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Spring – the Season I like Most

Spring – the Season I like Most

Introduction: The amount of rain, temperature, moisture, etc. is not equal all over the year. This difference has resulted in several divisions and each is called a season. Bangladesh is a land of natural beauties. Her beauty varies from season to season. In this manner, we have six seasons in Ba.....

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Winter Season

Winter Season

Introduction: In Bangladesh, there are six seasons. Winter is one of them. It is the coldest of all. Generally, it begins in the middle of November and lasts till the middle of February. Winter comes after the late autumn. It is the coldest season. It is the season of mist and fog. The sun rises .....

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Importance of Rainy Season

Importance of Rainy Season

Introduction: Bangladesh is a land of six seasons. Each season appears here with its full glory and gives nature a new look and colour. The rainy season is one of them. It is the second season of the Bengali year. Duration of the season: It covers the months of `Ashar’ and `Sraban’. But somet.....

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Different Natural Calamities in Bangladesh

Different Natural Calamities in Bangladesh

Introduction: Bangladesh is a fair land. But it is also a land that experiences natural calamities of all kinds almost every year. Natural calamity refers to a hind of natural disaster caused by environmental pollution and ecological imbalance. In recent years, they have become more frequent beca.....

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Importance of Rivers

Importance of Rivers

Introduction: Bangladesh is are riverine country. There are crisscrossed many big and small rivers. The Padma, the Meghna, the Jamuna are big and wide rivers. The Buriganga, the Sitalakshya, the Dhaleswari, the Teesta, the Madhumati, the Gumati, and the Karnafuli are small rivers. Most of the riv.....

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Tea – a Cash Crop of Bangladesh

Tea – a Cash Crop of Bangladesh

Introduction: Tea is one of the most popular drinks all over the world. Almost all people take tea every day. It is still called `Cha’ in our country. It is made by infusing the dried leaves with boiling water. It belongs to ‘Camelia Sinensis’ of the family `Theaceae. Tea producing countrie.....

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Private Tuition – is it Necessary?

Private Tuition – is it Necessary?

As far as I am concerned, I find that private tuition is not necessary for me. I shall give some reasons. I find that if I pay attention in class when the teacher is teaching, it is adequate to see me through my lessons and homework. If there is any doubt I can always ask […]

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Biological Diversity

Biological Diversity

Biodiversity is life. Short for biological diversity, biodiversity refers to all life on Earth. It includes everything from micro-organisms to towering trees, tiny insects to large mammals, including humans. It is also the ecosystems in which organisms live and the differences within species. Bet.....

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Good Governance – Manage a Country’s Resources and Affairs

Good Governance – Manage a Country’s Resources and Affairs

In the last decade, development literature increasingly emphasized the role played by good governance in maximizing the effectiveness of the development dollar and in achieving sustainable development. What is governance? The term ‘governance’ is used to describe the way in which a country is.....

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Urbanization and Its Causes

Urbanization and Its Causes

Living in cities: Cities have long been places where the concentration of large numbers of people has fostered specialization in commerce, industry, arts, sciences, and culture. The percentage of the world’s population living in cities is increasing rapidly – from 2% in 1800 to 14% in 1900 to.....

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How are Human Rights Protected?

How are Human Rights Protected?

The United Nations vision is of a world in which the human rights of all are fully respected and enjoyed in conditions of global peace. The High Commissioner works to keep that vision to the forefront through the constant encouragement of the international community and its member States to uphol.....

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Time is Money

Time is Money

Introduction: Time is money is a well-known English phrase that emphasizes the value of time. There are other metaphors that are related to “time is money,” such as “time waits for none,” “time and tide wait for none,” and “time is gold,” among others. We can use the time to gain .....

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