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  • bangladesh - 637 Words BNP CALLS HARTAL IN RANGPUR FOR TOMORROW BNP will enforce a dawn-to-dusk hartal in Rangpur district on 1st Dec 13 demanding release of its Joint Secretary General Ruhul Kabir Rizvi Ahmed. Earlier, police arrested Rizvi from BNP’s central office in the capital early this morning. SHIBIR MAN KILLED IN JHENIDAH COP FIRING An activist of Islami Chhatra Shibir, student wing of Jamaat-e-Islami, was killed and five including three law enforcers were injured when police, after being attacked,... 637 Words | 3 Pages
  • Ombudsman Bangladesh - 7292 Words INTRODUCTION Article 77 of the Constitution' provides "77(1) Parliament may, by law, provide for the office of Ombudsman. (2) The Ombudsman shall exercise such powers and perform such function as Parliament may, by law, determine, including the power to investigate any action taken by a Ministry, a public officer or a statutory public authority. (3) The Ombudsman shall prepare an annual report concerning the discharge of his function and such report shall be laid before Parliament." So,... 7,292 Words | 21 Pages
  • Life in Bangladesh - 541 Words Today I felt like recapping on my life. I live in one of the largest slums in Bangladesh which as most of the houses have no running water. Most of life centers around the river. This includes people wash themselves as well as their clothes in the river. From the streets, you can see women, sometimes completely covered in a sari, get into the water, and then suddenly you see a head and a floating sari. Many people get their water from a pump, but they are often not close to their house and... 541 Words | 2 Pages
  • Democracy in Bangladesh - 636 Words Democratic Practice in Bangladesh From the Dravidian ages to Hossain Mohammad Ershad, Bangladesh was a prime place for dictatorship and monarchy. All rulers in Bangladesh ruled with absolute power and until 1990, the people did not have much say in the political system. Although some rulers of Mughal Dynasty are credited with following the peoples opinion, that was not a democratic system. Only two exceptions can be marked from the pre-1990s era. One is the election of 1946 where Muslim... 636 Words | 2 Pages
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  • Fisheries in Bangladesh - 6754 Words Introduction Bangladesh is enriched with extensive and huge qualitative water resources distributed all over the country in the form of different types of ponds, beels, lakes, boropits, small and large rivers and estuaries covering an area of about 4.34 million hectare (ha.). There are four categories of major fisheries resources: these are- 1) Inland open water, 2) Inland closed water, 3) Brackish water, and 4) Marine water. Fisheries sector has been playing a significant role from time... 6,754 Words | 24 Pages
  • Rmg in Bangladesh - 3407 Words CHALLENGES FACED BY BANGLADESH RMG Enactment of US Trade Development Act 2000 The Trade and Development Act 2000 more popularly known as US Trade Development Act 2000 was enacted in the USA on May 19, 2000. This act consisting of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) and the United States-Caribbean Basin Trade Partnership Act was aimed to introduce a new trade and investment policy for Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), expand trade benefits to countries in the Caribbean Basin Initiative (CBI),... 3,407 Words | 9 Pages
  • Tourism in Bangladesh - 1478 Words Term paper On Tourism in Bangladesh On ENG 101 Submitted to Farhana Zareen Bashar Lecturer Dept. of English East West University Submitted by Name:Marufa khan ID :2009-3-10-043 DEPT:BBA Submission Date: East University West Introduction Tourism is often synonymous to traveling for pleasure and education. It is also a business of attracting tourists and providing for their accommodation and entertainment. In many countries, tourism is an industry for earning Inland Revenue and... 1,478 Words | 5 Pages
  • History of Bangladesh - 7977 Words  The name Bangladesh represents "Country of Bengal" in the official Bengali or Bangla language. Bangladesh or The People’s Republic Of Bangladesh is one of the major neighboring countries of India, sits in between 24° 00' North latitude and 90° 00' East longitude. The capital and the largest city of Bangladesh is Dacca or currently known as Dhaka and it is the hub of all cultural, political and religious affairs.... 7,977 Words | 25 Pages
  • Digital Bangladesh - 2486 Words Effective Digital Bangladesh: concepts, values perspectives of Third world We all love our country Bangladesh. As a Bangladeshi, we have different perception, religious beliefs, and contingency of thoughts, available information and correcting response of emerging issues, which are affecting our personal life with changing the environmental. Now all of the Bangladeshi people have been known the emerging concept “Digital Bangladesh Vision 2021”in this Informational age. Digital Bangladesh:... 2,486 Words | 8 Pages
  • Culture of Bangladesh - 2956 Words Culture of Bangladesh From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations. (October 2011) Part of a series on the Culture of Bangladesh History[show] People[show] Languages[show] Traditions[show] Cuisine[show] Festivals[show] Religion Art[show]... 2,956 Words | 10 Pages
  • Tourism In Bangladesh - 421 Words Welcome to Presentation of Bangladesh Tourism Coordinating By Samiul Hasan Sami ID: 1310 Tourism in Bangladesh The beautiful country of Bangladesh has tourist attractions including archaeological sites, historical mosques and monuments, rivers, tea gardens, beaches, forests, tribal people and wildlife of various species. Along with rich cultural heritage, it leaves an unforgettable impression on the mind of any visitor. SOME TOURIST SPOTS OF BANGLADESH  Dhaka: The capital city of... 421 Words | 4 Pages
  • Globalization and Bangladesh - 6189 Words Globalization and Bangladesh Globalization and its effects in Bangladesh 4/11/2013 Innovative Boys ASSIGNMENT On “Globalization and its impacts in Bangladesh” Course Name: Globalization and Business Course No: IB-302 Submitted to: Shamsun Arefin Lecturer Department of International Business Faculty of Business Studies University of Dhaka Submitted by: Innovative Boys 4TH Batch, 5th Semester... 6,189 Words | 22 Pages
  • Bangladesh newspaper - 269 Words Bangla newspaper has a great importance from freedom war 1971 to present. Bangladeshi general peoples were being informed about the political, social and economical status and activities from Bangla newspaper during under Pakistani government. This is also major evidence of political activities in the past and present. The daily Prothom Alo and the daily Ittefaq is the leading newspaper in Bangladesh. A lot of national and non-government advertisements are published these two newspapers.... 269 Words | 1 Page
  • Politics of Bangladesh - 5491 Words Political parties and elections For other political parties see List of political parties in Bangladesh. An overview on elections and election results is included in Elections in Bangladesh. See also: Bangladesh Election Commission The threemajor parties in Bangladesh are the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and Bangladesh Awami League and Jatiya Party. BNP finds its allies among some Islamist parties like Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh while the Awami League aligns itself traditionally with... 5,491 Words | 16 Pages
  • Dependency of Bangladesh - 2708 Words 1. Trade Dependency: Bangladesh is dependent on many countries of the world for a lot of commodities and this dependency arises out of the local incapacity to produce these goods. Some of the areas in which Bangladesh is dependent are food items, petroleum, capital goods, mineral products, different kind of chemicals, raw materials for the textile industry and the pharmaceutical industry, plastic products etc. 1.1 Food Dependency In the year 2003-2004 the total amount of food imports... 2,708 Words | 10 Pages
  • Tourism in Bangladesh - 5641 Words ntroduction Bangladesh as a vacation land has many facets. Her tourist attractions include archaeological sites, historic mosques and monuments, resorts, beaches, picnic spots, forest and wildlife. Bangladesh offers opportunities for angling, water-skiing, river cruising, hiking, rowing, surfing, yachting and sea bathing as well as bringing one in close touch with Mother Nature. She is also rich in wildlife and game birds. HISTORY The history of Bangladesh has been one of extremes, of... 5,641 Words | 16 Pages
  • Ngos in Bangladesh - 3491 Words ‘Local NGOs in Bangladesh’ Course title: Operations and Management of NGOs Course code: MGMT- 461 Assigned by, Nasima Niaz Lecturer Department of business administration Accomplished by, Monzurul Islam Chowdhury Id.: 04012911 B.B.A Batch: 40(F) Date of submission: 05/12/2012 Department of business administration Stamford University Bangladesh December 5th, 2012 To Nasina Niaz Lecturer Stamford University Bangladesh Sub:... 3,491 Words | 27 Pages
  • Aci Bangladesh - 3054 Words [pic] [pic] 2.0 ORGANIZATION PART Advanced Chemical Industries Limited 2.1 INTRODUCTION Advanced Chemical Industries (ACI) Limited is one of the leading and largest local conglomerates in Bangladesh. ACI consists of different business groups namely: Pharmaceuticals, Consumer brands, Agri-Business. ACI is the first company in Bangladesh to earn both the ISO9001 certification of Quality Management System in 1995 and the ISO14001 Certification for Environment Management System in... 3,054 Words | 12 Pages
  • Bangladesh Bank - 177 Words Please Print and preserve this page. Thank you Md. Raihan Reza Rabby, for submitting your application for the post of Officer (General Side) of Bangladesh Bank. CV identification number : 344187-213704 Name : Md. Raihan Reza Rabby Father : Md. Rezaul Karim Molla Mother : Mst. Rokeya Begum Birth date : 19 July, 1992 Permanent address : Vill.: Dhopadi. P.O : Noapara. P.S. : Abhoynagor. Dist.: Jesssore. Your application tracking number is 149-344187-263768. And CV... 177 Words | 2 Pages
  • Climate of Bangladesh - 542 Words Bangladesh has a subtropical monsoon climate characterized by wide seasonal variations in rainfall, moderately warm temperatures, and high humidity. Regional climatic differences in this flat country are minor. Three seasons are generally recognized: a hot, humid summer from March to June; a cool, rainy monsoon season from June to October; and a cool, dry winter from October to March. In general, maximum summer temperatures range between 32°C and 38°C. April is the warmest month in most parts of... 542 Words | 2 Pages
  • Bcs Bangladesh - 1850 Words Sl. No. 1. Subject and Syllabus Distribution of Marks Bangla Paper-I Marks-100 (For both General and Technical /Professional Cadre) (a) Correction of errors in composition of sentences. (b) Fill in the blanks with appropriate word or group of words. (c) Use of Idioms, Phrases and Proverbs. (d) Transformation of sentences from one form to another, such as simple to compound, complex to compound, compound to complex. (e) Making sentences with selected official Terminology. (ii) ... 1,850 Words | 13 Pages
  • History of Bangladesh - 2475 Words Bangladesh Liberation War, 1971 The Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971 was for independence from Pakistan. India and Pakistan got independence from the British rule in 1947. Pakistan had two parts, East and West, which were separated by about 1,000 miles. East Pakistan was mainly the eastern part of the province of Bengal. The capital of Pakistan was Karachi in West Pakistan and was moved to Islamabad in 1958. However, due to discrimination in economy and ruling powers against them, the East... 2,475 Words | 8 Pages
  • Branding Bangladesh - 1194 Words Assignment On Branding Bangladesh Course Code: MKT 202 Course title: Introduction to Marketing Submitted To: Omar Nasif Abdullah BBA Program, North South University, Dhaka Submitted by Abrar Khan ID: 1330663630 Section: 7 Date: 06/04/2014 BANGLADESH A LAND OF NATURE Introduction: Bangladesh is a country of natural beauty. She is blessed with endowment of almighty. A paper by Majbritt (2010) argues that the... 1,194 Words | 5 Pages
  • The Women of Bangladesh - 3374 Words Final Paper - Women in Bangladesh Dana Hanson Women Around the World Women’s Low Status and Power Bangladesh is one of the world's most densely populated countries with 150 million people, 49 percent of whom live below the national poverty line. In addition, child malnutrition rates of 48 percent are the second highest in the world, a condition that is tied to the low social status of women in Bangladeshi society (THP). Even though women constitute almost half of the population in... 3,374 Words | 9 Pages
  • Bangladesh Studies - 2798 Words Introduction The main text covers military and guerilla actions and touches upon political as well as other related matters. Comparatively wider coverage of the armed actions does not imply greater importance or precedence of military actions over the long-drawn struggle of the vast majority of the people. The significance of freedom movements cannot be comprehended by studying military actions or guerrilla activities alone. To understand the true dimension liberation wars one must be aware of... 2,798 Words | 8 Pages
  • Democracy in Bangladesh - 1741 Words The cost of good intentions: “solidarity” in Bangladesh The cost of good intentions: “solidarity” in Bangladesh Naila Kabeer 24 June 2004 How can the lives and conditions of women garment workers in Bangladesh be improved? Naila Kabeer questions whether the workers themselves benefit from the campaigning approach of Anita Roddick and the National Labor Committee. Anita Roddick writes on openDemocracy with passionate anger about the conditions of women workers in the export garment sector... 1,741 Words | 5 Pages
  • Bangladesh-Myanmar - 480 Words Bangladesh-Myanmar Relations in the Context of Recent Developments in Myanmar 3. Bangladesh-Myanmar relations: Challenges and Opportunities Bangladesh and Myanmar share approximately 200 kilometre of land border. Both the countries have a long history of sharing political, cultural and economic affairs prior to their emergence as modern nation states. They have also common heritage of British colonial experience. However, after the independence of Bangladesh in 1971, Myanmar expressed... 480 Words | 2 Pages
  • Tourism in Bangladesh - 13025 Words Table of contents 1. 2. 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. 2.5. 2.6. 5. 5.1. 5.2. 5.3. 5.4. 5.5. 5.6. The upcoming tourist industry ........................ 31 Transportation .............................................................................31 Accommodation, restaurants and night life ..............................33 Tour operators .............................................................................35 How is Bangladesh sold... 13,025 Words | 51 Pages
  • The Rivers of Bangladesh - 436 Words Bangladesh is a land of rivers and rivulets. These rivers are the blessings of Creator and pride to us. From high above they look like silvery lines crisscrossed over the green land of our country. Almost all the rivers of our country are originated from the Himalayas and flow into the Bay of Bengal. The main rivers are the Padma, the Meghna, the Jamuna and the Karnaphuli. They flow over our land with their unique way and wash their banks and make our country greener. The rivers are closely... 436 Words | 1 Page
  • Asa Bangladesh - 2034 Words ASA Bangladesh Research Brief History of ASA ASA stands for Association for Social Advancement, which is a non-governmental organization aiming at helping poor people to get out of poverty. Bangladesh earned its independence in 1971, but because of the war, the whole country needed to be reconstructed. The unstable and bureaucratic political system slowed down the speed of economic development. In the meantime, some small non-governmental organizations stepped into Bangladesh to help the local... 2,034 Words | 6 Pages
  • Anthrax in Bangladesh - 621 Words TIME FRAME AFFECTING THE ELASTICITY: Even though the disease anthrax is not directly related with the time or season of a year still the time affected the price and demand change. Because when the disease was taking an epidemic form coincidentally that was the time of our religious festival Eid-ul-fitr. Usually during the time of eid the sales of meet and meet products go high. But due to the anthrax issue the market of beef just went downwards. Because the prices just went down and still... 621 Words | 2 Pages
  • The Rise of Bangladesh - 4510 Words The Rise of Bangladesh Textile Industry INTERNATIONAL TRADE FINANCE IBUS 4520 - 02 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction and Background of study PEST analysis SWOT analysis Questions and Answers Conclusion Recommendations INTRODUCTION / BACKGROUND OF STUDY Bangladesh is a country located in the South –East of Asia. It is bordered by India to its East,... 4,510 Words | 14 Pages
  • Digital Bangladesh - 1100 Words Introduction: digital Bangladesh is a new world, a new concept, a new dream. Bangladesh is now resounding with the aim of achieving digital Bangladesh. Our present prime minister, Sheikh Hasina, in their election manifesto of 2008 declared to build up Bangladesh as a digital one by 2021. Since then this concept has become almost a lip-word with the people of Bangladesh. Meaning of digital Bangladesh: our life today is governed by the offshoots of science. Science has ushered in new era in the... 1,100 Words | 3 Pages
  • Rivers of Bangladesh - 2420 Words Rivers of BAngladesh The rivers of Bangladesh mark both the physiography of the nation and the life of the people. About 700 in number, these rivers generally flow south. The larger rivers serve as the main source of water for cultivation and as the principal arteries of commercial transportation. Rivers also provide fish, an important source of protein. Flooding of the rivers during the monsoon season causes enormous hardship and hinders development, but fresh deposits of rich silt replenish... 2,420 Words | 6 Pages
  • Democracy in Bangladesh - 3143 Words Democracy in Bangladesh Bangladesh returned to electoral democracy in January 2009 after two years under a military ‘caretaker’ government. An alliance led by the Awami League (AL) secured a landslide victory in freely conducted election held in late 2008 under the auspices of the caretaker system. There were hopes that the political crisis and political crisis started in 2006. Constitutional Change On 30 June 2012, the Bangladesh Parliament, in the absence of opposition members, passed the... 3,143 Words | 8 Pages
  • Agriculture of Bangladesh - 4697 Words Assignment on AGRICULTURE OF BANGLADESH Submitted to: Asiquer Rahman Submitted by: Yakub Iqbal 2449 Rasel Mahmud 2464 Mahsinozzaman Shuva 2450 Mustafizur Rahman 2451 Nabila Munmun 2447 Shammi Akter 2418 [pic] Submission Date: June 3, 2010 INTRODUCTION: Agriculture remains the most important sector of Bangladeshi economy, contributing 19.6 percent to the... 4,697 Words | 15 Pages
  • Corruption in Bangladesh - 4743 Words Table of contents 1. Introduction………………………………2 2. Importance of this study………………..4 3. Literature review………………………...5 4. Methodology…………………………….7 5. Findings…………………………………..8 6. Elimination………………………………..15 7. Impact……………………………………18 8. Conclusion………………………………20 9. Reference………………………………..23 Introduction Corruption is a topic of interest and concern in academic circles, in the media, among people of different professions,... 4,743 Words | 15 Pages
  • Bangladesh Women - 1753 Words IV WOMEN’S EMPLOYMENT IN BANGLADESH: CONUNDRUMS AMIDST PROGRESS Summary • • • • • • • • • • • Women’s work participation rates have doubled in Bangladesh since 1995 but they are still extremely low at 26 percent. The dramatic growth in women’s employment is led by the health and community service sector. Younger women’s employment has seen the largest increase. Higher education is an important predictor of both entry into the labor market and wages. Micro credit has had direct and... 1,753 Words | 5 Pages
  • Wetlands of Bangladesh - 26208 Words BANGLADESH INTRODUCTION by Abdul Wahab Akonda Area: 144,054 Population: 104,000,000 (1987). Bangladesh lies between latitudes 20°34'N and 26°38'N and longitudes 88°0l'E and 92°41'E. It is bounded by India in the west and north, by India and Burma in the east, and by the Bay of Bengal in the south. Zoogeographically, Bangladesh is an interesting country lying at the junction of the Indian and Malayan sub-regions of the Indomalayan Realm. The country has a very long history of human... 26,208 Words | 69 Pages
  • Branding Bangladesh - 4033 Words TERM PAPER ON Branding Bangladesh Submitted To Md. Rafiuddin Ahmed Assistant Professor Department of Marketing University of Dhaka Submitted By Papercut SL.NO. NAME ROLL 01. MD. SAHADAT HOSSAIN 255 02. MD.ASADUL ISLAM 01 03. MD.ALAUDDIN TAREK 127 04. NAZMA ISLAM 23 05. Samina Chowdhury Risha 83 11th May, 2013 Md. Rafiuddin Ahmed Assistant Professor Department of Marketing Faculty of Business Studies University of Dhaka Subject: Submission of the... 4,033 Words | 14 Pages
  • ICT in Bangladesh - 1428 Words Content Introduction : ICT: The Changes ICT has done all over World: ICT in Bangladesh: Present Situation: Possibilities: Measures to be Taken: Conclusion: References: Introduction: On one golden morning at the beginning of Civilization, the world has seen a new kind of multicellular organism, which as time has flown by, has captured almost all the natural forces to be controlled showing the best cerebral development in the Animal... 1,428 Words | 5 Pages
  • Industries in Bangladesh - 1897 Words Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation (BSCIC) provides a package of services to private sector entrepreneurs in Bangladesh in the small and cottage industries sector. It was created through an Act of Parliament in 1957 which was later amended in 1992. BSCIC has developed a total of 74 industrial estates throughout the country to foster the growth of SCIs in a balanced manner and also construction works for good number of estates including special type like Tannery, API (Active... 1,897 Words | 6 Pages
  • Constitution of Bangladesh - 20982 Words CONSTITUTION OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF BANGLADESH 4th November 1972 PREAMBLE We, the people of Bangladesh, having proclaimed our Independence on the 26th day of March, 1971 and through a historic war for national independence, established the independent, sovereign People's Republic of Bangladesh; Pledging that the high ideals of absolute trust and faith in the Almighty Allah, nationalism, democracy and socialism meaning economic and social justice, which inspired our heroic people to... 20,982 Words | 57 Pages
  • Bangladesh - Essay - 3660 Words Bangladesh in Transition Emily Drew Introduction On February 3, 2001, half a million Bangladeshi citizens gathered in Dhaka to participate in a social movement that demonstrated against human rights abuses, economic injustice, and political corruption. At “The Peoples’ Grand Rally,” the United Citizen’s Movement (UCM) presented a 10-point declaration that demanded “strengthening democracy, ensuring good governance and free election, fighting communalism and corruption, empowering women, …and... 3,660 Words | 11 Pages
  • Culture of Bangladesh - 2905 Words  Introduction to the country: "Bangladesh" is a combination of the Bengali words, Bangla and Desh, meaning the country or land where the Bangla language is spoken. The country formerly was known as East Pakistan.  What is Culture: o The set of shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that characterizes an institution, organization or group. o The sum of attitudes, customs, and beliefs that distinguishes one group of people from another. o Culture has been taken... 2,905 Words | 9 Pages
  • History of Bangladesh - 715 Words The history of Bangladesh is often described as a history of conflicts, power shifts and disasters. The earliest historical references to political life in the Bangladesh occur in writings recounting Alexander the Great's invasion of India in 326 BCE (Before the Common Era). Greek and Latin historians hypothesized that Alexander the Great withdrew from India anticipating the valiant counter attack from the empires of the Bengal region. The first Muslims came to the area around 13th Century CE... 715 Words | 3 Pages
  • Prehistory of Bangladesh - 427 Words University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh GED 100: Bangladesh Studies Afsana Anjum Lecturer Room: 602 The course is concerned with the political, cultural, social and economic history of Bengal that dates back to 320 B.C. with the line drawing towards the present. Daily lifestyle, society, religion, culture, wealth of Bengal in other words how this nation gradually evolved into today’s Bangladesh is the main structure of this subject. With that, land formation, agriculture system, industry,... 427 Words | 3 Pages
  • Beauty of Bangladesh - 1996 Words Q.1:What is the title of your term paper? Ans:The title of our term paper is “Beautiful Bangladesh” Q.2:Why do you want to work on the topic? Ans:The topic is so interesting to us we want to work on the topic Q.3:How do you think this topic is going to help you? Ans:To collect materials on the following topic we need to research some book, news paper & web link, Which is so helpfull to increase our knowledge about Bangladesh Q.4:How do you intend to proceed with this work... 1,996 Words | 8 Pages
  • Beautiful Bangladesh - 1157 Words Bangladesh is Located in the north-eastern part of South Asia. The majestic Himalayas stand some distance to the north, while in the south lays the Bay of Bengal. There is West Bengal border on the west and in the east lie the hilly and forested regions of Tripura, Mizoram (India) and Myanmar. These picturesque geographical boundaries frame a low lying plain of about 1,47,570 square kilometer criss-crossed by innumerable rivers and streams. Mighty rivers are the Padma (Ganges), the Brahmaputra... 1,157 Words | 3 Pages
  • Clothing of Bangladesh - 1445 Words Bangladeshi women habitually wear Sarees. Jamdani was once world famous for it's most artistic and expensive ornamental fabric. Moslin, a fine and artistic type of cloth was well known worldwide. Naksi Kantha, embroidered quilted patchwork cloth produced by the village women, is still familiar in villages and towns simultaneously. A common hairstyle is Beni (twisted bun) that Bangalee women are fond of. Traditionally males wear Panjabis, Fatuas and Pajamas. Hindus wear Dhuty for religious... 1,445 Words | 5 Pages
  • History of Bangladesh - 1444 Words The history of Bangladesh National Museum is eventful and glorious, connected as it has been, in chronological sequence, with British Indian history, the birth and dissolution of Pakistan, and the emergence of Bangladesh. At the turn of the twentieth century Lord Curzon, Viceroy of India, by his policy of provincial readjustment, provided the political ground for the establishment of a museum in Dhaka. He partitioned Bengal on 16 October 1905. The historic city of Dhaka became the capital of... 1,444 Words | 4 Pages
  • Genocide of Bangladesh - 2736 Words The Consequences of the Bangladesh Genocide In the beginning of 1971, West Pakistan attempted to eliminate the Bengali culture in Eastern Pakistan. With the formation of the Bengali nationalists creating their own country, the liberation war occurred in Bangladesh which caused the genocide. In reality the liberation war was a smoke screen to hide the genocide that was being committed on the Bengali people, from the Pakistan government. Over three million people were killed and over fifteen... 2,736 Words | 7 Pages
  • History of Bangladesh - 509 Words The history of Bangladesh as a nation state began in 1971, when it seceded from Pakistan. Prior to the creation of Pakistan in 1947, modern-day Bangladesh was part of ancient, classical, medieval and colonial India. The area's early history featured a succession of Indian empires, internal squabbling, and a tussle between Hinduism and Buddhism for dominance. Islammade its first appearance between the 8th-10th centuries when Muslim missionaries arrived. Later, Muslim rulers reinforced the... 509 Words | 2 Pages
  • Traditional Bangladesh - 2362 Words Bangladesh Studies Topic: Culture And Tradition Submitted by: Marilyn Thipthorpe INTRODUCTION Bangladesh is a county encompassing 147,570-km²of land in South Asia. Our culture and tradition lies in our ancient history spanning thousands of years. This is the product of the repeated entry of varied peoples, bringing with them the Dravidian, Indo-Aryan, Mongol-Mughul, Arab, Persian, Turkic, and European cultures. In the 16th century, Bengal was absorbed into the Mughul Empire, later in the... 2,362 Words | 7 Pages
  • Changes in Bangladesh - 1296 Words Changes in Bangladesh Bangladesh came to today's shape through a long history of political evolution. Bengal was probably the wealthiest part of the subcontinent up till the 16th century. The area's early history featured a succession of Indian empires, internal squabbling, and a tussle between Hinduism and Buddhism for dominance. All of this was just a prelude to the unstoppable tide of Islam which washed over northern India at the end of the 12th century. Mohammed Bakhtiar Khalzhi from... 1,296 Words | 4 Pages
  • Fdi in Bangladesh - 7876 Words Report on Foreign Direct Investment Opportunities in Bangladesh Prepared by Sadiqul Alam Executive Summery Bangladesh received $999 million foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2011, a 16 percent drop from the previous year's $793 million, although the global FDI marked a 30 percent rise in the same period, according to a global investment report. The United... 7,876 Words | 26 Pages
  • History of Bangladesh - 6494 Words History of Bangladesh (from 1972 to 2011) Saturday, December 10, 2011 6:15:09 PM Salahuddin Kader Chowdhury, Mohiuddin, history, Sheikh Hasina, Al-Shams, Abdus Salam Pintu, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Captain M. A Mansur, Tazuddin Ahmad, Syed Nazrul Islam, DGFI, Abdur Rahim, Hussein Muhammad Ershad, Abdul Kader Mollah, Moslehusddin, Ziaur Rahman, Golam Azam, Al-Bador, Mustaq Ahmad, Bangabandhu, AHM Quamruzzaman, Khaleda Zia, JMB, Jamat-e-Islami, Grenedae attack 2004, Rezzaqul Haidar Chowdhury,... 6,494 Words | 25 Pages
  • Disaster of Bangladesh - 699 Words Bangladeshi disaster: What price those £10 chinos now? Head Line: Primark, Bonmarché and Western consumers must take a share of the responsibility for the deaths in the Bangladeshi clothing factory. By: David Blair Published By: The Telegraph Date: 25 Apr 2013 Summary: This article is about the distressing incident which took place in Bangladesh where 228 people died in the fall down of eight storey’s Rana Plaza. Rana Plaza had shops, offices and factories crowded with many... 699 Words | 3 Pages
  • Culture of Bangladesh - 328 Words Culture of Bangladesh Bangladesh might be known as one of the poorest countries in the world but this country is also one of culture and traditions. Most people know that the Bangladesh poverty rate is one of the highest in the world and yet although many visitors would expects to see only poverty in this country the truth is that there is much more to Bangladesh than it may seem. Not only for those who care Bangladesh is still a developing nation but it is also a country that managed to... 328 Words | 1 Page
  • Urbanization in Bangladesh - 1382 Words  Urbanization in Bangladesh Urbanization in Bangladesh Submitted for Jadith Munim Assistant Professor BBA program State university of Bangladesh Submitted by NAME ID Sajib Ashraful Islam UG 01-20-09-028 Md. Rajon... 1,382 Words | 8 Pages
  • FDI in BANGLADESH - 4293 Words 1.1 Introduction As a developing country, Bangladesh needs FDI for its ongoing development process. It is a potent weapon for developing the economy and achieving the country’s socio-economic objectives. The climate for investment is determined by the interplay of a whole set of factors: economic, social, political, technological and environmental that has a bearing on the operation of businesses. Foreign direct investment (FDI) has the potential to generate employment, raise productivity,... 4,293 Words | 22 Pages
  • Bangladesh and Aerospace Medicine - 1499 Words CONFIDENTIAL ANNEX A TO BAF FORM P-57 CHECK FORM : BAF OFFICER 1. Full Name (Block letter) : MD. ABDUL KHALEQUE evsjvq c~Y© bvg : ‡gvt Ave`yj Lv‡jK 2. Rank Group Captain Service No. BD / 8063 Branch: Medical 3. Academy Course No & Name Not Applicable (N / A) 4. BMA (Jt Svc Trg) Course No & Name N / A 5. Date of Commission 15 Apr 1983 Ante date of Seniority / Commission with reason 15 Apr 1980 . As per the Svc... 1,499 Words | 19 Pages
  • Relationship Between China and Bangladesh The Relationship between Bangladesh and China | Structure of the paper Title | Page Number | 1.Preamble | 03 | | | 2. Significant of China-Bangladesh Relationship | 04 | | | 3. History of China-Bangladesh Relations | 05-07 | | | 4. Political Relations in Different Regimes | 08-20 | | | 5.Starting of Bilateral Relations | 21 | | | 6.Bilateral Contacts and Cooperation |... 8,786 Words | 30 Pages
  • Celebration of Independence Day in Bangladesh Celebration of Independence Day The independence of Bangladesh was declared and the Liberation War began on 26 March 1971 which is celebrated as the Independence Day every year. The people of then-East Pakistan took part in this war to liberate Bangladesh from Pakistan. Independence for Bangladesh was gained through a nine-month civil war against the Pakistani Army, which resulted in the loss of about 3 million lives, the exodus of 10 million refugees and the displacement of 30 million... 290 Words | 1 Page
  • Bangladesh The Coming Storm - 469 Words Bangladesh The Coming Storm 1. What does Bangladesh look like today? Bangladesh looks like half of the human population crammed into a space the size of Louisiana. In the capital of Dhaka, it is so crowded and filled with homeless people on every corner. Among the 15 million people stuck in traffic among the crowded roads, lies an army of Bengali beggers. Bengali beggers sell vegetables, popcorn, and trinkets. Even in the beauty country side filled with lush grass and flowers, there is people... 469 Words | 2 Pages
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