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Paragraph : Food Adulteration : For Class 9 to 12

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  Food Adulteration Food is the fuel of human being. We the human being cannot live without food. To lead a happy life, we must have good food. We cannot think of our survival on earth without food. But it is a matter if great concern that some unscrupulous food businessmen are selling adulterated food. They are using/mixing different types of chemicals in fruits, vegetables, edible oil, meat, fishes, milk products, baby foods, etc. so that they look fresh. These chemicals are very much harmful for the human body. The main cause of food adulteration is the greed and immortality of the businessmen. Human life had no importance to them. After research it is found that most of the foods are being adulterated extremely. The harmful chemicals, the dishonest businessmen use are, DDT, Aldrin, formalin, carbide etc. Adulterated foods are seriously detrimental/harmful to our health. By eating adulterated foods, we fall victim to many incurable diseases like, cancer kidney failure, lever damag

Paragraph : Dengue Fever : For Class 9 to 12

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  Dengue Fever Dengue fever is a viral disease that is caused by mosquito bites. There are so many types of mosquitos in nature. Among them, Aedes is one. Aedes mosquitos are responsible for the transmission of the dengue virus. The main symptom of the dengue virus is a strong fever. The other symptoms are severe headache, pain behind the eyes, nausea, vomiting, pains in muscles and joints of limbs, rash, etc. The dengue virus can easily spread from people to mosquitos and from mosquitos to people. If an uninfected mosquito bites a person who is infected by the dengue virus, the mosquito becomes infected. And, now if this infected mosquito bites another uninfected person, he/she will be become infected by the dengue virus. And this is the way of spreading the dengue virus. After getting infected by the dengue virus, it takes 4-10 days to show the symptoms. Whenever symptoms are seen, the person will have a high fever along with some other symptoms. Before the fever reaches the severe

Paragraph : Nakshi Kantha : For Class 8

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  Nakshi Kantha Nakshi kantha is a beautiful embroidered quilt of Bangladeshi origin. It is a traditional trend of Bangladeshi culture. The name “Nakshi Kantha” was derived from the Bangla word naksha that means artistic pattern. The famous poet Jasimuddin wrote the poem “Nakshi Kanthar Matth” in 1929 and since then the word nakshi kantha became famous. This traditional craft is famous for its beautiful and artistic embroidery. Making nakshi kantha is an art and this art has been practiced for centuries in our country. It is a great symbol of our rural culture and tradition. Old or new colourful saree and thread are used to make this beautiful nakshi kantha. Mymensingh, Jamalpur, Faridpur, Rajshahi, Bogura and Jessore are most famous for this craft. Village women prepare this in their free time by using needle, thread and saree. They have great skill to do this job. They stitch every single nakshi kantha with love and sincerity. By making and selling nakshi kantha they can earn extra

Paragraph : A Moonlit Night : For Classes 9 to 12

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  A Moonlit Night In a moonlit night the full moon shines in the sky. The surrounding environment floods with the amazing light of the full moon. A moonlit night is really charming and attractive. We can enjoy a moonlit night if the sky is clear. If there is cloud in the sky, we cannot enjoy the moonlit night. A Moonlit Night soothes our heart. The moon looks like a silver disc on a moonlit night. It seems the whole area is bathing through the amazing light of the moon. The water bodies like canals, rivers, ponds, lakes sparkle with the beautiful light of the moon. People enjoy a moonlit night very much. Rural boys and girls play different types of rural games on a moonlit night. On the other hand, urban boys and girls arrange BBQ parties on their rooftop. Generally, people go to bed late on a moonlit night as they enjoy the beauty of the moonlit night. They pass their time gossiping. This is a great amusement for them. Having a walk on the riverside or on the lakeside is really plea

Paragraph : Mobile phone : For Class 9 to 12

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  Abuses of Mobile Phone/ Mobile phone/ Uses & Abuses of Mobile Phone Mobile phone is a portable electronic device. By using mobile phones, we can communicate with others across the globe within a moment. It is an ultra-modern and very important medium of communication. Through mobile phone, we not only can talk but also send and receive text messages. For calling and for sending text we have to pay the mobile operator. But for receiving calls and getting text we need not pay. The mobile phone is one of the greatest inventions of modern science. A modern man cannot pass a single day without mobile phone. Nowadays, mobile phones are really smart and that’s why it is called smartphone. With the help of smartphones, we can use internet, watch TV, play games, listen to radio and music, go through newspapers and browse different essential websites. Students and teachers use mobile phone for their studies. They can connect with each other for their online classes by using mobile phones

Paragraph : A Tea Stall : For Class 9 to 12

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  A Tea Stall A tea stall is a common scene in our society. We find tea stalls everywhere. Tea stalls are seen in cities, towns, bazaars, railway stations, bus stations and even on the footpaths. It is common in both rural and urban areas. Prepared tea is sold in a tea store. Different types of tea are served here. Such as Red tea, milk tea, green tea, etc. In some tea stalls, coffee and different types of fruit juice are also served. We also get snacks like biscuits, cakes, chips, banana, bread etc. in a tea stall. A tea stall is a meeting place for tea lovers. They gather at a tea stall, take tea and raise a storm over a cup of tea. A typical tea stall is not usually clean. A kettle is always kept hot on the stove of a tea stall to serve hot tea to the customers. The tea stall owner opens his stall very early in the morning and closes at late night. In Bangladesh, a tea stall is a very popular place. People from all walks of life come to a tea stall to enjoy tea. At the time of enj

Paragraph : May Day : For class 9 to 12

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  May Day May Day is a historical day for the working people. First May is called May Day. May Day is the international workers day and also an international holiday. May Day commemorates us the historic struggle of workers of Chicago, USA. On March 03, 1886, police fired into a crowd of workers at the MacComic Harvest Machine Company, Chicago and left an undetermined number of workers injured. At that time, factory workers had to work at least 14 to 16 hours a day. In the 1880s, a movement was called for an 8 hours working day by which both the organized and unorganized workers were inspired. They started to take part in different meetings and processions spontaneously to meet their demand. May Day is a symbol of freedom for the workers all over the world. On this day workers all over the world vow to fight against all sorts of oppression. The movement of May Day inspires the workers to be united to realize their demands. Because of the success of the movement of 1886, now the worki