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Cox’s Bazar Beautification Project

One of the most popular attractions in Bangladesh is Cox's Bazar. Once a sleepy little fishing town, its industry has been boosted over the years with the influx of thousands of tourists. Everyone who travels to Bangladesh always ensures that they visit Cox’s Bazar, as it is the longest natural stretch of beach in the world, at a length of 120 kilometers. Although this breathtaking beach is considered to be part of the attractions in Bangladesh, beautification projects and developments have been introduced to grow Cox’s Bazar into a prime holiday destination.

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Fun in Beautiful Surroundings at Foy’s Lake

Chittagong is the second-largest city in Bangladesh as well as being the chief seaport of the country. It is located in southeastern Bangladesh on the banks of the Karnaphuli River which flows into the Bay of Bengal. Foy’s Lake is a large man-made lake on the outskirts of Chittagong, next to Batili Hill. Surrounded by scenic forests and hills, Foy’s Lake is a superb picnic and recreation area which attracts thousands of visitors, both local and international.

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“1971” – a Bangladeshi Liberation War Documentary

The Bangladesh Liberation War is a significant part of the history of the country, and lasted from the 26th of March 1971 until the 16th of December 1971. War broke out during this time between East and West Pakistan. West Pakistan became Pakistan by the end of the war, and East Pakistan is known today as Bangladesh. Finding a formidable ally in India, the East Pakistan forces were able to drive the West Pakistani armed military from their territory and gain their independence as Bangladesh. Unfortunately, independence came with a price and sacrifice, and a story of heroism and courage that every citizen of Bangladesh should know about.

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International Mother Language Day

The 21st of February is of special significance to the people of Bangladesh. Each year, on this date, the country commemorates International Mother Language Day in recognition of the preservation of Bangla as the official language of Bangladesh. At the request of the people of Bangladesh and after investigating the matter, UNESCO declared the 21st of February each year to be International Mother Language Day on a world-wide scale among United Nations member countries. What makes the 21st of February so special?

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BASIS Softexpo 2008

The national trade association of Bangladesh’s IT companies and software companies is the Bangladesh Association of Software and Information Services, also referred to as BASIS. To lure foreign investors, developers and service providers to the ICT market in Bangladesh, BASIS proudly hosts an expo each year. This expo serves to expose the market in Bangladesh to international influences and to promote the local companies and agencies abroad. Every year the expo generates more interest, and it is certain that the BASIS Softexpo 2008 will be a technology extravaganza.

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Nijhum Deep – A Gem in Bangladesh’s Crown

Every tourist is on the lookout for that one hidden treasure that they are able to capture on film to show off to friends and family at home. And to the south of Bangladesh is just such a treasure, Nijhum Deep. Conservationists and the tourism department of Bangladesh have been working tirelessly to promote this magnificent natural destination and to protect the breathtaking landscape and wildlife on Nijhum Deep. In recent years, more and more tourists have come to explore this tropical paradise and have walked away with cherished memories.

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Comilla – A City Filled with Surprises

The city of Comilla is located in the Chittagong Division of Bangladesh, in the Comilla District. A stone throw away from the Indian Border, this spectacular city has a legacy and history left behind by Mughal emperors, and the residents of Comilla are a multi ethnic blend, where it is a common sight to see people with either hazel or green eyes. It is city with a simple and uncomplicated lifestyle. The biggest industry in Comilla is the communications network which is responsible for the communications in the eastern regions of Bangladesh.

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Bangladesh’s Sparkling Star Mosque

In a city well known for its numerous mosques, the Star Mosque (Tara Masjid) stands out as a sparkling jewel in the Armanitola area in the older part of the city of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Although the mosque has no inscription relating to the date of construction, it is known that the mosque was erected by the son of a prominent landowner (zaminder), Mirza Golam Pir who died in 1860. Therefore, it is generally agreed that the beautiful Star Mosque, which at that time was known as Mosque of Mirza Shaheb, was built in the first half of the 19th century.

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