When did Bangladesh?
qAfter a big liberation which was taken 9 months . More than 30 lakhs people were dead &become mat yrs to make BANGLADESH independent.It was really a great history which is rear in the world's history.U know still Bangladeshis hate Pakistanis.Because it was only happened 4 them.I am so proud to become a BANGLADESHI............:)).....................^_^
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It is located between southeastern India and Myanmar. Most of the country is in a pocket surrounded by India. It was formerly known as East Pakistan, part of historic Bengal that was established as an area of Islamic majority by the 1947 partition of India. It achieved its independence from Pakist…an with support from India in 1971. According to the constitution of Bangladesh, the main religion is Islam. ( Full Answer )
Bangladesh (The Peoples Republic of Bangladesh) was once known as East Pakistan, which was a region controlled by (and politically and economically bullied by) West Pakistan. The name "Bangladesh" means "Country of Bengal" in the official Bengali language. Together with the Indian state of West Ben…gal, it makes up the ethno-linguistic region of Bengal. Bangladesh has a long history spanning thousands of years. A land replete with history, it finally achieved independence in the year 1971 after a protracted 9-month war (the Bangladesh Liberation War). After many years of exploitation, both politically and economically, the Bengali national sentiments led to the massive victory of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in the Pakistan National Elections of 1970. The ruling oligarchs in West Pakistan balked at having to give up the reigns of power to East Pakistanis. This led to armed resistance in which nationalists were supported by India, eventully leading to the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. (December 3 - 16, 1971). Although the independence of Bangladesh had been formally declared on March 26, 1971, the war actually established this as a political fact. More than 90,000 Pakistani POW's were repatriated to West Pakistan. Geography Bangladesh is bordered by India on all sides except for a small border with Burma (Myanmar) to the far southeast and by the Bay of Bengal to the south. The borders of present-day Bangladesh were established with the partition of Bengal and India in 1947, when the region became the eastern wing of the newly-formed Pakistan. However, it was separated from the western wing by 1,600 kilometres (1,000 mi) as the two Pakistans were on opposite sides of India. Geographically the country straddles the fertile Ganges-Brahmaputra Delta and is subject to annual monsoon floods and cyclones History of the State Political and linguistic discrimination as well as economic neglect led to popular agitations against West Pakistan, which led to the war for independence in 1971 and the establishment of Bangladesh, with the help of India. However, the new state had to endure famines, natural disasters and widespread poverty, as well as political turmoil and military coups. The restoration of democracy in 1991 has been followed by relative stability and economic progress. However, political rule has been suspended under emergency law since January 11, 2007. Bangladesh is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, SAARC, BIMSTEC, the OIC, and the D-8. As the World Bank notes in its July 2005 Country Brief, the country has made significant progress in human development in the areas of literacy, gender parity in schooling and reduction of population growth.However, Bangladesh continues to face a number of major challenges, including widespread political and bureaucratic corruption, and discrimination against women and religious and ethnic minorities. ( Full Answer )
The country lacking natural resource and colonial power took away the little resources available to country. After independence, the country failed to contemplate a long term vision to improve its poverty situation. In last 2-3 decades poverty is fallen drastically but recent food price increase cou…pled with the frequent natural disasters pushed significant proportion of people to poverty. Currently, 42% of the population live under the poverty line. ( Full Answer )
There's many depending on the city. The most popular is Dhaka, Dhaka (The capital) and the zip code there is 1212
When the british gave the Indian Subcontinent independence the area was divided into India, West Pakistan, and East Pakistan. What we call Bangladesh is the former East Pakistan. Bangladesh is located in the eastern part of South Asia, and is a part of the Indian subcontinent It is in a 'pocket' of… eastern India, surrounded by three Indian states of West Bengal, Meghalaya and Assam. A little corner at southeast also borders with Myanmar. The south is totally open to the Bay of Bengal, creating a 'geographic funnel', resulting in frequent coastal storms. Sundarbans, to be mentioned has a part of it in southern Bangladesh. ( Full Answer )
Abdul Hamid is the President of Bangladesh. He was elected President on April 22, 2013 after serving as Acting President following the death of President Zillur Rahman on March 20, 2013.Zillur rahman Abdul Hamid
More than three quarters of Bangladesh's export earnings come from the garment industry. The rest is primarly frozen shrimp and fish, copper wire, followed by jute.
In Bangladesh there are lots of tigers but you cant find them inside the town you have to go SundarBan its one of the great place for Big cats. In Bangladesh there are many Many dogs such as bull dog.
The GNP per capita for last fiscal year (2008) was $599. It is expected to increase at 6% this year to $635
No. Bangladesh is an Asian country, formerly East Pakistan, that is almost completely surrounded by eastern India near Myanmar (Burma).
Flooding in Bangladesh The severe flooding in Bangladesh started in 2007. It was formed by the Ghaghat River. As a result, the floods have caused lots of poverty, as people in Bangladesh have had to be living in flooded water so there weren't many places to grow crops. The water is also contaminated…, containing diseases, which do have a cure, although many people are killed from it. The floods also had to force people out of their homes, and as a result, they have lost many of their belongings. flooding is common in Bangladesh because around 80% of the country is only 1m above sea level. Most people in Bangladesh, live on flat land. Well there has been many floodings in Bangladesh and at school im learning about 2004 Bangladesh flood and i have found out that the reason it has had many floods is because people are chopping trees down so no water can be soaked up by roots and leaves and that they are also making hills, mountains ect flat so that they can build on top with houses and flats ect and can cause majour flooding i hope i have given u a couple of ideas about it ( Full Answer )
The weather in Bangladesh is normally very hot and humid. But during winter it gets unusually cold. Then again the weather throughout the year is mostly hot.
Bangladesh is famous for sunderbans (world's largest mangrove forest- a treasure chest of wild life), cox's bazaar beach (world's longest beach), the hill tracts (http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f3/Chittagong_hill_tracks.jpg), its rivers and fertile land. Bangladesh is one of the …largest exporters of jute, and clothes. fish and vegetables are also exported a lot to middle east. Bangladesh is famous for the largest mall in south asia (13th largest in the world); Bashundhara city. Bangladesh is famous for 1971 liberation war, the language movement which UNESCO declared as international mother language day. Yunus Muhammad won nobel prize, and also Bangladeshi civil engineer and architect Fazlur Rahman khan was the designer of sears tower, airport in Saudi Abaria and etc. He was awarded by Saudi king for "making outstanding contribution to Islamic architecture" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fazlur_Rahman_Khan One half bangladeshi guy names Jawed Karim is the co-creator of youtube. This guy as well: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salman_Khan_%28educator%29 Muslin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muslin) a very popular clothing of the past, traded by European and arabian merchants, originated from Dhaka. ( Full Answer )
If you are not Bangladeshi citizen that time most of the cases you need passport and visa to visit. For visa you can contact with Bangladesh Misissions Abroad (embassy) in your country.
Bangladesh is bordered by the country of India. The country is alsobordered Burma, Mouths of the Ganges, and the Bay of Bengal.
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It is still a devoloping country. Bangladesh is proverty stricken, and the dvelopment is very slow becasue Bangladesh is deprived of many things. But right now B-Desh is doing well. developing
Bangladesh is very hot in the summer but sometimes in the winter it can get very cold. you might think that there are a lot of plants there ,but there are not much, because there is not enough rain to give it all the energy it needs
Main article: History of Bangladesh See also: History of Bengal . Lord Clive meeting with Mir Jafar after the Battle of Plassey.. Remnants of civilization in the greater Bengal region date back four thousand years,  when the region was settled by Dravidian, Tibeto-Burman, and Austro-Asiati…c peoples. The exact origin of the word "Bangla" or "Bengal" is unknown, though it is believed to be derived from Bang , the Dravidian-speaking tribe that settled in the area around the year 1000 BC.  After the arrival of Indo-Aryans, the kingdom of Gangaridai was formed from at least the seventh century BC, which later united with Bihar under the Magadha and Maurya Empires. Bengal was later part of the Gupta Empire from the third to the sixth centuries CE. Following its collapse, a dynamic Bengali named Shashanka founded an impressive yet short-lived kingdom. Shashanka is considered the first independent king in the history of Bangladesh. After a period of anarchy, the Buddhist Pala dynasty ruled the region for four hundred years, followed by a shorter reign of the Hindu Sena dynasty. Islam was introduced to Bengal in the twelfth century by Sufi missionaries, and subsequent Muslim conquests helped spread Islam throughout the region.  Bakhtiar Khilji, a Turkish general, defeated Lakshman Sen of the Sena dynasty and conquered large parts of Bengal. The region was ruled by dynasties of Sultans and feudal lords for the next few hundred years. By the 16th century, the Mughal Empire controlled Bengal, and Dhaka became an important provincial centre of Mughal administration. European traders arrived late in the 15th century, and their influence grew until the British East India Company gained control of Bengal following the Battle of Plassey in 1757.  The bloody rebellion of 1857, known as the Sepoy Mutiny, resulted in transfer of authority to the crown, with a British viceroy running the administration.  During colonial rule, famine racked the Indian subcontinent many times, including the Great Bengal famine of 1943 that claimed 3 million lives.  Between 1905 and 1911, an abortive attempt was made to divide the province of Bengal into two zones, with Dhaka being the capital of the eastern zone.  When India was partitioned in 1947, Bengal was partitioned along religious lines, with the western part going to India and the eastern part joining Pakistan as a province called East Bengal (later renamed East Pakistan), with its capital at Dhaka.  The Shaheed Minar , which commemorates the Language Movement, is a well known landmark in Bangladesh.. In 1950, land reform was accomplished in East Bengal with the abolishment of the feudal zamindari system.  However, despite the economic and demographic weight of the east, Pakistan's government and military were largely dominated by the upper classes from the west. The Bengali Language Movement of 1952 was the first sign of friction between the two wings of Pakistan.  Dissatisfaction with the central government over economic and cultural issues continued to rise through the next decade, during which the Awami League emerged as the political voice of the Bengali-speaking population. It agitated for autonomy in the 1960s, and in 1966, its president Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was jailed; he was released in 1969 after an unprecedented popular uprising. In 1970, a massive cyclone devastated the coast of East Pakistan, and the central government responded poorly. The Bengali population's anger was compounded when Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, whose Awami League won a majority in Parliament in the 1970 elections,  was blocked from taking office. After staging compromise talks with Mujib, President Yahya Khan arrested him on the early hours of March 26, 1971, and launched Operation Searchlight,  a sustained military assault on East Pakistan. Yahya's methods were extremely bloody, and the violence of the war resulted in many civilian deaths .  Chief targets included intellectuals and Hindus, and about ten million refugees fled to neighbouring India (LaPorte,  p. 103). Estimates of those massacred throughout the war range from three hundred thousand to 3 million.  Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, founder of Bangladesh.. Most of the Awami League leaders fled and set up a government-in-exile in Calcutta, India. The Bangladesh Liberation War lasted for nine months. The guerrilla Mukti Bahini and Bengali regulars eventually received support from the Indian Armed Forces in December 1971. The Indian army, under the command of Lt. General J.S. Aurora, achieved a decisive victory over Pakistan on December 16, 1971, taking over 90,000 prisoners of war  in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. After its independence, Bangladesh became a parliamentary democracy, with Mujib as the Prime Minister. In the 1973 parliamentary elections, the Awami League gained an absolute majority. A nationwide famine occurred during 1973 and 1974,  and in early 1975, Mujib initiated a one-party socialist rule with his newly formed BAKSAL. On August 15, 1975, Mujib and his family were assassinated by mid-level military officers.  A series of bloody coups and counter-coups in the following three months culminated in the ascent to power of General Ziaur Rahman, who reinstated multi-party politics and founded the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP). Zia's rule ended when he was assassinated in 1981 by elements of the military.  Bangladesh's next major ruler was General Hossain Mohammad Ershad, who gained power in a bloodless coup in 1982 and ruled until 1990, when he was forced to resign under western donor pressure in a major shift in international policy after the end of communism when anti-communist dictators were no longer felt necessary. Since then, Bangladesh has reverted to a parliamentary democracy. Zia's widow, Khaleda Zia, led the Bangladesh Nationalist Party to parliamentary victory at the general election in 1991 and became the first female Prime Minister in Bangladesh's history. However, the Awami League, headed by Sheikh Hasina, one of Mujib's surviving daughters, clinched power at the next election in 1996 but lost to the Bangladesh Nationalist Party again in 2001. These two female ex-prime ministers are now in imprisonment in a sub-jail due to their suspected attachment with corruption. In January 11, 2007, following widespread violence, a caretaker government was appointed to administer the next general election. The country had suffered from extensive corruption,  disorder and political violence. The new caretaker government has made it a priority to root out corruption from all levels of government. To this end, many notable politicians and officials, along with large numbers of lesser officials and party members, have been arrested on corruption charges. The caretaker government claims to be paving the way for free and fair elections to be held before the end of 2008. ( Full Answer )
Geography Area: 147, 570 sq. km. (55,813 sq. mi.); about the size of Wisconsin. Cities: Capital--Dhaka (pop. 10 million). Other cities--Chittagong (2.8 million), Khulna (1.8 million), Rajshahi (1 million). Terrain: Mainly flat alluvial plain, with hills in the northeast and southeast. Clima…te: Semitropical, monsoonal. ( Full Answer )
It was founded in 16 December 1971, so on December 16, 2011, Bangladesh will become 40 years old.
Bangladesh is a very poor country. Almost all the people in Bangladesh have no food or need help. The poor people go aroung streets, nock on doors and ask for only a bit of food, water and money. Only a few people in Bangladesh have a lot of money.
Bangladesh is a rapper who named himself after the country Bangladesh. Birth name is - Shondrae Crawford
Bangladesh varies. first theres the himalays mountains then flat lands and marses that are great for farming
Bangladesh gets floods for many reason . -70% is only 1metre above sea level . -80% flood plains . -deforestation . -little money to spend on flood prootection/defensive methods . -two major rivers run thruogh it . -increasing popuation . -heavy intense monsoon . and loads mo…re ( Full Answer )
Most people work on farms as farmers or fishermen, although, somepeople own family businesses or shops. Many work in garmentfactories.
The name Bangladesh means "the nation of Bengal" ( GÃ´nÃ´prÃ´jatÃ´ntri Bangladesh) . It is the Islamic-majority region of the historic state of Bengal in southeastern India.
liar hasinah although she is really mean she killed lots of people and used police to help her she even kicked her daughter out she cried so hard that she said that all of this nonsence has to stop or else it will go worse but we dont know what will happen it might not work or it might .subhanallah
An O level subject to let the students to know about their own country,Bangladesh .In o level it is known as 'Bangladesh studies'.It consists of two paper.In first paper you will be able to know about Bangladesh's History and in second paper its all about Geography.This exam is only held on May. Ove…r and above its an easy and simple subject. ( Full Answer )
in Bangladesh and covered almost half of Bangladesh. 70% of Bangladesh's land is flat and low. 10% of Bangladesh is rivers, swamps and lakes.
Yes, you can buy it at Bashudhara Shopping complex or at UAE market in Banani.
Yes, Bangladesh is officially known as the People's Republic of Bangladesh, and as a Republic it has a president.
in reality Bangladesh don't posses any oak tree. Some of the oak wood may be used in various purposes.
Bangladesh is a country in south Asia. The country's west, north and east borders, are surrounded by India, with a small portion of the far southeast, which is bordered by Burma. Approximately 80% of the southern border is made up of wetlands, swamps, or rivers which empty and border the Bay of Beng…al. ( Full Answer )
Pakistan. Prior to 1971, Pakistan consisted of two separateregions. The part now known simply as Pakistan was called WestPakistan while the area now called Bangladesh was East Pakistan.The two pieces were separated physically, economically, and to alarge extent culturally. Simmering discontent led t…o a popularuprising. The region declared its independence on March 26, 1971;the Bangladesh War of Independence lasted until December 16 of thatyear when the government of Pakistan formally signed an instrumentof surrender. ( Full Answer )
Aeroplanes (Air-crafts) for commercial and military purpose: YesBangladesh has many Aircrafts on both the sectors. All theaeroplanes are imported. Bangladesh on its own can't build orassemble aircrafts. No such facilities.
Constitutionally, Bangladesh was founded on 26 March, 1971 after it had been a part of Pakistan for 24 years. On 25 March, 1971, Pakistan invaded the then East Pakistan (Bangladesh) and killed thousands of people there. As a result, East Pakistan responded with the proclamation of independence on 26… March, 1971. Since then, until 16 December Bangladesh had remained at war with Pakistan's invading forces for 9 months before Pakistani troops surrendered on 16 December, 1971. Thus, Bangladesh was founded on 26 March, 1971 as a state. But it gained actual freedom and sovereignty on 16 December, 1971. ( Full Answer )
Bangladesh, Pakistan and India were all one country before, India. However, religious tensions between Hindus and Muslims caused Pakistan to secede from India, with Bangladesh also part of the new country as East Pakistan. Many Muslims from the state of Bihar in India also fled to Bangladesh. Next, …racial tensions arose between the Urdu-speaking Pakistanis & Biharis, and the Bengalis in East Pakistan. This resulted in a fight for Independence, where East Pakistan became Bangladesh in 1971. ( Full Answer )
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On the north of Bangladesh is India with small parts of Myanmar, on the east of Bangladesh is India, on the south of Bangladesh is the Bay of Bengal, and on the west of Bangladesh is India.
No, it is in South Asia in between India and Myanmar and north of Bay of Bengal
no Bangladesh is not a good country Arab people kick Bangladesh out of Arab community kingdom...
We are connected to Bangladesh by they transport food and games over to England !
West, both are in different continents. Congo is in Africa, Bangladesh is in Asia Pacific.
Well based on the archaeological evidences Bengali civilization is more than 4000 years old. It's a fairly ancient region some people even say that Adam landed over Sri Lanka. So, we can reach into conclusion that it was never discovered, it was already there.
There is an Apple authorized reseller in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Click the link for their website.
Bangladesh was in the same location it is now, however up until Liberation in 1971 it was known as East Pakistan.
South Asia, surrounded by India from 3 sides, and Bay of Bengal at south side.
Mini Bangladesh is a park where there are replicas of famous architectures and buidings like Carzon Hall, Sangsad Bhaban. It was named "Sahid Jia Smriti Park," now changed after Sheikh Mujib. Location: Chandgoan, Chittagong.
Bengali months are 12. Boishakh, Joshto, Assar, Sravon, Vadro.Aashhin, Kartik, Augrahayan, Poush, Maghh, Falgun and Choitra. 1stBoishakh is the Bangla New year (nowrouz vor pohela boishakh). Itsa national holiday and big festival.