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    Sheikh Hasina Wajed Prime Minster of Bangladesh Bangladesh is located in south Asia and has had a long and varied history. Over the past hundred years, Bangladesh has been a part of three septate states the British partisan of India, India, and Pakistan. While Bangladesh was part of Pakistan it was known as East Pakistan and was physical separated from Pakistan proper by India. At many times East Pakistan (Bangladesh) was at odds with Pakistan proper. Because of East Pakistan’s tension with Pakistan proper East Pakistan gained independence from Pakistan in 1971. After independence Bangladesh has until the 1990’s been ruled between a series of dictators and quasi reprehensive governments. Sheikh Hasina Wajed the leader of the Awami League…

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    Agriculture in most developing economies is the core sector providing a livelihood to a significant proportion of population, especially in rural areas. Since this sector faces the largest burnt of underemployment, unemployment and poverty, a growing agriculture and allied sector is expected to contribute vastly to overall growth and poverty alleviation. Increasing the productive capacity of agriculture through higher productivity has been an important goal in developing countries. There has…

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    India. With the help of Mahatma Gandhi & Jawaharlal Nehru, all the cases were withdrawn for which Sheikh Abdullah supported the accession of Kashmir with India. Pakistan, with the help of Qabailie Jihadies, sent its troops in 1948 to Kashmir and annexed 3/4th of its territory. Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru took the matter to U.N.O. where he accepted a resolution favoring holding plebiscite in Jammu & Kashmir. People of Kashmir accepted the resolution & waited for plebiscite. The Govt. of India did not…

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    competitive advantage is positively linked to organizational performance (Schulz and Jobe, 2001). Conclusion Due to the significance of KM in the front office department, this research paper tries to depict the status of KM front office department in five-star chain-managed hotels in sharm el sheikh. Besides, the purpose of this study is to provide better understanding of KM and its effect on hotel performance and innovation. The findings of this study reveal that there was a strong and positive…

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    we have gathered we have not only captured and killed the ones who formulated and executed the attacks on 9/11 but we have also prevented numerous car bombings, suicide bombings and shooting and this is all thanks to the information used from the prison of guantanamo bay. The forms of interrogation have been questioned and even been called to being inhuman and is even compared to torture on occasions, but what many people don’t understand is that the people that are being interrogated have…

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    Constitution or the rules stated in the Geneva Convention. The detainees have and will try anything in order to resist and escape, for example, kill guards. Also, details about past attacks like those on September 11 and future attacks can be revealed from detainees like Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. Since the camp is outside the U.S. and the detainees are not categorized as POW’s, everything happening in Guantanamo Bay is completely legal. For the sake of the United State’s security and the safety of…

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    of the European countries decided to ban tortures, only such countries as Africa, Asia, Middle East continued to use such practices. “By 1874, French author Victor Hugo naively declared “torture has ceased to exist.” But torture continued to be used against insurgents in Austria and Italy and against opponents of the Tsarist government in Russia.” (Waldron 2007). Attitudes towards tortures in the 20th century The 20th century brought significant changes to the generally accepted social norms, as…

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    The first reason torture should be justified is as followed: the use of torture can save lives and prevent future acts of terrorism. Through the process of torture, the US, was able to distinguish connections between Khalid Sheik Muhammed and Jose Padilla. The use of torture was conducted on al Qaeda operative Abu Zubaydah. Khalid Sheik Muhammed and Jose Padilla are two international terrorists that have committed terrorist actions m42k.p against the United States. When Khalid Sheik Mohammed…

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    her father Aung San, founder of Burma, now Myanmar. Late Zulfikar Ali Bhutto shall be named in the political history of Pakistan for being the root of dynastic succession of leadership in the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) as his death by capital punishment paved the way for his daughter Benazir Bhutto, the first female prime minister in Muslim world. These are all the example of women leadership from south and south-east Asia. By their family connections, they could overcome the problems that…

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    On September 19, she gave a speech on Tv including that, the government is ready to take the Rohingya back at any time but she didn’t tell the exact process. The government also restricted the northern Rakhaine states for journalists, many of them were pushed back by government troops. The international journalist who was in Myanmar, wasn’t allowed to take an interview of Rohingya people who were pre-approved by the government. There are more than half a million Rohingya refugees in temporary…

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