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  Volume: XXIV, Issue No. 05 October 16-31, 2014  


O'Hare International Airport reclaims global top spot
_A Monitor Report Chicago : Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced that, for the first time since 2004, O'Hare Interna-tional Airport has regained its status as the world's busiest airport for flight operations. The announcement was made at the end of the World Routes 2014 convention, the largest and most prominent business-to-business aviation event where airlines and airports decide where to fly in the future, which was held at McCormick Place this week. "O'Hare isn't just the busiest airport in the . More...
Japan transfers retrofitting technology to make buildings jolt resistant
_A Monitor Report Dhaka : On the occasion of International Day for Disaster Reduction, Japa-nese experts observed that the country's important buildings those are vulnerable to earthquake need to be tremor resistance by applying retrofitting technology. Retrofitting is a technology that could be used to make a vulnerable building earthquake resistant without demolishing it. "There is a concept that retrofitting is very expensive and it is not viable for economy like Bangladesh. But it is tota. More...
AK Azad inaugurates deep sea fishing vessel
_A Monitor Report Chittagong : A deep sea fishing vessel "EuroStar-2" with 205 MT capacity and financed by Shahjalal Islami Bank Limited was inaugurated in a befitting manner at a Port of Chittagong on October 12. Shahjalal Islami Bank Limited invested Tk. 21.30 crore for building this deep sea fishing vessel "EuroStar-2". AK Azad, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Shahjalal Islami Bank Ltd. and former President of FBCCI, inaugurated the fishing vessel "EuroStar-2" as chief guest. Among . More...
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