• Language Movement
    of Bangladesh originated from the Bengali language movement. In a way this is correct, as the basic inspiration for the freedom struggle of the Bengali-speaking people of Pakistan came mainly form linguistic nationalism. Statistically speaking, the Bengalis were the majority community of Pakistan-...
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  • For getting better else
    organization by scholars, writers and journalists oriented towards Islamic ideology) in a booklet titled State Language of Pakistan : Bengali or Urdu? demands Bengali as one of the state language of Pakistan. The Secretary of the Majlis, at that time a Professor of Physics in Dhaka University, [Abul...
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  • Eng 105
    | |Problems Faced by Bengali Medium Students in North South University | |Faculty: Dr. Deena P. Forkan...
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  • History of Language
    Bengali Language Movement From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Bengali Language Movement, also known as the Language Movement (Bengali: ভাষা আন্দোলন; Bhasha Andolon), was a political movement in former East Bengal (today Bangladesh) advocating the recognition of the Bengali language as an official...
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  • Bengali Language Movement
    Bengali Language Movement From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia [pic] This article is about the language movement in Bangladesh. For other uses, see Language movement (disambiguation). [pic] [pic] Procession march held on 21 February 1952 in Dhaka The Bengali Language Movement, also known as the...
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  • Short History of Bd
    cultural, and ethnic differences also contributed to the estrangement of East from West Pakistan. In East Pakistan most of the people’s mother tongue was Bengali but the West Pakistan ruler wanted to make the Urdu as only state language. In March 21, 1948 Muhammad Ali Jinnah announced that, “Urdu only...
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  • Internal Colonialism in Bangladesh
    minority groups within a wider society. This is held to be similar to the relationship between metropole and colony, in colonialism proper. 1.2. The Bengali Ethnonationalist Movement and the Civil War in East Pakistan, 1952-1971 At the time of Independence, the State of Pakistan was composed of two wings...
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  • History of Bangladesh
    Pakistan, popular agitation led by Sheikh Mujibur Rahman grew against West Pakistan, resulting in the Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971, which the Bengali people won with the support of India. After independence, the new state endured famine, natural disasters and widespread poverty, as well as political...
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  • Liberation War 1971
    West over the East was gradually unveiled. The struggle for the consciousness of identity and cultural freedom which began with the advent of the student movements of the 60's, turned into a civil war, the Liberation War of Bangladesh. Here are the key reasons behind the war: 1. Language controversy: ...
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  • Gup Between
    starting from the month of November, 2011. In Self-financed Colleges, five (5) Fresher students will get the opportunity of full free (i.e. Rs. 7,000 including Uni. Exam. Fee will be paid as total course fee) or ten (10) students will get half-free (i.e. Rs.22,000 including Uni.Exam. Fee will be paid as total...
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  • Language Movement
    state language on 29th July, 1947. On September 2, 1947 some students of the University of Dhaka formed “Tomaddun Mojlish”, a cultural organization. Tamuddun Majlish in a booklet titled State Language of Pakistan: Bengali or Urdu? demands Bengali as one of the state language of Pakistan. In November 1947...
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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 Bengali...
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  • History of Bangladesh
    Pakistan's "founding father" Muhammad Ali Jinnah and, later, fellow Bengali Khwaja Nazimuddin declared Urdu as the official state language, protest erupted throughout the eastern wing. On 21 February 1952 (8 Falgun 1359 in Bangla calendar) students protest led to killing of ordinary citizen by the police. More...
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  • Strategic Marketing
    Shaheed Minar National Monument - Honoring the Bengali Language Movement Martyrs Located near the Dhaka Medical College in Dhaka, Bangladesh, the national monument known as Shaheed Minar was established in memory of those who were killed during the 1952 Bengali Language Movement demonstrations. Set upon...
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  • National Father
    |Islam | Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (Bengali: শেখ মুজিবুর রহমান Shekh Mujibur Rôhman; Urdu: مجيب الرحمن‎), (March 17, 1920 – August 15, 1975) was a Bengali politician and statesman who was the founding leader of Bangladesh.[1] He headed the Awami...
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  • History of 21st February
    required to discard their mother tongue Bangla, which they had used for thousands of wirs. and learn afresh a completely alien minority language. Students of Dhaka University and other colleges of the city in Bangladesh (erstwhile East Pakistan) organized a general strike on March 11,1948 to protest...
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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 submit...
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  • Genocide of Bangladesh
    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...
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  • Dead Reckoning Memories of the 1971 Bangladesh War
    chapters which are summarized as follows:- a. Chapter - 1 (Call to Arms – Bengali Nationalist Rebellion). This chapter highlights the overlooked or misrepresented aspects of successful elections, failed negotiations, Bengali agitation culminated in civil war and India-Pakistan war resulted in creation...
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  • Ishwarchandra Vidyasagar
    Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar CIE (Bengali: ঈশ্বর চন্দ্র বিদ্যাসাগর Ishshor Chôndro Biddashagor 26 September 1820 – 29 July 1891), born Ishwar Chandra Bandopadhyaya (Bengali: ঈশ্বর চন্দ্র বন্দ্যোপাধ্যায়, Ishshor Chôndro Bôndopaddhae), was an Indian Bengali polymath and a key figure of the Bengal Renaissance...
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