Khanika Bangla Radio Special Program
It is our great pleasure to announce that Ms Sangeeta Bandyopadhyay, the top contemporary Bengali novelist, poet and the author of the famous novel Sankhini, published recently in the Desh as a series novel, is going to be on air at 10pm in the evening session of Khanika on TUESDAY 25 APRIL 2006 broadcast live from 99.9 SWR FM.Ms Sharmila Ray, the leading cultural and literary figure of the Bengali community of West Bengal, India, is going to host the interview on behalf of Khanika. Please give us a buzz on either 0400-505-122 (Optus) or 0401-039-614 (Optus) for your questions/ comments/ critique/compliments or for participation in the discussion. Sunday : 9-10 am 89.3 2GLF FM Tuesday: 10-11 pm: 99.9 SWR FM
Date& Time: April 29, 2006 Saturday 7:00PM Venue: St. Albans Hall3, Pembroke Street. Epping Details...
Boishakhi Mela-2006, Organised by Bangabandhu Society of Australia
This year on April the 15th, 2006, the mela that is usually held at Burwood Girls High School was instead held at Ingleburn Public School. Despite the change in venue, there was still a huge crowd turnout who came to enjoy the day. The mela ground was nicely decorated with various clothing, jewellery and food stalls as well as rides for the children during the whole day. There were many cultural groups who took part during the day and at night the Motir-Moyna natak was staged along with some singing by local artists. Photos...
The well-known radio announcer of Ruposhi Bangla Betar (Saturday 1-3:00pm, 89.7FM), Mr. Rafiqul Islam sagor, has had a stroke and is currently in the Intensive Care Unit at St. George Hospital. Let us pray for him and his health.
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Protity celebrated Bangla New year
Protity has welcomed the Bangla New Year 1413, as they do every year at Ashfield Park on the 8th of April Saturday 2006. This year the celebration included a musical presentation by Protity members, one other cultural organisation Ananda-Dhawni, dances and poetry recitation. This year Protity gave the 'Sreshtho Bangalee' prize to the Mr. Abdul Jalil president of Bangla-prosar Committee. Photos...
Dr. Qaiyum Parvez is an academic of the University of Western Sydney Archives...
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Independence Day Soccer & Picnic-2006
Wattlegrove, Glenfield, Macquarie Fields, Ingleburn, Minto, Leumeah and the Campbelltown area Bangladeshi Communities have been playing soccer every Sunday morning since November 2003 at Milton Park, Macquarie fields. On the 26th March, a picnic was organised, by the TIGEROOS soccer club. The picnic was held at Dee Whey beach, There were 200+ people who attended the picnic. There were games for both girls and women. Everybody had a great time ! Photos...
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Dr. Mashiur Rahman Research fellow in Marshall University, West Virginia, USA Archives...
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Indrani Sen in Sydney Dr. Indrani Sen is a renowned singer of Bangla songs in India. Australian forum for minority Inc. proudly presented Indrani Sen Sangeet Sandhya on the 1st of April at University of NSW’s John Clancy Auditorium. She presented a few contemporary Bangla songs, Rabindra Sangeet, few Nazrul Geeti and popular songs from the old days. The following day there was a reception party at Carling ford. Everyone enjoyed the evening.This was her first tour to Australia. She expressed her full satisfaction and successful tour to Sydney. Photos...
Date & Time: 7 May, 2006 9:30AM-12:00, Venue: Village green Blacktown
Date & Time: 14 May, 2006 9:30AM-12:00, Venue: Glenfield hall
Sangeet Sandhya With Azgar Alim, Rabindra Sangeet Shilpi Sirajus Salekin arranged a musical program on the 29th of March 2006, at his residence in honour of shilpi Azgar Alim, son of famous singer Abdul Alim. Sirajus Salekin gave a brief speech about the musical life of Abdul Alim and Abdul Latif and their devotion to music. Abdul Alim became renowned as a folksinger in Bangladesh. Most of the songs he sang were written and tuned by Abdul Latif. Azgar Alim then sang many songs and everyone enjoyed the night. Azgar Alim also came to Sydney and performed at the Independence Day Ananda Mela-2006. Photos...
BCCI INDEPENDENCE-DAY ANANDO MELA-2006
Bangladesh Community Council Inc(BCCI) organised an Independence-Day Anando Mela-2006 last Saturday 26-March-2006, at Wiley Park High School, which gathered a huge crowd outdoors in the afternoon. There were many food, clothing and jewellery stalls. There were jumping castles for the children, a cultural function, musical chairs and art competitions that were held throughout the day. The guest artist from Bangladesh, Azgar Alim (son of renowned singer Abdul Alim) sang many songs. Organisers are very happy this year for the successful mela. Photos...
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