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Shobuj Banking  :
Edited by Harun-Ar-Rashid, Published by Hassan Zaidi, Pearl Publications 38/2 Banglabazar, Dhaka. Date of Publication: February, 2016. Printing: Moumita Printers, Dhaka. Cover: Dhrubo Esh. DD1/16. Page: 232.

Harun- Ar-Rashid is an eminent writer, researcher and columnist. He has written on various subjects- history, environment, economics, politics and religion. He has research books, social novel, children juvenile and story. On life and environment he has five books. He has been working on Green Banking and Climate and he is the Founder Chairman of WALL (Water, Air, Light and Land) Foundation for Safe Living.
The first chapter of the book includes some articles. This chapter begins with the introductory article by Dr Atiur Rahman, the former Governor, Bangladesh Bank, Dhaka, written on the world Environment Day, 2013. The second chapter includes some research reports on Green Banking. These two chapters are in Bengali. The articles in the third chapter are in English.
The writer in his 'Introduction' says that in this compilation he has tried to present diverse plans to save Green and the way to materialise these plans.
This valuable compilation focuses on guidelines to ensure environment friendly Green Banking. The book has been dedicated to Dr Atiur Rahman. We expect wide circulation of the book. n    -Literature Desk

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