Bangla Newspapers

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All Bangla Newspaper News in Bengali (বাংলা ভাষায প্রকাশিত বাংলা জনপ্রিয় সংবাদপত্রসমূহ)

Daily Newspaper from Bangladesh, Calcutta/kolkata, USA, Canada, Australia, Uk, Toronto, NY, all over the world.  A complete Bengali News portal featuring latest Bengali News, Bangla Music, Movies, Food, TV, Radio, Matrimony, Business and more. You can find everything here that matters to a Bengali.

Daily Prothom Alo Daily Inqilab Daily Janakantha
Daily Prothom Alo
Published from Dhaka.
Daily Inqilab
Published from Dhaka.
Daily Janakantha
Published from Dhaka.
Dainik Azadi Bhorer Kagoj Daily Sangram
Dainik Azadi
Published from Chittagong.
Bhorer Kagoj
Published from Dhaka.
Daily Sangram
Published from Dhaka.
Daily Jugantor Dainik Purbokone The Daily Ittefaq
Daily Jugantor          Published from Dhaka. Dainik Purbokone
Published from Chittagong.
The Daily Ittefaq
Published from Dhaka.

Bangla Magazines

Bangla Magazines Online

List of top Bangladeshi Magazines, Bangla Magazines from Kolkata and India

for celebrity news, Bangla movies, TV shows, music, celebrities, entertainment, fashion, style, sports, business, arts, health, computer, IT news, cooking, and more.

Dhaka Courier Holiday Amader Media
Dhaka Courier
Published from Dhaka.
Holiday
Published from Dhaka.
Amader Media
Published from Dhaka.
Sonar Bangla Akhon Samoy BudhBar
Sonar Bangla
Published from Dhaka.
Akhon Samoy
Published from Dhaka.
BudhBar
Published from Dhaka.
Computer Jagat Bartaman Sanglap Weekly Aajkal
Computer Jagat
Published from Dhaka.
Bartaman Sanglap
Published from Dhaka.
Weekly Aajkal
Published from Canada.

English Newspaper

English-language Newspapers in Bangladesh, Kolkata, India (বাংলাদেশের, কলকাতা, ভারত থেকে ইংরেজি ভাষায় প্রকাশিত জনপ্রিয় সংবাদপত্রসমূহ)

List of English newspapers for information on latest news, sports, history, education, festivals, recipes, jobs, lifestyles, movies, music, matrimonial, real estate, and business.

The Telegraph The Daily Star eDaily Star
The Telegraph
Published From Calcutta.
The Daily Star
Published From Dhaka.
eDaily Star
Published From Dhaka.
Daily Sun The Bangladesh Observe The Independent
Daily Sun
Published From Dhaka.
The Bangladesh Observe
Published From Dhaka.
The Independent
Published From Dhaka.
The New Nation NEW AGE The Bangladesh Today
The New Nation       Published From Dhaka. NEW AGE
Published From Dhaka.
The Bangladesh Today
Published From Dhaka.

Wal-Mart ready to loan $50 million to Bangladesh factories

Wal-Mart ready to loan $50 million to Bangladesh factories

Wal-Mart ready to loan $50 million to Bangladesh factories. Photo: AFP

Reuters, Chicago
Wal-Mart Stores Inc informed investors on Thursday that it could grant up to $50 million in low-interest loans or other types of payments to Bangladesh factory owners for building development. A group of North American companies including Wal-Mart and Gap Inc promised in July for providing more than $100 million in loans and access to capital. The money $50 million is part of it. Bangladesh central bank would require to grant any foreign currency loan. In addition lending rates details need to be finalised.

A huge push for improving factory conditions in Bangladesh comes after 1,129 workers were killed in the collapse of a garment plant in April, and another 112 persons perished in a factory fire in November. Few North American companies as well as Wal-Mart created the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety in July.

Eid al-Adha 2012: Bangladeshi Celebrate The Holy Festival And The Hajj Pilgrimage

Bangladesh Newspaper Greet all to Eid Al Adha - Happy Eid Mubarak

Bangladesh Newspaper Greet all to Eid Al Adha – Happy Eid Mubarak

Bangladesh is celebrating Eid al-Adha, the Muslim festival of sacrifice, which began on Thursday evening and continues until the end of the Hajj pilgrimage.

The festival starts on the 10th day of the last Islamic month on the calendar, Dhu al-Hijjah, this year landing on Thursday or Friday, depending on the region.

Eid al-Adha commemorates Muslim God Ibrahim’s sacrifice of his only son, Ishmael, to Allah as an act of obedience. Allah spared Ishmael after seeing Abraham’s devotion and instead gave him a sheep to kill, according to stories in the Bible’s Old Testament and the Torah.

The three-day festival also marks the end of Hajj, the annual pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi   Arabiato Prophet Muhammad’s birthplace. Muslims typically make the pilgrimage once in their lifetimes.

On the Eid, many Muslims celebrate and pay tribute to Allah, who gave mercy to Ibrahim, going to a mosque for morning prayers followed by slaughtering animals. Much of the meat is given away to others as a symbol of Muslim’s willingness to give up on behalf of Allah’s command. The sacrificed animal is cut in thirds, with one third eaten in a celebratory dinner by family, one third offered to friends, and the remaining portion donated to those less fortunate.

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