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Re: Free Webhosting of 200 MB for Nepali
« Reply #30 on: September 24, 2008, 08:17:50 PM »
well, about me, i want to build up a site for my friend. He owns a Thaankaa shop at Thamel. Plz give me suggestions how i can do that. I'm outside of Nepal. So is there any possibility that i can open an account or build the site.

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Re: Free Webhosting of 200 MB for Nepali
« Reply #31 on: September 30, 2008, 04:08:11 PM »

hamro mail server maa ali problem aayeko thiyo please send it again or write directly to sherpa_ns@r2.dion.ne.jp

well i don;t need the web space now for 6 months

But
my neighbour who is running the daily - newspaper, and he has been asking me about the space and the amount it will cost

will you provide the space to that newspapaer company

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Re: Free Webhosting of 200 MB for Nepali
« Reply #32 on: September 30, 2008, 04:54:17 PM »
yeah 200 mb le pugcha vane dina sakchau

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Re: Free Webhosting of 200 MB for Nepali
« Reply #33 on: September 30, 2008, 05:07:05 PM »
yeah 200 mb le pugcha vane dina sakchau

thankx man, i will tell him to fill up your forum/doc and get the space for free
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Re: Free Webhosting of 200 MB for Nepali
« Reply #34 on: September 30, 2008, 05:11:45 PM »
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Re: Free Webhosting of 200 MB for Nepali
« Reply #35 on: September 30, 2008, 05:14:03 PM »
welovenepal.com/space
tyaha apply garne hai

yeah i know

thankx hai


he will be very happy ...
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Re: Free Webhosting of 200 MB for Nepali
« Reply #36 on: October 15, 2008, 06:48:50 AM »
If some one who didn't get response please call direct to +81-80-8490-7090 or write to sherpa_ns@r2.dion.ne.jp
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Re: Free Webhosting of 200 MB for Nepali
« Reply #37 on: July 03, 2009, 04:56:50 PM »
i read from top to bottom of this post

will u give the free webspace for the finance company also?



if yes,

what are the things i must send you ?

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Re: Free Webhosting of 200 MB for Nepali
« Reply #38 on: July 30, 2009, 02:24:39 PM »
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« Reply #39 on: August 10, 2009, 11:49:44 AM »
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Re: Free Webhosting of 200 MB for Nepali
« Reply #40 on: December 10, 2009, 07:02:05 AM »
Great Work Sherpa Dai ... moelae ta baala thahapaeko ho ... maelae pani domain register garisakae .. abo OFFICE ma application dina baaki ho.....
maele pani yeaso site banauna sakchu ki bhannae bichar lae ho .....

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Re: Free Webhosting of 200 MB for Nepali
« Reply #41 on: April 18, 2011, 04:18:55 PM »
Broda i even want.But for my company.We are Travel agent of NEpal.And we like our website as pure Nepal and its Culture and really want to show to world.can we aspect any help from you or Ny member of this Forum???
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« Reply #42 on: June 04, 2012, 12:58:02 PM »
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« Reply #43 on: June 04, 2012, 03:30:14 PM »
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Bangladesh Association of International Recruiting Agencies Bairalogo.jpg
Formation    1984, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Headquarters    130 New Eskaton Road, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Key people    Abul Basher, President
Website    http://www.hrexport-baira.org/
Bangladesh Association of International Recruiting Agencies[1] (BAIRA) is an association of national level with its international reputation of co-operation and welfare of the migrant workforce as well as its approximately 700 member agencies in collaboration with and support from the Government of Bangladesh.
Manpower export from Bangladesh was pioneered in 1976. Since then, International Recruiting or Placement Agents under BAIRA have successfully recruited 5.5 million[2] (approximate, 2009) Bangladeshis for jobs abroad. This resulted in record highest remittance inflow and foreign exchange earned of US$ 10 billion[3] (net) for the fiscal year 2008-9, making BAIRA the leading contributor to Bangladesh's foreign exchange reserve.
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    1 History & Background
    2 Major Countries accepting Manpower Export from Bangladesh
    3 Availability of Manpower
    4 Aims & Objectives
    5 Allegations, Controversies & Critisim
    6 Change & Reformation
    7 Future
    8 References

[edit] History & Background
Bangladesh Association of International Recruiting Agencies (BAIRA) is one of the largest trade bodies in Bangladesh affiliated with the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI), the apex body on Trade & Industry, established in 1984 with a view to catering the needs of the licensed recruiting agencies who are engaging themselves in promoting manpower market abroad and deploy a good number of unemployed Bangladeshi manpower in various foreign countries after imparting necessary training.
Currently BAIRA has about 1100+ Government Approved Recruiting Agents as its member.
[edit] Major Countries accepting Manpower Export from Bangladesh
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    KSA
    Kuwait
    UAE
    Qatar
    Iraq
    Libya
    Bahrain
    Oman
    Malaysia
    Korea
    Singapore
    Brunei
    Laos
    Mauritius
    Spain
    Lebanon
    USA

[edit] Availability of Manpower
Unemployed labor force of Bangladesh is estimated to be about 15 million. Beside a huge number of unskilled labor force, skilled, semi-skilled and professional manpower is also available for foreign employment. Some relevant data in this regard are given below:
- Technical Manpower - Medical Manpower
- Engineering Manpower
- Industrial Manpower
- Computer Personnel
- Power station, Petroleum and Fertilizer Manpower
- Road Transport Workers
- Financial Institutions, Insurance, Audit & Accounts Executives
- Port and Water Transport Workers
- Agricultural, Animal Husbandry, Fisheries, Livestock, Horticulture experts, Technical and Farmers
- School/College/University Teachers
- Administrative & Defense Personnel
- Hotel Management & Catering Staff
- Marine Crew
- Miscellaneous Manpower
These days, traditional unskilled manpower export is reducing and businesses are emphasizing more on creating skilled workers through privately owned technical training centers.
[edit] Aims & Objectives
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1. To promote and protect the rights and interests of the members of the association in particular and the trade, commerce and industries of Bangladesh in general;
     
  2. To promote, advise and assist in the business activities of the members of the association, to make all out efforts for providing Bangladeshis with job abroad;
     
  3. To co-ordinate the activities of the licensed recruiting agents approved by the Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh for arranging employment's of Bangladesh abroad and to create unity amongst the licensed recruiting agents;
     
  4. To develop an understanding and awareness of Government notification, rules and regulations regarding the overseas employment of manpower amongst the member recruiting agents;
     
  5. To advise Government to amend, alter or modify orders in this regard from time to time keeping the interest of the country;
     
  6. To take all steps by lawful means that may be necessary for promoting, supporting or opposing legislation or any other action effecting the general interests of member recruiting agents;
     
  7. To establish close and intimate liaison with foreign missions in Bangladesh with a view to provide employment of Bangladeshi citizens in their respective countries;
     
  8. To keep in touch with Bangladesh Embassies or other reliable agencies for creating job opportunities for Bangladeshi citizens in different countries;
     
  9. To invite delegations from countries having potential for employment of skilled and unskilled Bangladeshi workers with a view to acquainting them with the vast hard working manpower available in Bangladesh, after getting prior permission form the Government;
     
 10. To assist Government and non-Government delegations coming to Bangladesh to select appropriate manpower by cultivating close liaison with them;
     
 11. To send delegation from the association abroad for creating proper awareness amongst the intending employers about skilled and unskilled workers of Bangladesh;
     
 12. To print brochures, booklets and leaflets of skilled workers of Bangladesh and circulate these abroad with the help of Government;
     
 13. To make efforts to ensure distribution of all privileges and facilities to all member recruiting agents fairly and equitably;
     
 14. To distribute all offers received by the association for employment in the private and the public sectors equitably amongst the member-recruiting agents;
     
 15. To create association's own Trade Institute in order to assist each and every member-recruiting agent appropriate and capable manpower;
     
 16. To establish association's own training center to assist and offer training to all candidates selected for employment abroad on manners, customs and foreign languages etc.;
     
 17. To assist all member-recruiting agents about rules, regulations, procedures, visa entry permits by procuring them from different countries and making them available to the members;
     
 18. To make all efforts and take all steps to remove difficulties and bottlenecks faced by the member-agents;
     
 19. To remove difficulties and inconveniences of the workers sent abroad by the member-recruiting agents ;
     
 20. To make efforts to remove complaints and misunderstanding amongst the foreign employers about manpower sent by member-recruiting agents;
     
 21. To maintain regular liaison by visits of responsible executives to overseas employers and their Bangladeshi employees;
     
 22. To organize welfare measures for the Bangladeshi workers abroad and their beneficiaries at home;
     
 23. To encourage the Bangladeshi workers working abroad for remit maximum of their foreign exchange earning to the country through regular official channels;
     
 24. To encourage and advise the Bangladeshi migrants abroad and their beneficiaries at home for investments of investments of their foreign exchanges in the productive pursuits in the country;
     
 25. To undertake initiatives for repatriation and payment of compensation to the persons wrongly selected and sent abroad;
     
 26. To provide assistance for bringing the dead body of Bangladesh workers to the country or for its proper disposal, as the case may be, in co-operation with foreign employers;
     
 27. To obtain labor laws of the labor importing countries and to disseminate the information of those laws among the Bangladeshi migrant workers;
     
 28. To fix annual target of business for each member agency and to help them to achieve the same;
     
 29. To monitor the monthly activities for the member agencies to the Ministry of Labor and Manpower, Bureau of Manpower, Employment and Training and Bangladesh Manpower Planning Center through a proforma to be prepared by Bangladesh Manpower Planning Center;
     
 30. To submit annual report to the Ministry of Labor and Employment by each member agency dealing with their total activities during every calendar year.
     
 31. To report to Ministry, Bureau of Manpower, Employment and Training and Bangladesh Manpower Planning Center the amount of fees actually charged from job seekers of various categories;
     
 32. To explore job market in different parts of the world in addition to the countries in the Middle East;
     
 33. To explore job opportunities for skilled and professional personnel as well;
     
 34. To set up branch offices as an when required in different parts of the country & the globe with a view to fulfilling the aims and objects of the association;

 

35. To do all such other things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objects.

[edit] Allegations, Controversies & Critisim
Ever since Manpower Export commenced in Bangladesh, complaints and allegations regarding Recruiting Agencies for swindling, cheating[6] and lack of business ethics, have caught the attention from the Government to bring in regulations and Human Rights Organizations along with the state operated BMET (Bureau of Manpower Employment and Training) promoting transparency, know-hows of recruitment process, awareness and general knowledge on cultural diversity & work environment abroad.
Competition between middlemen from the overseas employing countries, aggressive marketing by Recruiting Agents and immense interest & demand from Bangladeshi workers have inflated the migration cost[7] greatly. This has been widely criticized by and brought deep concerns to many Developed Countries and Human Rights Organizations, which led the current EC to take measurements through round table discussions leading to ongoing efforts for an affordable, reasonable yet competitive migration cost.
March 13, 2007, saw BAIRA's elected Executive Committee to be dissolved and it's President MAH Salim (MP) of Silver Line Associates, arrested[8] by the Joint Forces. Accusations of malpractices, monopolization of manpower export by few and the illegal opening, operating and owning of a branch, 'BAIRA KL SDN for more information visit this site.http://www.forex.net.bd/

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« Reply #44 on: June 07, 2012, 03:59:39 PM »
TALLINN, ESTONIA—Nearly all Western Internet users believe in the general principles of information-sharing that date back to the Enlightenment-era values of freedom of expression. Or, expressed more succinctly in the 20th century: information wants to be free.

But, says Keir Giles, a veteran Russia analyst at the Conflict Studies Research Center in the United Kingdom, the Kremlin doesn’t quite see things the same way.

“The main principles are reversed,” he said, speaking at the opening day of the International Conference on Cyber Conflict in the Estonian capital, which will continue throughout the week. “Whereas we [in the West] have a tendency to treat [cyber policy] in isolation, Russia and China take it more holistically, as part of information policy.”

Estonia, of course, suffered one of the best-known examples of cyberattacks—back in 2007, political, media, and financial websites were pummeled for two weeks. The following year, the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence was founded in Tallinn. Not long after, in 2009, Konstantin Goloskokov, a commissar with the nationalistic Russian youth movement Nashi, admitted that the group had orchestrated the attacks. Given the decades of Soviet rule of Estonia during the 20th century, Russian foreign policy in all areas, both online and offline, is of particular interest there.

Giles explained that in recent months, Moscow has put forward three distinct Internet policy documents, which are essentially extensions of the “Information Security Doctrine of the Russian Federation” (2000), which has sentences like:

“The state’s interests in the information sphere consist of creating conditions for harmonious Russian information infrastructure development… the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Russia, and political, economic and social stability; the interests of the state also consist in the unconditional maintenance of law and order and in the promotion of equal and mutually advantageous international cooperation.”

In September 2011, Russia introduced the “Convention on International Information Security.” This lengthy document inspired a second related document, which has since received support from China, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan and has been put forward at the United Nations, and largely argues for national interests driving Internet policy.
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