Political Science

Conflict in Sudan

This assignment examines the available data to identify and evaluate the Sudan conflict as a whole. Main aim of this assignment is to analyzing the conflicting situation of Sudan. The main objectives of the analysis are to portray a structural framework of a conflict. This part of this assignment.....

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Election Commission in Bangladesh

Introduction: Free and fair election is a basic requirement for the triumph of democracy and accordingly part VIII of the constitution of Bangladesh provides for free and fair election. The Election Commission (EC), headed by the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) is endowed with the responsibilit.....

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Caretaker Government

Introduction The 13th amendment of the Constitution of Bangladesh provides a new framework for a non-elected, interim Caretaker Government (CTG) after the end of a regular government At the end of BNP regime in Dec. 2006, the CTG of Fakhruddin Ahmed hold the state power. The government rather tha.....

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Need for Police Reforms in Bangladesh

Introduction: Police are key participants in the creation of safe and stable communities they should not be singularly relied upon to prevent crime. In Bangladesh there is a widely held view that crime prevention should largely be a police responsibility rather than being the collective responsib.....

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History of Bangladesh Police

Definition of police: Police is a body of persons making up such a department, trained in methods of law enforcement and crime prevention and detection and authorized to maintain the peace, safety and order of the community. The abbreviations of the term POLICE is: P= Polite O= Obedient L= Loyal .....

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Industrial Relations in Bangladesh

INTRODUCTION : The relationship between employer and employee or trade unions is called Industrial Relation (IR). Harmonious relationship is necessary for both employers and employees to safeguard the interests of both parties of the production. In order to maintain good relationship with the emp.....

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The Role of Micro-Finance in the Empowerment of Women

General Background Women in developing countries are subject to various forms of discrimination and gender inequality. This is reflected in the female-male population ratios, particularly within North Africa and Asia which, in contrast to the ratios of European and North American countries, show.....

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Hartal Bangladesh

Operational Definition of Key Concepts The history of Bangladesh as a nation state began in 1971. In the past time politics was used for the welfare of country. In those day’s there was no quarrel among the politicians for money and power but as today most of the politicians are interest is gro.....

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LGED Project Evaluation on Women Empowerment

 Introduction: This report was produced as part of the Strategic Impact Inquiry on Women’s Empowerment Undertaken by LGED project. LGED evolves in-depth examination of four field projects as well as an internal assessment of organizational changes all with respect to their impacts on women.....

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Empowerment of Women

Introduction  Bangladesh is a developing country half of the total population is women whose socio-economic condition is very low. Struggle for modernity, tradition, men-women equality, social dignity, security and for multilateral pressure the position of women in the family is very complex. He.....

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Women Empowerment in Bangladesh

  Introduction Bangladesh is a developing country half of the total population is women whose socio-economic condition is very low. Struggle for modernity, tradition, men-women equality, social dignity, security and for multilateral pressure the position of women in the family is very complex. H.....

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Ministerial Responsibility in Bangladesh

Introduction Every country in this world wants its government to establish as a result of the people’s benefit. People of a country trust the government to assure their safety and believe that the government work for their betterment. Because of this government the people of the country get.....

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