On 27th of August, 2005, Bangabandhu Parishad Australia observed ‘Jatio Shok Dibosh 2005’ at Police Citizen Youth Club, Kingsford. The chief guest, Mr. Abdul Goffar Chowdhury and Parvin Sultana came from London to attend to this occasion. There were many people who came to this event. The program started with a quiz competition about Bangladesh history and muktijudho. The chief guest delivered his inspiring and informative speech on Bangladesh, Muktijudho and Bangladesh’s current state, followed by Parvin Sultana and a few local speakers. After dinner, a famous natok, ‘Polashi Theke Dhanmondi’, written by Mr. Abdul Goffar Chowdhury, was screened. Photos...
Mohammed A Razzaque Ph.D. is currently teaching at UNSW.
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Date: 3 Sep, 2005, Time: 6:30PM, Venu:Police Citizen Club, Kingsford, Details...
HANIF SHANKET CONCERT HAS BEEN CANCELED (at Sydney Town Hall on 28th August 2005) due to some unavoidable circumstances. To get your money back, go back to the Bangladeshi grocery store that you purchased your tickets from and your money will be fully refunded.
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Date: 17 Sep, 2005, Time: 11:30 AM, Venu:Dulwich Hill H/S
Dilruba Shahana lives in Melbourne.
Bangladesh High Commission Canberra
At the initiative of Bangladesh High Commission in Canberra an interface titled ‘Taste of Bangladesh’ was held on 16 August 2005 at the Federal Parliament Building in Canberra between Australia Bangladesh Parliamentary Group and Bangladesh High Commission in Australia. Twenty seven Parliamentarians of both Houses of the Australian Parliament and a delegation of Bangladesh High Commission headed by H.E. Mr. Ashraf-ud-Doula, High Commissioner of Bangladesh to Australia that comprised among others, the officials of the High Commission, leading expatriate Bangladeshi academicians living in different parts of Australia, former Australian High Commissioner to Bangladesh, former Bangladesh High commissioner to Australia and a top executive of an Australian Multinational Cooperation that has major business interest in Bangladesh took part in the interface. Detail...
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This program is now shifted to Saturday, 10 Sept 2005 due to unavoidable circumstances.
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Date: August 27, 2005 Time: 5:00PM Venu: Marobra Police Citizen Youth Club Details...
-Dr. Qaiyum Parvez & Dr. Nurur Rahman
TO SURF 2005
Australia’s biggest Community event _ The City to Surf _ 14 km fun run from Hyde Park to Bondi Beach was held on 14th August (Sunday). Like previous years, a large number of people from Bangladesh Community participated along with the 60,000+ participants. Reports... Photos...
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Selective School Success-2005
Sent By: Dr. Abdul Haq, Success list for 2005...
Dr. Qaiyum Parvez is an academic of the University of Western Sydney. E-mail:Q.Parvez@uws.edu.au
Priyo Canberra has a number of voluntary vacancies for young people who wish to contribute to the growth of Bangla media and culture in Canberra and Australia generally or who wish to gain practical work experience in online media and internet publishing. These positions would suite people who are considering career options in the growth area of internet design, editing or management or who simply want to have some fun in a creative and technologically sophisticated environment. Details...
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Protity Presented Rabindra and Nazrul Jayanti
On the 6th of August Saturday, Protity organised a musical program for Rabindra and Nazrul Jayanti at The Pavilion, Castle Hill Showground. The program was divided into two parts. The first part was ‘Jai Din, Srabon Din Jai,’ which was dedicated to world famous poet, Rabindranath Tagore. The second part ‘Hridoye Thar Srithi Jage,’ was dedicated to the national poet of Bangladesh, Kazi Nazrul Islam. This program included solo, chorus, dance and narration performances. Photos...
A GRAND REUNION OF ALL THE EX-CADETS OF BANGLADESH WILL BE HELD ON 18TH SEPTEMBER (SUNDAY) at 11:00 am, at Bicentennial Park, Homebush Bay Olympic Park. Details...
By: -Nawshad Shah
Dilruba Shahana lives in Melbourne.
Dr. Qaiyum Parvez is an academic of the University of Western Sydney.
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