Sent By: Mohammed Fahimul Islam,2nd Secretary, Bangladesh High Commission
Photos are coming soon...
'Ekshonge’ Dinner Raised $13,000.00
fund-raising dinner was organized by the Rotary Club of the Central Blue
Mountains to support the ‘safe custody’ for the more disadvantaged children
Date: 12 Aug 2006, Time: 6:30PM Venue: Strathfield Town Hall
Dr. Golam Kibria is a Senior Environmental Scientist with the Australia’s largest Rural Water Authority based in Victoria Archives...
It's good to see that Hridoy (BUET student) who was diagnosed with Blood cancer last year has recovered well after the first round of treatment for 9 months at Singapore Hospital. It is worth mention that more than 1 crore Taka was raised from all over the world including $17,000 from Australia within very short time. Please see an article by Anisul Haq on Hridoy's latest condition (scroll down to see the article) Article... -Nawshad Shah & Nasimus Sakalaine
Report & Photos... Sent By: Ziaul Hoque Bablu
Abed Chaudhury is a scientist & writer who currently lives in Canberra
Sent By: Mayen Uddin
SEMINAR ON WOMEN’S HEALTH, Organized by Bangladeshi Doctors' Forum in Victoria and followed by cultural Program. Date: 9 Sep 2006, Time: 16:00-19:00 Venue: Mulgrave Community Centre, VIC. Details...
Beedesh Bangla TVS Channel-31
I recently visited the Beedesh Bangla TV studio at St. Peters Library where they shoot the show each Sunday and broadcast on Sunday (5:00PM), Tuesday(8:00AM) and Friday(3:30PM) on Channel-31 TVS. There are many people involved who have different roles and they are actively involved in bringing news, current events on community action to the Bengali community. Photos...
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Bangladesh Welfare Society Campbelltown handed over a cheque of $1000.00 AUD to the President of The Haemophilia Society of Bangladesh Md. Nurul Islam. Details... Sent By: Abdur Rahim Mollah
Jamilur Reza Choudhury (JRC) in Sydney
Professor Jamilur Reza Chowdhury (JRC) is a Vice Chancellor of BRAC University, former adviser of the Caretaker Government, ex-BUET professor at Civil Engineering and director of Computer Center. He recently came to Australia to take part in a seminar in Monash University, Melbourne. During his stopover at Sydney, he met with some ex-BUET students and their families at Parramatta Migrant Resource Centre on the 2nd of July, 2006. During the informal meeting, he discussed the current situation of the IT Industry in Bangladesh and other issues of importance such as Private University education standards, earthquakes and flood control as well as answering various questions. It was really nice to see him face to face after such a long time and it really amazes me that he still remembers so many faces, even with right name. During my days as a student at BUET, we all knew him to be a most talented teacher. Photos...
Qaiyum Parvez is an academic of the University of Western Sydney Archives...
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