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  Volume: XXIII, Issue No. 16 April 1-15, 2014  


Grand opening of new luxury property The Olives soon
_A Monitor Report Dhaka : The Olives Resi-dence and Suite, new luxury property in Gulshan overlooking the Gulshan Lake, is set to open soon. "The hotel soft-lunched with 24 suites, but we are already experiencing 98 per cent occupancy," said Jami-Ul-Islam, Managing Direc-tor, The Olives Residence and Suite, adding "we are booked 100 per cent till May." Of the all-suite hospitality property - 50 are of 1280 square feet suites while four penthouses are 2500 square feet dup-lexes. "We can boast. More...
Fakruddin_ the BD culinary brand going beyond the border
_A Monitor Special Dhaka : 'Fakruddin'_ a catering business has established itself as a culinary brand, associated with social functions in general and marriage ceremonies in particular in Bangla-desh. Their dishes have been well accepted in almost every place, they introduced their food. No doubt, Fakruddin has been established as an internationally recognised Bangla-deshi culinary Brand. The legendary name in catering business in the country is now diversifying its activities and venturing . More...
Twenty20 Fever at Pan Pacific Sonargaon
_A Monitor Report Dhaka : The Twenty20 Cricket World Cup is here in Dhaka! The nation is gripped with buzz, excitement and cheer as the blockbuster event of the year ICC T20 World Cup is being hosted in Bangladesh. It broke new ground for Bangladesh's sports history when the fifth edition of the World Twenty20 opens on March 21. The cricket-loving country, which also co-hosted the 50-over World Cup in 2011 with India and Sri Lanka, will now host the biggest sporting event in its history. . More...
World tourism industry creates 1 out of every 11 jobs - 266m employed in 2013
-A Monitor Report Madrid : The world tourism industry contributed US$7 trillion to the global economy in 2013. The tourism industry is expected to grow by 4.2 per cent in 2014. The reports released by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) outlines the economic impact data and forecasts the tourism prospects. India's tourism industry is expected to grow by 7.3 per cent in 2014. The total global contribution of Travel and Tourism reached 266 millions in 2013 which is almost 9 per cent of . More...
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