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Dilruba Shahana lives in Melbourne

Water Level 3 restrictions starting Jun 1, 2005

With dam levels falling below 40 per cent, the Minister for Energy and
Utilities, Frank Sartor today announced that Level 3 Water Restrictions
will apply across Sydney, the Illawarra and Blue Mountains, starting
1 June
, 2005. Details...
Sent by: Mayen Uddin

'Rokter Akhore Shapather Swakkhar' 6000 thousand feet long (about 2 Kilomiter) big signature bannar displayed condeming Kibria killing in Manik Mia Avenue. Photos...

Sent by: Rina Kibria

Sent by: Anwar Akash

Programmes to celebrate Nazrul's birth anniversary. The Daily Star

Sent by: Mohiuddin Haq

Abed Chaudhury is a scientist and writer who currently lives in Canberra. E-mail: abed@kanihati.com

Dr. Qaiyum Parvez is an academic of the University of Western Sydney.

Archer Blood (1923-2004)-Nomination for an American “Bangladeshi Hero”. Archer K. Blood was no ordinary diplomat.  He was described as a “dissenting diplomat” (Holley, 2004).He was also described as a “true foreign service hero” (Kerr, 2004) and an “American hero” (Galloway, 2004).  To those of us of Bangladeshi origin, Archer Blood will forever be a “Bangladeshi hero.”  Details...

Sent by: Abed chaudhury

The NSW Supreme Court Dismissed the Case against Bangladesh Islamic Centre(BIC)
Details Report and Islamic Program of BIC
 Sent by: Sadeq Zaman

Abed Chaudhury is a scientist and writer who currently lives in Canberra.



Dr Golam Kibria, Ph.D is a Senior Environmental Scientist with the Australia’s Largest Rural Water Authority and based in Victoria.

Please 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.
The online petition is available here:



Rahman, (Bir Srestha) Matiur (1941-1971)

Sent By: Kamrul Ahsan Khan

Sur-o-Dhwani – Sraddhanjali


On the 144th birth anniversary of poet Rabindranath Tagore, Sur-O-Dhwani music school presented a musical program on the 8th of May 2005 at St. Albans Church Hall at Epping. The program commenced with the guest artist, Sirajus Salekin. This program included solo, chorus ,dance and narration performances.


Good Morning Bangladesh 2005


Good Morning Bangladesh was organised by the families of the Bangladeshi Community on May 8, 2005 at Village Green, Blacktown. There were many people who came along to the events and made it successful. This is a unique morning breakfast program, held annually, for raising funds for the Cancer Council NSW. Many families donated different items of food for this program. Total collection for this year is $3200.00. This program is held for a good cause.


Rabindra-Nazrul-Sukanto Jayanti, 2005

Bangladesh Society for Puja and Culture Inc. celebrated their 3rd  “Rabindra-Nazrul-Sukanto” jayanti on Saturday May 7, 2005 at St. Oswald Parish Hall, Haberfield. The children took part in the public speaking and debate competition. The night ended with performances of Rabindranath, Nazrul and Shukanto’s songs, dance and poetry.


Details Report...     Sent by: Nirmal chakraborty 


 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


 Bangladesh Community Council Inc.

Date: Jun 5, 2005  Ticket: $15, $25, $50
Venue: Science Theatre, University of NSW


Dr. Qaiyum Parvez is an academic of the University of Western Sydney.

Mahmuda Runu wrote this poem for the occasion of Mother's Day.

There is an article published in The Daily Ittefaq on the occasion of Mother's Day, sent by Mayen Uddin. Please read the article.

Abed Chaudhury is a scientist and writer who currently lives in Canberra.




Jagjit Singh Arora Passed away on May 03, 2005.

Report Sent By: Kamrul Ahsan Khan

Boishakhi Mela-2005, Canberra

Boishaki Mela "PARBON" organised by Bangladesh Australia Association Canberra on April 30, 2005, many people came both from Canberra and Sydney to join in the festivities and enjoy the variety of stalls which were selling food, books, clothing, kids art competition and more. There was a mixture of performances held during the day and night including songs, dances presented by various cultural organisations. As this was the 1st mela in it's kind in Canberra, the organisers put lots of effort to make it successful. Everyone enjoyed the day.


Anzac Day Soccer-2005

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. Recently a picnic was organised, by the TIGEROOS soccer club. The picnic was held at Stuart Park, Wollongong. There were 140 people who attended the picnic. Everybody had a great time !

Detailed Report by: Khusbu Read report...


BanglaRadio Canberra - 18 April 2005. The first program of Bangla Year 1412 took our listeners to Sydney's popular Baishakhi Mela held in Burwood Girsl High School on 16th April 2005



The Bangladeshi community living in Blacktown Council Area organised Friendship day at Prospect Reservoir on Sunday, 24th of April 2005. On the day there was a barbeque, activities and events held for the children, men and women. Everyone had great fun.


Boishakhi Mela-2005, Organised by Bangabandhu Parishad Australia (Razzak)

At Burwood Girls High School on Saturday, 16th April, 2005, there was a boishaki mela organised by Bangabandhu Parishad Australia (Razzak), which gathered a huge crowd outdoors. The mela had many food, clothes and jewellery stalls outside. There were many outside performances such as poetry recitations, discussions, musical instrumentals, group singing and band performances. There was also an art competition held for the kids and later at night there was a cultural function

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Boishakhi Mela-2005, Organised by Bangabandhu Parishad Australia

There was a huge crowd at the Boishaki Mela organised by Bangabandhu Parishad Australia on April 9, 2005, as many people came to join in the festivities and enjoy the variety of stalls which were selling food, books, clothing, jewellery music and more. There was a mixture of performances held during the day including songs, dances and recitations of poetry presented by various cultural organisations.

At night there was a cultural function which was presented in the form of a drama, Moina Mothir Deshe. It consisted of songs, dances and poetry recitations. There was a huge attendance at this night function. Everyone enjoyed the program.

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