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DHAKA Sunday 09 December 2012, 25 Agrahayan 1419, BS 24 Muharram 1434 HIJRI
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Breaking News : US drones kill 3 suspected militants in Pakistan <> 4 new Justices take oath Monday <> 5 killed in Sirajganj road accident <> Anti-blockade activists beat a pedestrian to death near Dhaka District Court <> A picket dies in a bus crash at Shahjalal International Airport <> Journalists, cop injured in cocktail blast in Malibagh <> Govt itself creates anarchy: Fakhrul <> 8 vehicles torched, 11 damaged by blockaders in city <> BNP leader Dulu arrested, hartal called in Natore
NEWS OF THE DAYThe showdown in Washington over the fiscal cliff gave US stocks another volatile week, but the apparent political stalemate—just weeks before a potentially devastating fiscal crunch—was not the defining market issue.
Young Asian leaders gather in Dhaka→ Staff Correspondent
 To share ideas, thoughts and expertise among themselves, a number of 100 emerging leaders from 20 Asian countries have come together at a three-day summit ending today at Brac CDM Savar in Dhaka.

The Summit is an integral component of Asia Society’s Asia 21 Young Leaders Initiative, a network for emerging leaders under the age of 40.

With the theme “Asia 21 in 2020: Catalyzing Change, Sustaining Impact”, it aims to build relationships, engage in interdisciplinary dialogue and cultural exchange, and develop cooperative responses for addressing shared challenges. Dr Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury, state minister for women and children affairs, and Sir Fazle Hasan Abed, founder and chairperson of Brac, delivered keynote speeches. Among others, Ejaj Ahmad, founder and president of Bangladesh Youth Leadership Center (BYLC), also spoke on the occasion.

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Govt to open two more border haats this month
Bapex to drill new gas well in Rupganj
$3.5b lenders’ funds untapped
Apparel makers eye big from Batexpo-2012
New DSE index in Jan
Financial help to young entrepreneurs assured
Digital World showcases
World community urged to address corruption problem
Gold, silver prices up on wedding season demand
Mercosur looks to enhance economic ties with China, EU
India to give Rs 112.95b to IMF
Lagarde says ‘fiscal cliff’ threatens US supremacy
Worst over for India, fears of exit from BRICS overdone
Investors offer 30b euros in Greek debt buyback
Canada okays two energy takeovers worth $20 bn
US jobless rate drops but crisis continues
Commodities face mixed week amid economic gloom
Oil slips amid concerns on crude demand
Dollar climbs on jobs data
Textile, RMG, pharma, ceramics gain strong foothold globally
Call for accelerated actions to achieve MDG by 2015
Dhaka stocks pass dull week
Fate of PSI to be decided today
Dhaka Bank opens branch in Sirajgonj
Al-Arafah holds view excahnge meet
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Commodity at a glance
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Participants at a seminar on “Take Back the Tech: Empowering Women Through ICT” on the concluding day of the three-day Digital World-2012 at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in Dhaka Saturday. Sun photo
Indian labourers work on material to construct a road on the outskirts of Siliguri recently. India has the second-largest road network in the world behind the United States, measuring 3.5 million kilometres (2.2 million miles), but just under half of it is paved. AFP PHOTO
Altaf Hossain Sarker, director of Dhaka Bank Limited, inaugurates 70th branch of the bank at Shahjadpur in Sirajgonj recently.
Ekramul Hoque, Managing Director of Al-Arafah Islami Bank Limited, presides over a view exchange meeting with the branch managers at the bank’s Head Office in Dhaka Saturday.
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