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BANGLADESH . Please Dialogue And More Dialogue.No More Violence ,No More Instability. We Want To Live In Peace
Having Said So, There Are Three Significant Indirect Costs Of Hartal. One, Political Instability Marked By Violence Seriously Discourages FDI, As Recurrent Hartals May Seriously Dent Country's Image As An Investment Destination. Two, Political Violence Hurts The Poor More Than The Rich. The Day Workers As Well As Self Employed Folks Can Never Recoup The Hartal Losses. Most Importantly, Hartals Create Political Instability, Which Creates Uncertainty. It Also Undermines Democratic Institutions. The Associated Violence Denies Basic Rights Of Citizens. There Is Also A Saying, Uncertainty Is Much More Dangerous Than Instability, Which Does Not Allow People, Entrepreneurs, Enterprises To Plan For Tomorrow Or Next Day And Big Time Impacts The Overall Stability.
Stability, Policy Continuity, Agreement Between The Ruling Party And The Opposition On Major Policy Matters And Ability To Utilise The Combined Strength Of The Nation Can Create Wonders For A Country Like Bangladesh. A Divided Nation Within Almost A Homogenous Nation Is Not Allowing Us To Ensure The Demographic Dividend Of The Country And Other Positive Attributes.
Two Main Political Parties Could Find Out A Decision From Their Dialogue About Present & Future  Political Crisis Of Bangladesh.
Please Dialogue And More Dialogue.No More Violence ,No More Instability.  We Want To Live In Peace
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 Two Main Political Parties Could Find Out A Decision From Their Dialogue About Present & Future  Political Crisis Of Bangladesh.
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Many people, especially here in the US, need to get their priorities straight. This is absolutely horrible.
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BANGLADESH . Please Dialogue And More Dialogue.No More Violence ,No More Instability. We Want To Live In Peace
Having Said So, There Are Three Significant Indirect Costs Of Hartal. One, Political Instability Marked By Violence Seriously Discourages FDI, As Recurrent Hartals May Seriously Dent Country's Image As An Investment Destination. Two, Political Violence Hurts The Poor More Than The Rich. The Day Workers As Well As Self Employed Folks Can Never Recoup The Hartal Losses. Most Importantly, Hartals Create Political Instability, Which Creates Uncertainty. It Also Undermines Democratic Institutions. The Associated Violence Denies Basic Rights Of Citizens. There Is Also A Saying, Uncertainty Is Much More Dangerous Than Instability, Which Does Not Allow People, Entrepreneurs, Enterprises To Plan For Tomorrow Or Next Day And Big Time Impacts The Overall Stability.
Stability, Policy Continuity, Agreement Between The Ruling Party And The Opposition On Major Policy Matters And Ability To Utilise The Combined Strength Of The Nation Can Create Wonders For A Country Like Bangladesh. A Divided Nation Within Almost A Homogenous Nation Is Not Allowing Us To Ensure The Demographic Dividend Of The Country And Other Positive Attributes.
Two Main Political Parties Could Find Out A Decision From Their Dialogue About Present & Future  Political Crisis Of Bangladesh.
Please Dialogue And More Dialogue.No More Violence ,No More Instability.  We Want To Live In Peace
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All Of Us, No Matter How Big Or How Small, Whether Male Or Female ….. We All Owe Our Lives To A Woman.

International Women's Day (IWD), originally called International Working Women’s Day, is marked on March 8 every year. In different regions the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation and love towards women to a celebration for women's economic, political and social achievements. Started as a Socialist political event, the holiday blended in the culture of many countries, primarily Eastern Europe, Russia, and the former Soviet bloc. In many regions, the day lost its political flavour, and became simply an occasion for men to express their love for women in a way somewhat similar to a mixture of Mother's Day and St Valentine's Day. In other regions, however, the original political and human rights theme designated by the United Nations runs strong, and political and social awareness of the struggles of women worldwide are brought out and examined in a hopeful manner.
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