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All books of Masud Rana Series - free download or read online. Shorno Khoni -2 by Qazi Anwar Housain (Masud Rana ) ~ Free Download Bangla Books, Bangla Magazine, Bengali PDF Books, New Bangla Books. Publication 01 (One).pdf. Masud Rana. Journal of Authors' contributions This work was carried out in collaboration between all authors. Authors MMR and.

Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Publication 01 One. Masud Rana. Masud Rana1, Md. Khoshnade Rabby3, Md. Sazedul Karim Sarkar1 and Md.

People leave their valuables. Everyone is scared for their life! Some villagers fled by rickshaw. As with the flaring, these narratives were based upon empirical observation: there were observable changes to the environment. The analysis is pointedly political: things were promised but not provided. The account ends with a dramatic pronouncement on the risks the speaker faces, where farming can no longer sustain him: Otherwise we will die.

Because of the gas field us farmers are badly affected. Before the gas field the yields were very good. Before the gas field we used to get straw, which we used as fuel. Where are the fish? There is no water in the river. But for our crops water logging is a big problem. We want deep tube wells in the area; it will provide water to our land.

We can survive by farming.

Otherwise we will die. The imagery is vivid, the analysis acute: the wealth of the fields has been pumped away, the once fertile and sustaining land left empty and denuded. A farmer used to get ten maund of paddy from one kiare one third of an acre of land, but now he only gets four. People think the soil fertility has decreased due to use of machinery. They think our hidden wealth the gas has been channelled outside—the riches underground have been brought to the surface, leaving the ground empty.

It is this which has affected the fertility of the soil. Trees are being destroyed by the gas. In my garden, the beans plants are all dying […].

Given the relationship between place and memory, the destruction of these landscapes also threatens history.

A similar sense of disconnection from the landscape and his memories of the desh as a beautiful, peaceful place was evoked by one of the British men we got to know over the course of the research. In a discussion about the environmental effects of the gas field, which is situated only a few hundred feet from his bari, Tufael told of us the shock and sense of dis-location on returning to find what had happened in the fields next door.

In their Public Relations and Community Engagement work Chevron drew upon imaginings of grass-roots, small scale community development and nationalist discourses of economic growth and modernisation to assert the moral legitimacy of their activities. This un-development is the dark autonym of the positive development they had hoped for: jobs, economic opportunities, increased incomes and security.

Even though there was disagreement over so much, what was beyond dispute was that unnoyon development in whatever shape or form, was a good thing.

In the accounts of those who opposed them, development in the form of modernisation and economic security was desired but Chevron failed to deliver it. To this extent, everyone concerned wanted the same thing: an end to poverty, a new dawn of modernisation and the opportunity to make money. What was disputed was how to go about achieving that end. As Chevron executives countered, when we shared our research with them in Dhaka, the accounts of environmental damage and ongoing poverty were based on rumours, not scientific, quantitative evidence.

They were only too aware of the complaints, they said. In fact there were so many of them they could not countenance setting up formal grievance procedures as our report suggested. On returning to the area in early we found that gas extraction in the area had significantly increased. Many hundreds of local men had found employment in the construction of new roads and pipelines, as well as within the enclosure of a new installation several miles to the north.

In the villages adjacent to the South Pad where we carried out our original research, many men had now been given jobs and the story had significantly shifted. Rather than being associated with destruction and dispossession, the gas field was once again a source of hope—regular wages, security—and maybe more in the form of long term employment, modernisation and inclusion in the formal economy. In the wider area, jobs chakri rather than Chevron or the gas field had become the site of contestation, with conflicts taking place between villages and factions in their struggles over employment contracts.

As we write, the story is fast unfolding. Bibliography Abram, Simone; Gisa Weszkalnys eds. Akram-Lodhi, A. Cornwall, Andrea; Eade, Deborah eds. Eyben, Rosalind. Ferguson, James. Gardner, Katy; Bashar, Fatema. Guhathakurta, Meghna. Gurhathakurta, Meghna; van Schendel, Willem eds. Shever, Elana. West, H. All draw upon ideas of development or its absence, and reference dreams, as well as nightmares of the future.

On the other are the narratives of people living in the villages surrounding the installation. Rana has a tendency to come across as arrogant and overly-confident in some situation.

Rana appears as a loner. He works best in broad strokes when given general goals and the freedom to accomplish those goals in the manner he sees fit. Major Rana has been a fine example of discipline and results-oriented action.

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Additionally, Rana often appeared visibly bored and restless during more mundane aspects of training. He obviously enjoys risks, enjoys calculating the odds of success, and playing those risks to the edge of failure. Intelligence Service[ edit ] Major Rana's service with the BCI has been marked by moments of exemplary but risky bravado. While performing his duties with great zeal, Major Rana has often taken it upon himself to expand upon his orders, and, on more than one occasion, to violate them outright.

He is also a advisor to the British Secret Intelligence Service.

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He has served undercover in Royal Navy on an assignment from MI6 to foil an anarchist plot, and in the mercenary Katanga Army to rescue a Rana Agency agent stranded inside rebel territory. Rana is also a team leader of an Antiterrorism unit of UN. Masud Rana books at a glance[ edit ] Some Rana books are little more than direct translations from well known Western titles with only character names being changed i. But most of the books have changes that resonate with Bangladeshi readers, hence their popularity.

Each Rana paperback opens with these lines: "An untameable daredevil spy of Bangladesh Counter Intelligence. On secret missions he travels the globe. His life is queer.

His movements are mysterious and strange. His heart, a beautiful mix of gentle and tough. He attracts, but refuses to get snared. Wherever he encounters injustice, oppression, and wrong, he fights back. Every step he takes is shadowed by danger, fear, and the risk of death. Come, let us acquaint ourselves with this daring, always hip, young man.

In a flash, he will lift us out of the monotony of a mundane life to an awesome world of our dreams. You are invited. Thank you. Spy Thriller. Asian-Australian Journal of Animal Sciences. Callesen J.

Commercial feed products and feed mixes for piglets. Lansuvalget for Svin. Supplementation of coated butyric acid in the feed reduces colonization and shedding of salmonella in poultry. Poultry Science. NRC; Productivity and mortality of laying hens in aviaries: A systematic review. Binder M. Life cycle analysis of DL-methionine in broiler meat production.

Amino News. Information for the feed industry. Degussa Feedadditives, Hanau-Wolfgang, Germany. Bender DA. Amino acid metabolism. John Wiley and Sons Ltd. Raghavan V.

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Management of food safety. Proceeding of the Seminar, 5 International Poultry Show. Karim MJ. Quality and safe poultry and poultry products; a dream or reality. Ismail H. Use of organic acids as an alternative to antibiotics on growth, meat yield and economic feasibility in rearing sonali chicks.

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Complete replacement of dietary fish meal by duck weed and soyabean meal on the performance of broilers. Asian-Austalian Journal of Animal Sciences.

Influence of citric acid and microbial phytase on performance and phytase utilization in broiler chicks fed a corn- soyabean meal diet.

Effect of different levels of citric acid on calcium and phosphorus efficiencies in broiler chicks. Pakistan Journal of Biological Science.

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Performance of broilers fed diets supplemented with sanguinarine- like alkaloids and organic acids. Journal of Applied Poultry Research. Ivanov I. Laboratory study to determine the effect of a probiotic mixture on broilers. Biotechnology in Animal Husbandry. Gut mucosa immune stimulation by lactic acid bacteria. Fraction of sunflower oil cake meal and use of low fiber fraction together full fat soyabean as a replacement for fish meal in broiler diets.

Poultry Abstacts. Effect of different dietary regimens with or without animal protein on the growth of broiler chickens. Indian Journal of Animal Science. Comparative performance of broiler chicks on commercial and corn-soyabean meal based ration. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences. Effect of dietary probiotic, organic acids and antibiotic supplementation of diets on broiler performance and carcass yield. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition.

Complementary effects of fish meal with soyabean meal replaces in broilers diets.

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Nudiens J. Opportunity of genetic potential cross Hybro-Gbroiler chicks using differently enriched feed. Veterinary Journal of Zootechnology. Garcia V.

Effect of formic acid and plant extracts on growth, nutrient digestibility, intestine mucosa morphology and meat yield of broilers. Journal of Poultry Research. The using of organic acids in California Turkey chicks and its effect on performance before pasturing. International Journal of Poultry Science. Equi-protein replacement of fish meal with soyabean meal, soyabean oil in the diets for broilers.

The effect of performance characteristics, utilization and economics of production. Poultry Abstracts, ; Biological evaluation of soyabean oil meal as a substitute for fish meal in broiler ration. Poultry Abstracts. Kahraman R, Bostan K. Effect of dietary supplementation with organic acids and zinc bacitracin on ileal microflora, pH and performance in broilers.

Journal of Veterinary and Animal Science. Peer-review history: The peer review history for this paper can be accessed here: Download pdf. Remember me on this computer.

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