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Parents and Children

Parents and children constitute a family. They are connected with one another by blood, love, and affection. The children cannot live through the days of infancy without the loving care of their parents. It is the parents who bring them up, nourish them, nurse them in sickness, take care of their health, give them proper education and help them to get settled in life. In fact, the parents are the best friends, philosophers, preceptors, and protectors of their children. Thus the children owe a great duty to the parents. It is a sacred duty of the children to obey the orders of the parents and abide by their instructions. Disobedience to parents is a sin. All regions emphasize obedience to parents as a bounder duty. The children should take proper care of their parents in their old age. Obedience to and looking after the parents bring success in the life of the children, raise then high in the estimation of the society and entitle them to go to heaven after death.

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Political Stability in Bangladesh

The condition of political stability in Bangladesh is not satisfactory. After the liberation of Bangladesh, unstable politics in continuing in Bangladesh. The military rule was imposed in Bangladesh for nine years. During that regime, the country was fully corrupted and the economic backbone of the country was destroyed and the government was treated as an autocratic government. The Bangladesh Nationalist Party and Awami League could not come into power at that time. The political unrest is a common phenomenon in Bangladesh which resulted from the selfishness of the political leaders, their greed of power, corruption, and lack of understanding with the opposition. In our country, no political party is free from falsehood and bluff. The government party misuses power. The opposition party is free from falsehood and hartal. When a party calls hartal, our economic system and industrial units suffer a great deal. It is a great loss for the nation. If we observe the developed countries then we will be able to understand that there is no alternative to political stability. So, the government, the opposition, and the general people should come forward to bring about political stability and then we can hope for a peaceful and prosperous country.

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Prospects of Foreign Investment in Bangladesh

Like most other developing and least developed countries, Bangladesh considers FDI as an important resource for development. In order to attract more and more FDI, the country undertook a massive liberalization of its investment programme. It can influence our trade, commerce and industrial sector for quick development. The opportunities for investment in Bangladesh can be gained in two aspects. One is the resource advantages like gas, agro-products, including fisheries and low-cost labour and the other is the development of power, telecommunication and transportation sectors. Bangladesh is not self-sufficient in the energy sector. There is already growing interested among international oil companies in contracts for exploration in this field. The gas sector has by now drawn large amounts of foreign investment. It has to be assumed that FDI is increasingly becoming a significant source for financing domestic investment in Bangladesh. But unlike in Sri Lanka and some other countries in the region, the FDI is focused on export-oriented activities in Bangladesh. The administrative system for FDI needs to be effective in dealing with foreign investors and their needs Economic conditions conducive to foreign investment are the key determinants but they rely more on political stability and recognized dissemination of facts.

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Price-Rise

Price-rise is a serious bane on the economy of Bangladesh. The vast majority of the consumers are very badly affected by the continual rise in prices of the daily necessaries. Price-rise in caused by the short supply of commodities and inflation. The price-rise that results from a short supply of commodities in temporary. The prices come down if their supply is enhanced. But the price-rise caused by inflation cannot be controlled by easy efforts. Whatever may be the cause, price-rise brings about a lot of hardship and suffering to the people. They find it difficult to make their both ends meet. They have to go without many things that are necessary to lead a tolerable life. The poorer sections of the people are the hardest hit. Price-rise leads to widespread corruption and moral degradation.

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Procession

A procession is a formal march of a body of men for a particular purpose. It is an organized way of giving expression to the viewpoints of the processionists. We are most familiar with students processions of political nature. Different political parties bring out processions to ventilate their grievances. Processions are brought out by social organizations of men and women to voice forth their objectives or to agitate against social evils. The processionists start slogans to give utterance to their demands. Processions brought out by workers in mills and factories or by the government employees are also very common. Besides, there are silent processions, torchlight processions, and processions on religious occasions. Funeral processions carry the dead bodies to their final destination. A procession is, however, a democratic right of the people for formation and expression of public opinion.

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