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  2. Telephone numbers in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

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    Special Numbers [ edit] 333 – Central Helpline of Bangladesh. 999 – Emergency telephone number. 106 – Anti - Corruption Commission. 1090 – Weather Update Toll Free. 121 – Customer care ( Grameenphone, Teletalk , Robi, Banglalink) 158 – Customer complaints – all mobile operators. 5012 – News. 152 – International Trunk Call Booking.

  3. Bangladeshi Photographers - Wikipedia

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    The name '60 Shots' has been coined based on the fact that sixty photographs are curated for this exhibition from the images submitted by young Bangladeshi Photographers. An age limit of 28–30 is usually set. In September 2009, the first season of 60 shots was organized in 'Chhobir Haat' premises of Fine Arts Institute in the University of Dhaka.

  4. Women in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

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    The literacy rate in Bangladesh is lower for females (55.1%) compared to males (62.5%) – 2012 estimates for population aged 15 and over. During the past decades, Bangladesh has improved its education policies; and the access of girls to education has increased. In the 1990s, girls' enrolment in primary school has increased rapidly.

  5. Bangladesh Girl Guides Association - Wikipedia

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    History. Girlguiding in today's Bangladesh started in 1928 and became the East Pakistan Branch of the Pakistan Girl Guides Association in 1947. After Bangladesh's independence from Pakistan, the branch organization was reorganized into an independent national organization. The girls-only organization became a full member of the World ...

  6. Human trafficking in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

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    This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. (December 2010) Bangladesh is a source and transit country for men, women, and children subjected to trafficking in persons, specifically forced labor and forced prostitution. A significant share of Bangladesh's trafficking victims are men recruited for work overseas with ...

  7. Prostitution in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

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    The majority of Bangladeshi prostituted children are based in brothels, with a smaller number of children exploited in hotel rooms, parks, railway and bus stations and rented flats. The UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) estimated in 2004 that there were 10,000 underage girls used in commercial sexual exploitation in the country, but other estimates ...

  8. Bangladesh women's national cricket team - Wikipedia

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    Champions ( 2018, 2019) As of 27 March 2022. The Bangladesh women's national cricket team is the team that represents the country of Bangladesh in international women's cricket matches. They made their international debut when they played, and won, two matches against Thailand in July 2007 [8] before participating in and winning the 2007 ACC ...

  9. Prostitution in Kolkata - Wikipedia

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    Prostitution in Kolkata. Prostitution in Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) is present in different forms and Kolkata's sex industry is one of the largest in Asia. [1] [2] [3] Prostitution may be brothel -based or non-brothel based as in the case of call girls. India is regarded as having one of the largest commercial sex trades globally. [4]