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Bangladesh Gets Its Proper Name

After 190 years of British rule and two decades of rule of Pakistan, we got the independent sovereign state of Bangladesh on December 16, 1971. Acquired through thousands of movements, this territory has historically been known as 'Bulgakpur' or "city
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BAKSAL: The Ultimate Move Towards Fulfilling Public Aspirations

Bangladesh achieved its much-awaited independence on December 16, 1971, after a nine-month Liberation War under the leadership of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. But many obstacles paved the development of the just-liberated country. The new-born nation just freed from the vicious
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Bangabandhu's Thoughts on Bangla Language & Literature

The young Sheikh Mujibur Rahman played a historic role during the state language movement. He is the founder of language, culture and state-based Bengali nationalism in the modern world. However, as a writer, his skills are unmatched. The books 'Unfinished
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Bangabandhu's philosophy of education

The main theme of Bangabandhu's philosophy on education was to build ideal human resources for the social, political and economic development of the country. He believed that education was a fundamental human right and that there should be equal opportunities
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Women Empowerment Policy

From his personal life to the political career, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman always showed the utmost respect and dignity for women. He always considered the valuable opinions of Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib as she inspired Bangabandhu at every stage of his political life.
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Struggle for Economic Liberty

The historic 7th March speech of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman aims for freedom. This ‘freedom’ had various implications in its meaning. Besides autonomy and political freedom, it also meant to get social, cultural and economic freedom. And Bangabandhu’s economic goal
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Bangabandhu & Sports

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was a sports lover from his childhood. After the independence of the country, he took a timely plan for the development of the stadium. In 1972, he formed the Bangladesh Cricket Control Board, now known as
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Bangabandhu declares Independence, Pakistani junta panic-stricken

It was a wartime period across the world. People in different parts of the world were struggling for freedom. The Communist people were revolting on one side, on the other side separatist groups were fighting in different countries. But the
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How Bangabandhu prepared the nation for armed revolt throughout March

The seed Bangabandhu sow in historic six-point demand in 1966 got fulfilled with the 1970 general elections. Awami League gained a landslide majority bagging 167 seats out of 313 in the national cabinet of Pakistan. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman became the
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