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Atmaghati Nirad Choudhuri (আত্মঘাতী নীরদ চৌধুরী) : Suicidal Nirad C. Choudhuri: Suicidal Nirad C. Choudhuri

By: Dr. Dr. Radha Nag; Radha Nag

...-volume ‘Atmaghati Rabindranath’. In more than a decade since the publication of the first volume of this trilogy on the dire self-destruction of the Bengali people and their greatest poet Rabindranath Tagore, no Bengali has raised his voice against this charge - perhaps because it was framed by a Bengali who penned them in a respectable university town in England, clad in...

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Kingshuk: New War for Integrity & Sovereignty

By: Rukunuddin Ahmed

...sian regional democracy & current language players. This ges- ture by the people has gone away by activate the India's and Pakistan's concerns. So f... ...est Pakistan. The movement con- flicted on the basis of BANGLA language. Bengali military, pa- ramilitary, and civilians formed the Mukti Bahini (B... ...by Muhajirs and in the East by Biharis, although Genealogically Bengali belongs to the group of Eastern Indo-Aryan Languages,- here marked ... ... culture. The majority groups in West Pakistan spoke Punjabi, while the Bengali language was spo- ken by the vast majority of East Pakistanis. The... ...n to con- sider the National Assembly Meeting on 25 March: he urged "his people" to turn every house into a fort of resistance. He closed his sp... ... hand and the armed forces of Pakistan on the other, are go- ing on. The Bengalis are fight- ing the enemy with great courage for an independent B... ... our fight for freedom. Joy Bangla. Sheikh Mujib also called upon the people to resist the occu- pation forces through a radio message. Mujib wa... ...ion reached some stu- dents in Chittagong. The mes- sage was translated to Bengali by Dr. Manjula Anwar. The students failed to secure per- mission ... ...an- gobondhu Sheikh Mujibur Rah- man, hereby declare that the independent People's Republic of Bangladesh has been estab- lished. At his direction, ...

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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

...rn Sahara 264 Western Samoa 265 Yemen Arab Republic (North Yemen) 266 Yemen, People's Democratic Republic of (South Yemen) 267 Yugoslavia 269 Zaire 27... ...of Germany (West Germany) GDR German Democratic Republic (East Germany) PDRY People's Democratic Republic of Yemen (South Yemen) UAE United Arab Emira... ...- prove permanent constitution Government leaders: NAJIB, General Secretary, People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan (since May 1986); Haji Mohammad ... ...1) Suffrage: universal from age 18 Political parties and leaders: the ruling People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan (PDPA) has two factions the Parc... ...onal Police Force operational battalions, Ministry for State Security (WAD), People's Militia Military manpower: males 15-49, about 3,483,000; 1,868,0... ...tionality: noun Bangladeshi(s); adjec- tive Bangladesh Ethnic divisions: 98% Bengali; 250,000 Biharis and fewer than one million tribals Religion: 83%...

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Aesthetics

By: Florentin Smaradanche

...cks! The notion of literature has become out of mode in this century and people laugh at it. I am ashamed to affirm that I create lyric and dramati... ...ed to affirm that I create lyric and dramatic texts. I dissimulate them. People don’t even read them, don’t listen to them. Anyway a paradoxist mo... ...e, comprised in that “Jeremiah’s lamentation, a great reproach to a whole people who let themselves to be driven imbecile”. The professor does not... ...a swears and runs”, “packs of waves come yelping”, “the worries/ with the people in mouth” etc. Autonomous nuclei can easily be detached from the b... ...m living outside me”, “They keep silent the stillness”, “My presence among people/ is absent”. The intellectual hyperbole stretches out a complicity ... ...dache function in the relations domain at the king court”) and “Chinese, Bengalis, Chemical, Physical, Martian, Astrological, Metagalactical, ... pr...

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Avoid Clashes (In Bengali)

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

...As much as we would prefer otherwise, life includes its measure of unpleasant and unfavorable circumstances. In dealing with difficult people, facing unhealthy relationships, in family relationships, or in the midst of marriage problems, clashes occur. We might even say that some of our relationships are the very definition of conflict! We ask ourselves, how...

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Adjust Everywhere (In Bengali)

By: Dada Bhagwan; Deepakbhai Desai, Editor

... an umbrella in the rain, or wearing a jacket in the cold) we generally don’t resist these required adjustments. However, when dealing with difficult people, facing unhealthy relationships, in family relationships, or in the midst of marriage problems, adjustments become increasingly difficult. Some of our relationships could even be said to be the very definition of confl...

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He Sat, In Defiance of Municipal Orders

By: Rudyard Kipling

...ead to one side, considering and interested. ‘Give me the bowl. I know the people of this city–all who are charitable. Give, and I will bring it back ... ...hild the old man handed him the bowl. [start here] ‘Rest, thou. I know the people.’ He trotted off to the open shop of a kunjri, a low caste vegetable... ..., too, I think that so old a man as thou, speaking the truth to chance met people at dusk, is in great need of a disciple.’ ‘But the River–the River o... ...r, and had come through without stop to Lahore, where, knowing his country people, he anticipated curious developments. And there was that on Mahbub A... ... bullocks above their chopped straw, and whose highest was the tinkle of a Bengali danc ing girl’s sitar. Most men had eaten and pulled deep at their... ... long coated the atrical natives who discussed metaphysics in English and Bengali, to Mr Lurgan’s great edification. He was always in terested in re... ...t, therefore, and desirable must be a business that brazens the heart of a Bengali!’ ‘T rue. But the days go slowly for me. I am yet a boy, and it is ... ...ed rites that accompany tooth cleaning and such things among decently bred Bengalis. Then he recited in En glish an Arya Somaj prayer of a theistical... ... ‘Who is the hakim, Maharanee?’ ‘A wanderer, as thou art, but a most sober Bengali from Dacca–a master of medicine. He relieved me of an oppres sion ...

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The World Set Free

By: H. G. Wells

...excluding the 5 H G Wells United States, Russia, and most of the ‘subject peoples’ of the world), meeting obscurely amidst a world-wide disre- gard t... ... it boil away, seeing the lids of vessels dance with its fury; millions of people at different times must have watched steam pitching rocks out of vol... ...e corn ships of imperial Rome, a petty inci- dent; and a huge migration of peoples between Europe and Western Asia and America was in Progress, and—no... ...n was unskilled, unstimulating, scholarly , and but little valued, and few people even then could have realised that Science was still but the flimsie... ...g discussion it was crowded right up to the ceiling at the back, and there people were standing, standing without any sense of fatigue, so fascinating... ...me the Dass-Tata engine—the invention of two among the brilliant galaxy of Bengali inventors the modernisation of Indian thought was producing at this... ...anger in spectacles and his cousin of Central Europe, and opposite a great Bengali leader and the President of the United States of America. Beyond th...

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The Research Magnificent

By: H. G. Wells

...lexingly just isn’t… . 2 2 2 2 2 Benham did not go about the world telling people of this con- suming research. He was not the prophet or preacher of ... ...ome a smash in a minute!’ Far ahead I saw the grey sheds of Eastchurch and people strolling about apparently unaware of our disaster. There was a sudd... ...nd assure him- self of his own comfort in the midst of his reading. Y oung people and unseasoned people, Benham argued, are apt to imagine that if fea... ...es with extreme readiness to resentment and rage. “Like most inexperienced people,” ran his notes, “I was astonished at the reported feats of men in w... ...ill of her. Her family were the Mantons of Blent, quite good west- country people. She had broken away from them before she was twenty to marry Benham... ... were Hindus, Christians and Mahometans respectively. He could compare the Bengali Mahometan not only with the Bengali Brahminist, but also with the M...

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The Man Who Would Beking

By: Rudyard Kipling

...re took some trouble to describe them as accurately as I could remember to people who would be interested in deporting them; and succeeded, so I was l... ...aily paper really ought to come out once in twenty-four hours, and all the people at the Hill-stations in the middle of their amuse- ments say, “Good ... ...he tele- graph was a blessing, and whether this dying man, or strug- gling people, might be aware of the inconvenience the delay was causing. There wa... ...untains and peaks and glaciers, and no Englishman has been through it. The people are utter brutes, and even if you reached them you couldn’t do anyth... ... with that caravan, me and Dravot playing all sorts of antics to amuse the people we were with. Dravot used to make us laugh in the evenings when all ... ...ut you and their own affairs. That’s what I want.’ “ ‘Do you remember that Bengali woman I kept at Mogul Serai when I was a plate-layer?’ says I. ‘A f...

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The Phantom Rickshaw and Other Ghost Stories

By: Rudyard Kipling

...of ten or twelve Regi- ments and Batteries, and some fifteen hundred other people of the non-official caste. In ten years his knowledge should be doub... ... the first plank of the Comber-mere Bridge I had thought over half a dozen people who might have commit- ted such a solecism, and had eventually decid... ...tch of wall opposite Peliti’s. It was broad daylight. The road was full of people; and yet here, look you, in defiance of every law of probability, in... ...itty has sent back your letters. You corre- sponded a good deal, you young people. Here’s a packet that looks like a ring, and a cheerful sort of a no... ...our, lives a gentleman who writes real stories about the real in- sides of people; and his name is Mr. Walter Besant. But he will insist upon treating... ...out you and their own affairs. That’s what I want.’ “‘Do you remember that Bengali woman I kept at Mogul Serai when I was a plate-layer?’ says I. ‘A f... ... my elbow, and turning round I recognized a casual acquain- tance, a young Bengali law student, called Grish Chunder, whose father had sent him to Eng... ... ground the faces of the poor. Grish Chunder was a young, fat, full-bodied Bengali dressed with scrupulous care in frock coat, tall hat, light trouser...

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God the Invisible King

By: H. G. Wells

...er, and falling mainly into one or other of two divergent groups; and that people slip carelessly from one to the other of these groups of ideas and s... ...atherhood and Sonship. But the trouble is that it seems impossible to most people to continue to regard the relations of the Father to the Son as bein... ...s thought and leave nothing but the essentials of the religious life. Many people, whom one would class as rather liberal Chris- tians of an Arian or ... ...hether we live forever or die tomorrow does not affect righteousness. Many people seem to find the prospect of a final personal death unendurable. Thi... ...denly it has been found in existence, and already in a state of diffusion. People have begun to hear of the new belief first here and then there. It i... ...as met. They have been people of very various origins; English, Americans, Bengalis, Russians, French, people brought up in a “Catholic atmosphere,” P...

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Plain Tales from the Hills

By: Rudyard Kipling

...ls.” Whether Christianity improved Lispeth, or whether the gods of her own people would have done as much for her under any circumstances, I do not kn... ... over bad ground to look upon. Lispeth had a Greek face—one of those faces people paint so often, and see so seldom. She was of a pale, ivory color an... ... not abandon it when she reached womanhood, as do some Hill girls. Her own people hated her because she had, they said, become a memsahib and washed h... ...e Chaplain’s wife: “He will come back and marry me. He has gone to his own people to tell them so.” And the Chaplain’ s wife soothed Lispeth and said:... ...f a superior clay, besides being promised in marriage to a girl of his own people. Lispeth said that all this was clearly impossible, because he had s... ...s a month out of office hours. He had the noise of the Bay of Bengal and a Bengali Babu for company; nothing more. He sent foolish letters, with cross...

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Soldiers Three: The Story of the Gadsbys, In Black and White

By: Rudyard Kipling

...ggage, you divil,” sez I, “or I’ll murther you!” ‘The lights av the thraps people comin’ from the Gaff was showin’ across the parade ground, an’, by t... ... that wicked ould woman, I’ll send a thrifle to Father Victor for the poor people he’s always beggin’ for.’ But me an’ Orth’ris, he bein’ Cockney an’ ... ...ounds a curious sort of message that to deliver on a dead still night. The people tumbled up in their dressing-gowns and pyjamas, and wouldn’t believe... ... time that Learoyd opins his mouth to sing is whin he is messin’ wid other people’s heads; for he’s a dhirty fighter is Jock. Recruities sometime cry,... ... Shout, boys, shout! for it makes you jolly and free. —The Ramrod Corps. PEOPLE WHO HAVE SEEN, say that one of the quaintest spec- tacles of human f... ... Dana is a Bhil name, and Da fits no native of India unless you except the Bengali De as the original spelling. Da is Lap or Finnish; and Dana Da was ... ... spelling. Da is Lap or Finnish; and Dana Da was neither Finn, Chin, Bhil, Bengali, Lap, Nair, Gond, Romaney, Magh, Bokhariot, Kurd, Armenian, Levanti...

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The Shadow Line a Confession

By: Joseph Conrad

...id not trouble him at all, but he had a great occult power amongst his own people. It was all one to us who owned the ship. He had to employ white men... ...naturally was too much trouble for him. He certainly seemed to hate having people in the house. On entering it I thought he must be feeling pleased. I... ...he was right. But I’ve never had much taste for investigation, for showing people up and all that no doubt ethically meritorious kind of work. And my ... ...n ten seconds or ten centuries for all my consciousness had to do with it. People might have been falling dead around me, houses crumbling, guns firin... ...ught to have been lost in astonishment. But I wasn’t. I was very much like people in fairy tales. Nothing ever astonishes them. When a fully ap- point... ...ll back I really thought that he would die there and then. I called to the Bengali dispenser, and hastened away from the room. Next day he upset me th...

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Under the Deodars

By: Rudyard Kipling

...ake is outside the regular course of Nature and Providence; since all good people know that a woman is the only infallible thing in this world, except... ...e his face now. Look!’ ‘Otis Yeere! Of all the improbable and impos- sible people! I don’t believe you.’ ‘Hsh! Wait till Mrs. Tarkass begins murdering... ...snakes sticking out, and, in the summer, green flies and green squash. The people would die of fear if you shook a dogwhip at ‘em. But they know you’r... ...et out of it?’ ‘How! In a hundred and fifty ways. If there weren’t so many people on the road I’d like to box your ears. Ask, my dear boy, ask! Look! ... ...se backs were never bowed in honest work; and poured ironical scorn on the Bengali. He and one of his brothers had seen Calcutta, and being at work th... ... He and one of his brothers had seen Calcutta, and being at work there had Bengali carpenters given to them as assistants. “Those carpenters!” said Bi... ...id Bishen Singh. “Black apes were more efficient workmates, and as for the Bengali babu-tchick!” The guttural click 119 Rudyard Kipling needed no int... ... the wood-carver. “He seems to have a most illiberal prejudice against the Bengali,” said the M.P. “Yes, it’s very sad that for ages outside Bengal th... ... man in the next prov- ince, and the Behari of the Northwest ridicules the Bengali. They are all at one on that point. I’m giving you merely the rough...

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