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Australia Forum for Minorities in Bangladesh (Aus-Bangla) organises


Date: Jun 13, 2005 (Monday Queen's Birthday), 1:30-5PM

Venue: Jubilee Hall (Inside the Parramatta Town Hall)


On the 20th August, 2005, the Bangabandhu Parishad Australia will remember ‘Jatio Shok Dibosh’. The details will be declared soon.

-Dr. Qaiyum Parvez & Dr. Nurur Rahman

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

"Khalaram" Natok In Sydney

On the 5th of June, a night of drama was organised by the Bangladesh Community Council Inc. The play was called “Khalaram”. The night started off with the presentation of speeches given by the organisers and High Commissioner of Bangladesh. This was followed by a cultural function in which some dances and a flute solo were performed. After this, the drama started, starring artists from Bangladesh as well as some local artists.

At the end of the drama, there was an interview held with the artists from Bangladesh in which the audience was allowed to ask any questions they wished to have answered.  Photos...

Date: Jun 19, 2005,  Time: 11:00 AM  Details...

Venu: 131 Smith Street, Summer Hill, Summer Hill Community Centre

Mohammed A Razzaque Ph.D. is currently teaching at UNSW.

Congratulations to Ekushe Academy Australia Inc.!!!

Ekushe Academy Australia Inc. has gotten an approval to construct an International Mother Language Monument at Ashfield Park. As far it is known, this monument will be the first ever "International Mother Language Monument" in the world. The construction will be done in consultation with and with the prior approval of Ashfield Council. A contract will be signed with the Ashfield Council. Ekushe Academy Australia Inc. is to carry all the expenditure.

Well done Ekushe Academy and congratulations in managing to accomplish such a great achievement!

Photos...    Executive committee...  

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

Dilruba Shahana lives in Melbourne.

Water Level 3 restrictions starting June 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 kilometers) big signature banner displayed condemning 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.


Time: 6:30 PM


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.


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


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

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