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- use shampoo on (hair)
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- cleansing agent consisting of soaps or detergents used for washing the hair
- rug: floor covering consisting of a piece of thick heavy fabric (usually with nap or pile)
- form a carpet-like cover (over)
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Dhaka, Delhi upbeat about resolving outstanding issues
All outstanding issues between Bangladesh and India are expected to be resolved before the upcoming visit of Indian Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh to Bangladesh, reports BSS.
This optimism was expressed when visiting Indian Foreign Minister S M Krishna called on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and discussed various matters of common interests with her, at her office in Dhaka on Thursday.
They discussed various issues of bilateral interest, said Mr. Abul Kalam Azad, Press Secretary to the prime minister, while briefing the newsmen after the meeting.
Appreciating the dynamic and prudent leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, the Indian Foreign Minister said the existing bilateral relations between the two friendly countries will be a role model for other co0untries in Asia.
The issue of providing transit facilities to Nepal and Bhutan also came up for discussion in the meeting.
Sheikh Hasina said her government was working relentlessly for improving the lot of the common people in Bangladesh.
Describing poverty as the main impediment to development in the South Asian region, she said continuity of democracy is needed for eradicating poverty from South Asia.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina emphasised the need for working together for alleviating poverty in the region for the benefit of the peoples of the two countries. He referred to various programmes undertaken by her government to ameliorate the condition of the people.
The conference on austism, scheduled to be held in Dhaka on July 25 and 26, was also discussed in the meeting. President of Indian Congress Party Sonia Gandhi is expected to inaugurate the conference.
Foreign Minister Dr Dipu Moni, Advisers to the Prime Minister Dr Gowher Rizvi and Dr Mashiur Rahman, Bangladesh High Commissioner to New Delhi Mr. Tareque A Karim, Indian High Commissioner in Dhaka Mr. Rajeet Mitter, Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister Mr. M A Karim, Foreign Secretary Mr. Mijarul Quayes and PM's Press Secretary Mr. Abul Kalam Azad, among others, were present on the occasion.
UNB adds: Bangladesh and India on Thursday expressed optimism about signing interim deals on water sharing of the common rivers, Teesta and Feni, and on border demarcation during Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's visit to Dhaka on September 6-7.
The details of the accords, however, are still to be worked out.
At a joint press conference after the official talks between the two Foreign Ministers, Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dipu Moni and Indian External Affairs Minister SM Krishna came up with the identical views on resolving the outstanding issues.
Replying to a question, Dipu Moni said the waters of the common rivers will be shared on the basis of equity and fairness and the demarcation of 6.5 km border and transfer of enclaves and lands in 'adverse possession' will be made under "a package" deal, in the spirit of 1974 Mujib-Indira Land Boundary Agreement.
About the use of Chittagong and Mongla ports, she said it would be done under a framework of agreement, encompassing India, Nepal and Bhutan.
"It is a part of transit issue. We're trying to come up with a framework under which a number of protocols will be signed and that work is going on," Dipu Moni said.
She said the Joint River Commission has nearly finalised the issue about the sharing of the Teesta and Feni river waters and "we will be able to sign something during the visit."
About the killing of Bangladeshi civilians by Indian BSF at the border, Dipu Moni said Dhaka's concern was conveyed to her Indian counterpart during the official meeting and India reassured Bangladesh that the killing at the border would be brought down to a zero level through a joint border management.
Both the Foreign Ministers reiterated that no insurgent, extremist or terrorist group would be allowed to use the soil of their respective countries to carry out activities inimical to each other's interest.
On the border issue, both the Foreign Ministers said the Joint Border Working Group has been working on it and they will be able to conclude their work before Manmohan's visit.
In reply to a question about cooperation in the energy sector, Indian Foreign Minister Mr. S. M. Krishna said India will supply 250 MW of electricity to Bangladesh by the end of 2112 or early 2013 at a preferential tariff at which the Indian power sector giant, NTPC supplies electricity to other Indian states.
Both India and Bangladesh will set up a 1300 MW coal-based power plant in Bagerhat and the feasibility study on the plan has been completed, he noted.
Regarding bilateral trade, Mr. Krishna said Bangladesh's export to India has increased by 56 per cent in the first 10 months of fiscal 2010-11 and "we would very much like to see further growth of the export to India by Bangladesh."
Under the duty-free quota, India, he added, has increased the volume of Bangladesh's export of readymade garment (RMG) products to 10 mil
Illustration Friday: Resolve
“True courage is not the brutal force of vulgar heroes, but the firm resolve of virtue and reason.” ~ Alfred North Whitehead
This week's Illustration Friday word is "Resolve." So, of course, I started thinking of new year's resolutions. If someone asked me if I was for or agin' those resolutions, I'd have to say agin'.
Having a starting line like a new year can be refreshing emotionally, but having a starting line means there is a finish line. If a person really wants to change bad habits or start good ones, it means changing one’s lifestyle, not just paying lip service. I guess the difference is between the noun, a thing, called resolution and the verb to resolve which requires action.
New Year's resolutions can be a form of procrastination. Don't wait until the new year, start today, now! Don't just pay lip service to wanting to change, dive right in wherever you’re at. A person who resolves to go on a diet might say to themselves, "This is my last bite of X, before I start dieting." This puts the focus on denying themselves instead of focusing on how much healthier they would be or how much better they would feel.
In researching the word “resolve,” I came across the quote at the top. I asked myself what is resolve. Is it a promise to one’s self? A promise to God? A belief that is lived out? A feeling? A guiding reason for a person’s existence? What is resolve? The quote uses the words “firm resolve.” Who in this age has that undeniable, unchanging, steadfast belief that they are right?
There are so many shades of grey. It is so easy to have personal beliefs swayed like grains of wheat blowing in the wind. I want to have security in my life. I want to have my foundation built rock. More importantly, I wish I could be that rock foundation for others in my life: my son, my husband, my friends. I wish I would be that person who people could count on to always do the right thing or to know what the right thing to do is.
That type of resolution isn’t so easily decided upon. It is a lifelong learning process. It isn’t the same type of resolution as, say, to exercise more. The Bible says, “Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools.” Romans 1:21-23. Meaning that as soon as you think yourself as wise, (ie finished learning) you become a fool.
So, I guess I resolve - my continuing resolve- is to be the type of person I know in my heart I should be: good, caring, responsible, loving, hard-working, positive, thoughtful, self-disciplined, prayerful, humble, child-like - basically to do good in the world through the small, seemingly insignificant, decisions I make everyday.
It doesn't mean perfection, it means trying my best. Some days "my best" is better than others.
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