The Sun-Herald City to Surf 2005
year marks the 35th anniversary of The Sun-Herald City to Surf.
Postcolonial light on three Bengali playtexts
There is no full-length investigation of postcoloniality in Bangladeshi Bengali literature. This is partly because Bangladesh had no separate identity under colonial rule, being just another part of greater India.Then at partition, it became one section of the unnatural union that
was Pakistan. These two identities have kept Bangladesh as a relatively unknown domain, at least to the Western academy. The other reason in the context of literary postcolonial studies is that these have concentrated on writing in English, whereas Bangladeshi literature is almost completely in the national language. This study offers a discussion of
the postcoloniality of contemporary Bangladeshi theatre via analysis of selected
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in Darus Salam Mosque Sefton
Organized by Bangladesh Islamic centre. Details...
Bangladesh Association of NSW Inc. Date: July 30, Time: 7:30PM
Date & Time: 6 August, 6:30 PM
Venue: Harvey Lowe Pavilion, Castle Hill Showground
An Array of Environmental Problems Threaten Bangladesh: Contamination of drinking water; the level of arsenic is more than 500 percent of the WHO recommended safe mark for over 80 million people. Desertification of large parts of the country due to construction of dams and barrages upstream in India. Sea Level rise and the prospect of large-scale inundation. Air pollution in urban areas, periodical flooding, pollution of rivers, the destruction of forests and wetlands. Details...
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On the 20th August, 2005, the Bangabandhu Parishad Australia will remember ‘Jatio Shok Dibosh’. Details...
-Dr. Qaiyum Parvez & Dr. Nurur Rahman
Sent by: Bangladesh High Commission, Canberra. Details...
Bangladesh High Commissioner Meets With Media Representatives
3rd of July 2005, Bangladesh High Commissioner invited media
representatives from both Sydney and Canberra for a friendly exchange of
views on promoting Bangladesh in Australia. The High Commissioner H.E.
Ashraf-ud-doula, delivered a speech, to read it, click on the link at the
bottom of this article. The High Commissioner then asked each media
representative to give a short speech of approximately 3 minutes. A short
singing function was held after the meeting. This was then followed by
lunch which was served at the High Commissioner’s residence. Photos...
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Dilruba Shahana lives in Melbourne.
CRICKET, SUMMER 2005-2006, AUSTRALIA
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Campbelltown Bangla School Open Competition
Campbelltown Bangla School Open Competition for Children was held on the 26th Jun 2005, Sunday at Ingleburn Primary School. Many kids participated in this competition where they had a chance to participate and show their pride of the occasion through art, poetry recitation and story telling.
New Executive Committee of Bangladesh Society for Puja and Culture Inc.-2005. Details...
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A Musical Night With Fauzia Khan
A ghorua srotar ashor was held in honour of the famous singer, Fauzia Khan, at Sirajus Salekin’s residence. Many people came to the evening and enjoyed the night. After dinner, there was a music session in which Protity sang some chorus and solos. Fauzia Khan sang some famous songs from the old days. Photos...
HANIF SHANKET concert at Sydney Town Hall on 28th August 2005, Details will be announced soon by " The Australian Association for Bangla Institute of Culture" Details...
On Sunday, the 19th of June, 2005, Ekushe Academy reunion-2005 held at Summer Hill Community Centre, Ashfield. There was a discussion about the International Mother Language Monument. Lunch was served which was then followed by a cultural function.
sign the signature campaign to promote and support the initiative to bring
back the honourable remains of Late Bir Shrestho Flight Lieutenant Matiur
Rahman from Masroor Air Force Base in Pakistan.
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Relevant Article By Dr. Qaiyum Parvez at Bangla-sydney.com
The Qantas A.R. Rahman 3rd Dimension Tour 2005-Sydney
CHARINDAA's 2005 debut event is an Australian concert tour by A.R. Rahman accompanied by celebrated singers Hariharan, Chitra, Sadhana Sargam, Shankar Mahadevan, Alka Yagnik, Blaaze, Madhushree and Kailesh Kher.
Date & Time: 17 Sep 2005, 7:00 PM
Dr. Qaiyum Parvez is an academic of the University of Western Sydney.
Sent by: Nirmal Chakraborty
GRAND REUNION OF ALL EX_CADETS
An initiative has been taken to organise a grand Reunion of all Ex_Cadets from the various Cadet Colleges of Bangladesh living in NSW/ACT in Sept/Oct. 2005.
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