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Preservation of Women Rights in Muslim Family Law

1.1 Introduction Women are part and parcel of society. They are the nerve of the society. We cannot deny their role in the global society. We cannot imagine a body without a heart. Similarly it is not to think a societal improvement without the participation of the women  with this view in mind .....

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Report on Child Labor

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY-Most of us consider child labor exploitative and therefore, socially unacceptable. The study of child labor is, however, important not only for social reasons but also for economic ones. The impact of child labor on the economy works through its debilitating effect on education .....

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Report on World Trade Organizations

What is the World Trade Organization? Simply put: the World Trade Organization (WTO) deals with the rules of trade between nations at a global or near-global level. But there is more to it than that. There are a number of ways of looking at the WTO. It’s an organization for liberalizing trade. .....

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Report on Primary School Dropouts

1.1 PROPOSITION “The educated differ from the non-educated as much as the living from the dead”. -Aristotle The importance of education in human development is not a new discovery. Education is the most fundamental human rights which is not only connected to measure of literacy but also relat.....

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Assignment on William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare  The Tempest was the last of William Shakespeare’s play. It is a romantic drama that was probably completed in 1611 and was first printed in the Folio in 1623. Shakespeare tries to say his own feelings through the character of the magician, Prospero, the former Duke of Mila.....

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Assignment on The Beautiful Land Bangladesh

Country Formal Name: People’s Republic of Bangladesh Short Form: Bangladesh Term for Citizens: Bangladeshi(s) Capital: Dhaka Date of Independence: April 17, 1971; eastern part of Pakistan (East Pakistan), 1947-71. Geography Size: Total 144,000 square kilometers, land area 133,910 square kil.....

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Assignment on the Impact of the Treaty of Versailles

Impact of the Treaty of Versailles The Treaty of Versailles radically altered the Geography of Europe. It had clauses that resulted in areas of land being taken from Germany. The maps on the next slide illustrate the scale of these losses. – From the maps on the next slide it is clear that .....

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Assignment on Political and Security Conditions in Bangladesh

 Political and security conditions deteriorated in Bangladesh Political and security conditions deteriorated in Bangladesh . The country saw nearly daily bombings throughout the year. On August 17, more than 400 bombs went off simultaneously in sixty-three of the country’s sixty-four districts.....

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Assignment on Shrimp Culture in Bangladesh

Introduction: Modern shrimp farming, the production of marine shrimp in impoundments, ponds, raceways and tanks, got started in the early 1970s, and, today, over fifty countries have shrimp farms. In the Eastern Hemisphere, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, India and China are the leaders, and Malay.....

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Assignment on Russian Revolution

Introduction : The Russian Revolution of 1917 is also called the Bolshevik Revolution or the October Revolution. In 1917 there were actually two revolutions in Russia. One was the February Revolution in which the Tsar abdicated his throne and the Provisional Government took power. The other was.....

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Theis on Workers Retrenchment under Labour Law in Bangladesh Perspective

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Introduction Barriers to timely resolution of labour disputes involve two types of issues; one is the legal barrier and the other is the practical one. To deal with the first one, we begin by outlining the origin of Labour Courts, its constitution, composition, powers and procedures, including th.....

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Thesis on womens rights in Bangladesh Perspective

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Introduction Women are part and parcel of society. They are the nerve of the society. We cannot deny their role in the global society. We cannot imagine a body without a heart. Similarly it is not to think a societal improvement without the participation of the women  with this view in mind our .....

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