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To combat nutrition deficiency...

In that case eggs are the best thing. Egg is the best food, full of nutrients and easily digested. I was 45 kgs once and started eating two egg parathas a day and within three months my weight became 75 kgs.

In India previous government system had made egg - unfortunately one egg only - to be provided to school students as part of the free mid-day meals in government schools but Hindutvadi state governments and some naive state governments gave contract for those meals to that irrational Hindutvadi organization Akshaya Patra ( food wing of the Hare Krishna movement ISKCON ) which did the criminal thing of not providing even one egg to the students. Result, malnutrition including lack of brain development.

So BD governance should provide the easily obtained eggs instead of making big effort in making the powder and packaging it in plastic.
 

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In that case eggs are the best thing. Egg is the best food, full of nutrients and easily digested. I was 45 kgs once and started eating two egg parathas a day and within three months my weight became 75 kgs.

In India previous government system had made egg - unfortunately one egg only - to be provided to school students as part of the free mid-day meals in government schools but Hindutvadi state governments and some naive state governments gave contract for those meals to that irrational Hindutvadi organization Akshaya Patra ( food wing of the Hare Krishna movement ISKCON ) which did the criminal thing of not providing even one egg to the students. Result, malnutrition including lack of brain development.

So BD governance should provide the easily obtained eggs instead of making big effort in making the powder and packaging it in plastic.
Eggs are affordable in Bangladesh. 10 Taka per piece (Farmed chicken). Every rickshaw puller can afford this I believe. This micro nutrition powder is freely distributed to fortify other foods they eat.
 

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Eggs are affordable in Bangladesh. 10 Taka per piece (Farmed chicken). Every rickshaw puller can afford this I believe.

Then good. Every person in every family should have two eggs at least three days a week.

This micro nutrition powder is freely distributed to fortify other foods they eat.

Good. So is it to be had with milk ( like Horlicks ) or water ?
 

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Diamond Aviation Austria employed ferry pilot Micke Lang to ferry flight one of two DA42 from the factory to Bangkok. Went from Austria to Thailand via Greece (Heraklion), Egypt (Hurghada), UAE (Fujairah), Pakistan (Karachi), India (Nagpur), Bangladesh (Chittagong). then BKK. Quite a trip.

I was appalled by the Chittagong ground controller and his command of English (seems to have an IQ of about 3). Honestly, where do they find these semi-educated idiots? ATC guy from Chittagong was OK. Look at the ATC and Ground Control people in Thailand/Pakistan/India for comparison......SMH. Except for Nagpur, one idiot ATC guy there too.

Here only subcontinent legs listed.




 
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I was literally ROFLMAO at this, @Nergal bhai take a look. :rofl:

I think this Elias Hossain guy is a genius, but I seriously wish him a long life.


@Bilal9 Bhai , first part of first video is very much entertaining ; specially the bangla language by BAL MP is terrible! :omghaha:

Later the dirty songs of Maulana ( since she claims that, she read the whole Quran and every Hadith books!) Mamtaz will make any person with little mind literally puke!

However I agree with almost all information given in these two videos!

So finally look at my new signature! This is actually the development of BAL govt! I'm convinced now!

I see that @bluesky wasn't totally wrong when he talked about the debt of Bangladesh!
 
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@Bilal9 Bhai , first part of first video is very much entertaining ; specially the bangla language by BAL MP is terrible! :omghaha:

Later the dirty songs of Maulana ( since he read the whole Quran and every Hadith books!) Mamtaz will make any person with little mind literally puke!

However I agree with almost all information given in these two videos!

So finally look at my new signature! This is actually the development of BAL govt! I'm convinced now!

I see that @bluesky wasn't totally wrong when he talked about the debt of Bangladesh!

Yes - I think some of the chetona guys may not like @bluesky bhai at all because he is a bit forthright.

He is frustrated as a patriot which is the reason his delivery comes out rough sometimes. Ki bolen @bluesky bhai? :-)

Great signature of yours by the way. We should attribute "rin kore ghee khawa" (borrowing money to consume ghee) comment to @bluesky bhai.

I think he started saying it first though it is a common Bengali proverb.
 

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I was literally ROFLMAO at this, @Nergal bhai take a look. :rofl:

I think this Elias Hossain guy is a genius, but I seriously wish him a long life.

Now, it is time for people to watch what Dr. Reza Kibria has to say on the IMF loan application by our GoB. He worked for many years in the IMF and knows very well the procedures that this organization follows before granting a loan.

But, my question is why a great economy BD needs even an IMF bailout? Are not BD's Bankvaults full of $39 billion dollars?
 

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Bhaira lona Ilish khan keo?
Its probably my favourite BD dish.
My mom always used to make the best lona ilish in the old days, hatora as we call it in Chadpur and Noakhali. Very tasteful and with tons of dried chili. Only need a small portion to flavour a huge meal of bhat. Afterwards a huge mug of water is mandatory.

Btw someone stole our new window for my dads new home in rural BD. It was made of polycabonate sheets imported from China and cost us a fortune to create. That bugger of a thief who stole it probably will dismantle it and sell the alu-frame pieces as scrap for 200 taka or something. A tragi-comic incident really. Luckily the thief only got away with couple windows before a neighbor chased him away, making him run into the jungle in the dark of night.

Back to lona ilish; i bought three ilish in Oslo in April and my mom cut them in pieces and salted it. But they are not of Chandpur ilish quality; its from Myanmar (yes i know) from what i could figure from the label.
 
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