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ভালোবাসা শব্দটা মানুষের জীবনের সাথে যত মধুর ভাবে মিশে গেছে তা মনে হয় আর কোনো কিছই পারেনি.আবারও ভালবাসা দিবস চলে এসেছে কিন্তু ভালবাসার মোলায়েম আচর কি সবার জীবনে এসেছে.পৃথিবীর অনেক শব্দই তার জনপ্রিয়তা হারিয়েছে কিন্তু ভালবাসা শব্দটা পৃথিবীর শুরু থেকে শেষ পর্যন্ত যেন একইভাবে টিকে থাকবে.
ভালবাসা জিনিসটা আমার জীবনেও এসেছে অনেক বিচিত্র ভাবে, কিন্তু আমার এবারের ভালবাসার অনুভুতিটা একটু অন্যরকম আমি আমার জীবনে সত্যি যেন ভালবাসা কে অনুভব করছি, ভালবাসা দিয়ে আমার জীবন পরিপূর্ণ মনে করছি. দুরে থেকেও ভালবাসা যেন সব সময়ে আমার পাশে আছে. আমার এই ভালবাসার অনুভুতিটা আজ যেন প্রতিটি যুগল অনুভব করছে. সবার ভালবাসার দিনটা হোক ভালবাসার মতই সুন্দর. ওহ যারা এখন নিজের ভালবাসার মানুষকে খুঁজে পাননি তাদের জন্য বলছি. ভালবাসা নই শুধু যুগলদের, ভালবাসা তো সবার তাই সবাই কেই তার মাঝে ভালবাসা খুঁজে নিতে হবে. ত়া ছাড়া ভালবাসার নানা আয়োজনতো রয়েছেই
ফেব্র”য়ারি 14 শুধু যুগলরাই নয়, বিশ্ব ভালবাসা দিবসের আনন্দে সামিল হতে পারে সঙ্গীহীন তরুণ তরুণীরাও।হতাশা ও যন্ত্রণায় ডুবে না থেকে নিঃসঙ্গ মানুষরাও দিনটি উদযাপন করতে পারেন।
ভ্যালেন্টাইন’স ডে তে একা একা দিন না কাটিয়ে বন্ধুবিহীনরা যেন কোনো রেস্তোরাঁয় জড়ো হয়ে উৎসবে যোগ দিতে পারেন। কিংবা নিজের বাড়িতেও দিতে পারেন আন-ভ্যালেন্টাইন’স পার্টি।
নিঃসঙ্গদের উদ্দেশ্য করে বলছি ,”মজা করুন, কিংবা ধরে নেন যে মজাই করছেন। মানুষকে সঙ্গে নিয়ে হলেও একাকীত্বটুকুও উদযাপন করুন।”
তবে এটা শুধু কপোত কপোতি কিংবা দম্পতিদের জন্য নয়।মা বাবা ভাই বোন থেকে শুরু করে সবারই তো এই দিন.
আমার এই লেখাটা আজ সকল ভালবাসার মানুষদের জন্য যারা ভালবাসতে পছন্দ করে আর যারা ভালবাসা পেতে পছন্দ করে. ভালবাসার জয় হোক , ভালবাসা থাকুক সবার মাঝে.

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Now I’m MBA :)

Finally, My Internship Thesis paper has been accepted 🙂 which at last bring me at the end of almost three years long Journey. When I joined to DU Business school in marketing department,  I didn’t have clear idea about why I’m here. Even I was confused that which one I will choose as my major concentration.  I was inspired by some of my friends those were admitted to MBA program in different business schools. But when the time progressed, I had the idea why I’m here.

The time I passed here that really exciting. I find lots of good friends and well wishers from different professional backgrounds some of them with very high profiles. In their close touch, I came to learn many things and ideas that I couldn’t even think of before.

I have many mixed unforgettable memories at this DU campus. I will definitely miss that campus. I can never forget those exciting moments that I spent here with my friends. I can’t forget that Addabazi, Random roaming through the campus.

The following things that I will definitely miss:

  • Addabazi in TSC (one of my favorite place in DU)
  • Egg mam lets and Sweets from Madhu da’s  Canteen.
  • Delicious Food of Nirob (Vorta vagi and brain fry)
  • Biriyani from Haji Nanna (This is the best biriyani in Dhaka in my choice)
  • Roaming with Rickshaw in Fuller Road. (nice place for roaming in evening time)
  • Top roof of fine arts Buildings.
  • Bot Tola in front of Arts buildings.
  • Some of our funny and interesting professors.
  • Cha mama der lal cha r Ice cream mamar Ice cream.

Things that need to forget:

  • Lift of business faculty (You never know whether you can reach the destination)
  • Canteen of Business faculty (You will feel more panic and pain rather than taste)
  • Computers in Lab/class room (Anti-virus vendors can easily update their database from here, all categories are available here)
  • Our Study room (Magnitude 5 earthquake is enough to destroy this)
  • Of course some irritating professors of Marketing Department (Name can’t be mention)

In this long journey, I have lots of memories and experiences that really never be old. Its helps me to think in a new way. But the reality is, all things must have an ending. that is the ending. I had some bad memories also but I don’t want to  share those in this happy moment.

I’m really thankful to all my friends and faculty members for their co-operation. Without their co-operation I couldn’t achieve this goal.

Good bye DU Campus but I will miss you always.

Eid-ul-Fitr in Dhaka

May the Eid bring you every joy and may the coming days be filled with lasting Happiness.

Eid Mubarak

I’m celebrating EID-UL-FITR as usual in Dhaka with my friends and family. The scenarios of Dhaka has been changed suddenly. No Traffic Jam, NO hassles. Its become a quiet City. I wish if it will remain same always.  Every year I enjoyed to roam in the Dhaka city by Rickshow, hope this year there will not be any alternative.

EarthQuake in Dhaka

Earth Quake Update:

Magnitude 6.8
Date-Time
Location 27.730°N, 88.082°E
Depth 20.7 km (12.9 miles)
Region SIKKIM, INDIA

An earthquake shook parts at MYANMAR-INDIA BORDER REGION on 04 February, 2011 at 13: 56 GMT, Its magnitude was 6.4.

Another mild earthquake shook parts of the country at about 1pm on 11 September, 2010, on the back of at least two tremors overnight.

The quake could be felt at Dinajpur, Kurigram, Sherpur and Jamalpur districts of the country– the third in 24 hours to have hit the country.

The details were sketchy but there have been no reports of casualties.

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Two moderate earthquakes, the second measuring 4.8 on the Richter scale, jolted Dhaka and parts of Bangladesh in the space of half an hour on 10th September, 2010..

According to the US Geological Survey, the epicentre of the earthquake was between Dhaka and Comilla (45 km south east of Dhaka and 50km west of Comilla).
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A 5.4 magnitude earthquake rocked Bangladesh’s south -east zone on 13th March, 2010. the epicentre of the earthquake was in MYANMAR.

A 5.2 magnitude earthquake rocked Bangladesh’s northwest and Bhutan Thursday, 29th Oct, 2009.
According to the US Geological Survey, the epicentre of the earthquake was 161 km east of Bhutan’s capital Thimphu and 129 km northwest of Assam’s main city of Guwahati.

The earthquake occurred at 10.45 p.m. and lasted for about 10 to 15 seconds, swaying apartments and other high rise buildings.

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It is now reality that Dhaka city is red alert city about earthquake (Tremor). This is a city of about 20 million people. Lets imagine How devastating it will be if an earthquake occurred here in a Richter magnitude scale between 6 to 8.
How horrible that might be? thousands of innocent lives may affected.

As Bangladesh is located in a tectonically active much of the country including Chittagong, Sylhet, Dhaka, Rangpur, Bogra, Mymenshing, Comilla, Rajshahi are very much vulnerable to major earthquake disaster. Although, some awareness is raised among a limited groups, due to some recent earthquakes in the region, practically the country is far behind the minimum preparedness level to face such a disaster in any of our cities.

The probable scenario for an earthquake to a scale of M 6.5 or above in Dhaka city could cause:

1. Panic among the city dwellers and no knowledge of what is to be done during and immediately after the eq. occurrence.
2. Possible sinking of many of the buildings on filled earth with shallow foundations due to the liquefaction effect.
3. If the eq. occurs during monsoon time possible damage of the Dhaka flood protection embankment due to liquefaction effect causing sudden submergence of a large area.
4. Large scale damage and some collapse of poorly constructed and/or old buildings.
5. Possible outbreak of fire in most of the buildings from the gas lines (the residential ovens are mostly in burning condition from morning to mid-night)
6. Possible damage of power installations and power cut off for indefinite period.
7. Water supply failure as almost all the deep tube wells are run by power, and possible water line damage
8. Damage of roads and blockage of traffic due to falling of debris from collapsed buildings and other installations on or near roads.
9. Some of the hospital buildings may collapse killing a large number of inmates and stopping medical facilities for the disaster victims.
10. Some of the school building may collapse killing and injuring a large number of students
11. An after shock may cause further collapse of many of the already damaged buildings.
12. A few rescue equipment, whatever are available, can not be operated due to the lack of guidance, availability of operators, some will be non-functional, some will be under the rubbles, some can not find access to rescue spots due to road blockage, etc.
13. Limited access from outside as most or the highways/bridges, airport will not be functional.

How can we survive from that risks? Do our country is fully prepared to face that situation if occur?

Swine Flu in Bangladesh

Bangladesh may raise its H1N1 alert to level 3, signalling an epidemic, in light of recent jumps in the number of detected swine flu cases.

The government’s tally has risen to 194 with 31 new cases confirmed on aug 29, 2009, the highest single day jump since the health ministry announced the first confirmed case of swine flu in Bangladesh. This is really a horrible news for us because we are a country of 150 millions and have very poor health facilities.

Can Bangladesh handle this tough situation where  more than 1,799 people in at least 168 countries were reported to death, including at least 522 in the United States.

Symptoms of swine flu :

Fever, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headache, chills and fatigue.

Flu viruses are spread mainly from person to person through coughing or sneezing by people with influenza. Sometimes people may become infected by touching something – such as a surface or object – with flu viruses on it and then touching their mouth or nose.

There is no vaccine available right now to protect against novel H1N1 virus. However, a novel H1N1 vaccine is currently in production and may be ready for the public in the fall.

Steps should be taken to protect your health:

* Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Throw the tissue in the trash after you use it.
* Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after you cough or sneeze. Alcohol-based hand cleaners are also effective.
* Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. Germs spread this way.
* Try to avoid close contact with sick people.
* If you are sick with flu-like illness, stay home for at least 24 hours after your fever is gone except to get medical care or for other necessities. (Your fever should be gone without the use of a fever-reducing medicine.) Keep away from others as much as possible to keep from making others sick.
* Avoid crowds.
* Be prepared in case you get sick and need to stay home for a week or so; a supply of over-the-counter medicines, alcohol-based hand rubs, tissues and other related items might could be useful and help avoid the need to make trips out in public while you are sick and contagious

What about using a mask? What does WHO recommend?

If you are not sick you do not have to wear a mask.
If you are caring for a sick person, you can wear a mask when you are in close contact with the ill person and dispose of it immediately after contact, and cleanse your hands thoroughly afterwards.
If you are sick and must travel or be around others, cover your mouth and nose.
Using a mask correctly in all situations is essential. Incorrect use actually increases the chance of spreading infection.

How do I know if I have influenza A(H1N1)?

You will not be able to tell the difference between seasonal flu and influenza A(H1N1) without medical help. Typical symptoms to watch for are similar to seasonal viruses and include fever, cough, headache, body aches, sore throat and runny nose. Only your medical practitioner and local health authority can confirm a case of influenza A(H1N1).

President Obama extends his best wishes to Muslims around the world during Ramadan.