Patriotism means genuine love towards your own country/ motherland. It does not mean hatred towards other countries as well. It is said that even if a mother loose her love towards her child a child should not lose his/ her honor towards her. It is patriotism which has inspired martyrs to give up their lives for the sake of their countries; in the service of their countries; in fighting for the cause and liberty of their country. Their names stand recorded in golden words in the history of their nation.
Likewise we must respect our country no matter what the circumstances are. We all are indebted towards our country because it is where we are born & brought up. Every individual has a different way to express his/ her feeling of patriotism towards his/ her country. A true patriot tries to contribute his best for the growth and development Of his country. For instance, a social reformer is said to be a patriot in the real sense. Carrying respect and patriotic spirits in your hearts for your country is not bad but you should display your feelings in a correct manner.
Remember there would be no peaceful world until or unless you manage to keep your patriotic spirit aside. Each one of us has to love not only what belongs to us but we should also love what belongs to other human race. Faceable Faceable is a largest social networking website intended to connect friends, family, and business associates. It began as a college networking website and has expanded to include anyone and everyone. Face book was founded by 2004 by Harvard student Mark Seersucker and.
It was quickly successful on campus and expanded beyond Harvard into other Ivy League schools. At that time, it was only available to schools, universities, organizations, and nannies within English speaking countries, but has since expanded to include anyone. Face book users create a profile page that shows their friends and networks information about themselves. The choice to include a profile in a network means that everyone within that network can view the profile.
The profile typically includes the following: Information, Status, Friends, and Friends in Other Networks, photos, Notes, Groups, and The Wall. Users are able to search for friends and acquaintances by e-mail address, school, university, or just by typing in a name or location for search. When people come friends, they are able to see all of each others’ profiles including contact information. E-mail notifications let users know when new friends have chosen to add them to their list or when someone has sent a message to them within the system.
A popular feature on Face book is the ability to share photographs uploaded from a phone, camera, or hard drive. As with other private information, users have the option to allow only friends to see their pictures or anyone. There is an unlimited amount of storage available, which is a major advantage of Face book’s photograph sharing capabilities. INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR International trade fair is such a fair where goods of many countries of the world are displayed and sold within a fixed time.
International Trade Fair in Bangladesh, organized by Export Promotion Bureau and the Ministry of Commerce, Government of Bangladesh will be held at Sheer-E-Bangle Magna in Dacha west side of Bangladesh International Conference Centre during January 01-31 Every Year. This event would project quality exportable of Bangladesh to the visitors from home and abroad. The local producer in the remote areas of rural Bangladesh who does not have financial strength to articulate in International trade fair will have the opportunity to display their products to the buyer from abroad at this fair.
On the other hand, the overseas participants would have opportunity to display their products to the consumer of Bangladesh where domestic market of consumer goods is expanding. The foreign participants will also have the opportunity to display their state-of-the-art technology to the local producers and exporters. Besides, the participants will be able to identify business contacts with prospect of entering into subsequent business negotiations. AR of independence A war of independence is a conflict occurring over a territory that has declared independence.
Once the state that previously held the territory sends in military forces to assert its sovereignty or the native population clashes with the former occupier, a separatist rebellion has begun. If a new state is successfully established, the conflict is subsequently known as a war of independence. Use of the term largely originates from the American War of Independence but prior conflicts sometimes got the name retroactively?such s the Dutch War of Independence, originally known as the “Eighty Years’ War” and still often called by that name in the Netherlands themselves.
The Bangladesh Liberation War was a revolutionary independence war in South Asia during 1 971 which established the republic of Bangladesh. The war pitted East Pakistan against West Pakistan, and lasted over a duration of nine months. It witnessed large-scale atrocities, the exodus of 10 million refugees and the displacement of 30 million people. The war broke out on 26 March 1971, when the Pakistani Army launched a military operation called Operation
Searchlight against Bengali civilians, students, intelligentsia and armed personnel, who were demanding that the Pakistani military junta accept the results of the 1 970 first democratic elections of Pakistan, which were won by an eastern party, or to allow separation between East and West Pakistan. Bengali politicians and army officers announced the declaration of Bangladesh independence in response to Operation Searchlight. Bengali military, paramilitary and civilians formed the Must Banish which engaged in guerrilla warfare against Pakistani forces.
The Pakistan Army, in collusion with elisions extremist militias (the Razors, AH-Bad and AH-shams), engaged in the systematic genocide and atrocities of Bengali civilians, particularly nationalists, intellectuals, youth and religious minorities. Bangladesh government-in-exile was set up in the city of Calcutta in the Indian State of West Bengal. India entered the war on 3 December 1971, after Pakistan launched pre-emotive air strikes on northern India. Overwhelmed by two war fronts, Pakistani defenses soon collapsed. On 16 December, the Allied Forces of Bangladesh and India defeated Pakistan in the east.