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Importance of Nursing

Man has three duties –duty to God, duty to parents and duty to mankind. A nurse is such a person who dedicates her whole life to the service of the people who are ill, injured and wounded. The field she renders her dedicated service is called nursing. The job of a nurse is very novel. It enables a person to serve the suffering humanity. The job of a nurse is very tiring. She is always busy. She looks after the patients, pushes them injection when necessary. A doctor only prescribes medicines but it is a nurse who helps the patients in taking medicines. A nurse is very vigilant. She renders her heartfelt service to mitigate the agonies and sufferings of the patients admitted to hospitals and clinics. She shares the sorrow and sufferings of the patients. The importance of a nurse beggars description. Hospitals and clinics cannot go even a single a day without a nurse.

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Life of a Poor Woman

Latifa is a poor woman who lives in a slum. She cannot sleep in peace. She has to get up early in the morning and start her day in search of polythene bags, scrap paper and other materials that can be sold. She has to think himself what she would eat. She cannot read or write. Latifa has no surety of his lunch. She eats if she can manage it. Sometimes She quarrels with others. Latifa has nothing to do in the evening. She ha no means for entertainment. Nobody makes a bed for Latifa, nobody bids her good night. She sleeps on beside the roads. Mosquitoes, flies, and cockroach disturb her all night. She always thinks how her next day would go.

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Load Shedding

Everybody in all areas provided with electrical energy is familiar with the term ‘Load Shedding’. It means discontinuation of the supply of electrical energy. Inadequate generation of power and its unplanned distribution are primarily responsible for load shedding. Load shedding is a great curse where people have got used to an electricity-oriented life. On account of load shedding the big cities and industrial areas suffer most. All on sudden streets are covered with darkness with a few lights of cars and buses flashing here and there. Kerosene lamp, permit, and candlestick only half-light big shops and marketplaces. Thieves and pickpockets freely prowl on the streets. The running productive machines come to a standstill in mills and factories. The suffering of the students due to a load shedding does not spare even the hospital. The plight of a patient undergoing an emergency operation when the lights suddenly go off can better be imagined than described. The research materials and medicines kept under controlled temperature and in refrigerators are damaged. The commodities preserved in cold storages get spoiled. The foodstuff and eatables put in our refrigerators for deferred consumption become rotten and unfit for use. In fact, words are inadequate to give proper vent to the discomfort and harm caused in our life by this unscrupulous practice of load shedding. All concerned must join their hands to liberate the people from the cures of load shedding at a very early date.

Same paragraph collected from another book

Keeping some areas detached from the current of electricity for a specific time due to the lack of electricity demanded is called ‘Load Shedding’. It may take place for two reasons. First is due to the certain technical problem created in the main power station, and secondly, it may be because of the less production of electricity than that of demand. Nowadays Load-Shedding takes place almost every day. It brings indescribable sufferings to the people. It also hampers the industrial productions. The whole city goes under darkness. In hospitals, patients face a lot of problems. Students are to suffer in a great scale before their examination. The sufferings of the citizens know no bounds for Load Shedding in the hot summer. Fans do not move and body sweats. In fact, load shedding is a great problem for us. The present condition of Load Shedding must be improved for the sake of comfort and development. The government should take necessary steps to stop load shedding as early as possible.

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Montreal city of Canada

Montreal is a big modern city. It’s a large city in the east of Canada. Here people speak French and English. It’s full of large offices, shops, factories, and many other buildings. There are many roads with a lot of traffic but it’s very dirty and noisy. They wait in the traffic for hours and hours when they travel in the city. Montreal also has an underground railway. It’s a railway but it goes under the ground. It’s called the ‘subway’ and it’s the faster way to travel inside the city. It’s easy to travel, but can’t travel outside the city on the subway. In the city have many apartment buildings for living. These apartments are quite small but comfortable. In Canada, summers are very hot and the winters are very cold. But they keep cool in the summer and warm in the winter in their apartment.

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My Country

or,
Our Country
Bangladesh is situated in South Asia on the shore of the Bay of Bengal with an area of 1,47,570 square kilometres. It is barbered by India on the east-west and north and by Myanmar on the south-east. Bangladesh got her independence in 1971. There prevails a moderate climate in this country. That’s why; it is not too hot nor too cold. The people here are engaged in various types of occupations. But their main occupation is agriculture. Most of her people especially the village people work in agricultural farming, poultry raising, fishing, pottery etc. The country is endowed with natural beauty and places of historical importance. She has a good number of attractive places. They are the Sundarbans, the Cox’s Bazar sea-beach, Kuakata sea-beach, Bagerhat Shatgombuj Mosque, Mohes Khali, Paharpur Buddist Vihar, Sonargaon, the Mongla Port etc. Of them, Sundarbans and Cox’s Bazar sea-beach is the most attractive to people of home and abroad. I feel very proud to live in a country like Bangladesh.

Same paragraph collected from another book

Bangladesh is the name of my homeland. It is a small country in South-East Asia. Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh. It achieved its independence in 1971 with a cost of nearly 3 millions of lives. It is small in size. The total land area of the country is 1,47,457 square kilometres, and its population is about 140 million. Bangladesh is a land of rivers. The Padma, the Meghna, the Jamuna and the Sitalakkha are the main mighty rivers of Bangladesh. Her land is very fertile. Rice, jute and tea grow plenty in Bangladesh. Various kinds of delicious and nutritious fruits and vegetables are also produced here. Chittagong and Mongla are the port cities of the country. Bangladesh is a land of natural beauty. She has a number of interesting places (tourist sports). They are the Sundarbans, the Cox’s Bazar, Bagerhat Shatgombuj Mosque, Kuakata, Moheshkhali, Rangamati, Paharpur Buddhist Vihara, Sonargaon, etc. The Sundarbans, the largest mangrove forest in the world is famous for the Royal Bengal Tiger, the spotted deer, the estuarine crocodile, etc. It is the 52nd World Heritage Site, lies in the southern part of Bangladesh. Cox’s Bazar, the longest seabeach in the world, is visited by thousands of tourists. Kuakata in Patuakhali is another attractive site. One can see the sun rising and setting there. It is really a beautiful country in the world.

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