The Padma Bridge is a multipurpose road-rail bridge (that is shared by roads and rail-lines) across the Padma River in Bangladesh. Around 59.0% construction work of the 6.15-kilometre-long two-tier Padma Multipurpose Bridge has been completed. Once it is formed, it will connect LouhajongMunshiganj (Mawa Point/North bank) to Shariatpur and Madaripur (Janjira/South bank), linking the south-west of the country, to northern and eastern regions. Padma Bridge is the most challenging construction project in the history of Bangladesh and this project is now being funded from own resources of the GOVERNMENT OF BANGLADESH.

Tele Tell Communication has been involved in the consultancy project in Padma Multipurpose Bridge with the cooperation with other multinational companies (i.e.) Korea Expressway Corporation, Pyunghwa Engineering Consultants Ltd, Korea Engineering Consultants Corporation, Multidisciplinary Development Consultants, Sunjin Engineering and Architecture Ltd.


A place where the sky meets with the peak of the mountains over the distant horizon is called Nilgiri. It is a hill resort in the Bandarban District and one of the eye-catching tourist spots in Bangladesh. Nilgiri is approximately 3500 feet high situated in Thanci Thana. It is about 46 kilometer South of Bandarban town and situated in the Bandarban-Thanci-Chimbuk road. Every year thousands of tourists and nature enthusiasts visit there. The area is managed by Army Brigade of Bandarban.

Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (BPC) has developed and launched the country’s first-ever cable car in 2010. It is located at Chandrapahar area in Bandarban. Started in June 2016, Tele Tell Communication has been setting up cable cars for tourists to make this place as one of the charming resorts in Chittagong hilly region which would attract domestic and foreign tourists.


Hatirjheel (also known as Hatirjheel-Begunbari) is a lakefront in Dhaka, Bangladesh that has been transformed into a transportation medium for lessening traffic congestion. The area was constructed under The Bangladesh Army and Special Works Organization (SWO). It is now a popular recreational spot for residents of Dhaka. This project was inaugurated on January 2, 2013, by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at 11 am. After the inauguration, Hatirjheel project was opened for the general use.

A Cable Car from Karwan Bazaar Area with stoppage near Hatirjheel-Mogbazaar-Bridge, Police Plaza Gulshan and Hatirjheel-Rampura corner can be built for commercial use by the pedestrians and also some cargo cabins may be placed in the system for necessary wet cargo carrying from Karwan Bazaar to Rampura or Gulshan or Vice-Versa. This Cable car system will allow passengers, such as – school, college, university going students, office workers and others to go around the Hatirjheel area with ease and very quickly. For example: from Karwan Bazaar to Rampura in about 8 minutes or less, from Rampura to Gulshan in about 2 minutes with a very affordable price.

The Hatirjheel Cable Car will be the most popular transport for the passengers willing to travel from Rampura, Bonosree, Aftab-Nogor to Gulshan, Moghbazar and Karwan Bazar area. It will also be the primary choice for people of Iskaton, Moghbazar, Karwan Bazar to the other end.