Saturday, May 14, 2011

Blogger Site Problem Bangladesh

Solution of Problem: Accessing to Blogger/Blogspot sites from Bangladesh IP:


You may have already experienced the problem of inability to access blogger/blogspot sub domains from Bangladeshi IP. Blogger is free blogging platform from Google Inc. The problem is really irritating unless you are solving the problem. The problem is mostly faced by Qubee, Banglalion and some Boadband users in Bangladesh. You can easily solve the problem by just changing the DNS manually. You have to put the global DNS code.

Here's the solution of Accessing Blogger from Bangladesh:

For XP operating system:

Go to My Computer > My Network Places > View Network Connections > Select your Connection (which one is active) > Properties (after Right Mouse Click) > General > Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) 

Now Find "Use the Following DNS server addresses" at the bottom and put the following Code:

Preferred DNS server: 4. 2. 2. 2

Alternate DNS server:  8. 8. 8. 8

Now Click OK. Reconnect the Modem and You are DONE.

Have FUN !

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

S.S.C. Results 2011 Bangladesh

S.S.C. or Metric Examination Results Bangladesh 2011:

The Secondary School Certificate (S.S.C.) Exam for 2011 started 1st of February 2011 and Ended up in 10th of March 2011 (Theoretical).

The time has now come for publishing the Results. S.S.C. examination was taken under Bangladesh Education Board and they are going to publish the results today 12th of May, 2011 Thursday.

The result will be transferred to the Prime minister  Sheikh Hsina's hand at 11am Thursday. The Ministry of Education, Bangladesh will call for a press conference and declare the Results at 1:30 PM. The educational institutions will get the results to publish at 2:00 PM expected time.


S.S.C. Examination 2011 Results Published: will be available after 1PM Thursday, 12th May


To Check the results on net, click here


Note: This year 1,315,002 students took part in the S.S.C. exam from 10 Education Board in Bangladesh

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Monday, May 9, 2011

National and Voter ID Card Bangladesh

Get National and Voter Identification Card in Bangladesh:

In Bangladesh, only who is 18 years of old or exceeds this margin can get a Voter ID card. From last National Election the Voter ID card and The National ID card is the same card.

How to get a National ID/ Voter ID card for Newcomers in Bangladesh?

Who is being 18 years of old now can get their ID card during January and February months, when the Voter List will be updated. Server stations are being established in every sub districts in Bangladesh now. Creating voter lists and Distributions will be done from these stations. When these programs will be started the newcomers who are yet to have their cards can make their names in the list. If anyone 18 years of old wants to get their Voter ID card right now for emergency purpose like visiting or migrating to abroad for study, work or any other issues can do so by submitting necessary proofs and documents.
 
How to get National ID/ Voter ID card for Non Residents in Bangladesh?
 
The Non Resident Bangladeshi can get their national or voter ID card. To get the card they need to come to Bangladesh. They must have:
  1. Passports
  2. Arrival seals in passports
If they don’t have the passports, they need to show such documents which will prove them as they stayed in abroad.

With necessary documents they will have to visit the Sub Districts or Thana Election Office. There they will be needed to fill up the forms for National or Voter ID card. Then they will have to go to the District Election Office having documents and forms. All necessary documents will be sent to the Election Commission from there by postal mail. But the person can come to the Election Commission himself after finishing all formalities in District Election Office. In Election Commission taking photos, eyes scanning, finger scanning will be done to ensure the privacy. Then they can get their National/Voter ID card after 15 days.

Contact for more information:
Islamic Bhaban, Agargaon (6th floor)
Phone: 8150846, 9116971, 
Mobile: 01730020513, 01730020515




Job Crisis Bangladeshi Migrants

Job Crisis in Middle East and North Africa Region for Bangladeshi Migrant Workers and NRB:

Middle East and North Africa Region: In recent days, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is becoming restless. After Tunisia and Egypt, Libya is now facing serious trouble due top existing political turmoil which has worsened the country’s social and economic condition. After the conflict in Libya, the industries closed down and the Bangladeshi migrant workers became jobless and homeless.

Moreover Condition in Bahrain is not well. The gulf monarchy of the country is facing protesters demanding political reforms.  Military is going to take the command of the city there. The country has already declared a three month state of emergency. Thousands of Bangladeshi workers have already lost their jobs unpaid in Bahrain. Many migrant workers are violently attacked by anti-government protesters.

Due to global economic meltdown, Bangladesh has been facing challenges in the Gulf countries. Saudi Arabia and Malaysia, two main importers of Bangladeshi workers have decreased the rate of importing workers from Bangladesh.

The unrest in Middle East and North America (MENA) region is forcing a large number of workers returning to Bangladesh. More than 33,000 Bangladeshi workers have already come from troubled Libya and more are waiting to return home.

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Non Resident Bangladeshi

Securing Contribution of Non Resident Bangladesh: Non Resident Bangladeshi Remittance:

Remittance is the life line of Bangladesh economy. There are more than six million Bangladeshi working abroad and the remittances they send home are the country’s largest source of foreign exchange. Their income is over $9 billion, which is 11% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP). At present, thousands of Bangladeshi migrant workers are returning at home as a result of global recession and political turmoil.

Non Resident Bangladeshi (NRB) is an umbrella term that embodies the expatriate Bangladeshis permanently living as immigrant communities and the migrant workers working on temporary overseas employment. The first section of people has formed ethnic minority societies known as Bangladeshi Diaspora while temporary economic migrants may be called expatriate workers. They are earning foreign currency by the sweat of their brow and sending remittance to their families. The migrant workers are sending remittance more than Diaspora members.
 

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