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Tension

Nowadays we are very much familiar with the word ‘tension’. It connotes a disturbed state of things as contradistinguished from peaceful conditions. It may arise and abide in the mind of an individual as well as in the life of the international human community. An individual may be said to have been suffering from tension when he is in the grip of mental strain or excitement. This is a state of continuous anxiety which eats into his vitals and causes him many serious problems including fatal heart disease. In our national life, we may suffer from tensions of social, political or communal nature. In the international world, we find border tension and the cold war between nations which may lead to violence and war. Whatever may be the nature or shape or form of tension, it is very dangerous. All of our should, therefore, try to keep free from any kind of tension at any cost.

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Tree Plantation

Tree plantation days are observed in our country every year according to a programme under the auspices of the government. Thoughtless destruction of our trees, woods, and forests has put the country to a great disadvantage. They are destroyed mostly for being used as fire-wood. This destruction disturbs our ecological balance. It leads to soil erosion. It deprives us of fruit and timber and causes economic loss. We are aware who woods and forests bring rain, help our agriculture and prevent floods. Thus the havoc created by unscrupulous destruction of trees and plants must be made good by way of tree plantation. The programme of tree plantation is launched not only in the towns but also in the countryside. Every house, school, college, hospital, bank, and other institutions are asked to plant trees. Seedlings and saplings are often supplied by the Forest Department of the Government. We should be earnest in taking advantage of the national programme of tree plantation.

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The trees give us fruit, flowers, oxygen, timber and fuel. If there were no trees, there would be no oxygen and life will cease to exist. The indiscriminate cutting down of trees may lead to a desertification. The loss of trees means the loss of life. It leads to fewer rains and fall of harvest. As a result, people die of starvation. Besides, heat, pollution, flood, famine, disease are the result of deforestation. So, to save mankind, forests should be preserved. Birds and beasts will have no place to live in. Thus wildlife will be extinct and the balance of Nature will be disturbed. To prevent it, deforestation should be discourage and awareness about the importance of trees has to be developed to keep the earth greener, cleaner and safer for the future generation. If we can ensure a greener world for the future generation, the people on this earth will enjoy a safe and happy life. Sometime in future, the trees will be our best friends because nature is always harmless but human friends can be sometimes harmful. So, let us make friends with the trees through tree plantation which will one day make the world a peaceful place for all living beings.

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The Curse of Dowry

Or, Dowry System

Dowry system is a curse in our social life. This system is very harmful to society. Many innocent women fall victim to dowry system and their lives become miserable. This dowry system has been prevalent for many years among the Hindus. The Hindu women cannot inherit their paternal property. That’s why, cash money, various ornaments, goods, dresses, etc. are given in their marriage ceremony. This evil tradition is established in Muslim society day by day. Many men marry women for their property and if they are unable to get these, they torture women. Many times, as a consequent of this, the girls take the way of suicide or they are killed by their husbands or others. There are some women who go back to their father’s home forever. There is no doubt about the necessity of removing the dowry system. To abolish this system govt. has enacted strict laws. Yet dowry system is continuing and the women are suffering. We have to try to put an end to this system. We should protect women from the curse of dowry and everybody, both male, and female, of the society, should be conscious in this matter.

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Dowry is the money or property by a bride has to offer to her husband as a condition of marriage. It’s a great evil working at the root of our society. It’s a curse for poorer parents. The main reason of this practice is the lower mentality of the guardian of the bridegroom. They wish to earn a lot. They think it is their right to get money from the bride as they have spent a lot on the bridegroom in educating and bringing them up. This dowry system affects our society. The poor parents cannot marry their daughters off due to lack of dowry. The dowry system has degraded the mentality of the people. It breeds greed for money and social unrest. Personally, I do not support this practice. I believe females are not objects to the bought and sold like commodities. To eliminate this social voice, anti-dowry campaign should be started and people should be made aware of its bad effects. Anti-dowry law can also be formulated by the government to discourage this practice.

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Tribals of Bangladesh

There are several aboriginal tribes in Bangladesh. These are Magh, Tipra, Morong, Marma, Megas, Manipuri, Khomi, Hajong, Chakma, Garo, and Sautal. They live in different areas of Bangladesh. The Chakma live in Chittagong, Rangamati, Khagrachhari and Bandarban districts. The Garo live in Mymensingh, Tangail, Sherpur, and Netrokona and the Sautal live in Rajshahi, Rangpur, Bogra, and Dinajpur districts. Most of the tribes build their houses on the high platform to protect them from different types of insects land animals. They use the empty space below their houses to keep things such as agricultural tools and looms. Their houses walls are made of bamboo, slates and the roof is thatched. The main food of the Marmas is boiled rice with vegetables. A kind of soup made from boiled green leaves seasoned with chillies and salt is one of their most favourite items. Another popular food item is tender bamboo shoots. The tribal people of Bangladesh have their distinct and ways of life.

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The most favourite member of our family

or, My Grand Mother

or, The person I like most

My grandmother is the most favourite member of our family. She is an aged lady. She is about seventy years old. She was a successful house-wife. She looked after the family affairs of a humble school teacher, my grandfather, very efficiently. She brought up all her children creditably. As a result of her wise ministration, all of them are now very well-placed in society. Now she has retired from active life. But her retirement proves that she has not retired at all. For, she is now very busy with us- her grandchildren. She constantly takes care of our health, education, and recreation. Besides, she becomes our affectionate and secure shelter when anybody gets angry with us and threatens us for our naughtiness. Moreover, she has countless amusing stories for our recreation. She is a very pious, generous and charming lady. She loves us very dearly and we are very fond of her as well. In fact, my grandmother is the person whom I like most.

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My grandmother is the most favourite member of our family. She is a pretty old lady. She is a medium-height fat woman. She is burnette with hair. Most of the time she keeps her hair in a bun. She has a cleft chin with straight nose. She has wrinkles on her face. The colour of her eyes is grey-brown with thin white eyebrows. She has pale complexion. She is reliable. She was a successful house-wife. She looked after the family-affairs very efficiently. She brought up all her children creditably. As a result of her wise ministration, All of them are now very well-placed in society. Now she has retired from active life. But her retirement proves that she has not retired at all. For, she is now very busy with us- her grandchildren. She constantly takes care of our health, education and recreation. Besides, she becomes our affectionate and secure shelter when anybody gets angry with us and threatens us for our naughtiness. Moreover, she has countless amusing stories for our recreation. She is a very pious, generous and charming and also talkative lady. She loves us very dearly and we are very fond of her as well. In fact, my grandmother is the person whom I like most.

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