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BIWTA must fulfill its commitment

Bangladesh is historically a maritime nation, whisch inherits a long history of water transportation, to be well-known as a land of rivers to the world. Three mighty rivers, named the…

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BIWTA committed to address all issues of challenges and developments in IWT sector

Over the years, the Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority (BIWTA) has ameliorated the IWT Sector to a large extent addressing all the issues of challenges and developments successfully, activating all…

Potentials of inland water transport in Bangladesh

Almighty Allah in His infinite mercy blessed Bangladesh with its unique geographical location. Situated at the foothills of the great Himalayan range and washed by the waters of the Bay…

Improving fuel efficiency: An imperative for inland ships of Bangladesh

Goods are transported by water crafts in almost all over the world. This is especially true for transporting large amounts of cargo over long distances. The most important reason is…

Inland navigation: Lifeline of national economy

The use of waterways by mechanized vessels in this part of the world began more than 175 years ago. An inland steamer first propelled in the river Ganga in 1834 …

Rivers are like our mothers

This world of ours has run a long path, maintaining balanced co-existence among human, nature and environment. Days and might have passed away and the needs and demands of human…

Reflections on education policy 2010 and people’s participation

Fine Arts and Crafts Education The primary aims and objectives of Fine Arts and Crafts education are: u          to enrich learners’ minds and intellect to nourish their attitudes and…

Literature: An important mechanism for teaching language

In recent years the role of literature as a basic component and source of authentic texts of the language curriculum rather than an ultimate aim of English instruction has been…

Madhu Da’s Madhu: An untold story

Happily it might be recalled, former U.S. President Bill Clinton called his daughter (Chelsi) as-“my honey”. However, talks of “Madhur Canteen” is nevertheless a household storm in the tea-pot at…