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Common Forum / Most beautiful rivers around the world
« on: July 23, 2013, 01:35:34 PM »
1.Cano Cristales River – River Of Rainbow, Northern Colombia

Cano Cristales River also called River of Rainbow located in northern Colombia present truly gem in this wild and beautiful country.
Its around 100 km long and 20 meter wide . It is hard to reach this destination , you have to fly by plain there to Macarena and then by boat trough unmarked jungle to find this river of colors, but if you are persistent enough you want regret it when you see this joy to eyes .

Common Forum / The most beautiful bridge in the world.
« on: June 30, 2013, 10:13:19 AM »
Ever since the dawn of time man has been trying to cross things – oceans, mountains, deserts. It’s in our blood. Of course those are far bigger than anything we’ll see today. Crossing a river with a bridge can’t be all that exciting.

1.The Falkirk Wheel, Scotland

Their is more to this bridge than it’s very futuristic design. This is the worlds first and only boat lift! That’s right, the structure can actually rotate 180 degrees and is equipped with two locks which have 168 m long tunnels that emerge at the ends of the 2 wheels. Boats at the bottom sail into these tunnels, the structure then rotates, lifting the boats up to the top of the canal. The bridges unique way of connect the canals and transporting boats makes it an exceptional feat of modern engineering.

Be a Business man/woman / 8 leson of Leadership of Nelson Mendela.
« on: May 18, 2013, 11:00:41 AM »
Nelson Mandela has always felt most at ease around children, and in some ways his greatest deprivation was that he spent 27 years without hearing a baby cry or holding a child's hand. Last month, when I visited Mandela in Johannesburg — a frailer, foggier Mandela than the one I used to know — his first instinct was to spread his arms to my two boys. Within seconds they were hugging the friendly old man who asked them what sports they liked to play and what they'd had for breakfast. While we talked, he held my son Gabriel, whose complicated middle name is Rolihlahla, Nelson Mandela's real first name. He told Gabriel the story of that name, how in Xhosa it translates as "pulling down the branch of a tree" but that its real meaning is "troublemaker."

Common Forum/Request/Suggestions / Butterflies...............
« on: May 08, 2013, 11:58:06 AM »
From the very beginning of our life we always get startled by the stunning beauty of the butterflies. In the childhood days we all want either to fly like a butterfly or to touch them. After all they are the most beautiful gifts of God to our planet earth. So let’s know about them more and enjoy their indispensable charm and innocence.

There are different type of butterflies

Fast Food / Recipe of pani puri or fuchka
« on: April 04, 2013, 03:33:04 PM »
Basically pani puris or fuchka are small balls made of flour and semolina, rolled out into very small puris and deep fried to a golden shade, cooled and stored in air tight containers. The hollow puri is slightly crushed on the top and filled with a little each of mashed potatoes, chopped onions and sweet chutney, then dipped in a chilled mint flavored tangy water, and eaten as a whole, in one mouthful. As you savor the pani puri, you can literally feel the explosion of flavors in your mouth, an assortment of crisp, tangy, spicy tastes.


1/4 cup maida/all-purpose flour

2 tbsps urad dal flour

1 1/2 cups ravva/semolina/sooji (very fine variety)

1 tbsp oil or ghee

salt to taste

water for kneading

oil for deep frying

1 Combine all the mentioned ingredients (except oil for deep frying), adding water slowly and make a dough. Leave aside covered with damp cloth for 30 mts. (very imp step)
2 While the dough is resting. (i) Prepare the pani (water) required for the puchka. (ii) Boil two potatoes, peel and mash. Combine the mashed potato with little salt and red chilli pwd and keep aside until use. (iii) Chop a large onion finely and keep aside until use.
3 Knead the dough again. Pinch off some dough and make very small balls. Roll out small thin rotis, using the rim of a container to cut out the round shape.
4 Heat enough oil for deep frying in a heavy bottomed vessel. It should be on medium high (the oil should not be piping hot) and once its hot, slide few rotis into the hot oil and using the back of the ladle, press in the center and along the edges and you will find it will puff. Flip over and fry the other side till light golden brown. Don’t fry too much as it will turns too dark. Remove on to absorbent paper.
5 Cool and store in an air tight container and use when required.

Note: Ensure the oil is hot enough before frying the puri. If the oil is not hot enough, the roti will absorb a lot of oil. If made ahead of time, lightly warm in oven for 3-4 mts before serving. Ensure to roll out very think puris. And use very fine sooji.

Nutrition and Food Engineering / Re: Health benefit of Aloe vera.
« on: March 11, 2013, 03:31:31 PM »
Aloe vera
A member of the lily family, the aloe vera plant has been known for its medicinal properties for more then 4,000 years. Aloe vera is a stemless or very short-stemmed succulent plant growing to 60–100 cm (24–39 in) tall, spreading by offsets. The leaves are thick and fleshy, green to grey-green, with some varieties showing white flecks on the upper and lower stem surfaces. The margin of the leaf is serrated and has small white teeth. The flowers are produced in summer on a spike up to 90 cm (35 in) tall, each flower being pendulous, with a yellow tubular corolla 2–3 cm (0.8–1.2 in) long.

Common Forum/Request/Suggestions / Traffic jam in Dhaka city.
« on: September 24, 2012, 09:56:44 AM »
Dhaka is a mega city. More than twelve million people live here. Day by day the number is increasing and most part of Dhaka is badly affected by the population growth. More than 7 hundred thousand rickshaws ply the city road, but only 75 thousand have legal number. This huge number of rickshaws is creating traffic jam. From time to time attempts are made to reduce the number, but the initiative usually produces no results. The number of rickshaw pullers is huge. Almost there are no roads or street or lane free from traffic jam.

Be a Business man/woman / Tips to become a successful Businessman.
« on: September 17, 2012, 10:22:08 AM »
To be a successful Businessman some tips are very useful. These are given below-

1. Believe in Himself/herself

Being an entrepreneur is a lot more risky than the conventional job routine. There is no regular salary; you have to find customers on your own. Marketing your product/service and financing the project are also of concern. I noticed that most entrepreneurs use a combination of due diligence and gut instincts while evaluating their product/service. They are good at spotting a need in the market and then backing themselves up to believe that their idea can fill that void.

Lesson one -- Believe in your idea. Never underestimate what you can do. You may surprise yourself.

Common Forum/Request/Suggestions / The most beautiful birds in world,
« on: September 16, 2012, 10:59:05 AM »

1. The Rainbow Lorikeet

The Rainbow Lorikeet is very colourful – almost every colour of the rainbow can be found on their feathers. Lorikeets are parrots from Australasia, which can be found found on many Pacific islands, and are common along the eastern seaboard of Australia and Tasmania. Usually found in rainforest, coastal bush and woodland areas, they are one of the most visually attractive birds in the world.

Common Forum/Request/Suggestions / Most Beautiful Flower in the world
« on: August 17, 2012, 11:43:33 AM »
Flower is the most beautiful creation of Allah.
Here are some picture of beautiful flower

1.Cherry Blossom

The unofficial flower of Japan, the spectacular display of blossoms that arrive in the spring are celebrated by festivals both in Japan and the U.S. The most popular colors are white and pink. They are beautiful while on the trees and remain a stunning sight even after carpeting the ground.

Person / Sabur Khan
« on: July 30, 2012, 04:53:30 PM »
Md. Sabur Khan
মোঃ সবুর খান
Born   23 January 1965 (age 47)
Baburhat, Chandpur, Bangladesh

Nationality    Bangladesh

Ethnicity   Bengali

Education   Jahangirnagar University

Alma mater
Jahangirnagar University alumni

Occupation   Chairman BOT Daffodil International University & Daffodil Group, Businessperson

Religion   Islam

After graduation from Jahangirnagar University, Md. Sabur Khan[1] entered the business world, specializing in education and IT, and established the Daffodil Group.[2] He has had various positions heading and running the Daffodil Group as it changed and expanded over the years. In connection to his business, he has held membership and leadership in various Chambers of Commerce and business owners' groups. Additionally, he has worked with international committees to expand the roles of cooperation between governments and to improve Bangladesh's business ties with other countries in Asia and Europe.

He worked as director of the Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI),[3] immediate Past President of the Bangladesh Computer Samity (BCS),[4] Member of Prime Minister ICT Task Force,[5]BASIS,[6] BCS Computer City (IDB) founding,[7] Student leader during his University life, etc. He has lot of other representations in various Social, Cultural and Business organizations. In recognition to his outstanding service towards the nation, he already has attained awards, rewards and Gold medals above 100 from various national & international organizations.

A Successful Businessman

While he started small in the computer industry, beginning with desktop publishing, computer training and importing computers. Currently he owns and manages the Daffodil Computers Ltd. He has expanded business connections between Bangladesh and other countries. Other projects include collaborating with the Bangladesh government on the Computerized Seat Reservation and Ticketing Project for Bangladesh Railway from 2001 to 2007.

As the BCS President

In 2002, he was elected President of Bangladesh Computer Samity (BCS); he had been the Joint Secretary in 1996-97. He established BCS's new offices, organized the 2002 BCS Fair and expanded it into its current size and facility. BCS joined the World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA), participated in the Asian-Oceanian Computing Industry Organization (ASOCIO) [8] events.
He represented BCS at the WITSA Conference, Adelaide, Australia, in 2002. He represented the company at WCIT in 2003. Mr. Khan helped establish the Ministry of Science and ICT, in 2002. Khan led the BCS team in a campaign to withdraw the VAT to the IT field, imposed by Parliament in 1996-97 and in 2002. He enlisted 30 people for a free scholarship from the Association for Overseas Technical Scholarship (AOTS), Japan in 2003.

ITC EMDS team member

ITC[9]/UNCTAD[10]/WTO[11] appointed him as their national representative of EMDS/ITC/UNCTAD through ECI in May 2004 where he joined with ITC EMDS team & participated to the Geneva E-Bridge Network, later on, in Philippine 2005, in Egypt in 2007, and so on.

In 2012, the Trade Bridge seminar was held from June 4 to June 12, 2012 in Istanbul. Khan represented the Bangladesh Delegation team. This Bridge[12] is one of the largest gatherings of World Business L name="_GoBack"aders. About 140 countries of the world participated in this world Trade Bridge[13][14][15]. Every year, the Turkish Confederation of Businessmen and Industrialists (TUSKON) with the support of Prime Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Turkish Exporters Assembly, Istanbul Chamber of Commerce, and Istanbul Export Center hold “Turkey World Trade Bridge” seminar since 2005. This year about 20 Bangladeshi Businessmen from different prominent companies and government high officials of Bangladesh Delegation were teamed up by Turkey Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TBCCI).

According to Mr. Khan, to open a new horizon of economic ties between these two countries, business communities should look forward. In fact, Bangladesh can be an attractive investment destination for Turkish investor to invest, while Turkey can be a proper source for agricultural products, machineries & technology for Bangladeshi business community. Bangladesh has comparative advantages for foreign direct investments over its neighbors China & India due to manifold facts.

Be a Business man/woman / Great Leaders from history
« on: July 29, 2012, 10:30:13 AM »
Leadership has been defined as a process through which a person influences and motivates others to get involved in accomplishment of a particular task. This single definition, although universally accepted, fails to define the particular paths and ways of people who are deemed as great leaders. All great leaders had something unique about them and yet they were bound by greatness that helped them to lead masses to innovation and new ideologies. Since the oldest times known to men, masses have been led by efficient leaders. Such men and women have been responsible for ushering their people into a new and more modern world as we know of it now. Although times have changed, the contributions of these great leaders cannot be forgotten and although practices and ways of doing things have changed as well, the ways of these great leaders cannot be overlooked. What made them great might still be applicable in today’s day and age.

Allah: My belief / Most Beautiful Mosques In The World
« on: July 17, 2012, 02:36:29 PM »
Mosque is a Holy place for Muslims.  It refers to its Arabic name – Masjid. A Mosjid is a place for worship for all the followers of Islam.

Masjid al-Haram (The Holy Mosque) – Saudi Arabia

Public Health / How to lead a healthy life.
« on: July 17, 2012, 01:09:58 PM »
1.Healthy food is essential. You are what you eat, so if you eat healthy, you are healthy. If you're just starting to have a healthy lifestyle. What is a healthy food?

•Food that is low in fat content is good. Unless that fat is poly-unsaturated, mono-unsaturated, or omega 3. These are some of the good fats. Some of the bad fats are trans and saturated fats. These fats raise LDL cholesterol, which is the bad cholesterol. The good fats lower our LDL cholesterol and raise our HDL cholesterol, which is the good cholesterol.

•Low sugar content is another plus. Sucrose is the bad kind of sugar. Glucose is the good kind of sugar. Both are sugar, so both are classified as sugar, on the label. For example, raisins that don't have sugar added still have a lot of sugar, but it's a naturally occurring sugar, fructose. Any ingredient on a food label ended with "ose" is a type of sugar.

You need to know / 10 of the World's Most Luxurious Houses
« on: June 06, 2012, 10:42:23 AM »
1. Antilla, Mumbai - The first Billion dollar home

Mukesh Ambani, the fifth richest man in the world and head of the Mumbai based petrochemical giant Reliance Industries is estimated to be worth somewhere in the region of $43 billion. The vast variation of materials to be used in its build has tremendously added to its overall cost. The meticulous planning that has gone into this architectural design is astounding and once the 27 -story tower is built it will certainly become a spectacular site for all eyes. Hirsch Bedner Associates are the designers behind this project.

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