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Day: September 21, 2023

Experts emphasized collaboration to sustain and scale the health and wellness initiatives for our workforce

Experts emphasized collaboration to sustain and scale the health and wellness initiatives for our workforce

Breaking News, National
“We need to democratize the initiatives taken by the organizations and reduce barriers to accessibility of health services of our workforce”, Tuomo Poutiainen, Country Director of International Labour Organization (ILO) Bangladesh said in a roundtable on 20 September 2023 at 3 p.m. in Dhaka. He also stated, “Many organizations have taken the initiatives for vaccination, health, hygiene, nutrition, ergonomics, eyecare, etc., which is well appreciated, and from ILO, we want to focus more on scalability and replicating these initiatives in other factories to ensure the wellness of our workforce.” AYAT Education, in partnership with Integral Global and BGMEA, and supported by The John C. Martin (JCM) Foundation organized this interactive discussion on “Fostering the Health and Wellness of our...
Laptops’ bypass charging technology now in smartphones

Laptops’ bypass charging technology now in smartphones

Breaking News, Technology
Dhaka, 21 September 2023: The word bypass is known toalmost all of us. We use this word to mean an alternative road, a new path for blood flow in the heart, and a technology for charging. Everywhere, the meaning stays the same, being an alternative path. Bypass charging technology lets laptops stay working just through the charger, without the help of the battery. Now smartphones are also getting this technology for optimized and secured performance. Bypass charging technology has come again into discussion in the smartphone market after the launch of the Infinix Note 30 Series. Previously, the market experienced this technology being available in a range of high-budget phones from Samsung, Sony, Ausus, and ROG. But in the mid-range smartphones, Infinix has recently introduced this techno...
Dreaming requires the help of others – private airlines

Dreaming requires the help of others – private airlines

Breaking News, Opinion
Md. Kamrul Islam For the past twenty-five years, private airlines have been struggling to survive in Bangladesh's aviation industry. The actual picture in this fight is by no means pleasant. 8 to 9 private airlines from inception till the moment before it became history many demands were unfulfilled. Hangar facilities for private airlines were among the many demands. After almost 25 long years, the regulatory authority civil aviation has fulfilled that expectation. Private airlines expressed their gratitude. Hangar facilities have been provided to passenger airlines for smooth execution of aircraft maintenance activities with ultimate emphasis on passenger safety. But airlines that have been shut down in the past days have also bid many times to get hangars but were forced to go ...