The natural environment encompasses all living and non-living things occurring naturally, meaning in this case not artificial. The term is most often applied to the Earth or some parts of Earth. This environment encompasses the interaction of all living species, climate, weather and natural resources that affect human survival and economic activity.  The concept of the natural environment can be distinguished as components:
Complete ecological units that function as natural systems without massive civilized human intervention, including all vegetation, microorganisms, soil, rocks, atmosphere, and natural phenomena that occur within their boundaries and their nature.
Universal natural resources and physical phenomena that lack clear-cut boundaries, such as air, water, and climate, as well as energy, radiation, electric charge, and magnetism, not originating from civilized human actions.
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A picture can be seen. And this is a picture of a vegetable market. And this picture market is located in Maghbazar of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. And in this one year this market is a market of high quality and it is a market of huge size and people of all classes come here to market. And this picture shows that there is a lot of cold in this raw market and these vegetables are different types like eggplant, potato, spinach, potato, sweet potato, kachu, red bean, banana, icchi, carrot, kumra, lai,
Cauliflower, Cauliflower T-shirts etc. are available in the vegetable garden. And the thing is a kid of really high quality is seen here in a lot of people’s markets.
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Ahad Ali, an old man from Dangapara village in Natore Sadar upazila. His wife died a decade ago. On Wednesday night, he married Amena Begum, an old woman from the same village. Amena's husband died about 10 years ago. Both have sons and daughters and grandchildren. They were also present at the wedding. Ananda Utsav is going on in the village around the marriage of two elders.
According to the villagers, Ahad Ali had been living alone in a tin house for almost a decade after his wife died. He has a separate family of four sons and three daughters. They do not do much research. He made a living by selling drinks and cigarettes. He is a smiling man. He did not agree to talk about second marriage for so many days. Suddenly, at the request of the villagers, he agreed to marry Amena Begum, wife of his late younger brother Tulu Mandal. Amena has two daughters. After marriage, they went to their father-in-law's house.
According to the villagers, Ahad-Amena's children and grandchildren got married in the presence of the villagers on Wednesday night. Marriage denomination is 50 thousand 650 rupees. Ahad gave a nose flower worth Tk 650 to the bride at the wedding. When they were returning home after the marriage, joyous festivities were going on in the village. Hundreds of people joined the event even though they were not invited. Many people have been flocking to their homes since Thursday morning to see the newlyweds. Many sat next to them and took pictures. Beauvais were being organized outside the house. The villagers themselves became enterprising and organized the bouvat. Eat and drink at night.
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Reader Russell thinks that the small ethnic groups living in the highlands should be called tribes, not indigenous peoples. "They came to Bangladesh from Myanmar during the British rule, there is still history, so they are not indigenous to Bangladesh," he said.
And Saimum Rahman Sajib insists, "They must be tribes, because they come from Burma." He refuses to call them indigenous.
However, according to Fahim Almas, "the brutal treatment of tribal refugees from Myanmar living in the highlands is angering the people of Bangladesh day by day, and if it explodes, the refugees will be responsible." And these people from Myanmar can be considered as 'refugees
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As a result of the Supreme Court's February 13 ruling on the Forest Rights Act, 2020, millions of indigenous peoples and people living in the jungles for centuries have been evicted from their homes and deprived of their livelihoods. Adding the number of evictions to the nearly 20 million indigenous and poor people who have been evicted from mines, reservoirs, roads, forests and land in the past, it is difficult to estimate the huge number. Notably, more than 14 million indigenous and poor people have been evicted in the last one decade, despite the existence of land protection laws in the state as a constitutional safeguard and in Jharkhand with laws like the Chhotanagpur Tenancy Act and the Santal Pargana Tenancy Act. Of deep concern is the fact that notices of eviction of tribals and forest dwellers are being issued in various states in the wake of this situation and millions of families are facing extreme danger. If these people living in the lineage are evicted from the land, they will lose their livelihood, culture and will be uprooted.
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The main road from Satkhira to Asashuni via Kola-Ghola has become unusable. This road is likely to be tendered in August / September. The Satkhira Roads and Urban Development Department has informed that the work will start within the next 3/4 months. If the 42 km road is renovated at a cost of Tk 84 crore, the public will be happy with Asashuni's business and commerce. Most of the 42 km stretch of road, which has been in a state of disrepair for a long time due to lack of repairs, is now a death trap. At present thousands of people use this road to travel to different parts of the country including Asashuni, Kaliganj, Shyamnagar and Satkhira districts. Passenger buses, minibuses, trucks, Nachimon, Karimon, rented motorbikes and other vehicles ply on the road. Some of the important installations along the road include Asashuni Bus Stand, Haribhanga Bazar and Matsyet, Mahishkud Matsyet, Naktara
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Although Sonali Ash is well known for its use as jute sacks and sacks, jute saris, shoe to bed covers, cushion covers, sofa covers, blankets, curtains, table runners, table mats, carpets, dormats, chess pieces, blazers, fatwa waistcoats, so-pieces and household items There is an opportunity to use a variety of jute products. Entrepreneurs are also coming forward seeing the potential of this sector. As a result, the entrepreneurs of this sector think that the lost glory of jute will come back again.
At one time the economy of Bangladesh was mainly dependent on jute and jute products. Most of the export income was earned from this jute. However, many jute mills were shut down during the BNP government. There are also allegations that this was done in consultation with the World Bank. But the World Bank set up 10 jute mills in India with financial assistance. So it is clear that there was an international conspiracy against the jute industry in Bangladesh. However, the present government is doing all kinds of work to recover the jute industry from those conspiracies.
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