Monday, February 14, 2011

Proper evaluation of intellectual property is needed for prosperity and development of Bangladesh

Is there anybody in our govt cabinet who can come forward to protect our genius from being haunted by scumbags.

We should establish a Bangladesh Intellectual Property Rights (BIPR) in order to take advantages of the country’s pretend which are invented by our genius. Having good intellectual property legislation helps inventors and companies in Bangladesh, as well as those who would like to do business here.

The legislation should be heralded with our genius and computer programmers as well as software developers so that the summit meets the cohesion and leverage point of this organization.

Our printing and electronic media can play a vital role to encourage and motivate our young entrepreneur in need of publicity.

Dear readers, I would like to provide you some references which are incredible:

As we know that Sajid Ali, a student of  University of Chittagong, let us feel proud of him and introducing Bangladesh to the international community by figuring out a new species of Fejervarva, Ghazi S M Asmat  is the supervisor , who is the best teacher in Sajid's life and as well as the messenger of his taxonomy & wildlife research. Mr. Sajid loves to visit across the Bangladesh to see and feel the wildlife, needs fund to carry on his research.

References: Rajib, N. (2011, February 11).Bangladeshi Joboker Bishawshikriti.Kaler Kantho, pp. 24, 18.

Zootaxa 2761: 41–50     (2011)                                                                     ISSN 1175-5326 (print edition)                                Article                             ZOOTAXA
Copyright © 2011  ·   Magnolia Press                                                          ISSN 1175-5334(online edition)

A new species of Fejervarya (Anura: Dicroglossidae) from Bangladesh


Department of Zoology, University of Chittagong, Chittagong-4331, Bangladesh 


Imagine buying a car that runs on an infinitely available supply of cheap air and emits nothing to pollute the air:

Amir Hossain from Bogra, owner of Rahim Engineering Workshop, is delivering a car which will be driven by air.
Amir Hossain delivering a car that uses a motor powered by compressed air.
Amir Says the car can fly at 150 km/h. Hopefully he will be able to show us a demo in June.

Generator:1000 watt, Weight: 300 kg. The air tank is filled within 8 minutes, cost about: $99,000
References: Asaduzzaman, F. (2011, February 06).Amirer baiuchalit gari ashse shiggrey.Amar Desh, pp. 16, 4.

Dear Mr. Dilip Barua, Minister for Industries, Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, hope you will share your experiences with our policymakers after attending “A two-day international conference of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) begins from today (Sunday) in Geneva, Switzerland to discuss framing of policy and course plan to develop intellectual property in the least developed countries (LDCs)”.

Please seek a commitment for prompt action to make our genius dreams come true. I firmly believe many will see your point and help out.
I hope that you have felt an impulse of our genius ( want to live here not to be recruited/ hunted by a foreign country).

Thanking All of You,


Arif said...

Thanks for taking the time to post, but I'm sorry your message is not clear enough to me.

The title leads a reader to think that you'll present a fiction story, the initial part advocates to adopt property right legislation, then you present a list of references without mentioning what those have to do with current article, then you throw in a story of new breed of car with arbitrary facts and finally you print a letter to a minister!

Sorry, I'm lost!

What did you really mean to say?


Iftekhar Doha said...

its really hard subject