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ShortCuts:'Ilizarov Apparatus'
The Ilizarov apparatus is a type of external fixation used in orthopedic surgery to lengthen or reshape limb bones; as a limb-sparing technique to treat complex and/or open bone fractures; and in cases of infected nonunions of bones that are not amenable with other techniques. It is named after the orthopedic surgeon Gavriil Abramovich Ilizarov from the Soviet Union, who pioneered the technique. The device is a specialized form of external fixator, a circular fixator, modular in construction. Stainless steel (or titanium) rings are fixed to the bone via stainless heavy-gauge wire (called "pins" or Kirschner wires). The rings are connected to each other with threaded rods attached through adjustable nuts. The circular construction and tensioned wires of the Ilizarov apparatus provide far more structural support than the traditional monolateral fixator system. This allows early weightbearing. http://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/medicine-and-dentistry/ilizarov-apparatus
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Facts about Endangered Animals :Macaw
Source: https://www.worldwildlife.org https://a-z-animals.com/animals/macaw/
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All Secretary-Generals Of United Nations, In A Nutshell [Till Now]
1.Trygve Lie(Norway) :Lie, a foreign minister and former labour leader, was recommended by the Soviet Union to fill the post. After the UN involvement in the Korean War, the Soviet Union vetoed Lie's reappointment in 1951. The United States circumvented the Soviet Union's veto and recommended reappointment directly to the General Assembly. Lie was reappointed by a vote of 46 to 5, with eight abstentions. The Soviet Union remained hostile to Lie, and he resigned in 1952. 2. Dag Hammarskjöld(Sweden) Hammarskjöld emerged as an option that was acceptable to the Security Council. He was re-elected unanimously to a second term in 1957. The Soviet Union was angered by Hammarskjöld's leadership of the UN during the Congo Crisis, and suggested that the position of Secretary-General be replaced by a troika, or three-man executive. Facing great opposition from the Western nations, the Soviet Union gave up on its suggestion. Hammarskjöld died in a plane crash in Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia) in 1961. 3. U Thant (Myanmar) the first non-European to hold the position. A Burmese diplomat and the third Secretary-General of the United Nations from 1961 to 1971, the first non-European to hold the position. 4. Kurt Waldheim (Austria) an Austrian diplomat and politician. Waldheim was the fourth Secretary-General of the United Nations from 1972 to 1981, and President of Austria from 1986 to 1992. While he was running for the latter office in the 1986 election, the revelation of his service in Thessaloniki, Greece and in Yugoslavia, as an intelligence officer in Nazi Germany's Wehrmacht during World War II raised international controversy. China vetoed his third term. 5. Javier Pérez de Cuéllar(Peru) Pérez de Cuéllar, a Peruvian diplomat who a decade earlier had served as President of the UN Security Council during his time as Peruvian Ambassador to the UN, was a compromise candidate, and became the first and thus far only Secretary-General from the Americas. He was re-elected unanimously in 1986 6. Boutros Boutros-Ghali (Egypt) An academic and former Vice Foreign Minister of Egypt, Boutros-Ghali oversaw the UN at a time when it dealt with several world crises, including the breakup of Yugoslavia and the Rwandan genocide. He was then the first Secretary-General of the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie from 16 November 1997 to 31 December 2002. 7. Kofi Annan(Ghana) a Ghanaian diplomat who served as the seventh Secretary-General of the United Nations from January 1997 to December 2006. Annan and the UN were the co-recipients of the 2001 Nobel Peace Prize. 8.Ban Ki Moon(S.Korea) Ban became the first East Asian to be selected as the Secretary-General and the second Asian overall after U Thant. He was unanimously elected to a second term by the General Assembly on 21 June 2011. 9. António Guterres(Portugal) a Portuguese politician and diplomat who is serving as the ninth Secretary-General of the United Nations. Previously, he was the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees between 2005 and 2015. Gladwyn Jebb(UK) After World War II, he served as Executive Secretary of the Preparatory Commission of the United Nations in August 1945, being appointed Acting United Nations Secretary-General from October 1945 to February 1946 until the appointment of the first Secretary-General, Trygve Lie. All these informations are accumulated from different sources like Wikipedia,Google Images etc. #UnitedNations #GeneralKnowledge #SecretaryGenerals
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ShortCuts:'Jamal Nazrul Islam'(জামাল নজরুল ইসলাম)
Jamal Nazrul Islam (24 February 1939 – 16 March 2013) was a Bangladeshi mathematical physicist and cosmologist. He was a professor at University of Chittagong, served as a member of the advisory board at Shahjalal University of Science and Technology and member of the syndicate at Chittagong University of Engineering & Technology until his death . His research areas include Applied Mathematics, Theoretical Physics, Mathematical Physics, theory of Gravitation, General Relativity, Mathematical Cosmology and Quantum Field Theory. Islam authored/coauthored/edited more than 50 scientific articles, books and some popular articles published in various scientific journals. Besides this he has also written books in Bengali. Particularly noteworthy are Black Hole, published by the Bangla Academy, “The Mother Tongue, Scientific Research and other Articles” and “Art, Literature and Society”. The latter two are compilations. In 1997, Islam was invited to the International Symposium on Mathematical Physics in memory of S. Chandrasekhar with a special session on Abdus Salam arranged by Calcutta Mathematical Society in Kolkata-India. Professor Narayan Chandra Ghosh, a mathematician of India, was director of the noted symposium.
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ShortCuts:'Ben Jonson' (বেন জনসন)
Ben Jonson, byname of Benjamin Jonson, (born June 11?, 1572, London, England—died August 6, 1637, London), English Stuart dramatist, lyric poet, and literary critic. He is generally regarded as the second most important English dramatist, after William Shakespeare, during the reign of James I. Among his major plays are the comedies Every Man in His Humour (1598), Volpone (1605), Epicoene; or, The Silent Woman (1609), The Alchemist (1610), and Bartholomew Fair (1614). Jonson was born two months after his father died. His stepfather was a bricklayer, but by good fortune the boy was able to attend Westminster School. His formal education, however, ended early, and he at first followed his stepfather’s trade, then fought with some success with the English forces in the Netherlands. On returning to England, he became an actor and playwright, experiencing the life of a strolling player. He apparently played the leading role of Hieronimo in Thomas Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy. By 1597 he was writing plays for Philip Henslowe, the leading impresario for the public theatre. With one exception (The Case Is Altered), these early plays are known, if at all, only by their titles. Jonson apparently wrote tragedies as well as comedies in these years, but his extant writings include only two tragedies, Sejanus (1603) and Catiline (1611). Follow me on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/raigramwriting/ #EnglishLiterature #InANutshell
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Let's know about Swarupkathi
Nesarabad (Swarupkathi) (Bengali: (নেছারাবাদ (স্বরূপকাঠি))) is an Upazila of Pirojpur District in the Division of Barisal, Bangladesh.[1] Nesarabad is famous for Sarsina Darbar Sharif. At present, guava gardens, floating market and backwaters of Nesarabad are turning into famous tourist attractions. According to the 1991 Bangladesh census, Nesarabad had a population of 202,520. Males constituted 49.54% of the population, and females 50.46%. The population aged 18 or over was 107,488. Nesarabad had an average literacy rate of 50.8% (7+ years)
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Bhutan, At A Glance!
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BangladeshBriefly:|Barisal|Venice of the East/Venice of Bengal|
Barisal is a rice producing center of Bangladesh. Balam (a kind of basmati) is the most popular rice in Barisal. It is also famous for Betel Leaf, a typical south Asian chewing item. As Barisal is surrounded by river so fish is plenty in there. A Bengali saying states, "Dhan, nadi, khal ai tin e Barisal" which translates to "paddy, river and canal are these three things that make Barisal".The central city of this region is the city of Barisal. It is one of the biggest river ports in Bangladesh. It is a city with nearly 0.38 million people and a divisional headquarters, medical college, cadet college, some pharmaceutical industries, textile industries and the Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority's head office. Barisal is fast growing city of the country stands on the Kirtankhola River. Country's first short landing and take off airport has been completed in Barisal and a private Airlines named Air Bengal has begun its regular air flight between Dhaka Tejgaon Airport and Barisal.Barisal municipality was established in the year 1876 during the British Raj and upgraded to City Corporation on 25 July 2002
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|BKSP|The Pioneer Of Creating World-Class Athletes In Bangladesh
Bangladesh Krira Shiksha Pratisthan (BKSP) an institute for instructing games and sports with a curriculum combined and synthesized with general education. The institution was established with the object of developing games and sports and for imparting extensive training to the promising and potential young sportsmen. With an object of giving the sports an international shape and for giving updated and proper training to the sportsmen the Government of Bangladesh chalked out a plan in 1974 for the establishment of Bangladesh Institute of Sports (BIS) in the form of a project under the National Sports Council. The project was initiated in 1976. By an ordinance in 1983 the institute was renamed as Bangladesh Krira Shiksha Pratisthan (BKSP). The Institute began functioning in 1986 with its regular training course and educational programme. The institute is developed at Jirani in Savar at 50 kilometers northwest of Dhaka metropolis covering an area of 119 acres of land. The BKSP is a statutory autonomous institute under the Ministry of Youth and Sports and is administered by a Board of Governors consisting of ten members headed by the minister of Youth and Sports. The Institute has four sections: Administration, Training, Sports science and Academics. The Director General is the chief executive of the institute under whom are two directors, such as Director Administration and Finance and Director Training. There is a Principal in general education section. With an object of searching for sports merit and for development of potentiality of the sportsmen through intensive training five regional centres are established each in Dinajpur, Barisal, Chittagong, Khulna and Sylhet of which only the Dinajpur branch is now in operation. With an object of upgrading the efficiency of the sportsmen through scientific and modern training the Department of Sports Science has been opened in 2000. This department consists of five branches, such as Exercise, Physiology, Sports Biomechanics, Sports Medicine, Sports Psychology and Scientific Sports Training, and are equipped with modern and valuable instruments. There is a regular system of evaluation of the ability of the trainees in these branches. Besides, seminar, symposium, workshop on sports are regularly arranged. A half yearly research journal on sports science titled Bangladesh Journal of Sports Science, a quarterly bulletin and an annual magazine are published regularly. Training programmes of various types are in operation in BKSP which mainly include long term (7-12 years) and short term (1-6 months) training. In addition, there are training course for trainers (4 weeks), certificate course (sports science, 3 months), diploma course especially on football, athletics, sports psychology, sports biomechanics, sports physiology and GTMT (one year). At present long term training programme is in operation on twelve types of sports, such as athletics, archery, busketball, boxing, cricket, football, gymnastics, judo, hockey, shooting, swimming and tenis. Introduction of the faculties of Table Tenis and Marshal Art (Taikand, Usho and Karate) is now under process. BKSP is a full-fledged residential institute. There are four hostels for the boys and one for the girls. The trainees are kept under strict discipline and supervision. Various facilities including space for sports and infrastructure are there. There are five football grounds of international standard, two hockey grounds with one synthetic turf, four cricket grounds with one indoor cricket centre, one synthetic 8-lane track including one cinder athletic track, two busket ball courts with indoor facilities, and six tenis courts in tenis complex. In the Swimming complex there is 8-lane swimming pool of international standard including separate diving pool. There is a Shooting complex with 10m, 25m, 50m and skit range. There is a gymnasium covering an area of 1700 square meter with seats for 4000 spectators. Special sports facilities include the conditioning hall, sports science complex, audio-visual centre and a library. Other facilities include administrative building, college building, medical centre, VIP guest house, hostel for foreign coach, two hostels for outside trainees, one cafeteria, one mosque, and residential complex for the officers and employees. #BKSP #Savar #Bangladesh
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Some Rare Old Photos Of Dhaka (Part-1)
All these photos are taken from a facebook group.Link is given below:https://www.facebook.com/groups/37077904176/?ref=br_rs প্রাচীন অথবা অর্বাচীন তবুও পুরাতন,৪০০ বছরেরও বেশি সময়ের রাজধানী ঢাকার উপর পাওয়া এমন কিছু স্থিরচিত্র নিয়েই এই প্রয়াস। 1)American Intl.School(1981)by Esrar Ahmed 2)Armanitola Govt. School(1970) by Farhad Hossain Sajjad 3)Hotel Purbani(1981) by Esrar Ahmed 4)Popstar Azam Khan in a concert(1980) by Russell Kabir 5)Dhaka College(1965)by Liaquat Ali Khan 6)Buriganga River(1960)Photographer/Source unknown 7)Nawabpur Road(1962)by Roger Wood 8)Old High Court Building (1960)by Clarence Woodraw Sorensen 9)Curzon Hall(1960)by Clarence Woodraw Sorensen
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Facts about Endangered Animals :Indo-Chinese Tiger
Source: https://www.worldwildlife.org
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Some of the reputed 'Group Of Companies' in Bangladesh [Pran-RFL Group]
PRAN-RFL Group (Bengali: প্রাণ-আরএফএল গ্রুপ) is one of the largest conglomerates in Bangladesh.It is the largest agro producer in Bangladesh. PRAN stands for “Program for Rural Advancement nationally”. It was established in 1981 by retired Major General Amjad Khan Chowdhury. It is a food product corporation in our country. PRAN started in 1981 as a processor of fruits and vegetables. On the other hand, RFL started its operation into the PVC category in 1996. And the first shipment was worth 3 million USD. It is continuously increasing its product line these days. Recently, PRAN’s exports had reached 10 billion takas by 2016. PRAN has 80 thousand direct employees and 200 thousand indirect employees to run their companies. These days, Pran exports to 118 different countries around the world. The biggest market for the company is in India, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Malaysia & Oman. Recently, Pran started to export cassava to New Zealand in April 2016. The Products of the PRAN groups are Juice, Drinks, Bakery, Electronics, E-commerce, Coca-Cola Bangladesh, Snacks, Culinary, Frozen Food, Noodles, Spices, Agro products, Confectionery, Biscuits, Dairy, Plastic products, Furniture, Cycles, Super shops, Sweets and bakery stores, Textile and Online shops.
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Some Rare Old Photos Of Dhaka(Part- 2)
All these photos are taken from a facebook group.Link is given below:https://www.facebook.com/groups/37077904176/?ref=br_rs প্রাচীন অথবা অর্বাচীন তবুও পুরাতন,৪০০ বছরেরও বেশি সময়ের রাজধানী ঢাকার উপর পাওয়া এমন কিছু স্থিরচিত্র নিয়েই এই প্রয়াস। 1)Hotel Intercontinental(1972) by KrishnaPrasad Chatterjee 2)Dhaka New Market(1965) by Sohail Khurshed 3)Ahsan Manjil(1955) by Getty Images 4)Tara Mashjid(1970)by Esrar Ahmed 5)Students Of American Intl. School(1977) by Esrar Ahmed 6)Cat Stevens(Yusuf Islam) & Tony Hewitt in Dhaka(1978) by Bakhtiar Khalid 7)Shahbagh Hotel(1970) by Mukul chowdhury 8)Kamlapur Railway Station(1970) by Esrar Ahmed 9)Paltan Intersection(1978) Photographer/Source unkonown.
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Some Rare Old Photos Of Dhaka (Part-3)
All these photos are taken from a facebook group.Link is given below:https://www.facebook.com/groups/37077... প্রাচীন অথবা অর্বাচীন তবুও পুরাতন,৪০০ বছরেরও বেশি সময়ের রাজধানী ঢাকার উপর পাওয়া এমন কিছু স্থিরচিত্র নিয়েই এই প্রয়াস। 1)Architect Louis I Kahn ,1960 2)Queen Elizabeth in Dhaka,1961 3)Hussaini Dalan ,1967 4)Rose Garden (House & Statuary),1966 5)Turag River ,1970 6)Mohammedan Sporting Club Dhaka,1990 #Bengal #OldDhaka #HistoricalPhotos
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ShortCuts:'Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose'
'Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose' Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose was born in Munshiganj, Bengal Presidency, (present-day Bangladesh)a Bengali polymath, physicist, biologist, biophysicist, botanist and archaeologist, and an early writer of science fiction.[8] Living in British India, he pioneered the investigation of radio and microwave optics, made significant contributions to plant science, and laid the foundations of experimental science in the Indian subcontinent.
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Some Rare Etchings On Older Dhaka[ঐতিহাসিক ঢাকার কিছু দুর্লভ নকশাচিত্র]
All these photos are taken from a facebook group.Link is given below: https://www.facebook.com/groups/37077904176/ প্রাচীন অথবা অর্বাচীন তবুও পুরাতন,৪০০ বছরেরও বেশি সময়ের রাজধানী ঢাকার উপর পাওয়া এমন কিছু স্থিরচিত্র নিয়েই এই প্রয়াস। 1)Account Of Dacca(Dhaka),1816[George Chinnery] 2)Ruins Of Palace Of Prince Azam Us Shah,1814[Sir Charles D'OyLy] 3)Choto Katra,1826[Sir Charles D'OyLy] 4)Part Of Dhaka From Doulliac Nulla,1826[Sir Charles D'OyLy] 5)Lalbagh Fort,1826[Sir Charles D'OyLy] 6)Ruins Of Tongi Bridge[Sir Charles D'OyLy] 7)Pagla Pool,1817[Sir Charles D'OyLy] 8)Nimtali Deuri,1863[Fredrick Alexander] 9)Mosque in MoghBazar,1827[Sir Charles D'OyLy] 10)Boro Katra,1823[Sir Charles D'OyLy] Now the capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka was the seat of the Mughal Viceroy of Bengal from 1608. A large city on the banks of the Buriganga (Old River), a branch of the Ganges, Dhaka is in the centre of the of the Ganges and the Brahmaputra river deltas. These flood during the annual monsoon season, making the surrounding region extremely fertile. Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/raihandoinginsta #Bengal #OldDhaka #HistoricalPhotos
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Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, At A Glance
Sylhet International Cricket Stadium (Bengali: সিলেট ক্রিকেট স্টেডিয়াম also known as Sylhet Stadium and previously known as Sylhet Divisional Stadium) is a cricket stadium in Sylhet, Bangladesh.
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Bangladesh’s poet laureate:Shamsur Rahman
Shamsur Rahman wrote most of his poems in free verse, often with the rhythm style known as Poyaar or Okhshorbritto. It is popularly known that he followed this pattern from poet Jibanananda Das. He also wrote poems in two other major patterns of Bengali rhythmic style, namely, Matrabritto and Shwarobritto.Shamsur Rahman (Bengali: শামসুর রাহমান; 23 October 1929 – 17 August 2006) was a Bangladeshi poet, columnist and journalist. A prolific writer, Rahman produced more than sixty books of poetry collection and is considered a key figure in Bengali literature from the latter half of the 20th century. He was regarded as the unofficial poet laureate of Bangladesh. Major themes in his poetry and writings include liberal humanism, human relations, romanticised rebellion of youth. #ShamsurRahman স্বাধীনতা তুমি – শামসুর রাহমান ( Shadhinota Tumi by Shamsur Rahman ) [One of his best] স্বাধীনতা তুমি রবিঠাকুরের অজর কবিতা, অবিনাশী গান। স্বাধীনতা তুমি কাজী নজরুল ঝাঁকড়া চুলের বাবরি দোলানো মহান পুরুষ, সৃষ্টিসুখের উল্লাসে কাঁপা- স্বাধীনতা তুমি শহীদ মিনারে অমর একুশে ফেব্রুয়ারির উজ্জ্বল সভা স্বাধীনতা তুমি পতাকা-শোভিত শ্লোগান-মুখর ঝাঁঝালো মিছিল। স্বাধীনতা তুমি ফসলের মাঠে কৃষকের হাসি। স্বাধীনতা তুমি রোদেলা দুপুরে মধ্যপুকুরে গ্রাম্য মেয়ের অবাধ সাঁতার। স্বাধীনতা তুমি মজুর যুবার রোদে ঝলসিত দক্ষ বাহুর গ্রন্থিল পেশী। স্বাধীনতা তুমি অন্ধকারের খাঁ খাঁ সীমান্তে মুক্তিসেনার চোখের ঝিলিক। স্বাধীনতা তুমি বটের ছায়ায় তরুণ মেধাবী শিক্ষার্থীর শানিত কথার ঝলসানি-লাগা সতেজ ভাষণ। স্বাধীনতা তুমি চা-খানায় আর মাঠে-ময়দানে ঝোড়ো সংলাপ। স্বাধীনতা তুমি কালবোশেখীর দিগন্তজোড়া মত্ত ঝাপটা। স্বাধীনতা তুমি শ্রাবণে অকূল মেঘনার বুক স্বাধীনতা তুমি পিতার কোমল জায়নামাজের উদার জমিন। স্বাধীনতা তুমি উঠানে ছড়ানো মায়ের শুভ্র শাড়ির কাঁপন। স্বাধীনতা তুমি বোনের হাতের নম্র পাতায় মেহেদীর রঙ। স্বাধীনতা তুমি বন্ধুর হাতে তারার মতন জ্বলজ্বলে এক রাঙা পোস্টার। স্বাধীনতা তুমি গৃহিণীর ঘন খোলা কালো চুল, হাওয়ায় হাওয়ায় বুনো উদ্দাম। স্বাধীনতা তুমি খোকার গায়ের রঙিন কোর্তা, খুকীর অমন তুলতুলে গালে রৌদ্রের খেলা। স্বাধীনতা তুমি বাগানের ঘর, কোকিলের গান, বয়েসী বটের ঝিলিমিলি পাতা, যেমন ইচ্ছে লেখার আমার কবিতার খাতা।
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ShortCuts:'The Shapla Village-Shatla'
Somewhere in Bangladesh. Google it.
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Some people think of intuition as a mystical power. Skeptics write it off as a matter of lucky guesswork. But scientists who study the phenomenon say it's a very real ability that can be identified in lab experiments and visualized on brain scans. According to one controversial study on intuition as it relates to business performance shows that 81% of CEOs with high intuition scores doubled their business in five years.
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ShortCuts: 'Schizophrenia'
Schizophrenia is associated with subtle differences in brain structures, found in forty to fifty percent of cases, and in brain chemistry during acute psychotic states.
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All you should know about "Kea"
Source: https://www.worldwildlife.org
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The Great Sundarbans — the name on itself casts a magic spell over innumerable adventurous around the globe and if you are looking for a amazing place to explore and give your life a new direction, then this place has got everything which you can’t even imagine off. It is indeed a surreal feeling to be sailing through the brackish water, amidst the dense jungle that has been an abode to the majestic Royal Bengal Tigers and some of the most venomous reptiles on earth.
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ShortCuts:'Sajek Valley'
'Sajek Valley' Somewhere in Bangladesh.
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Epistemology studies the nature of knowledge, justification, and the rationality of belief. The word epistemology is derived from the ancient Greek epistēmē meaning "knowledge" and the suffix -logy, meaning "logical discourse" (derived from the Greek word logos meaning "discourse"). J.F. Ferrier coined epistemology on the model of 'ontology', to designate that branch of philosophy which aims to discover the meaning of knowledge, and called it the 'true beginning' of philosophy. #Knowledge #Rationality #Epistemology
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