Historic 7th March Speech Paragraph or 7th March Historical Speech Paragraph is an important paragraph for upcoming JSC, SSC and HSC examination. Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman delivered this Historical Speech on Ramna Racecourse Maydan on 7th March, 1971. It was a Historical day. Recently, UNESCO recognised this "7th March Historical Speech" and now the whole world will know about this most memorable speech. Today, I have given here this most important paragraph for all classes students. I have written this paragraph very easily and shortly. I hope, all the students will be benefited by reading this paragraph. 

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7th March Historical Speech

7th March Speech is regarded as the most historical speech in Bangladesh which was delivered by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on 7th March, 1971 at Ramna Race Course Maydan in Dhaka. About 2 million of people were present there. It was delivered during a period of rising tensions between East Pakistan and the powerful political and military establishment of West Pakistan. In the speech, Rahman proclaimed: “This time, the struggle is for our freedom. This time, the struggle is for our idependence.” The speech inspired the Bangalees to prepare for a war of independence amid widespread reports of armed mobilization by West Pakistan and he called upon all Bangalees of then East Pakistan to launch a significant struggle against the Pakistani occupation forces indicating for taking all-out preparations for the War of Liberation. , the speech effectively declared the independence of Bangladesh. The speech composes a faithful documentation of how the failure of post-colonial nation-states to develop inclusive, democratic society alienates their population belonging to different ethnic, cultural, linguistic or religious groups. The speech of 7th March has inspired the whole nation to take part in liberation war and free our country from the enemy. At the same way, this speech has touched the soul of every Bangladeshi and even after 1971 this speech has encouraged and guided us to build up our nation. Really, it was an eye-opening declaration for the nation. It’s a matter of great pride for us that UNESCO has recognized the speech and so now the whole world will know about the historic speech.

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Bangabandhu Satellite   

A satellite is an artificial abject which has been intentionally placed into orbit.The Bangabandhu satellite -1 is the first Bangladeshi geostationary communications and Broadcasting satellite. It was manufactured by Thales Alenia Space and launched on 11 May 2018 .Bangladesh Government formed a Government-owned Bangladesh Communication Satellite Company Limited, BCSCL with the aim to operate the Bangabandhu Satellite-1. The launch made Bangladesh the 57th nation in the world and fourth in South Asia after India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka to own a satellite. Bangabandhu-1 satellite carries a total of 40 transponders (26 KU-band and 14 C-band transponders) with a capacity of 1600 MHz. In the outer section of the satellite the red-green flag of Bangladesh is painted and on the flag, there is written “Bangabandhu-1” in English and Bangla. There is also a monogram of the government of Bangladesh. The Bangabandhu-1 satellite weighs 3,500. In BS-1 The priority satellite applications are (1) Direct to Home (DTH) (2) VSAT (3) Backhaul and Trucking (4) Network Restoration (5) Disaster Preparedness and relief. For these sectors, Bangladesh was depended on foreign satellites. Which costs us around 14M per year. This Huge cost will be avoided and moreover, by renting some frequency broadband, we will earn a sufficient amount. The Primary Service Area (PSA): Once launched, Bangabandhu-1 will save this annual cost, and bring in foreign currency by leasing out half its capacity to SAARC nations, as well as countries like Indonesia, the Philippines, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan if the frequencies are properly coordinated. The telecom regulator hopes to break even in seven years. The satellite will narrow the digital divide, as it will help take broadcast and telecom services to rural areas and allow the launch of some lucrative ventures like direct-to-home services throughout the country. Bangabandhu Satellite1’s mission is expected to last at least 15 years.

Folk Music Paragraph 

Any mode created by the combined touch of tune, voice and dance may be called music . Therefore, the combination of folk song, folk tune and folk dance is called folk music. In short, folk music is the song,tune and dance of particular community of a particular region which is still uninfluenced by any modern musical instruments or classical rules. Folk song may be of different characteristics. It is broadly divided into religious and secular groups. Sub-division of folk song are many such as- Bhatiyali, Bhawaiya, zari, sari, kabigaan, Baul song. Murshidi and Marfati which are the varieties of folk music found in our country. Some songs are on love, some are on separation. Culture, festival, natural beauty, river, rural and riverine life - are the major theme and subject matters ot folk songs. Some song are to be sung by men and some song are to be sung by women. Bangladesh has a rich heritage of folk music with different varieties in different regions. may be the region or type, Bhatiyali is the most popular and widely sung song. The common instruments used in the folk music of Bangladesh are ektara, dotara, sitar, harmonium etc. Folk music greatly influences our life and culture. But it is sorrowful matter that profane western music sometimes influences our folk music. Besides, folk music is being sung by Western instruments disfiguring the main tune of folk music. Now it is high time, we sang our folk music with our traditional instruments keeping the original tune of folk music intact.

Rohingya Crisis Paragraph

The Rohingya people are a stateless Indo-Aryan-speaking Rakhaine state of Myanmar. They are the minority group of Myanmar. The majority of them are Muslim the minority are Hindu.Recently they had been attacked by the army of Myanmar. There are approximately 1 million people lived in Rakhaine before the recent crisis. The UN reported that about 625,000 had crossed the border of Myanmar to save their life by entering into Bangladesh. The government of Bangladesh helps them save from them the outrage of Myanmar Army. citizenship law 1982 of Myanmar cancelled the probability of becoming citizen of them. That's why they are enforced by the Myanmar government to tolerate different types of neglecting outraged. The Myanmar army enforces to leave their own cultivating lands. The Myanmar army give this lands to local Buddhists. They can not go one from another part of this country, besides they are restricted from government education,medic ins rather they have to duty as guards,workers under the Myanmar army once a week. are one of the most neglected ethnic group in the world. Though they are indigenous group but they are unrecognised group of Myanmar government. Finally, the government of Bangladesh is trying to back them to Myanmar with help of UN.