Saturday, October 30, 2010

Amusement Parks Dhaka

Dhaka is known as a city of traffic jam. The life here is like a robot. Still there are some amusements parks have been built up in different places of Dhaka city to remove the boredom of life. Some of them are known as historical place. So, the tourists have interest too. The people used to visit these places mostly on holiday or vacation with their family.
Here is some collection of amusements parks in Dhaka city with detail information:


Museum in Dhaka City:

National Museum
Shahbagh, Dhaka.
Weekly off day: Thursday.
Open: 3pm-8pm (Friday), 9.30am-4pm (Saturday-Wednesday).
Phone: 8619396-99

Ahsan Manjil Museum

Weekly off day: Thursday.
Open: 3pm-7pm (Friday), 9.00am-5pm (Saturday-Wednesday).
Phone: 7391122, 7393866

Bangabandhu Shaikh Mujibur Rahman Memorial Museum

Dhanmondi,Dhaka.
Weekly off day: Wednesday.
Open: 10am-5pm (Thursday-Tuesday)
Phone: 8110046.

Liberation War Museum.

Weekly off day: Wednesday.
Open: 10am-6pm (Thursday-Tuesday).
Phone: 9559091-2.

Sishu Academy Museum 

 Weekly off day: Friday and Saturday.
Open: 9am-5pm (Sunday-Thursday).
Phone: 9558874.

National Science and Technology Museum

Agargaon,Dhaka
Weekly off day: Thursday and Friday.
Open: 9am-5pm (Saturday-Wednesday)
Phone: 9112084
Entry Fees: 5tk per person.
In Saturday and Sunday you can view the sky with telescope from 6pm for 10tk.

Zoo in Dhaka City:

Dhaka Zoo
Mirpur-1.
Weekly off day: Sunday.
Open: 8am-6pm (Monday-Saturday)
Phone: 835035,9002020,9002738,9003252.
Entry Fees: 10tk per person.


Parks in Dhaka City:

Shahid Jia Sishu Park
Weekly off day: Sunday
Open: 1pm-7pm (Monday-Saturday)
Phone: 8623304
Entry Fees: 8tk per person
Ride Fees: 6tk Per Person

Bahadur Shah Park
Open: All day between 5am-9am and 3pm-10.30pm

Nandan Park
Ashulia
Open: All day between 10am-10pm
Phone: 9890283,9890292,01819223529

Fantasy Kindom
Ashulia
Open: All day between 11am-7pm
Phone: 9896482,8833786,7701944-49

Arts Gallery in Dhaka

1. Joynul Gallery-1
Charukola Anushod, Dhaka University

2. Shipangon Gallery
Charukola Anushod, Dhaka University

3. Gallery Chitrok
H#21,R#4, Dhanmondi Residential Area

4. Bengal Gallery of fine Arts
275/F, R#16 (New), Dhanmondi

5. Gallery Kaya
H#20, R#1, Sector-4, Uttara

6. Dhaka Art Center
H#60, R# 7/A, Dhanmondi

7. La gallery
H#7/A, R#13, Gulshan-1

8. Concert
MuktoMoncho, Robindro Sorobor, Dhanmondi

9. Geto Institute
H#10, R#9(New), Dhanmondi


Dhaka-City-Shopping-Guide

Shopping Market or Place in Dhaka City - Bangladesh:

If you don't know the place from where to buy your particular products in Dhaka city then this page will guide you to the right place.


Shopping Mall:
Bashundhara Garden City: Panthapath.
Jamuna Future Park: Kuril Bishwaroad (under construction)



Aquarium,Birds,Pets: Katabon,Dhaka University Market.

Mozaik,Marble stone,Commode: Hatirpool,Sonargaon Road,Eskaton Road.

New & Old Books: Nilkhet,Banglabazar,Purana Paltan, New Market,Aziz Super Market.

Electronic Device: Gulistan,Stadium market,Elephent road,Agargaon(IDM),

Mobile Sets and Replacement : Motalib Plaza,Hatirpool,Eastern Plaza,Stadium Market.

Coin and Taka (change): Bangladesh Bank,Nababpur Road (Gulistan).

Shoes,Belt,Bags:  Elephant road,New market,Baitul Mukarram,Paulwell Market.

Carpet: Elephant,Purana paltan.

All kind of Homeo Medicine: New market,Purana paltan,Shantinagar,Hosni dalan.

Renting Labor: Fakirer pool,New Market,Malibagh railgate,Khilkhet.

Van or Pushing Vehicle: Kathalbagan,Tejkunipara,Chankharpool,Jatraari.

Truck and Pickup: Chankharpool,Tejgaon,Gabtoli.

Islamic Books,cap,Tsbih: Baitul mukarram Mosque are,Chokhbazar,Banglabazar.

Cloths,dress,Cosmetics: New market,Gausia,Chadni Chok,Mouchak market,Rajdhani super market,Bashundhara Garden city.

Medicine: Shahbagh,Kolabagan,Mitford.

Arrange a Marriage car with flowers: Shahbagh,katabon,High court area.

Brick,Stone,Sand,Cement: Gabtoli,Pagla.

Furniture: Gulshan-1 Market,Opposite of Bashundhara Garden city (panthapath).

Chain Superstore (big multi  product store with fixed price,where almost all kind of products are available in one shop)
Agora  (provides online shopping too)
Nandan Mega shop

Kacha bazaar (green and fresh vegetables,fish,fruits etc)
Kawran Bazzar
Gabtoli Bazaar




University-Admission-Exam-Bangladesh

Updates: BUET, KUET, CUET, SUST, RUET Result Published,CHECK out below
Government University Admission Test Exam Schedule in Bangladesh for 2010 :

Dhaka University - Dhaka
Ka Unit     :5th November-2010 (10 am): Live Ka Unite Result
Kha Unit   :29th October-2010    (10 am): Download Kha Unit Result
Ga Unit     :26th November-2010  (10 am)
Gha Unit   :3rd December-2010 (10 am)
Cha Unit   :10th December 2010  (10 am)

Jagannath University -Dhaka
Ka Unit     :5th November-2010 (3 pm) : 
Kha Unit   :29th October-2010    (3 pm): 
Ga Unit     :26th November-2010  (3 pm)
Gha Unit   :3rd December-2010 (3 pm)

Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) - Sylhet
6th  November 2010 SUST Live Result
A unit (10 am) 
B unit (3 pm)

Comilla University - Comilla
A Unit     :10th December 2010 (10 am)
B Unit     : 10th December 2010 ( (10 am)
C Unit     : 10th December 2010 ( (12 pm)
D Unit     :10th December 2010 ((3 pm)

Begum Rokeya University - Rangpur
A Unit     :11th December 2010 (10 am)
B Unit     : 11th December 2010 ( (1 pm)
C Unit     : 11th December 2010 ( (3:40 pm)


Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET)
30th October 2010 (9 am) Live BUET result


Khulna University of Engineering and Technology (KUET)
6th November 2010 (10 am) Download KUET Merit List  Waiting List

Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology (RUET) Live RUET Result
8th November 2010 (9:30) 

Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology (CUET)
4th November 2010 (9 am) Merit and Waiting Lists  (for all) architecture
Sher-E-Bangla Agricultural University  - Dhaka
26th November 2010 (10 am)

Sylhet Agricultural University
7th November 2010 (10 am)

Bangladehsh Textile University - Dhaka
26th November 2010 (10 am) 

Noakhali Science and Technology University-Noakhali
Apply date: 5th October-5th November 2010
Exam: 6th December 2010 


Mawlana Bhashani Science and Technology University-Tangail.
Apply date: 8th October-22nd November 2010
Exam: 8th December 2010 (A and B)
Exam: 9th December 2010 (C and D)



Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University-Dinajpur.
Apply date: 1st October-30th November 2010
Exam: 24th December 2010 


Pabna Science and Technology University-Pabna
Apply date: 10th October-10th November 2010
Exam: 10th December 2010 

IBA, Dhaka University 
Apply date: 18th October-9th November 2010
Exam: 12th November 2010 

Bangladesh Agricultural University - Mymensingh
Apply date: 3rd October-7th November 2010
Exam: 4th November 2010 

Bangobondhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University -Dhaka
Apply date: 20th October-1st December 2010
Exam: 11th December 2010 

Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Science University - Chittagong
Apply date: 14th October-7th December 2010
Exam: 24th December 2010 

Govt. and Non Govt. Dental College
Apply date: 23th October-4th November 2010
Exam: 26th November 2010 

Jatiya Kabi Kazi Nazrul Islam University - Mymensingh

Apply date: 10th October-10th November 2010
Exam: 29th November 2010 (A and B)
Exam: 30th November 2010 (C and D)
Exam: 1st December 2010 (E)





Friday, October 29, 2010

Starting Google AdSense

How to Apply for Google AdSense:

To apply for Google Adsense you must have:
1.    A website
2.    A Gmail Account
3.    Bank account.

Things to make sure before apply for Google AdSense :
You need a domain first. Google had approved application with free sub domain from Blogger.com or wordpress.com or others even some month ago. But now you need a domain owned by you. Your domain’s admin name, bank account name and payee name at Google Adsense will have to be same.

Your website must contain some articles. You can’t apply for Google AdSense with a blank website. Their system will review your website and then will approve. I recommend having at least 10-12 articles. Don’t just copy and paste article from others. Try to write something own and unique.  If they find copyright materials in your site they will ban you at any time.

After fulfilling the above conditions sign up for free.

Related Articles:

Google AdSense

I am writing my second article about earning money online. I hope you have already read my first article about the quiz contest and started earning. Though the quiz contest was only for Bangladeshi residents, but this article is for people around the world.

I am going to tell you about Google AdSense today. This is also a free earning opportunity; I meant you do not have to invest money to grab this opportunity. As you may already guess, this is another product of Google.

What is Google AdSense?
Google AdSense program is another relative part of Google AdWords. No doubt, Google has been conquering the internet market for many years now. Google is the number 1 search engine. About 95% internet users search through Google to search their desired information. So the advertisers like Google mostly and they  like to advertise their sites by Google. When you search in Google, you may have noticed “sponsor links” at the top or at the right side of the page. Those are the advertiser’s link and they pay Google for their advertisement through Google AdWards program. The advertised pay Google for every click on their link.

Now web masters can add those advertise in their website too. Eventually, webmaster will get paid if visitors click on the link. Google will pay the webmaster a part of the amount that was paid by the Advertiser to Google. This way being a part of Google, you also can earn money.

Related Articles:


What is Google AdSense

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Bangladesh vs New Zealand 5th ODI 2010 in Bangladesh-Micromax Cup

Bangladesh vs New Zealand 5 match ODI series in Bangladesh 2010 - 5th ODI- Summary,Scorecard,Highlights.
Another historic day for Bangladesh Cricket. The day means a lot. The day came after a real hard work in cricketing world. Bangladesh has white washed New Zealand for the first time ever. This is not the first time; they had whitewashed Kenya, Zimbabwe, Ireland, and West Indies before this. But against a stronger test playing opponent, this is the first time they have done this. The series was full of emotion and full of excitement.

The 5th ODI was full of drama. Especially after the Bangladeshi innings the game the game was spinning like a pendulum. Treat to watch.

After winning the toss, Sakib decided to bat first. Bangladesh had a poor start. Within a short time, even before ending the 15th over, they lost 3 top order batsmen. Like the 4th ODI, Sakib joined with Kayes in a crunch moment. But after an over, Kayes left and Bangladesh were in deep trouble.

Mushfiqur Rahim came in and joined with Sakib. They build a promising partnership of 55 runs. Sakib (36) was gone playing with an unnecessary shot. This was the turning point in Bangladeshi batting. As Sakib gone, Bangladeshi wickets stated to fall. They could only add 42 runs after Sakib’s dismissal. They managed to put a total of 174 before all-out.

With this small total, Bangladesh was committed to fight for anything from very first over. At the 6th over they lost their 5 top order batsman. Thanks to Rubel Hasan who took 3 among the 5 wks. They were tottering at the moment. The captain Vettori and Elliot built a confident partnership as they were going well and looked a comfortable win for them. Great players always come at the right time. YES, Sakib broke the partnership of 86 runs and sent back Vettori (43) to the pavilion. Bangladesh was back in the hunt. But again, it’s turning time. Mills thought he could be the man for his team to make a win. He was hitting the ball well and made 33 quick runs.

New Zealand needed just a boundary from 4 balls and Mills was at the strike. But at the 3rd ball of the over Rubel Hasan knocked out Mills with a fantastic Yorker.

Bangladeshi boys were crazy winning the match as well as the spectators. They were shouting, running, hugging. No doubt, they thoroughly deserved it.

Rubel Hasan was the Man of the Mach for his career best (4/25) bowling. Sakib as expected won the Man of Series award.

So this ends the memorable series for Bangladesh, though New Zealand would like to forget the series, working out with their mistake they made and play better cricket in their forthcoming series against India in India.

WELL, Bangladesh can think they did really well in that series. They had an excellent practice for world cup 2011 against a stronger team. But they should not be too overwhelming and should static on their basics. This is just the start. They will have to continue this performance in the future as the expectation is much higher now to them.

Next Match against Zimbabwe 5 match ODI series

Watch Bangladesh vs New Zealand 5th ODI Full Highlights :

Full Highlights





 Bangladesh celebrating their series win against New  Zealand

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Micromax Original Price Bangladesh

Updated Micromax Phone Price list for January 2011
Original Micromax Phone Price List in Bangladesh:






Micromax  C350: 6,500 Taka
Micromax GC275: 4,450 Taka
Micromax  X100: 1,475 Taka
Micromax  X111: 1,650 Taka
Micromax  X215: 1,950 Taka
Micromax  X220: 2,775 Taka
Micromax X226: 2,499 Taka
Micromax  X250: 2,990 Taka
Micromax X290: 2,850 Taka
Micromax X330: 2,999 Taka
Micromax  X510: 4,999 Taka
Micromax  X550: 6,599 Taka 
Micromax  X1i+: 1,999 Taka
Micromax  Q7: 4,990 Taka
Micromax  Q55: 6,550 Taka
Micromax  W900: 15,499 Taka

Sprint Original Price-Bangladesh

Updated Spring Phone Price list for December 2010
Original Sprint Phone Price List in Bangladesh:








Sprint 7700: 3,200 Taka
Sprint C60: 4,300 Taka
Sprint D23: 3,990 Taka
Sprint D44: 2,490 Taka
Sprint D55: 2,890 Taka
Sprint D77: 3,190 Taka
Sprint D99: 3,990 Taka 
Sprint D300: 1,790 Taka
Sprint D303: 1,790 Taka
Sprint D333: 2,460 Taka
Sprint D719: 3,990 Taka
Sprint D736: 5,300 Taka
Sprint E600: 5,300 Taka
Sprint E700: 5,590 Taka
Sprint M3: 2,590 Taka
Sprint M6: 3,690 Taka 
Sprint M7: 3,490 Taka
Sprint K200: 5,490 Taka
Sprint i200: 1,750 Taka
Sprint Q101: 2,890 Taka
Sprint S10: 4,100 Taka
Sprint S40: 5,800 Taka




Samsung Original Price-Bangladesh

Updated Samsung Phone Price list for May 2011
Original Samsung Phone Price List in Bangladesh:










Samsung B5722: 12, 460 Taka
Samsung C3010: 4,990 Taka
Samsung C3212: 6,150 Taka 
Samsung C3303: 6,490 Taka
Samsung C3200: 5,460 Taka
Samsung Ch@t322: 6,690 Taka
Samsung Champ: 5,990 Taka
Samsung Dual35: 4,390 Taka
Samsung E1081: 1,599 Taka
Samsung E1175: 2,050 Taka
Samsung E2120: 3,000 Taka 
Samsung GT C3212: 6,490 Taka
Samsung GT S5620: 14,990 Taka
Samsung GALAXYS: 36,900 Taka
Samsung GALAXY tab: 45,500 Taka
Samsung GALAXY pop: 15,500 Taka
Samsung B3310: 7,890 Taka
Samsung B3410: 10,990 Taka
Samsung B5310: 17,000 Taka
Samsung S3310: 5,910 Taka
Samsung S3600:6,580 Taka 
Samsung S3653: 9,990 Taka
Samsung C3510: 7,600 Taka
Samsung S5620: 14,990 Taka
Samsung S5350: 10,500 Taka
Samsung S5200: 9,700 Taka

Original Maximus Phone Price list:
Maximus NXP 220: 3,399 Taka
Maximus M20: 1,699 Taka
Maximus M34: 2,799 Taka
Mximus M39: 2,899 Taka
Maximus M41: 2,950 Taka
Maximus M31: 2,999 Taka
Maximus 34i: 2,999 Taka
Maximus M42: 3,099 Taka
Maximus M37: 3,199 Taka
Maximus M45I: 3,299 Taka
Maximus M40: 3,399 Taka
Maximus M38: 3,799 Taka
Maximus M50c: 4,499 Taka
Maximus M73i: 4,799 Taka
Maximus M57E: 4,999 Taka

Nokia Original Price-Bangladesh

Updated Nokia Phone Price list for January 2011
Original Nokia Phone Price List in Bangladesh:




















Nokia 1280: 1,770 Taka
Nokia 1616: 2,150 Taka
Nokia 1661: 2,500 Taka
Nokia 1800: 2,400 Taka
Nokia 2220: 4,150 Taka
Nokia 2330(classic): 3,950 Taka
Nokia 2690: 4,495 Taka
Nokia 2700: 5,650 Taka
Nokia 2730: 6,700 Taka 
Nokia 5030: 2,700 Taka
Nokia 5130: 6,950 Taka
Nokia 5250: 9,700 Taka
Nokia 5233: 10,700 Taka
Nokia 5530: 14,500 Taka
Nokia 5800: 20,200 Taka 
Nokia 6303: 10,200 Taka
Nokia 6303i: 9,650 Taka
Nokia 6700(classic): 17,300 Taka
Nokia 6700(slide): 15,600 Taka
Nokia 7230: 9,300 Taka
Nokia C1-00: 2,490 Taka
Nokia C1-01: 3,995 Taka
Nokia C3-00: 9,300 Taka
Nokia C5-00: 11,800 Taka
Nokia C6-00: 19,950 Taka
Nokia C7: 29,800 Taka
Nokia E5-00: 17,150 Taka
Nokia E63: 14,600 Taka
Nokia E71: 19,300 Taka
Nokia E72: 25,300 Taka

Nokia E72(white): 26,700 Taka 
Nokia X2-00: 8,500 Taka
Nokia X2 QWERTY: 7,400 Taka
Nokia X3-00: 10,700 Taka
Nokia X6-00: 24,300 Taka

Nokia N8-00: 37,500 Taka 
Nokia N900: 39,500 Taka
Nokia N97: 37,600 Taka
Nokia N97(mini): 29,900 Taka 

Mobile Phone Price-Bangladesh

This is The biggest place to get the price of all mobile phones available in Bangladesh: click on to get your favorite phone's current market price:

Nokia


Samsung


Micromax


Sprint


Motorola


(The pages will be updated as soon as I get new phone price. The given price may vary a little with market price.All currency will be in Bangladeshi Taka)

Friday, October 15, 2010

Currency Conversion

You can find the latest currency conversion here from Bangladesh Taka to US Dollar,Australian Dollar,Canadian Dollar,EURO,British Pound and so on.

Last Update: 22 October, 2011.

US Dollar $ = 74.78

Euro € =107.39

British Pound £ =122.00

Japanese Yen ¥ = 0.95

Australian Dollar $ = 81.18

Canadian Dollar  $ =78.69

New Zealand Dollar $ = 64.64

South African Rand (ZAR) = 11.02

Kuwaiti Dinar = 272.85

Saudi Riyal = 19.94

Indian Rupee Rs. = 1.69

Pakistani Rupee Rs.= 0.87

Courtesy: Yahoo Currency

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Full Bank list-Bangladesh

Government. Banks in Bangladesh is usually following the same ancient pattern in their Banking service. They are not so modest on their innovative ideas. Still most of the Govt. Banks are not providing credit or debit card. But they are available in all thana or upazilla in Bangladesh. Specially rural people are having the bank faciliuties mostly by them.Here is the list of All Govt. Banks in Bangladesh

Govt. Bank-Bangladesh
Social Bank

Private Commercial Banks in Bangladesh: At the same time these Private Banks are trying to provide all modern facilities to their customers. They are proving Internet banking, credit card, debit card, ATM booth. But Private banks are more available in bigger cities rathan than urban areas.Here is the list of Private commercial Bank in Bangladesh:
Private Commercial Bank-Bangladesh

Foreign Commercial Banks are trying to provide their standard service throughout the world.But in Bangladesh maximum foreign commercial banks are not accepting personal accounts. They are more interested in corporate and business banking. Here is the list of Foreign Commercial Banks in Bangladesh:
Foreign Commercial Bank-Bangladesh
National Bank of Pakistan
Bank Alfalah







Bangladesh vs New Zealand 4th ODI 2010 in Bangladesh-Micromax Cup

Bangladesh vs New Zealand 5 match ODI series in Bangladesh 2010 - 4th ODI Summary,Scorecard
 
It’s a glorious day for Bangladesh Cricket. It is their first ever ODI series winning against full strength test playing opposition. A historic day for Bangladesh indeed. This is their 73rd tournament and 13th series win. They have beaten Zimbabwe and Kenya for some time in an ODI series; they also beat West Indies once, when the top players went for strike and Bangladesh faced a totally new West Indian team. This is why this win is bigger and better than those.

And yet again, Its Sakib Al Hasan, the captain of Bangladesh, sparked the black caps. His all rounder performance brought Bangladesh the most fantastic series win. He is a real talent.

Man of the Match (106 and 3/54)
Daniel Vetttori,The new Zealand captain won the toss and elected to bat first. The New Zealand’s bowlers started well. They picked up the first 3 wickets cheaply in 44 runs. That brought Sakib in. The pitch was slower one and was not the ideal one to bat on. The condition demanded a patient innings from Sakib. But Sakib thought different. Despite of loosing 3 wickets he was very positive on his batting. He was sending the odd balls to the boundary line and at the same time rotating the strike. Imrul Kayes was giving a good company to Sakib until Bredon McCullum took a stunner. Kayes and Sakib added 53 runs partnership. Mushfiq went quickly as a result of misunderstanding between him and Sakib. Then Madmudullah came in. Sakib and Mahmudullah  looked good as they added 66 runs. After the dismissal of Sakib, who scored 105 from just 110 balls, Bangladeshi wickets were falling quickly. They could not use the Batting Power play and all out for 241 with 11 balls left. They needed someone to play a cameo innings at the end of the innings, but nobody could as Bangladesh had to be happy with 241.

In a reply, Mccullum started well. He was hitting the balls well. But Shafiul took a stunning catch in his own bowling. The hard hitting Ross Taylor went only for 3. New Zealand became 88/4 as the skipper Vettori departed. Elliot and KS Williamson had built an threatening partnership of 66. NZ became 150/5. Nathan Mccullum looked very good with his 33 runs in Just 33 balls. 24 runs were required from 12 balls. Two wickets were picked up by Sakib’s 49th over. They needed 16 runs from the last over. KS Williamson was there as NZ’s last hope. He made a wonderful hundred. He was out fir a brilliant knock of 108 off 132 balls. He was the Sakib of NZ. But Bangladesh held their nerve and won the match by 9 runs.

So again an all round performance of Sakib (106 and 3-54) helped Bangladesh to win the series. He was the man of the match. But don’t forget KS Williamson. He tried his heart and should till the very last, but could not resist. He is the youngest ODI centurion for Black caps. Where all other batsman were struggling against the Bangladeshi spinners, he played them quite nicely.

Now Bangladesh is eying to whitewash NZ. Can NZ avoid whitewash?

4th ODI:
17/10/10,Sunday
Shere Bangla International Stadium,Mirpur,Dhaka at 9.00 local time (+6 GMT).

Watch Bangladesh vs New Zealand 4th ODI Full Highlights:

Full Hightlights:


Monday, October 11, 2010

Quiz Contest and Earn Money Bangladesh- Totally Free

Play and Participate Easy Quiz Contest and Win Prizes and Cash Money Bangladesh:

Starting with an easier one.You can win cash money direct on your mobile by answering only 4 questions.This quiz contest is available for only Bangladeshi residents.Each day you will get 4 questions .You will have to answer all the questions to qualify.Then there will be lottery among those,who answered correctly all the questions.
Questions are provided at 9:30pm everyday and you have to answer the questions within 8:30 pm of next day.
Most of the questions are taken from internet,books.You can find the answer directly from Google or at least  have some idea about the question..The questions are moderate. Maths are given sometime.Some English grammatical questions are given. Mostly are Bangladesh related.

Prize Money: Each day 3 peoples are awarded.The winner is rewarded with tk.50/=,1st runners up tk.30/= and the 2nd runners up with tk. 20/=
Just try everyday.I am attending everyday to the contest. They pay through Flexi Load to your mobile number normally within 2/3 days.You don't need a bank account to receive prize money.

Additional Prize:
They are giving more awards for Regularity & Loyalty and Referral Program  If you are regular in participating quiz contest, you will be rewarded with tk.20. I assume the award is given every week.They also pay you commission if your referred person earns.

Keep in Mind: I suggest everyone to just participate the contest everyday. If you are not earning directly from answering the questions. Still you have the chance to be paid from Regularity & Loyalty and Referral Program. I can ensure you just that, it is not a scam and does pay. The rest depends on your daily effort.

Total Amount I earned:
For Quiz: 360 tk
Referral Commission:  100 tk
Loyalty Gift 20 tk

Caution: Never ever make multiple accounts from same IP.

                       

Bangladesh vs New Zealand 3rd ODI 2010 in Bangladesh-Micromax Cup


Bangladesh vs New Zealand 5 match ODI series in Bangladesh 2010 - 3rd ODI- Summary,Scorecard

Bangladesh have won the 2nd ODI against New Zealand at Shere Bangla National Stadium,Mirpur.It was a day match and Bangladesh have made it clear like day light that they are no longer a team to be underestimated and can win against Stronger teams consistently. This is their first ever second consecutive win against stronger team. Plenty to chill for them. Most importantly, they have won the game convincingly. They have totally outplayed New Zealand in that match.

Bangladesh captain,Sakib Al Hasan won the toss at morning and decided to bowl first. Shafiul Islam, who was the replacement of Mashrafee Bin Mortaza,did not take too many time to make his decision correct. He got the wicket of Brendan Mccullum,at his very first over,before New Zealand could add any runs at their score board. Then a liitle partnership builds between Ryder and Watling of 55 runs. At 15th over Bangladesh strike back and got the wicket of Ryder. They were able to take wickets in regular interval and New Zealand became 101/7 at 33rd over. Then Taylor and Mills tried to pull the team and had some great hits. They made a partnership of 72 runs in 9.2 overs. They looked furious. But Bangladesh came back and took the wicket of Mills (26 off 28 balls) Then the next over Mahmudullah took two wickets and wrapped up the tail of New Zealand’s innings at just 173. At the other end Taylor was the spectator. The New Zealand’s innings could be longer if somebody would many a company with Taylor. He kept unbeaten till the end at (62* of 72 balls,4 sixes and 3 fours).

Suhrawadi Shuvo was the pick of the bowler. His figures of bowling was 10-2-14-3.This is his career best figure.

Bangladesh had to start carefully. But the way Shahriar Nafees,who was the replacement of Tamim Iqbal, and Imrul Kayes started their innings, they did not look like chasing a small total of 173.However,between those two, Nafees was more active in his hitting. He came back to the team after some months now and that was a great comeback. He played both the ODIs with great confidence and hitting. He made a quick fifty in just 49 balls and was looking to his Hundred, but eventually got out at 73 (off 73 balls,13 fours) after putting the team at a comfortable position at 127. This is the highest partnership for Bangladesh at any wickets against New Zealand. After that they lost 2 more wickets of Imrul Kayes (50)and Junaid Siddique (14) in a quick succession.But this did not make them worry. Raqibul Hasan and captain Sakib took them to the end. Sakib hit a boundary to finish the match with 7 wks in hand and exactly 10 overs to spare.

Suhrawadi Shuvo was the man of the match for his match winning bowling performance.
This was the 3rd win for Bangladesh against New Zealand and they took the lead 2-0 in the series. They will now look at series win and probably whitewashing New Zealand.

4th ODI:
14/10/10,Thursday
Shere Bangla International Stadium,Mirpur,Dhaka at 9.00 local time (+6 GMT).



Man of the Match (3/14)


Friday, October 8, 2010

Hotels Bangladesh

People from different country or inside Bangladesh generally come to Dhaka city to pass leisure time with family or mostly for business activities.They choose the hotel depending on their budgets,locations and work curriculum.The list of hotels are not based on popularity.Generally Sonargaon,Sheraton,Westin,Radisson are the better among all.

Here are some Hotel's address,location.contact numbers of Dhaka city:

Pan Pacific Sonargaon
Address: 107, Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue Dhaka, Bangladesh
Telephone: +880 2 811 1005
Fax: +880 2 811 3324
Location: Very much in the center of the Dhaka City.Nearest hotel of Bashundhara Garden City,which is the second biggest Shopping Mall in South Asia.Busy traffic.
Avg per Night rate: $115 - $122 

Westin Dhaka Hotel 

Address:  Main Gulshan Avenue,Plot-01, Road 45, Gulshan-2,Dhaka-1212
Phone:     (880)(2) 9891988
Fax:         (880)(2) 9896661

Location: Situated at one of the most luxurious and expensive place of  Dhaka city,where almost all Embassy/High Commission Offices are situated. 
Avg per Night Rate: $260-$420


Hotel Sarina
Address: Plot #27, Road #17 ,Banani C/A, Dhaka 1213, Bangladesh
Telephone: +88 02 8859604 -10 +88 02 8851040 -2 +88 02 8851011-4
Fax: +88 02 988-9989
Location: 10 minutes walking distance from Westin Dhaka Hotel.
Room Rates Per night in US $:
Standard: $160
Deluxe: $180
Super Deluxe: $200
Premium: $220
Crown suite: $330
Imperial: $600


Hotel Sheraton
Address:  1 Minto Road,P.O. Box 504,Dhaka 1000,Bangladesh
Phone:      (880)(2) 8330001
Fax:          (880)(2) 8312975
Location: 15 minutes walking distance from Pan Pacific Sonargaon .Busy traffic.


Radisson Water Garden Hotel Dhaka

Address:           Airport Road, Dhaka Cantonment, Dhaka 1206, Bangladesh
Reservations: 1 800 395 7046 (US/Canada Toll-free)
800 616 1283 (Singapore Toll-free)
Telephone:        + 88 0 2875 4555  
Fax:                  + 88 0 2875 4554 / 875 4504 
Location: Outside city,at a calm place.Near Shahjalal international Airport.
Avg Per Night Rate:$186-$415 


Dhaka Regency Hotel
Address: Airport Road, Nikunja 2,Dhaka 1229
Location: Nearest Hotel from Airport.
Room Rates per night:
Deluxe $160
Luxury Deluxe $225
Deluxe Supreme $295
Executive Suite $330
Regency Premium  $300
Regency Suite $350
Royal Suite $900
Presidential Suite $1200

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Hotel Sarina
Sheraton Hotel


Dhaka Regency
Pan Pacific Sonargaon


Radisson Water Garden
Westin Dhaka



Emergency Bangladesh

RAB Telephone numbers in Dhaka City for Emergency purpose:



RAB HQ (Any information from all over the country)
Phone + 880-2-8961105
Fax: + 880-2-8962884


RAB-1
Covering Areas : Gulshan, Badda, Cantonment, Airport & Uttara Thana.
Telephone : 02-8963419, 02-8963420,02-8962221,
Fax : 02 8963418
Email : rab1bd@yahoo.com

RAB-2
Covering Areas: Ramna, Dhanmondi, Lalbagh, Kotawali,Hazaribagh, Kamrangichor, Thana
Telephone : 02-8363764, 02-8363718
Fax :+880-2-8363763
Email :rab2bd@yahoo.com

RAB-3
Covering Areas :Sutrapur, Motijheel, Demra, Khilgaon,Shempur & Sabujbagh.
Telephone :02-7174687,Sylhet:0821-810333,
Fax :+88 02 7174686
E-mail :rab3bd@yahoo.com

RAB-4
Covering Areas : Tejgaon, Mohammadpur, Kafrul, Pallabi,Mirpur, Savar, Dhamrai, Keranigonj, Nawabgonj,
Dohar Thana
Telephone : 02 8059254
Fax : +88 02 8059253
Email : bdrab4@yahoo.com

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Airports Bangladesh


Airports - Bangladesh

There are 3 International Airports in Bangladesh:

Shahjalal International Airport - Dhaka
Shah Amanat International Airport - Chittagong
Osmani International Airport - Sylhet


Domestic Airports Bangladesh (using for Internal Transport)

Barisal Airport - Barisal
Cox's Bazar Airport - Cox's Bazar
Jessore Airport - Jessore
Bagerhat Airport -Bagerhat
Saidpur Airport - Saidpur
Rajshahi Airport - Rajshahi

STOL ( Short Take-Off and Landing) Bangladesh

Bogra 
Comilla
Ishurdi
Lalmonirhat
Shamshernagar
Tejgaon 
Thakurgaon 

Earn Money Online Bangladesh


Earn Money Online from Bangladesh:

Today people are no more waiting for a job outside home. They are making their home as office. They are doing jobs or you can say business online. Some are taking it as part time job and some are taking it as their primary income source. Some are doing it professionally.

For a country like Bangladesh, where the outside job sector is not so available, it can be a great source of income, if they know the right way of earning money from online.
To say honestly, now in Bangladesh there are only some people who use internet everyday, few people know earning from online is possible and very few people believe he can earn online and only a few people already have started earning from online. I have mentioned, there are very few people from Bangladesh are earning online, but the competition with be tougher within 2-3 years. So it’s high time for you to know the right way to earn money online from now.

To earn from online you need to spend some time online on everyday basis. You can’t start your earning from very first day. So there’s plenty to learn.
There’s plenty of ways of earning money online. But many of them are scam. If you deceived by the company, you can’t blame anyone. That’s why I said you need time; you need time to understand which one is the right way and which one is wrong.

This will be very frustrating if you don’t get your payment, so before starting work you must ensure about that issue.

Ways of Earning:

I am going to mention some right ways of earning here. You will definitely get the payment if you work honestly.

Requisites:
Recommended:
1.Bank account.
2.PayPal (NOT LEGALLY available in Bangladesh Yet)
if you are from other country and PayPal is LEGAL so you can ( Sign up Here )
3Alertpay (sign up)
Additional:
1.Credit card for online usage(not always needed)

Earning Opportunities from Bangladesh:

1.Quiz Contest.   Click for Details
2.Google AdSense  Click for Details 
3. Micro works  Click for Details  
4. Pay to Click and Pay per Click. Click for Details
 

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