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Badminton / Bangladesh Badminton Federation
« on: June 10, 2013, 03:42:15 PM »
Bangladesh Badminton Federation was stablished on 1972. Professore Mr. Md. Yousuf Ali was the first president who actively done his position from 1972 to 23/08/1976 and Mr. Shahidur Rahman kochi was the first active general secratary from 1972 to 23/07/1976.

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Place / The Kadisha Valley
« on: June 03, 2013, 02:42:28 PM »
The Kadisha Valley (also known as Qadisha Valley, Wadi Qadisha, Ouadi Qadisha, or وادي قاديشا in Arabic) is a valley that lies within the Becharre and Zgharta Districts of the North Governorate of Lebanon. The valley is a deep gorge carved by the Kadisha River, also known as the Nahr Abu Ali when it reaches Tripoli. Kadisha means "Holy" in Aramaic, and the valley, sometimes called the Holy Valley, has sheltered Christian monastic communities for many centuries.


Animals and Pets / The True Story of the Faithful Dog Hachiko
« on: May 09, 2013, 02:12:43 PM »
Akitas are considered to be among the most loyal of all dogs, and anyone who has heard the amazing true story of Hachiko won't disagree.

In January 1924 a professor at the Japanese Imperial University brought home a two-month old Akita puppy. Dr. Ueno named the pup Hachiko.

The following year was a wonderful time for Hachiko and his new master. Akitas are large dogs, and Hachiko grew to be over ninety pounds. This beautiful white dog accompanied Dr. Ueno to the Shibuya train station every morning, where Dr. Ueno would say goodbye to Hachiko and head to the university. And every day when Dr. Ueno returned home Hachiko would be waiting for him at the train station and the two would go home together. Anyone could see the powerful bond between the large Akita and his master.

If things had continued like this, the story would still be one of admirable faithfulness from a dog to its master. But that was not the fate of Dr. Ueno and his loyal Akita Hachiko.

May 21, 1925 was like any other day for the pair. In the morning, Professor Ueno left Hachiko at Shibuya Station. But when Hachiko returned to Shibuya Station in the evening, his master was nowhere to be found. Though Hachiko waited, Dr. Ueno never showed up.

Dr. Ueno had died from a stroke earlier that day.

Akitas are very loyal dogs and do not bond easily with new people. Hachiko was sent away to another area of Japan where there were relatives of Dr. Ueno's who could take care of him. Because Hachiko had only belonged to Dr. Ueno for a little over a year, they probably hoped that the Akita would make a new family with them. But Hachiko didn't care. He ran away from the family and returned to the train station to wait for his master. The family realized that they couldn't keep the big Akita dog from heading to Shibuya Station everyday, so they gave Hachiko to Dr. Ueno's old gardener who still lived in the area.

Every evening Hachiko would return to Shibuya Station and wait for Dr. Ueno to get off the six-o'clock train. And every day, Hachiko was disappointed. Still, he never missed a day of hoping that his master would return to him.

The commuters noticed the Akita waiting every day at the station. Some of them had known the pair when Dr. Ueno was still alive, and everyone who heard of Hachiko's story was touched. People petted him and gave him food. Months passed, then years. Still Hachiko kept his vigil. A newspaper heard of the dog's story and Hachiko became a Japanese celebrity. To commemorate his loyalty, a statue of the Akita was erected at Shibuya station. Hachiko was even present at the ceremony!

Despite the people's loving intentions, Hachiko basically lived as a stray. He would call no place home except where Dr. Ueno was, and since Dr. Ueno was nowhere, Hachiko had no home. He lived on the street, fought other dogs, and ate scraps and handouts. Hachiko got sick with worms and mange, but because so many people admired him he was given treatment by a veterinarian. Hachiko became an old, scarred dog, with one ear up and one ear down, and no longer looked like the purebred Akita that he was.

It was March, 1935 when Hachiko finally died. The old Akita was found in a Shibuya street. He had waited for his master for almost ten years. Many people were saddened by Hachiko's death, but others say that he was finally at peace and could go with his master wherever it is we go when we die. Hachiko's story of loyalty touched the hearts of many people all over the world. In Japan, his statue at Shibuya Station is still a popular meeting place. There is even a ceremony to remember Hachiko every year on April 8. A Japanese movie, Hachiko Monogatari, was made in 1987 and was considered a smash-hit.

This year, Hachiko will hit the big screen for the second time. The movie stars Richard Gere and is called Hachiko: A Dog's Story. Richard Gere plays the part of Dr. Ueno, and a Japanese Akita named Forest will play the part of Hachiko. Besides Richard Gere, Joan Allen and Jason Alexander will also have parts in the movie. A Dog's Story has some big differences separating it from the true story. For one, the movie is not set in Japan, but in Rhode Island, and in the movie Hachiko is originally a stray. Still, Hachiko: A Dog's Story will touch people's hearts and hopefully inspire them to discover the true story of this loyal Akita dog.


Daffodil International University has started two most exceptional and career oriented major subjects.

One of these two is "MBA Major in Real Estate". Daffodil International University is the pioneer in Real Estate education in Bangladesh. DIU is the only university who introduced Bachelor of Real Estate and MBA (Major in Real Estate) in Bangladesh.  Student who wants to build their career in real estate sector as a employee or as a entrepreneur there is no other educational institution who can provide this opportunity. Also the executives who are giving service in real estate sector, they can sharpen their knowledge and skill by attending this program. 
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Another one is "Textile & Apparel Management & Merchandising". The largest source of economic growth factor of Bangladesh is exporting textiles. Textile industry provides huge employment opportunity. By attending major in Textile & Apparel Management & Merchandising one can have the opportunity to enter this sector. Also the textile engineers can gain the knowledge and skill to implement efficient management, costing techniques.
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Additional information regarding MBA can be found in this link

For admission see this link

Travel / Visit / Tour / Amazon of Bangladesh
« on: November 13, 2012, 05:51:15 PM »
Ratargul swamp forest, a new travel destination of Bangladesh, situated in Sylhet district by the river of Goain. This evergreen forest is getting submerged under 20 to 30 feet water in some part during rainy season.


Convocation / Re: 3rd convocation of DIU
« on: February 28, 2012, 07:29:33 PM »
Really a great arrangement.

Common Forum / Re: Psychology Of Advertisement
« on: November 20, 2011, 07:27:09 PM »
Understanding of consumer psychology makes a person a great marketing person. Consumer Behavior, Marketing Communication, Advertising course is very important for the students who want to build their career in marketing. These courses gives very details of psychology and advertising.

Thanks for sharing Ms Ruksana.

Thanks for sharing this information. Really he is great person.

Common Forum / Re: Find out what kind of Artist you are!!!
« on: November 20, 2011, 07:19:45 PM »
ha ha ha...I am a photo manipulator....funny....thanks for sharing..

Common Forum / Re: World's Largest & Smallest
« on: November 19, 2011, 06:52:05 PM »
World's Smallest Saxophone:

The Soprillo is the world's smallest "piccolo" saxophone, measuring only 12" (30cm) in height (13" including the mouthpiece) and sounding a full octave above the soprano saxophone.

World's Smallest Pancake:


Common Forum / Re: World's Largest & Smallest
« on: November 19, 2011, 06:48:03 PM »
World's Smallest Violin:

Eric Meissner made the world's smallest violin and it measure just 1.5/8 inches long.

World's Smallest Harmonica:

With a dimension of 5 centimeters long by 1.5 centimeters wide, this harmonica is the smallest in the world. It is named "Little Lady" and is made in Germany in the late 1890s.

World's Smallest Harp:

The Nanoharp is a true stringed instrument that plays real music and its carved out of a single crystal of silicon. The strings are actually silicon rods 50 nanometres (nm) in diameter, ranging from about 1,000 to 8,000nm long.


Common Forum / Re: World's Largest & Smallest
« on: November 19, 2011, 06:40:51 PM »
The Smallest Doll In The World:

Photograph taken with a microscope camera and the doll is set beside an English 5p coin for scale.

World's Smallest Guitar:

The Nano-Guitar is 10 micrometers long and each of the six strings are 50 nanometers wide. Its made by Dustin Carr and Harold Craighead of Cornell University's Nanofabrication Facility.

World's Smallest Grand Piano:

The world's smallest grand piano is created by Sega Toys Company and its equipped with a keyboard with a mere 4-milimeter (0.16-inch) wide 88 keys and with an auto-playing function and weighs only 2.5-kilogram (5.5 lb).


Common Forum / Re: World's Largest & Smallest
« on: November 19, 2011, 06:22:20 PM »
World's Smallest Works of Art:

This is the creation of Willard Wigan, his sculptures are so small and tiny that they can be rested even on a pin.

Worlds Smallest Burger, Fries and Soda Meal:

The smallest burger meal isn't something which you can stuff yourself with but they look cute and tiny.

World's Smallest PC:

It's called the Space Cube and its only 2×2x2.2 inches; it's supposed to be the smallest personal computer in the world.

Common Forum / Re: World's Largest & Smallest
« on: November 19, 2011, 06:15:31 PM »
Smallest Teapot In The World:

The mini teapot weighs just 1.4 grams.

World's Smallest Teddy Bears:

German sculptor Bettina Kaminski made the world's smallest teddy bears 5-mm tall Mini-the-Pooh and 3.5-mm tall Micro Ted.

World's Smallest Linux Computer:

The Picotux 100 is the world's smallest Linux computer, only slightly larger than an RJ45 connector.


A leading conservation group has declared the Western Black Rhino of Africa officially extinct and says two other subspecies of rhinoceros are close to meeting the same fate.

The International Union for Conservation of Nature says the Northern White Rhino of central Africa is now "possibly extinct" in the wild and the Javan Rhino "probably extinct" in Vietnam, after poachers killed the last animal there in 2010. A small but declining population survives on the Indonesian island of Java.

IUCN said today that a quarter of all mammals are at risk of extinction, according to its updated Red List of endangered species.

But the group says species such as the Southern White Rhino and the Przewalski's Horse have been brought back from the brink with successful conservation programmes.


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