Sunday, November 20, 2016
2:52 PM Posted by Readul Haque
Children must pass through several stages in their lives to become adults. For most people, there are four or five such stages of growth where they learn certain things: infancy (birth to age 2), early childhood (3 to 8 years), later childhood (9 to 12 years) and adolescence (13 to 18 years). Persons 18 and over are considered adults in our society. Of course, there are some who will try to act older than their years. But, for the most part, most individuals have to go through these stages irrespective of their economic or social status.
World Health Organization (WHO) identifies adolescence as the period in human growth and development that occurs after childhood and before adulthood. This phase represents one of the critical transitions in one's life span and is characterized by fast paced growth and change which are second only to those at infancy. Biological processes drive many aspects of this growth and development with the onset of puberty marking the passage from childhood to adolescence. The biological determinants of adolescence are fairly universal; however, the duration and defining characteristics of this period may vary across time, cultures, and socio-economic situations. This period has seen many changes over the past century- puberty for example, comes earlier than before, people marry late, and their sexual attitudes and behaviors are different from their grandparents, or even parents. Among the factors responsible for the change are education, urbanization and spread of global communication. The time of adolescence is a period of preparation for adulthood during which one experiences several key developments. Besides physical and sexual maturation, these experiences include movement toward social and economic independence, development of identity, the acquisition of skills needed to carry out adult relationships and roles and the capacity for abstract reasoning. While adolescence is a time of tremendous growth and potential, it is also a time of considerable risks during which social contexts exert powerful influences.
Wednesday, October 05, 2016
12:02 PM Posted by Readul Haque
The history of Bengal is the history of a people who have repeatedly made their highways crimson with their blood. We shed blood in 1952; even though we were the victors in the elections of 19 dead on 7 June' not form a government then. In 1958 Ayub Khan declared Martial Law to enslave us for the When could years. In 1966 when we launched the six point movement our boys were shot dead on 7 June. When their highways the movement of 1969 Ayub Khan fell from power and Yahya Khan assumed the reins of the government' after he declared that he would give us a constitution and restore democracy; we listened to him then, A lot has happened since and elections have taken place, I've met President Yahya Khan. I've made a request to him not only on behalf of Bengal but also as the leader of the party which has the majority in Pakistan; I said to him: "You must hold the session of the National Assembly on 15 January". But he did not listen to me. He listened to Mr. Bhutto instead. At first he said that the meeting would take place in the first week of March. We said "Fine, we will be taking our seats in the Assembly then". I said we will carry out our discussions in the Assembly. I went so far as to say that if anyone came up with an offer that was just, even though we were in the majority we would agree to that offer.
Thursday, September 08, 2016
Drug addiction is almost a common picture in Bangladesh and the number of the addict is increasing by leaps and bounds. The black claw of drug has covered many areas of the country. So, drug addiction can be compared to a plague that finishes lives indiscriminately. An irresistible attraction for some no things may be said to be addiction and the materials which cause intoxication in man are called drug. Drug can he taken in two ways, through injection and by smoking. In fact, the impact of pseudo-culture has misled a section of our youth to find relief in the tranquilizing effect of drugs. It is notable that the youth want to get rid of the frustrations resulted especially from the unemployment. Abject poverty, lack of social security, lack of any particular aim—all these are other reasons for frustration among the addict. At first, a man generally takes drugs out of curiosity, then very soon he develops the dangerous habit of taking drugs, In this way, one addicted person creates another one irrespective of male and female. There are no advantages in drug addiction. It has an unmixed disadvantage. Various intricate diseases are the fatal result of drug addiction. It carries the addict to an unreal world of dream. The poisonous reaction of drug damages the brain, impairs the internal function of the body and ultimate In leads the addict to death. Drug addiction must be thwarted to build up a sound nation. Drug dealers must be penalized by enforcing the existing laws melted to addiction and drug users. The guardians must be aware of their children's future. Government should set up more rehab centers to give active service to a greater number of addicts. A countrywide campaign should be undertaken immediately against drug addiction. To get rid of the terrible menace of drug people of all spheres should come forward with the slogan or message, "No drug, no untimely death."
Wednesday, September 07, 2016
Mobile phone is one of the latest inventions of modern science. It, is a small cellular phone that can be easily carried with us. It has made our everyday life easy-going and tension free. We can now communicate easily with others through this. As the networks of different mobile operators have covered almost the whole country, we do not have any chance to get lost. Our friends and family members can easily find us even how far we are. Moreover, we can use internet through mobile phone and communicate with others very easily. Nowadays, it is also used as the alternative of computers because there are many kinds of apps in the latest mobile phones which are utilized to perform different types of work like sending and receiving e-mail, using social networks, writing and editing documents, capturing photos etc. Because of its great benefits, the number of mobile phone users is increasing day by day. But every positive thing has some negatives aspects as well Mobile phone is also not an exception to this. Teenagers often spoil their valuable time by talking to their friends for a long time. They are often found to talk to their friends for long two or three hours at night. Different mobile operators often offer some mid-night free or low cost calls. Students mostly take this advantage and thus kill their time. Besides, hijackers, robbers and different anti-social activists often commit crime by communicating among themselves through mobile phone. The billing rate of mobile phone is still very high in the country. Scientists are warning that excessive use of mobile phone can cause brain cancer, and hamper the mental growth of children. But despite these disadvantages, we use mobile phone as it has been a part and parcel in our daily life.
11:52 AM Posted by Readul Haque
Earthquake is a sudden and violent shaking of the outer layer of the earth it is very dungarees natural calamity as it has no precautionary signaling system. In most cases, some gases try to come out of the depth of the earth and cause art earthquake. The result of an earthquake is death and destruction. Bangladesh i is lying in an active earthquake zone. There are some geographical fault lines here. However most of our buildings have not been built by following the building code. If any major earthquake occurs in Bangladesh, there will be heavy loss of life and properties., most of the cities will be destroyed, So, in order to protect us from the danger of great earthquake in future, govt. as early as possible must destroy all the vulnerable buildings. We also must not build any new building, avoiding the code. Moreover, govt. must collect necessary earthquake rescuing equipment for our fire-brigades as early as possible, Above all, our people must be conscious of earthquake Different. mass media should perform a constructive role regarding it.
March 7 is one of the memorable days in our national history. The day is marked for the historic speech delivered by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman to thousands of people at Dhaka Race Course Maidan. There were many events that led us to March 7. In 1970, the Awami League, the largest political party of East Pakistan led by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, won landslide victory in the national elections. The party won 167 out of the 169 seats allotted to East Pakistan. It won a majority of the 313 seats in the National Assembly. This gave the Awami League the constitutional right to form a government. However, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, the Chairperson of the Pakistan People's Party, refused to see Bangabandhu as the-Prime Minister of Pakistan. Instead, he proposed the idea of having two Prime Ministers, one for each wing. In January 1971, President Yahya Khan promised that Sheikh Mujibur Rahman would be the next Prime Minister of Pakistan and that the newly elected MPs would convene in Dhaka on March 3, 1971. However, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto vehemently opposed to a Bengalee becoming the Prime Minister of Pakistan. Bhutto began a campaign of racially charged speeches across West Pakistan to invoke the fear of possible Bengalee domination. The national assembly was thus "postponed" on March 3. This led to a massive outcry across East Pakistan as thousands protested the postponement which they felt was the last nail in the coffin for a united Pakistan. The Awami League then called for a large public gathering at Dhaka's historic Race Course Maidan on March 7 to respond to the raging tension across the province.