Priya Islam Fatihah Thank you for being so good mam.

 To some she is the second Mother Teresa of Calcutta, to some she is the goddess of meeting, to some she is the angel.  She is the founder of Priya Islam Fatiha, a prominent international business society in Kolkata.

 His life struggle is an ideal for the new generation.  He is the inspiration of thousands of young people in Kolkata.

 As a child, his father died of leukemia.  They did not have the money or ability to treat their father.  My father was the only earner in their family.  So after the death of his father, Panta used to bring them salt.  Although he was very rich towards his grandfather's house, his mother did not take any help from his grandfather's house for fear of self-respect.  His mother used to make a living with a sewing machine.  But if he played one day, he could not eat another.

 The mother of their family with three members of the family is the younger brother and he.  Seeing the plight of the family, at the age of five, he started cleaning plates in a small restaurant, earning fifteen rupees a day, as well as studying.  That's how he started spending the day.

 After passing secondary school, he went home and started tuition and also got a job in an NGO.  One day he went to teach at a student's house and found a sari factory.  He bought sari from Karta at wholesale price and started supplying sari at various cloth shops including Kalighat at a profit of 30 rupees.  On the first day, he sold sari for 100 rupees and earned 3 thousand rupees.  From then on, the path of business life started.  Meanwhile, he did his D.B.A. in Business from Calcutta University.  Doctorate.Today, he is the third of the top ten ranked businessmen in Kolkata to climb the ladder of success over time.  His business has spread abroad.  He is the founder of Foman Group of India Limited.  And his younger brother is a history lecturer at the University of Sydney, Australia The amount of his property is such that he has to pay government tax of Rs 160 crore every year.  It is said that the soil on which he sets foot is transformed into gold.  He earns 600 to 1000 crore Indian rupees every year.  He owns thousands of crores of rupees.  Ordinary people make political leaders their masters and political leaders make them their masters.  He kept the voice of protest against the injustice of all the parties and the opposition.  His influence from the country to the foreign ministry.Now the question may be what does he do with so much power and money?
He runs five ashrams, three old age homes and two children's ashrams.  He has ten schools in different places.  Where disadvantaged students study for free.  There is a hospital named after his father in Siliguri, where he treats poor people for free.  He is the foremost in all the developmental work of the temple from the mosque.  This time Amfane donated Rs 100 crore to the state ministry.  He is the roof over the heads of hundreds of poor and helpless people.  Has employed thousands of young people.  I also work in his company.  He does not want to come to the media even if he wants different media.  He extended the hand of humanity among the helpless people like himself.

 We did not see the first Mother Teresa but the second Mother Teresa is our dear sister.
Aparupa Sajek Valley or Sajek Valley is located in Baghaichhari Upazila on the Mizoram border of India in the far north of #Rangamati district which is now a popular travel destination for tourists of all ages especially nature lovers and adventurers.  Sajek is a union with an area of ​​602 sq km which is the largest union in Bangladesh.  There are two neighborhoods in this union called ‘#Ruilui’ and ‘#Konlak’.  The two local neighborhoods are named after two hills - Ruilui, which is 1620 feet above sea level and Kalanka, which is 1800 feet above sea level.  Stigma is the highest peak of Sajak.  The Sajek Valley is named after the Sajek River which originates from the Karnafuli River.  Sajek Valley is called the roof of Rangamati.  Sajeke is inhabited by Lusai, Pangkhoa and Tripura tribes.  The village of Kalank Para, on the last frontier of the Sajak Valley, is home to the Lusai people.  From this village one can see the Lusai hills of India, the source of the river Karnafuli.
 You will be thrilled to see the rows of green hills and white clouds in Sajek.  Sometimes you will suddenly feel hot and soon you will be surrounded by a thick cloud of fog.  Clouds will cool your body.  Here one can observe different forms of nature on the same day.  You will be mesmerized by the natural scenery of Sajek and the flying clouds in the mountains.  The sunrise in the morning and the sunset in the afternoon from Sajeke Helipad give the tourists a unique gift of beauty.  In the kingdom of the stars in the cloudless sky of the night, you have no choice but to get lost.  You can go to Sajak at any time of the year.  However, in the rainy season, autumn and winter, the intoxicants of the warm embrace of the mountains are seen more with the clouds of Sajek.
 Although Sajek is located in Rangamati district, its distance from #Khagrachhari district is less and transportation is good.  Its distance in Khagrachari is 60 km and from Dighinala it is 40 km.  It is to be noted here that if you want to go to Sajek, you have to get permission from Baghaihat Police and Army Camp.  Sajeke has a number of high quality resorts and restaurants for accommodation and meals.
The third phase of the project agreement with Norway to develop the shipbreaking industry in Bangladesh. Older ships that have expired are broken down and their rods and steel are reused.  But breaking a ship is a very risky job.  Because old ships contain a variety of toxic substances that are harmful to the human body.  So the engineers engaged in the shipbreaking industry, the developed countries use more advanced technology to ensure the health protection of the workers.  But developing countries have lagged behind in this technology, but now they are also trying to break the ship using many advanced technologies.  Following this, an agreement has been signed between the Government of Bangladesh and Norway.
 On July 24, the International Maritime Organization (IMO), Norway and the Government of Bangladesh signed another agreement for the third time on an environmentally safe shipbreaking project.  According to the agreement, Norway has pledged িয়ন 1.5 million to further develop Bangladesh's shipbreaking industry. Note that the contract for the SENSREC project was successfully implemented in the first phase in 2015-16 and in the second phase in 2016-20, with Norway financing and cooperating in both phases.  With additional funding, the third phase of the project will be implemented in 18 months starting from November 2020. According to the agreement, the focus will be on improving the quality and capacity of Bangladesh's ship recycling through compliance with the Hong Kong Convention.  In addition, specific technical assistance will be provided to the Government of Bangladesh for the management, storage and disposal of hazardous wastes.

 Norway's Ambassador to Bangladesh Sidsell Blaken said that our censorship project has already made significant progress for the commitment and achievement of government authorities as well as Bangladesh's recycling industry.

 He added, “We are happy to assist Bangladesh and thank the IMO for their important role in this project.  Through the IMO, we will continue to support Bangladesh's efforts to develop the ship recycling industry and the country's economy. "

 The agreement was signed by Norwegian Ambassador Mrs. Blaken and IMO Secretary-General Kitak Lim.

 Thanking the Norwegian government for their generous contribution, Mr Lim said, "Continuing this project will greatly increase Bangladesh's national capacity as a result of safe and environmentally recycled ships."

 Note that the impact of the shipbreaking industry on the global economic market is very strong.  At present, the global market of 40 trillion is open.  Developing countries are focusing on this industry day by day to capture this market.  Bangladesh has brought this industry forward in tandem with India.  We are currently the leader in the ship breaking industry.  Belgium's 'The NGO Shipbreaking Platform' Bangladesh topped the list for the second time in a report in February.  According to the report, in 2019, the highest number of ships in the world was wrecked in Bangladesh.  In that year, Bangladesh imported 236 ships from the international market for scrapping, which is 20.41 percent more than in 2016.  Even before this, 2004-2009, during these five years, Bangladesh was in the first place in the world in ship breaking.  Our competitors in this industry in the world are India, Pakistan, China and Turkey.  80% of the world's ships are wrecked in the developing countries of Asia.

 There are about 120 ship breaking yards along the coast of Chittagong.  This has created a lot of employment and about 50,000 people are directly involved in this industry.  On the other hand, about 100,000 people are indirectly involved in this industry.  Most of these huge working people came from the poverty stricken areas of the country.  The local rod and steel market in our country is totally dependent on this industry.  80% of the country's steel demand comes from this industry.  Tachara ships and almost everything inside the ship are recyclable.


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