Bangladesh country studies

Bangladesh country studies

Acknowledgments
Preface
Historical Setting
Early History, 1000 B.C.-A.D. 1202
Islamization of Bengal, 1202-1757
European Colonization, 1757-1857
The British Raj
The Uprising of 1857
Reappraisal of British Policy
The Nationalist Movement, 1857-1947
The Division of Bengal, 1905-12
Development of the Muslim League, 1906-20
Two Nations Concept, 1930-47
Pakistan Period, 1947-71
The "Revolution" of Ayub Khan, 1958-66
Emerging Discontent, 1966-70
The War for Bangladeshi Independence, 1971
Birth of Bangladesh
Fall of the Bangabandhu, 1972-75
Restoration of Military Rule, 1975-77
The Zia Regime and Its Aftermath, 1977-82
The Society and Its Environment
Geography
Climate
River Systems
Population
Migration
Population Control
Ethnicity and Linguistic Diversity
Social System
Rural Society
Urban Society
Family, Household, and Kinship
Women's Role in Society
Social Classes and Stratification
Religion
Islam
Early Developments in Islam
Islam in Bangladesh
Hinduism
Buddhism
Christianity
Education
Education System
Religious Education
Role of English and Arabic in Education
Education Planning and Policy
Health
Disease and Disease Control
Health Care Facilities
Medical Education and Training
Medicinal Drugs and Drug Policy
The Economy
The Economy - Historical Perspective
Economic Reconstruction After Independence
Managing the Economy
Government Budget Process
Development Budget
Joint Ventures and Foreign Investment
Bilateral Investment
Money and Banking
The Banking System
Foreign Assistance
Aid Dependence
United Nations
Foreign Governments and Private Donors
Agriculture
Food Crops
Wheat
Other Food Crops
Industrial Crops
Forestry Products
Fisheries
Industry
Ready-Made Garments
Other Industries
Mineral Development
Coal
Electric Power
Biofuels
Technological Advances
Government and Politics
Structure of Government
Legislature
Presidency
Council of Ministers
Judiciary
Civil Service
Local Administration
The Ershad Period
Emerging Opposition, 1983-86
Relaxation of Martial Law, 1986-87
More Opposition Pressure
Political Dynamics
The National Party
Party Politics
Awami League
Bangladesh National Party
Leftist Parties
Islamic Parties
Alliances
Workers and Students
Women in Politics
The Media
Foreign Policy
South and Southeast Asia
Pakistan
China and Other Asian Nations
The Islamic World
The Superpowers
United States
Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand
International Organizations
Bibliography

http://newsfrombangladesh.net/new/
http://www.heritage.org/index/country/bangladesh


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