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Brick field near Dhaka
A part of Villages in the mid 'Jamuna river', the largest river of Bangladesh (near Bangabandhu Bridge)  image -2
A part of Villages in the mid 'Jamuna river', the largest river of Bangladesh (near Bangabandhu Bridge) image -1
International conference on 'Autism Spectrum
Disorders and Development Disabilities
in Bangladesh and South Asia'  Click for details....
Steve Jobs
In touching remarks in 2005, Steve Jobs envisioned how his last years at Apple would come to be his finest. "Remembering that I'll be dead soon is the most important tool I've ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything? all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure? these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important."

Steve Jobs the Short Biography...Click here
A Child and landless Grand mother
Tirail, Baraigram, Natore, Bangladesh
A part of Villages in the mid 'Jamuna river', the largest river of Bangladesh (near Bangabandhu Bridge) 
Brick field near Dhaka
Labours at work to explore in the Turmeric field, Tirail, Baraigram, Natore, Bangladesh
A Child and landless Grand mother
Cat and Calf under domestic umbrella
Lovous Point, T-Bandh (beside the 'Padma' River) Rajshahi, Bangladesh
The Money plant climbing up
Cat and Calf under the domestic Umbrella
Lovous Point, T-Bandh (beside the 'Padma' River) Rajshahi, Bangladesh
Labours at work to explore in the Turmeric field, Tirail, Baraigram, Natore, Bangladesh , image -2
Labours at work to explore in the Turmeric field, Tirail, Baraigram, Natore, Bangladesh,  image -1
The Money plant climbing up
The sea beach of Cox's Bazar
The sea beach of Cox's Bazar
A child enjoy at the sea beach of Cox's Bazar
A child at the sea beach of Cox's Bazar
Foyez Lake, Chittagong
The sea beach of Chittagong
Saint Martin Island (in Bay of Bengal), Bangladesh, image -1
Eighty five yr's old woman at her reguler work
Tirail, Baraigram, Natore, Bangladesh
Eighty five yr's old woman at his reguler work
Children are playing bottom of tree
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Bicycle Driving
A Follower
A child computer operator
A children park in the home
children are playing on the chair
preparation to play
A child is  playing on chair
Child psychology looks at the many influences on the mind and behavior of children