Online cattle-trading gathers pace alongside traditional markets

Online cattle-trading gathers pace alongside traditional markets

e-CAB happy over gradual growth

Though the traditional markets still remain the key source of charm for cattle collection, digital platforms, like previous four years, bring greater comfort to consumers in buying their sacrificial animals ahead of Eid-ul-Azha.

 
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Online cattle-trading gathers pace alongside traditional markets

e-CAB happy over gradual growth

Though the traditional markets still remain the key source of charm for cattle collection, digital platforms, like previous four years, bring greater comfort to consumers in buying their sacrificial animals...

Mangrove forests in Patuakhali depleting fast endangering lives of locals   

Mangrove forest, which is known as ‘Green Wall’ that protected the people of the coastal district from the devastation of cyclone Sidr, is shrinking fast, thanks to unmindful felling of...

Livestock farmers busy fattening, nurturing cattle ahead of Eid 

Livestock farmers across the country are now busy fattening cattle as just one week is left for Eid-ul-Azha, the second largest festival of Muslims when over one crore cattle are...

Lax monitoring blamed for onion price hike ahead of Eid 

Both the homegrown and imported onions are getting pricey ahead of Eid-ul-Azha despite the fact that government allowed a duty free import of Indian onion.

Bigger, better, pricier- will Raja Babu wear the crown this Qurbani?

Last Qurbani, aged 2 years and 10 months, he weighed in at 39 maunds (1 maund = 40 kg in Bangladesh) and though he made an appearance at Gabtoli, his...

No conclusion yet over Habiganj gas field’s new reserve

Bangladesh Gas Fields Company Ltd (BGFCL) is yet to reach any conclusion over the gas reserve at the Well-1 of the Habiganj gas field which started its test production on...

Top agrochemical company ready to explore partnership with Bangladesh

Syngenta CEO tells UNB more investment announcement to come in 2019

With cutting edge farm technologiesunder its disposal, world’s top agrochemical company Syngenta has expressed readiness to explore partnerships and knowledge sharing opportunities with suitable partners including Bangladesh.

Distribution companies to start buying rooftop solar power soon

Power Division has issued official order to all the six power distribution utilities of the country asking each of them to purchase rooftop solar power from at least 20 consumers...

Government’s $12.6 bn bet on making PPP a success 

The government has given approval to implement 47 projects under Public Private Partnership (PPP) aimed at enhancing investment and employment generation.

Govt to make visa on arrival more effective to attract foreign tourists 

Tour operators for activating visa on arrival in land, sea ports 

The government has planned to ease the visa system further for tourists and activate visa on arrival effectively in land and seaports to give foreign tourists easier access to...