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  • Obama Presidential Centre

    Sketches show revised plans for Obama centre

    Barack and Michelle Obama have released a new series of images depicting the future Obama Presidential Center, revealing a revised vision of the layout and landscaping of the campus in Chicago's Jackson Park.

  • Japanese island named top rising destination 2018

    Savvy, curious travelers who understand that Japan is more than just Tokyo have had Ishigaki, Japan on their travel radar, as the island has emerged the top trending spot in the 2018 edition of TripAdvisor's annual Travelers' Choice Destinations on the Rise ranking.

  • Heavy snowfall strands 13,000 tourists in Swiss Alps

    Heavy snowfall has cut off many villages and resorts across the Alps, trapping some 13,000 tourists at Zermatt, one of Switzerland's most popular ski stations, officials say.

  • Rare giant lily pads draw impressive crowds

    An off-the-beaten-path corner of Paraguay has become a tourist attraction this month as visitors flock to see a rare delight floating on a hidden lagoon: giant round water lilies spanning over 1.5 meters (five feet).

  • Kashmir Paradise on Earth

    Bangladesh 3rd tourist sending country to Kashmir

    Bangladesh becomes the third tourist sending country to Indian Jummu and Kashmir, popularly known as "Paradise on Earth" last year after Malaysia and Thailand.

  • App adds to Biman's crew performance

    Biman Bangladesh Airlines has put in place a mobile app boosting the performance of its 500 cabin crew, which

  • Ink makers assoc elects top brass

    MA Momen, managing director of Toka Ink Bangladesh Ltd and Pioneer Printing Press Ltd, has been elected as

  • Biman Bangladesh Airlines logo

    Biman plans to buy three 80-seater aircraft

    Biman Bangladesh Airlines is set to buy three 80-seater aircraft from Canada for $22.42 million each under a government-to-government arrangement.

  • Netherlands tops new ranking of countries

    The Netherlands has emerged the world leader in a new index that aims to distinguish itself by measuring a country not by its own prosperity, but by its contribution to the "common good of humanity."

  • Shanghai set to open doors to largest Starbucks store in world

    Starbucks is about to open what they're calling their most ambitious project ever, with a massive new interactive Reserve Roastery store in Shanghai that will feature everything from augmented reality experiences to a 3D printed tea bar and coffee theater.