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Synonyms for Bangla

a Magadhan language spoken by the Bengali people


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This movement continued and the Bengali language was given national language status in 1956.
For example, on Jan 30, 1968 a delegation of the association met West Pakistan Minister for Education and Auqaf Khan Mohammad Ali Khan to discuss the issues of allowing (or not) East Pakistani students to write answers to questions in exams in the Bengali language and the construction of an intermediate Bengali college in Karachi.
28 In past Bengali Language Movement became the major component of the force behind the struggle for independence.
An attempt has been made to use the DDC22 available in Bengali language and demonstrates the required mechanisms for system-level integration (Roy, 2014a).
Google has introduced a Knowledge Graph feature in Bengali language on Google Search.
They send their children to learn the Bengali language, Gogol learns to read and write his ancestral alphabets, he must remember to say not uncle and aunt but mashi, mama, maima, dada and kaka, throughout the novel Gogol calls his parents Ma and Baba.
Nazrul Islam and Umar call it the first student organization which afterwards led the Bengali language movement and started a movement demanding maximum provincial autonomy.
Others, opposing this claim, insist that the country must live up to the legacy of its 1971 secession from Pakistan, in a revolution that proclaimed Islam insufficient grounds for nationhood and asserted the primacy of Bangladesh's secular culture and Bengali language over its allegiance to Islamabad.
PRC Convener Syed Ehsanul Haque said in 1947 Muslims migrated from India to East Pakistan, not Bangladesh, which was carved out of the Islamic state on the issue of Bengali language.
Mujeebur Rehman Shami said: "We must equip some of our personages with knowledge of the Bengali language to bring the people of both countries together.
He denies the conventional wisdom that the distance separating the two parts of Pakistan, the Bengali language movement of 1950s, and the economic repression of West Pakistan made the separation unavoidable.
Myth: Bengali language was fundamental part of Bengali nationalism.
The Cultural Challenge Recognition of Bengali Language
The sacrifices made by Dhaka University students became an icon not only for the Bengali language but also for the disadvantaged languages of the whole world with the passage of time.
KOLKATA, India (AP) -- Suchitra Sen, India's legendary actress known for her memorable roles in both Bengali language and Bollywood films, has died after a cardiac arrest, her daughter said Friday.