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List of Constituent Colleges/Institutes under the University of Dhaka

List of constituent colleges/institutes under the University of Dhaka. Government Government Titumir College Dhaka College Eden Mohila College Government Bangla College Kabi Nazrul Government College Begum Badrunnesa Government Girls' College Government Shaheed Suhrawardy College Government Private GovernmentDhaka Dental CollegePrivatePioneer Dental College City Dental College University Dental College Sapporo Dental College Bangladesh Dental College Marks Dental College Update Dental College Saphena Women’s Dental College & Hospital Mandy Dental College GovernmentCollege of Nursing Dhaka Nursing College Mymensingh Nursing College Barisal Nursing CollegePrivateKumudini Nursing College Square College of Nursing United College of Nursing East-West Nursing College BIRDEM Nursing College CRP Nursing College Enam Nursing College Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib Memorial KPJ Nursing College Grameen Caledonian College of Nursing GovernmentGovernment Homeopathic Medical College & Hospital Government Unani and Ayurvedic Medical College & HospitalPrivateBangladesh Homeopathic Medical College bachelor's degree under Dhaka University.

GovernmentInstitute of Health Technology, Dhaka Institute of Public Health PrivateBangladesh Institute of Child Health International medical college, Health technology unit, gazipur Institute of Medical Technology, Mirpur-12, Dhaka National Institute of Traumatology & Orthopedic Rehabilitation Centre Bangladesh Health Professions Institute Bangladesh Institute of Child Health, Dhaka Saic Institute of Medical Technology, Dhaka International Institute of Health Sciences, Dhaka GovernmentCollege of Home EconomicsPrivateNational College of Home Economics Bangladesh Home Economics College Mymensingh Home Economic College Akij College of Home Economics GovernmentMymensingh Engineering College Faridpur Engineering College Barisal Engineering CollegePrivateDhaka School Of Economics National Institute of Textile Engineering and Research, Shaymoli Textile Engineering College, Dhaka Engineering college K. M. Humayun Kabir Engineering College

Evan Freed

Evan Phillip Freed is an attorney and freelance photographer who traveled with and photographed the presidential campaign of Robert Kennedy. Freed was present. Evan Freed was born in Los Angeles, he graduated from California State University, Los Angeles and University of West Los Angeles School of Law. Freed photographed Kennedy's presidential campaign. At the time of the assassination, Freed had stepped into the pantry area behind the Embassy Ballroom of the Ambassador Hotel to repair his damaged camera, he heard shots and saw Sirhan Sirhan firing a revolver toward Senator Kennedy. Freed was pressed against the wall by a crush of bodies, he watched the struggle to subdue Sirhan, saw two men and a woman running for the exit at the east end of the pantry. Kennedy campaign worker Sandy Serrano reported seeing a girl in a polka dot dress running from the scene with a man accompanying her, claimed that the girl exclaimed, "We shot him! We shot him!" When asked to whom the girl was referring, Serrano reported that the girl said, "We shot Senator Kennedy!"

Evan Freed saw the girl in the polka dot dress, linked to Robert F. Kennedy assassination conspiracy theories. Freed appeared in Shane O'Sullivan's 2007 documentary RFK Must Die. Freed’s testimony has been cited in support of Robert F. Kennedy assassination conspiracy theories. In 1979 Freed was admitted to practice law by the State Bar of California. From 1982 to 1987 Freed was employed by the Los Angeles County Public Defender as a criminal defense attorney. In 1987 he joined the Law Offices of the Alternate Defense Counsel in Los Angeles where he worked until 1995. In 1995 Freed was hired by the Los Angeles City Attorney as a criminal prosecutor. While employed there Freed provided information to the United States Attorney used in a police corruption case, in which an indictment was handed down while authorities continued to probe allegations of misconduct and civil rights violations in the Los Angeles Police Department. Freed left the Los Angeles City Attorney's office in 1997 and is now a criminal defense lawyer in Redondo Beach, California.

A notable case was Freed's defense of a young driver involved in a fatal accident. Freed contended that not a dirty windshield was the cause of the accident; the case was settled with a plea bargain. In another case, Freed obtained a reduced federal court sentence for a man convicted of rhino horn trafficking. Freed represented one defendant in the 2015 Rowland Heights, California bullying incident, who received a 13-year sentence in a plea bargain

The Lady and the Monster

The Lady and the Monster is a 1944 American science fiction horror film from Republic Pictures, directed by George Sherman, starring Vera Ralston, Richard Arlen, Erich von Stroheim. The film is about the attempts to keep alive the brain of a multimillionaire after his death, only to create a telepathic monster; the man takes over the medical assistant's mind, the "lady" of the title has to fight it. Professor Franz Mueller is the proud owner of his self-built advanced scientific laboratory set in an old castle in the middle of the dry Arizona desert. Mueller specializes in research on the human brain and obsessively conducts experiments on brain tissue, believing that a human brain can be maintained after a man's death, he believes that the knowledge contained in a deceased person's brain can be transferred to another person. Mueller is assisted in his attempts to prove his theory by another scientist, Patrick Cory, his young Czechoslovakian-American ward, Janice Farrell. Mueller is painfully aware of the fact that his assistants Cory and Janice are attracted to each other, but since Mueller himself is in love with Janice he does everything in his power, including abusing his powers as a boss to assign Cory to additional late night work and use the fact that the young man is far too devoted to his work, to keep the two love-birds apart and improve his own chances.

When a plane crashes in the desert close to the laboratory one night, Mueller is asked by the rangers investigating the crash cause to take care of the only surviving man until a physician arrives. The man dies before the doctor is declared dead; the physician, Dr. Martin, reassures Mueller that someone will come to take care of the body the next day, but while waiting for that person, Mueller decides to test his theory about brain maintenance. With the help of his instruments Mueller is able to decide that the man's brain is still alive enough to use. Before the body is reclaimed he and Cory remove the brain, they are able to determine, from searching through the dead man's clothes, that the body belongs to an infamous investment banker named William H. Donovan. In the morning the wife of the late banker, Mrs. Chloe Donovan, arrives with the family lawyer, Eugene Fulton, to transport the remains from the castle. Upon arrival the lawyer inquires Mueller about the late Donovan's last words and Mueller tells him that there were none, since the man died without regaining his conscience after the crash.

Not believing that Mueller is truthful, Fulton remains in the nearby area to further investigate the last hours of Donovan's life before he was declared dead. Despite Janice's pleading Cory insists on staying at the castle to finish the experiment with the brain. Through spying on the castle Fulton finds out that Donovan's brain is still intact in a container, but he doesn't act to retrieve it from the scientists, but lets them continue the experiment, well aware of that Donovan didn't leave a penny for his wife in his will. Fulton has his own interest in the matter, since he is Mrs. Donovan's lover, he secretly hopes that the scientist succeed in making the brain work, so he can extract information about where Mr. Donovan has hidden away his fortune; when Mueller and Cory treat the brain with plasma, it gains the ability to communicate with the world through telepathy. The brain tells Cory; the plasma stimulation continues with higher and higher doses though Janice tries to interrupt the treatment, soon Cory's brain is hijacked by late Mr. Donovan's brain entirely.

Under the influence of Mr. Donovan's brain, Cory leaves for Los Angeles Federal Prison and manages to withdraw cash from one of Donovan's hidden accounts, he manages to convince the police to re-open the investigation against a convicted murderer by the name of Roger Collins. Still under the influence of Mr. Donovan, Cory visits Roger Collins in the prison. Donovan's brain continues to keep complete influence over Cory. Through Cory it tries to force Fulton to help release Collins from prison, but Fulton refuses, claiming that there is too overwhelming evidence against him. A teenager named Mary Lou has witnessed the crime and as long as she sticks to her story the case is too strong. In an attempt to free Cory from the influence of Donovan's brain, Janice finds out from an investigator named Grimes, hired by Mrs. Donovan and Fulton, that Cory is trying to bribe the witnesses to withdraw their statements. Grimes has knowledge of Donovan's dirty business and believes that there might be a connection between Collins and Donovan's earlier attempts to get rid of reluctant business counterparts.

He suspects that Donovan will try to get rid of Mary Lou in the same way, using Cory's body. It turns out he is right in his suspicion, as Cory forces Janice to go with him in the car when he tries to run Mary Lou over; when she stops him he tries to kill her instead. In a sting of jealousy, Mueller's housekeeper and mistress-wannabe feeds sedatives to the brain and it loses its control over Cory, who regains his consciousness; the awakened Cory tells Janice that Collins in fact is Donovan's unknown son, that Donovan was the one who committed the murder that Collins was convicted for. Having returned to the castle in Arizona Cory tries to abort the experiment, but is hindered by Mueller, they struggle and Mueller end up being shot by the housekeeper, the brain is smashed to the floor. Cory goes on to help free Collins, Janice waits for him to complete a short prison sentence for his involvement in the brain experiment. Vera Ralston as Janice Farrell Richard Arlen as Dr. Patrick Cory Eri

Long Danau

Long Danau is a longhouse settlement in the Marudi division of Sarawak, Malaysia. It lies 615.3 kilometres east-north-east of the state capital Kuching. The longhouse is about three hour’s trek from Ramadu Long Danau has a good reputation with travellers, with good food and a chief who speaks English; the Bornean Horseshoe Bat has been observed in Long Danau. Neighbouring settlements include: Ramudu Hulu 2.6 kilometres southwest Pa Mada 5.2 kilometres northeast Pa Dali 5.9 kilometres east Pa Bangar 6.7 kilometres northeast Batu Paton 6.7 kilometres southeast Pa Main 7.6 kilometres north Pa Umor 18.6 kilometres north Bareo 21.1 kilometres north Pa Lungan 26.2 kilometres north Lepu Wei 26.7 kilometres south

Jonathan Brown (Welsh footballer)

Jonathan David Brown is a Welsh professional footballer and former Wales under-21 international who plays as a winger for USL Championship club Hartford Athletic. Born in Bridgend, Brown attended the Archbishop McGrath School as a youngster. Brown competed in various sports, including rugby and athletics and was the Welsh 100m champion at the 12–14 age group after taking part in the Welsh games. Brown's father, was captain of the Wales youth rugby team between 1976–1977. Brown was spotted by Liverpool scout Gwyn James but was unable to sign for the Merseyside club, due to a rule meaning youth players must sign with a team within one and a half hours of their home, so he recommended him to Cardiff City. Having worked his way through the youth system at Cardiff, Brown made his first team debut against Welshpool Town in the FAW Premier Cup where he scored the only goal of the game with a free-kick to send the Bluebirds into the semi-final, becoming the first Bridgend-born player to play for Cardiff since Billy Rees.

He made his league debut for Cardiff on 12 February 2008 against Coventry City when he came off the bench in the closing minutes and made a second appearance in the season, coming on as a substitute again during a 3–1 win over Blackpool. At the end of the season he was rewarded with a one-year deal at the club, his first professional contract. Brown was the latest in a long line of recent youth players to have broken into the first team with the Bluebirds such as Joe Ledley, Chris Gunter, Darcy Blake and Aaron Ramsey. Having not made an appearance for Cardiff during the 2008–09 season, Brown joined Wrexham on a two-month loan deal, he made his debut on 29 November in a 2–1 win over Stevenage Borough, setting up Jefferson Louis to score Wrexham's first goal before being replaced after 88 minutes by Shaun Whalley. He scored his first goal for the club in his next game when he scored in the 90th minute to give Wrexham a 2–1 win over Kettering Town. On Christmas Eve, Brown was involved in a road accident while travelling back to Wrexham.

On his way back from South Wales, Brown's car overturned near Welshpool and he was forced to break one of the vehicles windows in order to escape. Brown kept the incident a secret from Wrexham manager Dean Saunders until after he had played against Barrow on boxing day two days later. Having been a first team regular during his initial loan spell, in early January it was confirmed that his loan deal had been extended by one month and at the end of the January transfer window the two clubs agreed for the loan deal to last until the end of the season. After the extended deal was agreed, manager Dean Saunders praised the impact Brown had at the side since arriving at the North Wales side. In his next game for the club, Brown scored his fourth goal of the season when he scored direct from a free-kick as Wrexham won 3–2 over Grays Athletic. In total, Brown made 27 appearances in all competitions for the club, scoring four times before returning to Cardiff, where he was released. Having spent time on trial at the club, in December 2009 he joined Australian A-League side Central Coast Mariners on a contract until the end of the 2009–10 season, with the option of a possible two-year deal.

However, he was released at the end of the season without making an appearance for the first team. Following a six-month spell at the Somerset club, Brown signed for Southport, on 2 July 2011, ready for the 2011–12 season, he made his competitive club debut on 13 August 2011 on the first day of the 2011–12 season. He signed for AFC Telford United on loan for the rest of the season on 31 January 2012. Following his release from Southport, Brown joined Telford United on a permanent deal. Jon announced to the fans of Telford that he was leaving them to move to Thailand to play over there, he played his last game at home against Wrexham in a 0–2 loss. Following a successful trial, Brown signed a three-month contract with Hereford United on 25 July 2013. In 2016, Brown joined Bangladeshi club Abahani Limited Dhaka and won the Bangladesh Football Premier League in the same year, he scored his first goal in the AFC Cup on 4 April 2017 against Mohun Bagan A. C. of India. On 30 January 2019, Brown joined USL Championship side Hartford Athletic ahead of their inaugural 2019 season.

Brown has been a regular at various youth levels for Wales and was part of the under-19 squad that took part in the Milk Cup in 2007. He made his under-21 debut against Malta U21 on 5 February 2008, scoring his first goal for the under-21 side on 31 March 2009 in a 5–1 win over Luxembourg. Abahani Limited DhakaBangladesh Football Premier League: 2015–16 Jonathan Brown player profile at Jonathan Brown at Soccerbase Jonathan Brown at Soccerbase

Find Your Love

"Find Your Love" is a song by Canadian rapper Drake. The song was written by Drake, Patrick Reynolds, Jeff Bhasker and Kanye West and produced by the latter two and No I. D, it serves as the second single from his debut album, Thank Me Later, was released to radio on April 28, 2010 and digital download on May 5, 2010. The song became a hit on June 17, 2010; the midtempo song received positive reviews from critics. It debuted in the top forty in the United States; the song's accompanying music video chronicles Drake's fateful encounter with a gang-affiliated woman. "Find Your Love" was written and co-produced by rapper Kanye West, making it his fourth collaboration with Drake after directing the video for "Best I Ever Had", appearing in Jamie Foxx's song, "Digital Girl" along with The-Dream and featuring on "Forever". When speaking to MTV News in 2009, Drake called the song's co-producer and rapper Kanye West, "the most influential person on his sound", stating, "Before I got the chance to meet him, Kanye West shaped a lot of what I do, as far as music goes, We always, always took the time to listen to Kanye's music and appreciate it beyond.

We searched the samples and find out where his inspiration came from, because he has one of the best ears in music, period. He knows, he knows how to utilize great music. So before I met him, I had the utmost respect for Kanye West. I'd go as far as to say he's the most influential person, as far as a musician, that I'd had in my life." Co-writer Jeff Bhasker discussed the song's conception: "I think No I. D had that drum beat and that's the classic,'Jeff jump on the piano,' and Kanye started humming in my ear. We started coming up with a melody, I started crafting the music and we wrote that quickly, within an hour." "Find Your Love" was written for Rihanna. In a interview with MTV News Drake said that he felt the song should have been performed by a woman, stating, "Find Your Love is an vulnerable song, and it's a huge risk. It feels like the song should be performed by a woman. I'm just hoping that men hear the song and they're honest with themselves. I know a lot of men feel that way." The song was posted on Drake's official blog on April 29, 2010, but was removed due to bandwidth issues.

"Find Your Love" is a dancehall-leaning R&B song that contains a "traditional soulful R&B vibe" with "a Jamaican beat". The song received positive reviews, with critics commending Drake's attempt at moving into the singing lane, comparing it to its producer, Kanye West's work on 808s & Heartbreak; the Star Phoenix said the song featured a beat that could be on 808s and Heartbreak and that Drake showed off his "versatility" and "smooth singing on this slow-jam", stating, "I better find your loving / I better find your heart," he sings on the chorus to this bump-'n'-grind single." Ryan Brockington of the New York Post said the song consisted of "dripping double-drum beats, 80's filtered vocals and a catchy little chorus". Jayson Rodriguez of MTV News said that the song features "Drake in full crooner mode as he sings about saving his relationship: "I'm more than just an option," he sings over sparse drums and piano licks. "Refuse to be forgotten/ I took a chance with my heart/ And I feel it taking over / I better find your loving/ I better find your heart."

Andrew Martin of Prefix Magazine said that the beat sounded "right off 808s and Heartbreak, that the track was "intriguing and unexpected". Clinton Yates of The Washington Post complimented the song, but said that the song lacked Drake's lyrical talent. Find Your Love was named the eighth best song of 2010 by Time; the song was nominated for Record of the Year at the 2010 Soul Train Music Awards. The music video was shot with Anthony Mandler, director of the "Over" video in Kingston, Jamaica during the week of April 12, 2010 revealed to Rap-Up. Drake told MTV News, "We went to Kingston, We went to this'hood, they call it the'gully' side. It's bad out there, real bad, they had'Young Money' sprayed on the gates,'Drake and Wayne,"cause I came to shoot the video out there. I'm talking about you drive by people's homes, they had'Drake,"Young Money,"Drake, Welcome Here,"Drake We Love You' — crazy sh--, man, it was so crazy. This dude was like,'Original Weezy tha God! You tha boss! Weezy tha God!' It's crazy.

They love us,'cause we show love out there." The video was released on May 11, 2010, on Drake's blog and on MTV. In an interview with MTV News the video's director, Anthony Mandler said, "Part of the objective of making this video was to do that same twist again, to give you something unexpected, not only tonality with the song but with the video thematically. It's kind of like the anti-love love story. It's about crossing lines, what was said in the first scene. It's about understanding what's right and what's wrong and it's easy to lose that when you're the center of attention, he did it fearlessly, he did it without any sign of hesitation. He wanted to do something that went further with the song, that took the essence of the song but communicated it with imagery that made people think, rather than go up the middle and make an obvious R&B video." The video features Jamaican reggae and dancehall singer Mavado as a gang leader, a model, Maliah Michel, as the love interest. It begins with the phrase, "The worst thing about crossing a line is when you don't know, you have."

In the video set in Jamaica, Drake becomes infatuated with a woman, pursuing him. The woman, portrayed by Michel happens to be with a gang leader, Mavado. Although he is warned Drake refuses to be threatened and leave without attempting a relationship with M