Dhaka Essays

  • The Importance Of Migration To Canada

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    didn’t eat a lot of the food on the airplane because they didn’t really enjoy it (they just managed with butter and toast and coffee). After seven hours, they finally arrived at Pearson Airport and they were amazed by how beautiful the airport looked (Dhaka airport’s structure wasn’t as modernized as Pearson Airport’s structure). They booked a room at a nearby hotel and stayed there for a week. On the way to the hotel, my elder brother was looking out the window constantly at the highways and the large

  • Swot Analysis Of Joe Fresh

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    Joe Fresh Background Joe Fresh is a Canadian fashion brand and retail store managed and owned by Loblaw companies. Joe Fresh offers many different items, such as: adult wear for both men and women, children’s wear, shoes, purses, makeup and more. Joe Fresh was introduced to Canadian consumers in 2006 at forty different Atlantic Superstore and Real Canadian Superstore locations. Joe Fresh has only been open for 10 years in Canada and 4 years in the United States although it was just another Canadian

  • Imperialism In Frantz Fanon's The Shadow Lines

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    The term ‘decolonized’ is popular among activists of colour, yet is very loaded and hard to pin down. It has been used to free minds but it also has divided communities. The process of “decolonized’’ should not place colonization as the central point of our culture, nor should it romanticize our indigenous past .These trains of thought perpetuate the point of view of the dominant culture of today. Rather “decolonization’’ should be a process of changing a way we view the world. Frantz Fanon wrote-

  • The Blood Telegram Summary

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    war of 1971 and the formation of Bangladesh, viewed from an American perspective. The title is drawn from a dissent telegram that Archer Blood, the American consul general to Dhaka, (East Pakistan at that time), had sent to Washington. The strongly worded telegram expressed dissent by the consul general and his staff at the Dhaka consulate, for the US policy that was indifferent to the genocide being perpetrated by West Pakistan Army against East Pakistan citizens. Following the 1970 elections in Pakistan

  • Diarrhoea Case Study Essay

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    the out-patient department with minimum resources. Objective(s): Primary objective: To evaluate the socio-demographic and clinical characteristics of patients presenting with chronic diarrhoea in the out-patient setting (Ambulatory Care Unit) of Dhaka Hospital of icddr,b. Secondary objective: 1) To identify the predisposing factors of chronic diarrhea. 2) To identify the offending microorganism from stool of chronic diarrhea 3) To evaluate the factors associated with repeated health resource utilization

  • Essay On Water Pollution In Bangladesh

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    discharges (Islam Faisa, 2002). 2. Discharge of solid waste and sewage disposal. Nearly 4,000 to 4,500 tons of solid waste are being disposed into river system and low-lying areas. Due to lack of treatment, nearly 500 hospitals in the capital city of Dhaka dispose solid waste (M Shehab Ullah,

  • Summary Of Ask Me No Questions By Marina Budhos

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    family. The story is one of immigration and the fear of exportation. Mr. Hossain is the head of the family. He is referred to as Abba by his daughters Aisha and Nadira. Abba means ‘father’ in most Semitic languages. Abba has moved his family from Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, to America on tourist visas. From the minute the Hossain family arrives in America, they are under pressure of being discovered as illegal immigrants. They had no intent on leaving once they got to New York on their tourist

  • The Pros And Cons Of 20th Century Globalization

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    “Americanism, not globalism, will be our credo,” Donald Trump declared lately. America is not alone. “Brexit spreads across Europe” — such headlines also indicate that there are rising voices against globalization, especially in western developed countries. “Globalization refers to all those processes by which the people of the world are incorporated into a single world society, global society.” (Albrow, 1990) However, nowadays globalization appears the other way round. What has triggered the hostility

  • Essay On Conservatism

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    Winston Churchill beautifully explained the making and breaking of a liberal in just a few words: “If you are young, and not liberal, then you don’t have a heart. If you are old, and not conservative, then you don’t have a brain.” In other words Churchill correlated liberalism (and, conservatism) with intellect: the wiser you get, the less liberal you become. The outcry by a section of our country’s liberals (a.k.a. progressives a.k.a seculars), some more popularly known as the “civil society”, over

  • Ready Made Garment Case Study

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    one of agro base country. Till now it’s depends on agriculture. However in now there is another emerging sector in our country this is Ready Made Garments (RMG). It is the largest earner of foreign currency. Since 1970 readymade garment started in Dhaka at Kamalapur like small tailoring shop. The readymade garments sector has increase an exponential growth since 1980s.This sector made significance contribution to the GDP4. Around 4.2 million women worker are working in this sector whose are come from

  • Impact On 20th Century Globalization

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    “Americanism, not globalism, will be our credo,” Donald Trump declared lately. America is not alone. “Brexit spreads across Europe” — such headlines also indicate that there are rising voices against globalization, especially in western developed countries. “Globalization refers to all those processes by which the people of the world are incorporated into a single world society, global society.” (Albrow, 1990) However, nowadays globalization appears the other way round. What has triggered the hostility

  • Mosse's Theory Of Poverty In Bangladesh

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    During colonial times, Governments sent their men to other countries to take their resources. Today, Governments are held from doing that by law, but have corporations replaced their role? Today 's interconnected world has produced an environment where outsourcing work to more desperate people is the most efficient business model. While Governments can no longer convert small countries into factories, companies like Joe Fresh, Lululemon and Walmart are intent on filling those shoes. The development

  • Advantages Of Uniqlo

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    Competitive Advantage Customer Loyalty • Brand Image:  Uniqlo has built up brand awareness through advertising and marketing. Uniqlo eventually got its message “high quality, fashionable pieces in lots of colour at reasonable prices” across. • Positioning:  Uniqlo has positioned itself as the world’s only LifeWear Brand. LifeWear is comfortable everyday clothes for a better life as a result of its high quality, fashionable and affordable characteristics. (Refer to Figure 1) • Unique Merchandise:

  • Coast Line Research Paper

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    INTRODUCTION Coast line is one of the components, are recognized as unique features on the earth (Li et al., 2003). The coast line can be defined as the line of contact between land and a body of water (Alesheikh et al., 2004). Coastal line changes are mainly due to human factors and natural factors such as waves, tides, winds, periodic storms and sea-level change. Natural factors are a result of global warming. Many scientists consider global warming force climatic change as the most serious environmental

  • Aeromonas Hydrophila

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    107 – 108 cfu/ml, but 6-7 days with a dose of 105 – 106 cfu/ml (Triyaningsih et al., 2014). It is also known that A. hydrophila is frequently related to human diarrhea; as reported by Alberts et al. (1990), 12.2% of toddlers with acute diarrhea in Dhaka, Bangladesh, were positive to have A. hydrophila. Based on those facts, a quick monitoring system is needed to monitor the fluctuation of A. hydrophila concentration in fish cultivation ponds and also to make the quality control of drinking water source

  • Mother Teresa Hero

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    “Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier” (Mother Teresa, Brainy Quotes). Mother Teresa, known for her great achievements in work with the dying and the poor, was born on August 26, 1910, in Skopje, Macedonia. Not only did she help those dying or poor, she also took mission trips and donated to charities. In most of her life she grew up and lived in Skopje Macedonia, but travelled a lot to places like Ireland, India, and Italy. Although she wasn’t married

  • Moral Values

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    1. Introduction In 2013 the Garment factory Rana Plaza in Dhaka collapsed and thousands of workers lost their lives. Hence protests around the world arose about the bad working conditions and the low wages employees gain (Abrams & Sattar, 2017). Moreover, not only in developing countries like Bangladesh people have to work as captive employees. In the US the thirteenth Amendment even especially allows slavery as a punishment for a crime (Economist, 2017) and 61,000 US prisoners annually create

  • Make Love Not War Analysis

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    building collapsed. ] The photo series Children of the Black Dust: Child Labour in Bangladesh was created by the Bangladeshi photographer Shehzad Noorani. He mostly focuses on social problems in developing countries in his works. In the suburbs of Dhaka, there used to be hundreds of factories and workshops that recycled dry-cell batteries. The main working force there consisted of women and children who had to spend the whole day extracting reusable and metal parts from used battaries. Such environment

  • Fruit Flies Research Paper

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    Fruit flies are responsible for taking a heavy toll of various types of fruits and vegetables. The oriental fruit fly is a very important group of pests for many countries due to their potential to cause damage in fruits, vegetables and to their potential to restrict access to international markets for plant products that can host fruit flies. Flies in the genus Bactrocera are of particular concern in most part of Asia and Australia, where they constitute a significant threat to agricultural resources

  • Freedom Of Speech: The Importance Of Freedom Of Speech

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    time we have been seeing this right being blatantly misused by the participants in social media. Zakir Naik a spiritual talker recently said that "All Muslims should be a terrorist" this statement has led to the motivation for the terrorists in the Dhaka terror attack. If he keeps on preaching statements like this then the terror attacks may increase and due to these kind of statements given by him, he has been banned from entering the United Kingdom. If the terror attacks increase then a lot of place