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Harvard confce on Bangladesh begins today

Harvard University conference on Bangladesh in the 21st Century begins today, says a press release.
The conference is being organised by Bangladesh Development Initiative (BDI), Democracy and Development in Bangladesh Forum (DDBF), Boston, Massachusetts and The Ash Institute for Democratic Governance & Innovation, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
The conference has been supported by Citibank, N.A.Bangladesh, Prime Bank Limited, MGH Group Bangladesh and American Institute of Bangladesh Studies.
The two-day conference being held at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, will discuss pertinent economic, social and political challenges facing Bangladesh in the 21st century.
The keynote speaker of this conference will be Dr. Jamilur R. Choudhury, vice chancellor of BRAC University, Dhaka. Other distinguished speakers at the conference are Dr. Rounaq Jahan from Columbia University, Matiur Rahman, editor of the Daily Prothom Alo and Masihur Rahman, former secretary to the government. Mamun Rashid, managing director and Citi country officer, Bangladesh, will also speak.

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