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    with the largest of them being the University of Dhaka. g. Bangladesh Provisional Constitution made Bangladesh a secular state and provides free exercise of any religion. In recent years, militant Islam has arrived…

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    Youth entrepreneurship is a buzz issue nowadays in Bangladesh. Many students and recent graduates are fervent to found a startup rather than to go job market. This is a fabulous scene of the entrepreneurial ecosystem of the country. Aspirants are working to develop Apps, running e-com sites, fintech, edutech, media startup and so forth. Consequently, smooth logistical operations have always considered a strategic role in business. Due to the lack of proper supply chain management system, it…

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    Some of these islands are a mere 2 meters about water (Birkey, 2014) and their groundwater and infrastructure are threatening by this rise. Another commonly cited example, Bangladesh, is one of the nation 's most at-risk nations in the wake of climate change — nearly 200,000 Bangladeshis “become homeless each year due to river erosion” (Lieberman, 2015) — is one of the most vulnerable nations in terms of climate change (Yusuf, 2009.) Despite the Paris talks, National Economies Forum meetings and…

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    1.0 Introduction: Leather House is a leather goods manufacturing company. We started our journey in Bangladesh from June 20, 2015. Leather products are basically two types, one is ‘Footwear’ and another is ‘Goods’. This company is doing their business in leather goods. Leather house is a private company. The name of the owner of this company is Md. Anwar Hossain. As a leather manufacturer they are focusing on produce high quality products. We have our own factory in Hazaribagh, Dhaka. We use…

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    Folk Music In Bengali Essay

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    Art, Culture and literature form the foundation of a typical Bengali society and a Bengali household without music and literature is somewhat unimaginable. Music is the soul of Bengal and the traditional folk music mirrors the image of rural Bengal. The folk music has its origin as early as the 4th century with the advent of the invaders in Bengal and other provinces of colonial India. Bengali folk music has poetry, drama, epic, folktales, ballads and proverbs etc. The ethnic folk music forms…

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    fiction. I also came across one of her conversation and a QA session from Hong Kong that gave me more in depth idea about her, who she is as a writer. Maria Chaudhuri’s background and grown up history is nowhere close to Abeer or Tanwi Islam in real life. She grew up in Dhaka, as I stated before that in a well off family, blended with Desi plus Islamic and westernized leaned cultural trend type society (this is the sense I got about her from the book ‘Beloved Stranger’). Not essentially I…

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    The Gupta Empire was an ancient Indian empire that was founded in 320 CE and survived until about 550 CE. The Gupta Empire covered most of north and central India, as well as Bangladesh. It was known to be one of the most peaceful and wealthy civilizations of its time. The Mauryan Empire collapsed in 185 B.C.E, after their final king was assassinated. For the next 500 years, the many states in India were at constant war. When Chandragupta ascended the throne and began the notable empire in 320…

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    Midnight’s Children The history of India and its neighbouring countries, Pakistan and Bangladesh, is a rich and luminous tale as it encompasses the countless successes and hardships each country experienced during its development as independent entities. In 2012, Deepa Mehta, an Indo-Canadian film director with a screenplay by Salman Rushdie, a British Indian novelist, produced the film “Midnight’s Children.” Together they brought to the screen a magical yet historical tale on the partition of…

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    the relation between Myanmar and Bangladesh since 1970s. The crisis of Rohingya problem started in the Rakhaine state of Myanmar when the then military Janta governments widespread violence of human rights against the Muslim minority. Having no citizenship right and continuously tortured by the state sponsored violence Rohingya people fled Myanmar and entered neighboring countries mainly Bangladesh as it is the easiest way to enter Bangladesh crossing Naf river. The horrible scene is appeared in…

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    1858-1947 Research Paper

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    In the years before 1947, Britain was prospering. They had multitudes of colonies, money, “free” labor, and held global influence. Britain slowly lost control of it’s African colonies, resources, labor force, and were looked down on for their harsh treatment of their colonies by other international powers and communities. Britain was careless and uneducated in their dealings with India. In addition, they rushed the process of Partitioning India and Pakistan, creating confusion, which added to…

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