Dwoha Chowdhury | The Daily Star
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  • Who stole the pond?

    In the 19th century, the famous Majumdar family of Sylhet dug up a large pond to fulfil local people’s need for water in greater Amberkhana area in Sylhet city.
  • More rice import to boost reserve

    In a bid to boost food grain reserve, the Cabinet Committee on Government Purchase yesterday approved a proposal for procuring 2.5 lakh tonnes of rice.
  • Towards a jam-free Sylhet

    After an immensely stressful year for people everywhere, Sylhet City Corporation’s resolution for the new year is simple -- make life simpler for its citizens.
  • Think about customers’ needs to succeed in the long run

    Those who are doing business without thinking about customers’ needs may become successful for a short period but never in the long run, said Tanvir A Mishuk, managing director of Nagad, a digital financial service (DFS) provider operating under Bangladesh Post Office.
  • Active listening: a key trait for any leader

    Active listening, which requires the listener to fully concentrate and understand with patience before responding, is a key value for any leader, according to Syed Mohammad Kamal, Bangladesh country manager at Mastercard.
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