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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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Bangladesh

by Syeda Tasneem Rumy | Sep 16, 2009
-a land of Beauty
When I pronounce the word ‘Bangladesh’ it induces a magical feeling in my mind. It is probably very difficult to express how I feel and make you understand how it feels like to be a Bangladeshi or show you the numerous features that makes my motherland, so special... »read more
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Can living in a foreign country be better than living in your own?

by Serenity . | Feb 24, 2011
An article to answer the pros and and cons of living in a foreign country compared to native land.
One argument in favour of staying in one's native country is that the problems of adapting to a new way of life cannot always be overcome. The fact of the matter is that, even in cases where the language is the same, there are other changes, such as cultural differences, which an outsider... »read more
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Cultures of Bangladesh

by Syeda Tasneem Rumy | Nov 21, 2009
Reflecting the long history of the region, Bangladesh has a culture that encompasses elements both old and new. The Bengali language boasts a rich literary heritage, which Bangladesh shares with the Indian state of West Bengal. The earliest literary text in Bengali is the 8th... »read more
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Occupations With Highest Suicide Rates

by Tina S | Jan 16, 2010
Suicide is intentionally takings of one's own life which is mainly caused by depression.
A suicide method is any means by which one or more persons purposely kills themselves. Examples of methods that have been used to commit suicide are listed below. Though individuals with suicidal feelings may consider these methods, most eventually do not act on them. Suicide isn't a... »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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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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Know About Dreamcatcher

by Tina S | Mar 31, 2010
An ancient Chippewa tradition
  Dream catchers are based on the Native American tradition of hanging a symbolic web over a sleeping person to protect him or her from bad dreams. A dream catcher consists of a circular wooden hoop containing a handcrafted web design with a center hole. The bottom of the hoop features two... »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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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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