|Posted on September 9, 2011 at 7:00 AM||comments (46)|
New Tourism Season 2011-2012 commenced
After the Eid-ul-Fitr on 1st September 2011 the new Tourism Season has hit CoxsBazar as it appears from the tourist flow in CoxsBazar..All the Hotels & Resorts hvae decorated their attair and prepares to serve the tourist. However all sorts of discounts are withdrawn in the season.
You are welcome to CoxsBazar in this tourism Season..
|Posted on November 10, 2010 at 8:25 AM||comments (797)|
Regent Air ways Starts Daily Flight to CoxsBazar
RegentAirways, a venture of Chittagong-based conglomerate Habib Group, has made a foray into the aviation sector. Its maiden flights will take off Wednesday.
The company plans to become the 'most preferred' and 'safest' local airline.
Regent's maiden flight will connect Dhaka with Chittagong, the country's commercial capital and busiest route for domestic air travel. Its next destinations are Cox's Bazar, Jessore and Sylhet.
"We want to become Bangladesh's most admired airline," Mashruf Habib, managing director of Regent Airways, told a press conference at the domestic lounge of Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka 6.th November.
"We'll provide a total in-flight experience that will be far better than our competitors," he claimed. "You'll come back after travelling once because we'll provide services that any other airline is yet to offer."
HabibGroup that operates in textile, cement and shipbreaking has entered the aviation market at a time when three local carriers -- state-owned Biman, private GMG and United Airways -- are competing with over 15 foreign carriers to secure an increased pie of Bangladesh's travel market. More than 15 foreign airlines carry about 60 percent of over 35 lakh travellers to and from Bangladesh.
Regent officials said the airline would use two 50-seater turbo-prop Dash 8-Q300 aircraft for flying on the Dhaka-Chittagong route five times a day.
It also plans to fly twice to Jessore and once a day to Cox's Bazar and Sylhet.However, the new airline awaits the green light from the Civil Aviation Authority to spread its wings on international routes.
The carrier will charge fares, depending on various classes, between Tk 3,800 and Tk 5,800 for one-way trip to Chittagong.
For Dhaka-Cox's Bazar, the total one-way fare will be Tk 5,000-7,000. Fares for one-way ticket to Jessore and Sylhet will be Tk 2,500-4,000 and Tk 3,500-5,000 respectively.
Imran Asif, the chief executive, said: "We want to become an airline for which Bangladesh can feel pride."
|Posted on October 29, 2010 at 11:05 AM||comments (54)|
Beach cricket carnival
begins in COX'S BAZAR
The 2nd AB Bank Citycell WECCA (Weekend Cricket Club Association) Beach Cricket kicked off at the beach stadium here yesterday.
Minister for Information and Cultural Affairs Abul Kalam Azad inaugurated the three-day beach cricket carnival as the chief guest.
The minister said, "Our national cricketers have made us proud in international arena by winning series against Zimbabwe, West Indies and ODI series whitewash against New Zealand and now former national cricketers have come forward with this meet to bolster the chance of having Cox's Bazar as an international venue for beach cricket in this subcontinent."
He hoped that this type of cricket would inspire our cricketers to do well in the forthcoming World Cup.
Thirteen cricket teams with a unique blend of ex-national players and avid cricket lovers who despite not being able to find time to play regular cricket are taking part in the beach cricket party.
The teams are Cricketers (Ispahani), Royals (Acme), G-Team and Gladiators(Lafarge) placed in Group A. Josephites (GDFSL), Ramblers (Fu-Wang),Partex, Millennium make up Group B, while Group C consists of Commonwealth CC (Eastern Bank Ltd), FUCC (Maximus), Cavalier (PHP) and Rengades and Aamra.
In the inaugural match, Josephites clinched a thrilling three-wicket win over Millennium.
Winning the toss, Millennium scored 38 for 4 in four overs. In reply, Josephites strolled to 39 for two wickets in 3.4 overs.
In the day's second match, Ascent Royals beat Gladiators by seven runs at the same venue.
Ascent garnered 52 for 4 in their allotted four overs while Galdiators could only manage 45.
Former national captain and selector Naimur Rahman Durjoy, Faruque Ahmed,Akram Khan, Atahar Ali Khan, Minhajul Abedin Nannu, Khaled Ahmed Sujon,former national players and reputed cricket organisers were included inthe teams.
A concert was organised in the evening.
Satellite television channel Desh TV is telecasting the matches and other programmes live.
|Posted on February 4, 2010 at 10:34 AM||comments (58)|
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