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An Interesting TV Serial

Television is one of the wonders of modern science. It is the most up-to-date means of communication. Nowadays television has become much popular. We find the television in every house. It has become the media of recreation. There are many interesting TV serials on BTV. One of them is the ‘Adventure of Sindbad’. It is a very interesting TV serial. All the people both young and old find the same interest and pleasure in it. Leaving all work people to sit by the side of the TV when the serial starts. Children like the serial very much because in it there is a mingling of adventure, fairy tale, science, wit, humour, etc. Children, when watching this serial, forget everything in the world. As it is like a fairy tale, the children as well as old men like it very much. It gives us entertainment as well as instruction. It also refreshes our minds. The quality of the maximum program of BTV is not good. If the serial like ‘Sindbad’ is telecast the quality of BTV will improve and BTV will regain its lost audience.

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Bangladesh has television network named BTV. It broadcasts different kinds of interesting programmes. I watch different programmes on it. Most of them give me pleasure, entertainment and knowledge. However, my favourite TV Programme is “Mati O Manush”. The programme takes me close to the toil, to the lop of nature and makes dream of green fields, fresh air and self-sufficient life. It is an informal education programme where our youths are encouraged to be self-employed, self-reliant and self-developed by planting trees, farming, reaping up poultry, cattle, fish and even bees. It is a great inspiration to our unemployed manpower to direct their endeavour to the vast field of hope still unexplored. It is a worthy programme to bring man closer to the soil of his motherland. This programme creates a great appeal among the audiences and spectators who really feel interested to bring about a change in the poor economy of Bangladesh.

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An English Class

An English class is very important. Most of the students in our country are weak in English. So English is very important to them. Though a small number of students are present in other classes, English class is overcrowded. It is a good sign that the students are conscious of their weakness and try to improve their ability. Though the students attend English classes regularly why do they fail in this subject? As the English class is overcrowded the students cannot attentively listen to the teachers. So they cannot have a clear conception of the subject. An English class is also very interesting. When the teacher teaches an English story or novel the students are spellbound. An English class becomes more interesting according to the teaching method of the teacher. In our villages, an English class is much more important than any other class. The students are very eager to attend the English classes but they do not have enough opportunity. Adequate facilities should be provided in our educational institutions for English classes.

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Anger / Anger is Man’s Worst Enemy

Rationality and animality are the two inner qualities of all human beings. We can perceive these inner qualities according to a man’s action. Anger belongs to the animal qualities of a human being. Anger is the great enemy of a man of a woman. An angry man is a madman and like a madman, he can do anything. Being angry sometimes we perform many ruinous and nefarious deeds. But when we come to since we feel sorry for our deeds. When anger engulfs a man it engulfs the senses in him and enslaves him to perform any heinous deed. Anger sometimes breaks the deep relationship between one another. It makes our friends into our foe and turns the sweet relation to a bitter one. Thus we perceive that anger does great harm to us. A man who can control his anger can prevent himself from many ruinous deeds. Islam says, “The man who wins the fight is not the stronger but he who controls his anger when he is angry, is the stronger.” Anger is our great enemy. We should control it. Almost every religion tells about the bad effects of anger. So we should avoid anger and lead our lives in the way which is directed by our own religion.

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An Ideal House

A house is a bare necessity to live a decent and enjoyable life. Man is a social being. He cannot generally think of living in a jungle departing himself from the humankind. Without a house to live in, no man can be happy. Even great prophets, philosophers and poets felt the need of a good house. The Prophet, Hazrat Mohammad (sm) who passed many hours in a cave of Hera mountain had a house where he passed the rest of his time in the company of his wives and children. Rabindranath, the great poet, curiously felt the need of a house as is expressed in his poem ‘Asha’ and wanted his house to be situated by the side of an over-flowing river producing a sweet and melodious murmur. He wanted to have neither wealth nor honour but a house. An ideal house should have enough space. There should be a small garden in front of the house. The house should be surrounded by green trees. An ideal house is always neat and clean and has a calm and charming environment.

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An Ideal Political Leader

In my opinion, Sher-e-Bangla Abul Kasem Fazlul Huq is an ideal political leader. He is regarded as the father of the renaissance of the Muslims of Bengal. He was a born leader. He developed his leadership qualities from his boyhood. He was a great scholar. He could make the people spell-bound by dint of his knowledge and wisdom. He was a good speaker. when he delivered a lecture in public meetings, all people listened to him with rapt attention. He was an ardent upholder of democracy and a great parliamentarian. The contents of his arguments were invincible. He had a good sense of humour also. A. K. Fazlul Huq was a great patron of education. He was a beloved friend of people. The Bengal Tenancy Act was passed at his initiative. This law rescued poor peasants from the oppression f the Hindu Zemindars. The famous “Lahore Resolution” was drafted and moved by him. He was the first Muslim Mayor of the Kolkata Municipal Corporation. He was Education Minister and Chief Minister of the then Bengal. During Pakistan Period he was sometime Chief Minister and Governor of East Pakistan and Home Minister of Pakistan. But he always led a very simple life. He was very close to the common people. So common masses loved and respected him as their friend, philosopher, and guide. For these qualities and strong principle, he is an ideal leader undoubtedly. Those who are involved in politics should follow Sher-e-Bangla A. K. Fazlul Huq minutely to move in the sphere of political success.

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