Paul P. Saha

About the Author

Paul P. Saha is a professional consultant who actively serves 300 government registered NGOs in Bangladesh. The last 30 years, he has been effectively and successfully showing his extraordinary contribution in preservation of human rights to the disadvantaged and vulnerable girls and women.

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The Beautiful Bengal Tiger

Beautiful Tigers in the Grip of the Fur Trade : Will Royal Bengal Tigers in Sundarban Bangladesh Become Extinct?

In the natural world, the tiger's only predator is man: in particular, poachers hunting them for their fur. There are as few as... Read More

A culture of weaving

Traditional Weaving in Indian Civilizations

The discovery of a small shred of cotton cloth stuck to a pottery shard indicates that weaving was part of craft production for early Indus Valley civilizations (dated from the Harappa and Mohenjodaro settlements... Read More

Will the victims of Rana Plaza Disaster get justice and a fair trial?

On April 24, 2013, over 1,134 people were killed and thousands more were injured in the Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh.

The issues raised by Rana plaza victims and their family members

This building housed garment factories for Benetton, Primark,... Read More

Nakshi Kantha

Nakshi kantha is a Bangladeshi traditional folk art made by household women and girls.

The process involves sewing patches for bedspreads, quilts or for wall decor. It is made mainly from old embroidered clothes, like lungis and sarees, and in itself... Read More

LUNGI: The Most Preferred Clothing

Is it traditional Muslim men’s clothing, traditional Indian men’s loungewear or traditional Tribal/aborigines men and women’s dress?

The lungi is primarily a traditional Muslim men’s clothing whereas the dhoti is considered traditional Hindu wear. However, lungis are not worn only... Read More

Girls & Women Working in the Garments Industry in Bangladesh

By 2013, about 4 million people - mostly women - worked in Bangladesh's $19 billion-a-year export-oriented ready-made garment (RMG) industry. Bangladesh is second to China in being the world's largest apparel exporter of western brands. About 60% of... Read More

The deadliest disaster in the history of the garment industry worldwide

 

The Rana Plaza Tragedy

On Wednesday morning, April 24, 2013 at 8:00 a.m., all 3,639 workers refused to enter the eight-story Rana Plaza factory building because there were large and dangerous cracks in the factory walls.  The owner, Sohel Rana,... Read More

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