educational theories

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Educational Theories and Practices from the Majority World This book counters this Western ethnocentrism and suggests some means to fight it. The Western perspective stems from a minority and it


My Personal Opinion on Legalizing Marijuana in the U.S

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19 Oct 2018 Legalization of Marijuana also known as cannabis in U.S. has been not only a contemporary but also a controversial issue. However, twenty-four states have legalized the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes with recreational use legalized only in Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, Washington, and the District of Columbia. In my opinion, which I […]


7 Most Awful War Operations in History

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20 Aug 2018 Throughout history, bad weather, insufficient weaponry, and bad luck played an important role in winning or losing battles. In normal life, overconfidence, carelessness, and momentary lapses in judgment can result in pretty bad consequences. The same applies to battlefields where consequences can be catastrophic. One mistake can change the world or put millions […]





CROSSING THE LINES: KASHMIR, PAKISTAN, INDIA

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20 Jul 2004 Alliance for a Secular and Democratic South Asia and PAKSMIT (Pakistani Students at MIT) present CROSSING THE LINES: KASHMIR, PAKISTAN, INDIA   July 20, at 7:00 MIT Room 3-270 A story of people at war over borders and boundaries by Pervez Hoodbhoy and Zia Mian Produced for the Eqbal Ahmad Foundation, 2004 […]


Kazi Nazrul Islam Death Anniversary

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28 Aug 2004 The poet’s message is poignant in light of the increasing violence and intolerance in Bangladesh. The effect of the breakdown of law and order fall on all sectors of the population but disproportionately on the marginalized and weaker, such as Hindus and Ahmadiyas. The recent attack by grenades on a densely populated […]


Despair and Hope: Crisis in Bangladesh? (Forum Oct 2004)

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9 Oct 2004 The Alliance for a Secular and Democratic South Asia invites you to A Forum Despair and Hope: Crisis in Bangladesh? Central Square Cambridge Public Library Lewis Conference Room Saturday October 9th, 3-5pm An attack by grenades on a densely populated mass rally in Dhaka in August of this year left 20 dead […]