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Water Logging in Dhaka City

by Syeda Tasneem Rumy | Jul 5, 2010
Water logging becomes a burden for the inhabitants of Dhaka City and creating adverse social, physical, economic and environmental impacts.
Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh is one of the populous Mega City in the world. As the growth of urban population tacking place at an exceptionally rapid rate, the city is unable to cope with changing situations due to their internal resource constraints and management limitations. In recent... »read more
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SoHo Trainer Retail outlet

by a370806337 a370806337 | Apr 15, 2013
SoHo Trainer Retail outlet
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Chinese basketball

by abvie nfiie | Apr 22, 2012
Chinese basketball encounter bottleneck before men's Basketball Coach: the Olympic Games is not possible and before eight-Nike Free 7.0 Men
In the Chinese Football Association and Wand Nike Free Run a signed a 3 year 500000000 yuan of the cooperation agreement, low confuse old Chinese soccer seems to let people see the b Nike Free Shoes ottomed signs. But a few years ago in good condition of Chinese basketball, is faced with Yao... »read more
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The 1st International Women's Day

by Tina S | Mar 8, 2010
A short history of the 1st IWD celebration
  Happy International Women's Day to you all! International Women's Day (IWD) is marked on the 8th of March every year.International Women's Day, formally proclaimed by the United Nations as March 8th in 1975, has a long history that goes back to the late 19th and early 20th centuries.... »read more
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Corruption In Bangladesh

by Tina S | Dec 2, 2009
Bangladesh is ranked 13th from the bottom corrupted country in the World
  Those who perpetrate injustice and those who tolerate the same, Let both burn into ashes, My Lord, in Your ever wrathful flame ... - Rabindranath Tagore Corruption is a topic of interest and concern in academic circles, in the media, among people of different professions, within... »read more
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Clothing

by Penelope Truce | Sep 28, 2009
Clothing customs affect styles. Their customs develop in a country as generation after generation of children learns what clothes to wear.
Hey! Let’s know something About Clothing !!!     All of you must have played the game called ‘Dress-Up’, sometime or the other. It involves dressing up and usually involves the act of impersonating someone. The type of clothes you dress up... »read more
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Secularism

by Tina S | Dec 2, 2009
What Is Secularism?
  Secularism is the ideology that requires the government to have no involvement or influence of religion (religions) in its policies and laws of the land. Secularism is a wider view to the world that assures the independence in connection with all its strengths, qualities, values and... »read more
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Wedding Ring

by Penelope Truce | Mar 22, 2011
An article that expresses meanings and traditions that can be embraced when the rings are exchanged.
There are many symbolic meanings that are associated with the exchanging of wedding rings through a wedding ceremony. Some select to express their love and vow in terms of the ring being rounded. With the circular shape of the wedding band they express their love as having no start and no end.... »read more
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History Of April Fools' Day

by Tina S | Apr 1, 2010
a western tradition
  April Fools' Day, sometimes called All Fools' Day, it is celebrated in the United States, England, France, Scotland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Germany and Norway. Because the day evolves around whimsy and tomfoolery the origin of this day varies also. Some see it as a celebration... »read more
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Bangla Language Movement

by Tina S | Feb 20, 2010
21 February 1952
  The nation to immortalize 21st February has termed this day as ‘Omor Ekushay’ (immortal 21st) and commemorates its historical significance by observing it with due solemnity paying tribute and homage to the sons of soil for their heroic sacrifice to uphold the dignity of... »read more
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