• History of Language
    national language, sparking extensive protests among the Bengali-speaking majority of East Bengal. Facing rising sectarian tensions and mass discontent with the new law, the government outlawed public meetings and rallies. The students of the University of Dhaka and other political activists defied the...
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  • Eng 105
    | | | |Topic | |Problems Faced by Bengali Medium Students in North South University...
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  • Language Movement
    Parishad' was formed by different students and cultural organizations of Dhaka in the month of October, 1947. The Committee strongly resented the exclusion of the Bengali language from the newly issued postal stamps, coins and office forms of the Government of Pakistan. On 5 December 1947 teachers and...
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  • For getting better else
    demand for Bengali as one of the state language gathered the spontaneous support of the Bengali Civil Servants, academics, students, and various groups of middle class. Several members of the Provincial Assembly, including some ministers, were reportedly active in supporting the movement. By the end of...
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  • Bengali Language Movement
    Bengali-speaking majority of East Pakistan. Facing rising sectarian tensions and mass discontent with the new law, the government outlawed public meetings and rallies. The students of the University of Dhaka and other political activists defied the law and organised a protest on 21 February 1952. The...
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  • Short History of Bd
    the ongoing massacres, a guerilla army formed under the leadership of rebel Bengali military officers and organized student activists. This guerilla army, known as the Mukti Bahini in Bengali, fought a war of attrition with the Pakistani army until December, 1971. The Mukti Bahini received training...
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  • Internal Colonialism in Bangladesh
    Jinnah, Liaquat Ali Khan and Khawja Nazimuddin since Independence. Two days later, students of Dhaka University held a protest meeting and demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Nazimuddin who, despite his own Bengali origin, refused to support the demand for Bengali as the second national...
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  • History of Bangladesh
    when police killed student demonstrators on that day. The deaths provoked widespread civil unrest led by the Awami Muslim League, later renamed the Awami League. After years of conflict, the central government relented and granted official status to the Bengali language in 1956. In 2000, UNESCO...
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  • Liberation War 1971
    and Mujib and the other accused were released on 22nd February. On February 23, 1969, Sheikh Mujib appeared before a cheering million-strong crowd of Bengalis at the Race Course in Dhaka. Student leader Tofayel Ahmed electrified the audience when he referred to Sheikh Mujibur Rahman as the friend...
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  • Bengali New Year
    Bengali New Year is the first day of the Bengali calendar, celebrated in both Bangladesh and the Indian state of West Bengal, and also in Bengali communities in the other Indian states. It is celebrated on 14th April in Bangladesh and on 15th April in West Bengal. The traditional greeting for...
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  • History of Bangladesh
    . However, eastern Pakistanis regarded Urdu as the language of the elite, not the language of the people in the eastern province - who made up 56% of Pakistan's population - where Bangla was the mother tongue. After Pakistan's "founding father" Muhammad Ali Jinnah and, later, fellow Bengali Khwaja...
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  • National Father
    Bangabandhu (বঙ্গবন্ধু Bôngobondhu, "Friend of Bengal"), and widely revered in Bangladesh as the Father of the Nation. His eldest daughter, Sheikh Hasina, is the present leader of the Awami League and the current Prime Minister of Bangladesh. As a student political leader, Mujib rose in Bengali politics as a...
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  • Case Study
    MEDIA IMPACT AMONG STUDENTS Letter of Authorization Honorable Sir, We, three students of your faculty (Section – L) have made a small research on “Media impact among AIUB students”. For that reason, we need your approval to...
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  • Gup Between
    (including Uni. Exam.Fee Rs.1500/-) of which Rs. 15000/- will be paid at the time of admission and the rest amount i.e. Rs. 22000/- will be paid in five (5) equal installments starting from the month of November, 2011. In Self-financed Colleges, five (5) Fresher students will get the opportunity of full...
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  • Strategic Marketing
    language, which the Bengali-speaking majority in the area objected to. In the face of rising sectarian tensions, the government put a ban on public meetings and rallies. Defying the ban, students of the University of Dhaka, along with other political activists, organized a protest to take place on 21...
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  • Mixture of global food culture
    culture nowadays. People like more mixture food than traditional Bengali food I once again thank you for giving me a chance to do this project which, I believe, will help me in my future professional life. Yours Sincerely Tanim Md Nur Hossain 11-18275-1 PREFACE I prepared...
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  • Language Movement
    , 1948, Direndra Nath Dutta moves a resolution in the first session of Pakistan's Constituent Assembly for recognizing Bengali as a state language along with Urdu and English. However, in 1948 on 19th March, Pakistan’s Governor General Mohammad Ali Jinnah, claimed at a gathering of students of Dhaka...
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  • History of 21st February
    describe. Some lives were lost when police opened fire on agitating students. What the students were agitating for is also well-known. They wanted Bengali to be recognized as one of the two state languages of what was then an undivided Pakistan. But a description like this would be patently superfluous...
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  • Dead Reckoning Memories of the 1971 Bangladesh War
    . These victims were targeted neither by Pakistan Army nor by a non Bengali but by the well educated Bengali students themselves. No official inquiry took place of these incidents in Independent Bangladesh to ascertain the killers and their aim. Only Pakistan Army was accused of this action as they...
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  • War of Independence
    directed by West Pakistan launched a military operation in East Pakistan against Bengalicivilians, students, intelligentsia, and armed personnel who were demanding separation of the East from West Pakistan. Bengali military,paramilitary, and civilians formed the Mukti Bahini (Bengali: মুক্তি বাহিনী...
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