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Pollution

Pollution means making something dirty or impure. We come across different pollutions of our country such as arsenic pollution, water pollution, air pollution, sound pollution, etc. Arsenic is poison. Almost 80% of the total population of our country are living under the constant threat of arsenic pollution. When in water the presence of this poison is much higher than the acceptable quantity, it is called arsenic pollution. Men are throwing waste into the water. The farmers all over the world are using pesticide and chemicals which are mixing with water directly and thus water is polluted. All over the countrymen are destroying forests and cutting trees. As a result, carbon dioxide is increasing. Besides, industries and motor vehicles emit huge columns of smoke in the air. Resultantly air is polluted. Sound pollution is another hindrance to a calm and serene life. Motor vehicles, loudspeakers etc. cause sound pollution. So in order to prevent all sorts of pollution, we need to create awareness among people as well as to enforce laws strictly.

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Proficiency in English

Proficiency in English is important because English is an international language. We need it to create a peaceful world. We need it for business purposes also. It is also used to develop the fraternity of humanity. It is essential for the promotion of international understanding. We need it mainly to communicate with the people of other countries. There are some jobs which require men who know English well. A foreign office requires English knowing people. English is also very helpful for higher studies. There is no country where English is not taught. We need to earn proficiency in all subjects in this language, Proficiency in this language helps us in many ways. It helps to understand easily. We can express our feelings freely. A deeper understanding of this language can bring us much confidence. It helps us to communicate our thoughts more effectively. We can enjoy the world literature. For these reasons, we need proficiency in the English language. Learning English is not an easy process. The first impediment is that it is a foreign language. English language teachers in Bangladesh teach English in a traditional manner. There is a lack of effective teaching approaches. The teachers are also not competent. The students' memories the rules but they do not practice a lot. They know grammatical rules but cannot transfer their knowledge to communicate effectively. They can not inner-act in English properly. At present, the standard of proficiency in the English language in Bangladesh is not satisfactory. Even the students of undergraduate level do not know correct English. The standard of English is falling day by day. So it is the duty of the government to take a step to improve national proficiency in English.

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Recent Drive Against Corruption

Corruption has struck from roots in Bangladesh and a strong drive has recently been started against it. Bangladesh has been rated first in corruption by Transparency International consecutively for five years. The main form of corruption is bribery. In fact, bribery permeated every sphere of life. People of all sectors are involved in it. Dishonest politicians, bureaucrats, high officials, all kinds of employees in government and non-government offices, businessmen in private sectors, all kinds of teachers and other professionals have contributed to the spread of corruption of taking and giving bribes. Bribery has destroyed the moral base of the society and the moral character of the public. As a result, the command of the law, fair justice, social equality, honesty, and righteousness have been thrown at a discount and the common people have been put under the weary weight of abject miseries. Thus an effective and meaningful anti-corruption drive became essential to rescue the helpless people from the clutch of this hydra-headed monster. Eventually, an Independent Anti-Corruption Commission has been set up to deal with the problems of corruption. It has started functioning with all its might and in full swing. The government has launched an all-out drive against, corruption. This drive has received a great appreciation and strong support from the people a large. Some very big guns from all sectors, especially the political sector have been hauled up. Some others are being hunted down. The Anti-Corruption Commission has spread its tentacles all over the country. Some people are put behind the bars, some are under trial in various courts of justice and some are suffering sentences of the courts. If the drive continues, it will be possible to reduce corruption in Bangladesh in a great measure within a short time.

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Rights of Children

In most developing countries rights of children are being neglected. Rights may be described as legally recognized privileges that are granted to a person for his proper physical, mental and spiritual growth and development towards the realization of his best self. The Geneva Convention of the United Nations has identified some basic rights for the children. These are (i) right to protection from all kinds of threats, (ii) right to live and survive, (iii) right to education, (iv) right to healthy physical and mental development, (v) right to health and hygiene and (vi) right not to be forced into labour. Thus the children should be protected from all kinds of threats. The society should ensure and maintain such conditions as would safeguard them against all situations that might endanger their life and survival. They should be provided with food, clothing, shelter, education and health care. At the same time, they should be given opportunities to cultivate virtues and imbibe good thoughts. In fact, adequate care should be taken in all respects so that the children can enjoy their rights and grow up to be useful citizens and worthy men.

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Rickshaw-Free Dhaka

Rickshaw-free Dhaka is a new plan for the government. The present government of Bangladesh has recently thought about introducing a fast and fair communication system in Dhaka city by removing the rickshaws from it. This plan of the government is undoubtedly admirable and praiseworthy. The transport system of Dhaka will be easy, speedy and comfortable if the rickshaw is withdrawn. Dhaka is the centre of all progressive developments in Bangladesh. If the communication system of Dhaka is not well and it is interrupted by rickshaw, reckless driving, and weak traffic control system, it will be a great disgrace for the nation. For those reasons many times traffic jam occurs in the city. Traffic jam is very disgusting and time killing. When traffic jam begins, we simply get stuck in one place and cannot move forward and backwards. The rickshaw from Dhaka, the authorities will have to think about taxi, maxi, and car for quick public transportation. But we cannot ignore the matter that a large number of rickshaw pullers will be unemployed if the rickshaw is really banned in the city and adequate employment opportunities must be opened up for them.

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