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Bangladesh Army – history rank commission peace keeping mission

The Bangladesh Army or Shena Bahini is the land troops of the Military of Bangladesh. Army was formed on April 15, 1971 following the oath of the Bangladesh Government at Meherpur of Kushtia during Independence War of Bangladesh. In the beginning Bangladesh Army consisting of Bengali soldiers and Officer who left from the Pakistan Army.

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Bengali Calendar

The Bengali calendar (Bangla Shôn) or Bangla calendar is a traditional solar calendar used in Bangladesh. The year begins on Pôhela Baishakh, which falls on 14 April. Bengali calendar is used in and India's eastern states of West Bengal, Assam and Tripura The Bengali year is always 593 less than the year in the Gregorian

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About Bangladesh Navy

The Bangladesh Navy originally under Bangladesh Forces was created during the Bangladesh War of Independence in 1971 against Pakistan. Its official creation was established in July 1971 during the historic Bangladesh Sector Commanders Conference 1971. In 1971, with West Pakistan imposing a military rule in East Pakistan, the Bangladesh War of Independence also known as

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About Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB)

Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) is a paramilitary force in Bangladesh. Mainly associated with guarding the borders of the country, this force is known by the Bangladeshi as "The Vigilant Sentinels of Our National Frontier". The British had first organized the Ramgarh Local Battalion in 1795 by recruiting the native population. The battalion was succeeded by

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About Bangladesh Air Force

The Bangladesh Air Force (Bangladesh Biman Bahini in Bangla), is the tactical and strategic air branch of the Bangladesh Armed Forces. It also provides air support for ground troops. Bangladesh Air Force consists of more than 22,000 personnel including 3,200 officers of whom around 500 are General Duty Pilots. Bangladesh Air Force was officially formed

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Transit Bangladesh and India

No country in the world may be self sufficient in her communication. In that context one counter may be dependent on others for her own sake and considering that need of communication two or more countries get mutually involved in an agreement or contract by which they may be allowed to use each others land

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Judicial system of Bangladesh

Legal and judicial system of Bangladesh owes its origin mainly to two hundred years British rule in the Indian Sub-Continent although some elements of it are remnants of Pre-British period tracing back to Hindu and Muslim administration. It passed through various stages and has been gradually developed as a continuous historical process. The process of

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Climate of Bangladesh

Bangladesh has a tropical monsoon type climate with a hot & rainy summer and a dry winter. January is the coolest month with temperatures averaging near 26 deg C (78 d F) and April the warmest with temperatures from 33 to 36 deg C (91 to 96 deg F).  Most places of Bangladesh receive more

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Rapid Action Battalion – RAB

RAPID ACTION BATTALION FORCES was formally emerged on 26 March 2004. This force started its operational journey from 14 April 2004. The capabilities of RAB forces are: 1. Internal security duties. 2. Recovery of unauthorized arms, ammunitions, explosives and such other articles. 3. Apprehension of armed gangs of criminals. 4. Assisting other law enforcing agencies

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Green future for Bangladesh through solar power generation

by Dr Masud Hasan Chowdhury In the face of tremendous social, economic and political pressure to solve power crisis in Bangladesh it has become critically important to look for energy solutions beyond the conventional sources like domestic natural gas, coals, hydroelectricity and imported fuels. The rapid depletion of natural oil and gas reserves due to

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