Vol. 5 Num 156 Thu. October 28, 2004    
 
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"Yes Minister"
Bangladesh civil servants (sorry masters, not servants by any stretch of imagination) have far outstripped Sir Humphrey of "Yes Minister" fame; hence the above heading.
 
Appeal to REB
We are the inhabitants of Vill.-Gopalpur, P.O.-Kunjanagar, Union-Ramnagar, PS --Nagarkanda, District-Faridpur. The government has taken the initiative to boost village and agriculture-based development.
 
Income of political leaders
Most people are beset with penury living in tin-shed and muddy houses without electricity, gas, pure drinking water and sanitary facilities.
 
Leather City
The article by the AGM of BSCIC (DS Oct 12) was rightly critical of the deplorable leather industry in Bangladesh.
 
Handicraft industry
Bureaucratic delay is hampering the fast growth of the huge handicraft industry in Bangladesh (employing 3.7 million persons).
 

 
   
 
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