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‘Virtual Bangladesh’ December 27, 2007

Posted by bdoza in BANGLADESH.
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[updated on 28 Dec 2007]

ScholarsBangladesh has declared in a press conference 8 individuals as persons of the year for their outstanding contribution in different fields of science and arts both from home and abroad.

The NRB organisation is also conducting 3 day seminar in Dhaka Sheraton on different aspects of Bangladesh economy and opportunities for expatriates to participate in the development of this country. Expatriates are contributing increasing amount of revenues to the exchequer of Bangladesh which crosses 3 billion US$ inthe current year.Bangladeshi people are spread out in many countries from USA to Japan. Many of them have migrated and settled in those countries and many are working in different categories of jobs. But both have strong emotional and physical connection with the country of their origin.

Bangladeshi people are basically emotional, maintain strong family ties, share their joy and sorrow with each other closely. With the advent of modern technology such as computer and internet and advancement of telecommunication, connectivity between people becomes easier.

With the people in Bangladesh and Bangladeshi people all over world form the great family of ‘Virtual Bangladesh’. Virtual Bangladesh is not limited by geographic border or any physical limitation.

It has got immense potentiality. The expatriates should be encouraged to invest money in business. Ways should have to be found out to utilize their money in better way for development and of the economy of the country.

The people of should be encouraged to go abroad, they should trod different corners of the world, to migrate where there is scope to settle and hunch for job to improve their livelihood.

So with the passage of time, we shall able to build ever progressive and prosperous ‘Virtual Bangladesh’.

An ordinary citizen

28 Dec 2007 00-30 am

News link: NRBs urged to build better Bangladesh

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