Bangladesh Essays

Bangladeshi Women in Bricklane

“I always said I will not marry and be sent far away. I will go no farther than these paddy fields. But our mother told us we must not run from our fate. What cannot be changed must be borne. The test of life is to endure.” Through such representation of gender and focus on history and dislocation, Monica Ali has extended the migrant voice in British fiction. In her stunningly accomplished debut novel Brick Lane (2003) which also got…

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Crops and Vegetables

Contribution of Crops in 1995-96 was 15. 03, in 1997-98 was 14. 59, in 1999-00 was 14. 59, in 2001-02 was 13. 75, in 2003-04 was 13. 23, in 2005-06 was 12. 19. Contribution of crops and vegetables is decreasing year by year. Though production of crops has increased our land has decreased, so our total production has decreased and thus contribution of crops on economy is decreasing. Contribution of Crops and Vegetables in total agriculture in 1995-96 was 58….

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Bangladesh Newspaper

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. Bangladeshi printing media is very strong in…

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Eve Teasing_ an Insidious Reality of Bangladesh

Boalmari is a small town in the Faridpur district of Bangladesh. Boalmari is Shanta has lived her 17 years old life till now. It’s a ten minutes’ walk from her home to school. Each and every weekday those twenty minutes become the most painful moments of her life. She feels like going in and out of a wolf’s lair. A group of college boys on bikes wait for her to come into their lair and then they harass her by…

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Marketing Strategy of Teletalk Banladesh

Executive Summary From the dawn of human civilization people use many ways to communicate with each other and those ways of communication were changed or updated time to time because of new innovation and demand. The power of telephony is a new enterprise culture, from banking to agriculture to healthcare. The opportunities that lie in the telecom industry seem endless and lucrative due to the continuous innovation and growing demand for mobile-telephony. Nowadays mobile phones have become an indispensable part…

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Berger Paints Bangladesh Ltd

There are a large number of multi-national companies operating their businesses in Bangladesh. Berger Paints Bangladesh Limited is one of them. In fact, it is one of the leading multi-national companies in our country. Almost since the early inception of Bangladesh, it has been here with a view to produce high quality standard paints. In the year 1973 it became the first ever multi- national company in Bangladesh to start its operations in the painting industry. With the passage of…

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Labour Unrest

The export-oriented apparel industry of Bangladesh, popularly known as readymade garment (RMG) or simply the garment industry occupies a unique position in economy of Bangladesh. It is the largest exporting industry, which experienced a phenomenal growth during the last three decades. By taking advantage of cheap labour and quota-based market in the USA and EU under the provision of Multi Fibber Arrangement (MFA) of GATT, it attained a high profile in terms of economic growth of the country. The industry…

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The Rivers of Bangladesh

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…

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Liberation War of Bangladesh

Our liberation is the greatest achievement in our national life. The War of Liberation of Bangladesh took place in the history in 1971. We had been under Pakistani rule for twenty five years. The Pakistani rulers and their vested interest group began to treat East Pakistan as a colony gof West Pakistan. Therefore, under the leadership of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, a violent mass movement was launched against the autocrats of the West Pakistan. Subsequently, the Awami League won a…

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Term Paper on Forest Resource Management in Bangladesh

Introduction Forests are a very important source of natural resources like wood, bamboo, thatching material etc. It also has a great influence on the environment like climate, water availability, soil erosion, flood and nutrient turnover. It is also the last portion of the world’s fauna and flora. Wood which is the main forest produce has been used from the very early days of human civilization. Even though substitute has been found for most natural materials wood remains irreplaceable in most…

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Digital Bangladesh

Bangladesh is resounding with the target of achieving digital Bangladesh. Broadly speaking, a digital society ensures an Information and communication Technology (ICT) driven knowledge-based where information will be readily available on line and where all possible tasks of the government, semi-government and also private spheres will be processed using the modern technology. So, a digital Bangladesh must guarantee efficient and effective use of modern ICT in all spheres of the society with a view to establishing good governance. In other…

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The International Mother Language Day

Introduction: We are very proud because the UNESCO gas declared the 21st February as the International Mother Language Day. It is such a prestige that we cannot find the right words to express our sense of jubilation. How it happened: The 21st February, our Martyr’s Day, is unique in the history of the world in the sense that in no other country have lost lives and suffered for the preservation of the mother tongue. So judging the significance of the…

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Composition_ Barisal

Hometown is the city or town where one grows up, or the place of one’s principal residence.It is a place where one passes the lion’s share of his lifetime in the midst of peace, tranquility and joy. It is not required to be the birthplace, although the two can be the same place. The name of my hometown is Barisal. It is an old port on the Kirtankhola on the northern shore of the Bay of Bengal in southern Bangladesh….

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Capricious Traffic Police

A few days ago, while I was returning to Dhaka from Comilla, one of my friends called me in my mobile and wanted to know where I was. Right on that time I was in Kaanchpur Bridge. I told him that I was in Comilla. The thing is that was not untrue in the sense that it took 4 hours to reach Jatrabari, a time more than enough to reach Dhaka from Comilla. I knew this would happen and the…

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International Mother Language Day

UNESCO’s declaration of 21st February as the International Mother Language Day has brought fresh glory and prestige to Bangladesh which is making significant strides towards peace, progress and prosperity at home and discharging international obligations abroad. After 1952, the people of Bangladesh have been observing every year the 21st day of February as their glorious and unforgettable Language Martyrs Day. What happened on 21st February 1952 is widely known. Still let us very briefly recount the fateful happenings of that…

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