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Amusement

The term amusement means something organized or built to make time pass pleasantly. It is something done for the pleasure of mind. In our practical life, we have sorrow, failure, and frustration. Amusement can make us forget them. There are different kinds of amusement. We can read the book of our favourite authors to amuse ourselves. Some people like to hear songs. To sit with friends and pass time in gossiping is a kind of amusement. Many people play various kinds of games or witness games like football, cricket, hockey etc. and find amusement. We can also go to the cinema hall and enjoy ourselves there. Nowadays there are television and computer games to amuse us. With the help of the dish antenna, we can enjoy the cinema, sports programs, show etc. sitting in our drawing-room. CD, VCP, and VCR also provide us with much amusement. But in selecting the means of amusement we must be careful to avoid the immoral and harmful ones.

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Autumn

The autumn is one of the six seasons of Bangladesh. It is a pleasant season in our country. This season comes to us as a relief from the scorching heat and torrential rain. This season covers the months of September and October when nature looks fresh and bright. In the autumn the duration of day and night is almost equal. It is the harvesting season in some countries of the world. But in Bangladesh, the autumn is a season of want and scarcity of food. The fields look green with standing crops on them. During the autumn the north-west wind blows. The morning is sometimes full of mists. Patches of white clouds are seen floating in the sky. The full moon shines brightly at night and bathes the whole nature in her soothing silvery light. Different kinds of flowers bloom and bees hum around them. The setting sun paints the western horizon in different colours and offers a charming sight. In fact, the sights and sounds of nature in the autumn are very charming.

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A Martyr of Liberation War

Abdul Malek, my younger uncle, was martyred in the Liberation War. He was a young boy of 15 years a student of Class VII. He was a common boy of a village without any political background. In April 1971, we witnessed the stream of homeless people going to India. Situated near the border-line of India, our village became a resting place of border crossing people. My uncle heard from them about the oppression of the Pakistani army and their collaborators, and so, he went to fight against the killers. He was killed in a face to face attack in Kolaroa in Satkhira. The enemy surrounded a group of freedom fighters. They fought for about a week. Then their drinking water was finished. All freedom fighters were very thirsty. So, my uncle just started firing to make a passage to go out for water but he was shot. However, they killed most of the enemies by a suicidal attack with a grenade. Freedom fighters successfully occupied their shelter at the cost of my uncle’s life. I am proud of my uncle.

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Admission into Universities of Bangladesh

To get oneself admitted to universities, the highest seats of education, in Bangladesh is a matter of great opportunity and at the same time a very competitive and hard job. Every year public and private universities enrol students in their universities. After completion of higher secondary certificate examination, thousands of bright students dream to take admission to universities, especially into public ones. The number of seats in the public universities in comparison with the applicants is very poor and most of the brighter students always prefer public universities to private ones, and hence the admission test to sort out the best-fitted students, the university authority sets a point of minimum marks or grade point average (GPA) as minimum qualification to apply for admission. Then the students are to go through an admission test. The marks or GPA obtained in SSC and HSC in counted with the admission test score all well. Then the authority shortlists the students based on their performance, and only high scorers against the seats are selected for enrolment. The students left out try to get themselves admitted to private universities which are very expensive. Those, who cannot afford the high expenditure, opt for government colleges offering graduation courses under the National University. They also need to appear at the admission test.

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AIDS

AIDS (also Aids) is the abbreviation for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome which is a serious disease caused by a virus called HIV. It destroys the body’s natural protection from infection and which usually causes death. A person can contract AIDS if his or her bodily fluids (Rx) come into contact with the bodily fluids of someone else who is infected with HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus). Infection with HIV does not necessarily mean that a person has AIDS, although people who are HIV-positive are mistakenly said to have AIDS. Some people who have HIV infection may not develop AIDS for ten years or more. Persons having multiple sexual relationships and users of drugs are at risk of developing this disease. As a preventive measure, a person should refrain from having sexual relations with many people. Persons having HIV in their blood should not donate blood and while pushing injection disposable syringe should be used. More than 50% of the persons who get AIDS will die. There is no specific treatment of this disease and prevention is the only way to remain free from this curse.

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The abbreviated wood ‘AIDS’ expressed ‘Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome’. AIDS is a deadly disease. Death is the only finishing of this disease. Scientists couldn’t invent medicine to cure it. AIDS is a contagious disease. So it passes from one person to another by touch. We always should avoid those who possess HIV virus in their blood. Normally an HIV virus can stay among the five hundred smallest units of a human being. But more than one HIV in the 500 smallest unit is called AIDS. The density of HIV is caused by the disease. AIDS is the constructed form of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. According to some American doctors, AIDS is the greatest gambling in medical science. They wanted to say that AIDS is not really a disease. And a person who possesses HIV he will live like the person who does not possess it. We should serve our life in a religious way to keep safe from AIDS.

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