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আজ ১৪/০৩/২০১৬ এর The Daily Star Editorial এর গুরুত্বপূর্ণ শব্দ এবং এর Synonym গুলো দেখি এর পর Editorial টা পড়ি

1.Recognise( স্বীকৃতি, উপলব্ধি করা) :Admit,accept, confess, acknowledge
2.at long last( অবশেষে): finally, after difficulty, delay, or irritation
3.momentous( গুরুত্বপূর্ণ) : significant, important
4.occasion( উপলক্ষ, ঘটনা) Occurrence, case
5.acknowledgements( স্বীকৃতি, স্বীকারোক্তি) : admission, confession, acceptance
6.material level( প্রায়োগিক, বাস্তবিক ক্ষেত্রে)
7.collective( যৌথ, মিলিত, সমষ্টিগত) :Associated
8.belated( বিলম্বিত) : Delayed, Overdue
9.entails( ফলস্বরূপ ঘটা) : to have (something) as a part, step, or result
10.humiliation( অপমান) : harassment
11.ostracism( একঘরে করে রাখা, সমাজ হতে বহিস্কার)

12.collaborators(সহযোগী) : assistant, partner
13.maligned( কলংকিত, কুৎসা রটানো, বিদ্বিষ্ট)
14.Marginalised( প্রান্তিক,
15.Trauma( মানসিক আঘাত)
16.Apparently( স্পষ্টত) : overtly, obviously
17.stigma( লজ্জা বা কলংক চিহ্ন)
18.dignity( সম্মান, মর্যাদা) : respect, Stature)
19.incorporate( সংঘবদ্ধকরণ) : Organise
20. progressive( অগ্রগতি মূলক, অগ্রগামী)
21.narrative( বর্ননামূলক)
22.curriculum( পাঠ্যসূচি)

এবার পড়ি

EDITORIAL

Recognised as freedom fighters at long last
More needs to be done to support the war heroines

It is, indeed, a momentous occasion when 26 war heroines are finally recognised by the state as freedom fighters for their contributions during the Liberation War, even if the acknowledgment comes almost 45 years too late. This recognition, on a very material level, means that they will receive the same benefits as freedom fighters’ – a monthly allowance of Tk 8,000 and special quotas in government jobs, among others – but beyond that, it is an official affirmation of the importance of their sacrifices to our collective struggle for liberation, a belated acknowledgement that fighting a war does not simply entail shooting the enemies with a gun.

 

Forty-five years is a long time to be subjected to humiliation, ostracism and neglect by society for being raped and tortured by the Pakistani army and their collaborators. It is our collective shame that rather than treat them with the respect and provide them with the support they deserve, we have maligned them, and marginalised their trauma. The state’s failure to recognise them as freedom fighters from the beginning, and terming them as Biranganas, apparently to ‘honour’ them, have only served to mark them as ‘dishonoured’ women in society’s eyes.

 

While the process of recognising Biranganas as freedom fighters is a step – a process initiated last year – in the right direction, more needs to be done to eliminate the stigma attached to their roles in the war and concrete steps taken to support them, financially or otherwise, so that they can lead the rest of their lives in dignity. The government should prepare the full list of Biranganas to be recognised as freedom fighters as soon as possible and incorporate a progressive narrative about our war heroines in our curriculum.

by:Nazmul Hasan Sumon

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