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  • Sinthee, Aleya Farah (BRAC University, 2014-12)
    From a bird's eye view of the present crime scenario of Bangladesh, one wouldn’t require a keen pair of eyes to call it pathetic in one word. The mechanism and dynamics of crime are spreading briskly like wildfire. Various ...
  • Sabir, Tausif (BRAC University, 2016-08)
    For the longest time our fair country had been plagued by crime and lawlessness. Local law enforcement agencies ware at their wits end trying to contain the situation. Continuous failures and acts of corruption had made ...
  • Raham, Chowdhury Tasneem (BRAC University, 2012-04)
    Human civilization from an early age has been influenced by different philosophical developments whether that is through its literal, cultural, social or architectural aspects. Art and literature which is a media for ...
  • Hasan, Sumaya (BRAC University, 2014-08)
    Human civilization from an early age has been influenced by different philosophical developments whether that is through its literal, cultural, social or architectural aspects. Art and literature which is a media for such ...
  • Akhter, Wafa (BRAC University, 2014-08)
    We grow up learning about animals. When we were young the sight of an elephant or monkey excited us and amused us. Then as we grow older life tends to be busy and slowly through the process we start forgetting about the ...
  • Abadin, Joynal (BRAC University, 2016)
    Andarkilla (inner fort) shahi mosque was a Mughal era mosque set up by umed khan (son of Shaesta khan). It remains as a victory monument against moghs and Portuguese pirates. It stands in the center of Chittagong city ...
  • Mahmud, Abir (BRAC University, 2014)
    Garments sector is the life blood of Bangladesh as the agricultural land has there been turned to a country of garments industries. Employment in the Ready-made garment sector in Bangladesh provides workers with economic ...
  • Samira, Shawly (BRAC University, 2012)
    Globally Bangladesh is recognized as one of the most vulnerable countries to natural calamities. Along with cyclones and floods; two most discussed and disastrous hazards of the country, landslides have caused the death ...
  • Taan, Pauroma (BRAC University, 2018)
    Gulistan is an overcrowded street of Dhaka city in Bangladesh. It means 'Flower Garden', but there are no flower gardens at this place. Several important streets are connected to Gulistan which makes it busy and crowded. ...
  • Afrin, Tahsin Jawed (BRAC University, 2018)
    Housing in Dhaka, in the most crowded urban communities in the world has turned out to be more a need than desire. Due to economic reasons, Dhaka is as of now with shortage of grounds for giving home to its tenants. Thus, ...
  • Bari, Mohammad Ridwanul (BRAC Univeristy, 2017)
    Bangladesh has seen its socio-economic and cultural life determined by its deltaic landscape created by the major rivers and their innumerable tributaries. It has also influenced its arts and crafts throughout time. Folk ...
  • Mymuna, Sk. Suraiya (BRAC University, 2012-04)
    Old dhaka is a place enriched with culture, tradition, history and a wonderful example of social bonding. But as times passes we all are losing this essence of old dhaka because of lack of space and facilities. As through ...
  • Enam, Saira (BRAC University, 2015)
    Bangladesh is a multi-hazardous and disaster prone country due to its geographic location and socio-economic condition of the people. Every year natural disasters disrupt the lives of people in some parts of the country. ...
  • Mallick, Fuad Hassan; Cash, Richard A; Halder, Shantana R; Husain, Mushtuq; Islam, Md Sirajul; May, Maria A; Rahman, Mahmudur; Rahman, M Aminur (© 2013 Published by Elsevier Inc., 2013-11)
    Bangladesh, with a population of 151 million people, is a country that is particularly prone to natural disasters: 26% of the population are affected by cyclones and 70% live in flood-prone regions. Mortality and morbidity ...
  • Rahman, Mohammad Aminur; Mallick, Fuad Hassan; Cash, Richard A; Halder, Shantana R; Husain, Mushtuq; Islam, Md Sirajul; May, Maria A; Rahman, Mahmudur (© 2013 Published by Elsevier Inc., 2013-11)
    Bangladesh, with a population of 151 million people, is a country that is particularly prone to natural disasters: 26% of the population are affected by cyclones and 70% live in flood-prone regions. Mortality and morbidity ...
  • Md. Moniruzzaman (BRAC University, 2015-09-07)
    To reduce the fire hazard in RMG we should look into the issue in a holistic approach both from planning and design point of view. Because a well designed factory will not be able to ensure the ultimate fire safety in RMG ...
  • Hakim, Selina (BRAC University, 2012)
    The present study tries to identify the livelihood practices of the char dwellers. It also focus to assess their economic condition in relation to livelihood practices. Local people’s participation in the research process ...
  • Ash-Shafi, Faisal (BRAC University, 2016)
    The rising issue of homeless children on the streets & children affected by extreme poverty has outstretched to such levels that measures like sheltering & training them has long been implemented in many places of our ...
  • Shahriar, A.S.M (BRAC University, 2016-04)
    APON asokti punorbation kendro was founded October 1st, 1994 by Brother Ronald Drahozal, CSC (conspicuous service cross ). APON was established his rehabilitation center at Manikganj where it was named as Apon Ga. A ...
  • Nasrin, Rubaiya (BRAC University, 2013)

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