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Computer Exhibition

A computer exhibition or fair is held in a big hall building. A great many computers are shown to the people and the function and operation are explained to the viewers. In other fairs, all sorts of people are seen. But in a computer fair mainly the students are the visitors. The computer is the latest addition to the list of wonderful inventions of science. It has brought about a revolution in the field of information, communication and preservation and data processing. Generally, young learners are attracted to it. So it is no wonder that they also constitute the bulk of the spectators of a computer fair. It has been observed that recently held computer fairs have been jampacked with young visitors. The vision of the computer exhibition is to show this wonderful and sophisticated invention to the young generation who are going to be the pioneers in the field of information technology.

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Crime in Cities

Crime in cities is different from that is villages. In fact, crime is a social problem. It is seen in all countries and in all societies. In the villages population is thin and the people are simple and poor. The town is thickly populated and rich and educated people live here. So the crimes committed here are not the same. As for example, mugging and trafficking in drug, children and women are frequent in cities while they are rare in the villages. The criminals who commit theft and dacoity in cities are highly skilful and their modus operandi is highly technical. They use sophisticated weapons and means of transport. They enter the house by bluffing the householder. Money lures the people to do crimes. So the number of crimes is bigger in the cities. It is a wonder that in spite of so many police forces crimes are rife in cities. The criminals here are so clever and prompt that they can commit the crime under the very nose of the police.

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Cultural Intrusion

The term cultural intrusion has come into the limelight with the introduction of electronic media. Different peoples of the world have different cultures and each of them wishes to live with it. They love to preserve and develop their own cultures, and they have the right to do so. But when one culture dominates another culture, it is called a cultural intrusion. Human history is replete with such cultural intrusion. Generally, a superior culture dominated the inferior one when they came into contact with each other. Now this intrusion is being done very easily by the electronic media. The electronic media is now spreading songs, music and picture all over the world through satellite and anybody can pick them up by dish antenna. The result is that the people of one country, especially the young section, are greatly influenced by such programmes. They sometimes discard their own culture. This is the worst effect of the intrusion. If this intrusion continues many cultures would be lost. This is not desirable. Let the different flowers bloom. No flower should be allowed to fade away.

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Cricket

Cricket is an outdoor game. It is an interesting game. It is not a game in our country. It is the national game of the British. A cricket match is played between two teams. Each team consists of eleven players. A cricket field must be spacious. It must have a turf. Two wooden bats, a ball and two sets of stamps are also required. Generally, the duration of a cricket match of 100 overs with a tea break. Two umpires conduct the game. Sometimes, the third umpire is required to solve acute confusing. Each over consists of six balls. Before the beginning of the game, a toss is occurred to select ‘fielding group’ and ‘batting group’. The batsman tries to make a good score by saving himself. The batsman may be out in many ways such as ‘bowled out’, ‘run out’, ‘stumped out’, ‘caught out’ etc. Availing the opportunity the batsman hits the ball away at a good distance and runs to the opposite wicket. The batsman of the other wicket runs to his place. Thus one run is scored. If the ball crosses the boundary line, four runs are made. If the ball flies over the boundary, six runs are scored. If any batsman is out, next batsman comes to his place. After an interval, the ‘fielding group’ comes to bat and the batting party goes to field. Both teams try heart and soul to out all batsmen of the opposite team. The team which can score more runs wins the game. A cricket match teaches us patience, steadiness, co-operation, obedience, promptness and lesson of team-work.

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Cyclone

The cyclone is a violent tropical storm in which strong winds move in a circle with low pressure at the centre. It occurs in our country several times in the latter part of the year. And all of them originate in the Bay of Bengal and move towards Bangladesh and India. The cyclone is always accompanied by heavy rainfall and tidal bore. Sometimes the bore is so high and violent that it inundates the coastal districts of our country. The cyclone blows away houses and trees and the bore wash away everything killing thousands of people and cattle. The cyclone of 1970 killed more than 5 lakh people and the cyclone killed about two lakh people in 1991. Though the cyclone causes immense losses to the lives and properties in the coastal areas, it becomes weaker when it moves further to the north. The Sundarbans slow down the speed of the cyclone and protect greater Khulna and Jessore from its fury.

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