this month.

CCCI President Saifuzzaman Chowdhury and Concord Group Chairman SM Kamal Uddin signed the agreement on behalf of their organisations. Concord was the lowest bidder among all the local and international firms.

State Minister for Forest and Environment Jafrul Islam Chowdhury, also the former president of CCCI, and Advisor to the Ministry of Commerce Barkat Ullah Bulu were also present.

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