War of Independence of Bangladesh
The War of Independence means the war that was organized for the demand of independence. Our War of Independence took place in 1971. The war started on 26 March and finished for the following nine months. The brave sons of our country joined the war to set free our loving motherland from the Pakistani rulers. Many innocent people were killed during this bloody war. Students, teachers, farmers, day labourers, doctors and people of all sectors joined the war. About 30 lacks of people were murdered during the wartime. At last with the help of our neighbouring country India, we became free from the enemy. Through a sea of blood at last Bangladesh became independent. On the 16th December the Pak army surrendered to the India-Bangladesh combined force. Thus the long nine months War of Independent came to an end. Bangladesh has achieved the honour of an Independence country.
Generally there are two types of family. One is extended family and the other is nuclear family. Now-a-days people cannot take care of their children properly in an extended family. As a result, extended families are breaking down and nuclear families are getting popularity day by day. I am a member of a nuclear family. Our family consists of five members. They are my grandmother, my parents, my elder sister and myself. I am the second son of my parents. My elder sister is a student of Rajshahi University. I am now in class xii. Both of my parents are service holders. My mother is a primary school teacher and my father is a banker. All the members of our family are co-operative. My grandmother is a very interesting woman. I spend some of my leisure time gossiping with her. As our family is a nuclear family, our house is always quiet and peaceful. My parents can easily maintain our family with their income. Though sometimes I feel lonely, I think I am lucky as a member of a nuclear family. Because my family always fulfill my demand.
Here is a composition on the Rural Development.
Rural development means the development of the villages. In the broader sense, rural development means the improvement of the economic condition of the people in the rural areas.
Rural development is the crying need of the country. There are about 68,000 villages in our country. About eighty percent people live in the rural areas. So, the development of the country is not possible without the development of the rural areas.
Bangladesh is an agricultural country. Agriculture is the backbone of our economy. So, we must improve out agriculture for the rural development.
For rural development, the roads and communication system must be improved. Then electricity should be supplied to the rural areas. To reduce the cost of production, the government should supply fertilizer at a low-price. Moreover the farmers should be given agricultural loan at low rate of interest.
Our farmers are engaged only in the production of food grains. But they must be engaged in other profitable income-generating activities. Cattle and poultry rearing, fish cultivation and cultivation of vegetables and fruits—all these are profitable business. The government and different NGOs can train the farmers on these activities.
The micro-credit programmes of the government and the NGO’s can reduce poverty to a great extent. Receiving micro-credit millions of landless poor people can be able to earn and come out of their abject poverty.
It is a matter of hope that the picture of the rural areas has changed a lot. It is no more a picture of poverty, hunger and diseases. The standard of living in the rural areas has improved considerably. In many villages, people are enjoying facilities of modern life. In fact the development of the country will be a far cry without rural development.