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  2. Bengali input methods - Wikipedia

    Bijoy keyboard layout is a proprietary layout of Mustafa Jabbar. It is licensed under the Bangladesh Copyright Act 2005. [6] Bijoy keyboard, with related software and fonts, was first published in December 1998 for Macintosh computer. Windows version of Bijoy Keyboard was first published in March 1993.

  3. File:KB-Bengali-Bijoy.svg - Wikipedia

    You are free: to share – to copy, distribute and transmit the work; to remix – to adapt the work; Under the following conditions: attribution – You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made.

  4. Bijoy 1971 (sculpture) - Wikipedia

    Bijoy 1971 ( Bengali: বিজয় ১৯৭১) is a sculpture by Mahmudul Hasan Shohag in Bharat-Bangladesh Maitri Udyan on 2016. It is (12 feet) high and is located in Bharat-Bangladesh Maitri Udyan, India. [1] [2] [3] [4] The sculptor tribute to Indian soldiers and Bangladeshi Freedom Fighters who sacrificed their lives during the Liberation War. [5] [6]

  5. Bijoy TV - Wikipedia

    Bijoy TV Bijoy TV ( Bengali: বিজয় টিভি; lit. 'Victory TV', [3] in reference to Victory Day) is a Bangladeshi Bengali-language privately owned satellite and cable television channel based in Banglamotor, Dhaka. [4] [5] This channel was established by former mayor of Chittagong A. B. M. Mohiuddin Chowdhury.

  6. Mustafa Jabbar - Wikipedia

    He is best known for the creation of Bijoy Bengali keyboard, which was developed in 1988, and it was most widely used Bengali input method until the release of Unicode based Avro Keyboard. [8] He served as the president of Bangladesh Computer Samity, the national ICT organisation of Bangladesh for four consecutive periods. [9]

  7. Bijoy Sarkar - Wikipedia

    4 December 1985. (1985-12-04) (aged 82) Belur, Howrah, West Bengal, India. Nationality. Bangladeshi. Known for. poetry, songs. Bijoy Sarkar (born Bijay Krishna Adhikari; 20 February 1903 – 4 December 1985) was a Bangladeshi poet, baul singer, lyricist and composer.

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