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The BUET-87 Alumni met at Nurragingy Reserve on the 24th of February 2007. It was an excellent reunion. This is the 2nd time the BUET-87 alumni were able to meet at Sydney. Itís terrific that almost everyone was able to attend the gathering. The alumni along with their families and kids enjoyed a good time together, filled with fun. Everyone feels proud to be a part of a family friendship. The Alumni has agreed to meet quarterly and maintain their friendship for years to come. Iím really proud to be with all my friends here in Sydney. Photos...  Archives...


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Ekushe Academy Australia, Boi Mela-2007

Ekushe Academy Australia organised an Ekushe-book fair on the 24th of February at Ashfield Park as they do every year. Ekushe February is a very special occasion for the Bangladeshi community. The 21st of February has been recognised as International Mother Language Day so this day is now well known all over the world. There were many distinguished guests present at the mela including the chief guest, Bangladesh High Commissioner H.E. M. Humyan Kabir. Though there was some rain during the day, the program continued as planned. This year, there were huge crowds and the bookstalls were very busy. During the day there were many programs and activities, such as speeches, performances from musical groups, dances, and poetry recitations. The organisers were very happy with the success of the mela. Photos..


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 Ausbangla Radio & Shodesh Barta Ekushe Seminar 07

Ausbangla Radio Australia and Shodesh Barta organised an open discussion seminar, on the eve of OMOR Ekushe, at Matraville Public school Auditorium on the 18th of February, 2007. The program started with a minutes silence to show respect to the language Martyrs. There were many distinguished guests present including Bangladesh High Commissioner H.E. M. Humayun Kabir. There were many people who took part in the free discussion. A special report was also read out about the success of Ekushe Academy and its future prospect by the ex-president of Ekushe Academy. Undoubtedly this was a different kind of program organised by Ausbangla Radio director, Mr. Lutfor Rahman Shaoun, and he should be proud of it. Photos...


Ekushe Academy Meets with Media and Community

Ekushe Academy Australia organised an art competition for the kids on the eve of the 21st of February celebrations at Ashfield Civic Centre on the 9th of February, 2007. After the art competition, the organisers started the media conference. The current President, and founder, of Ekushe Academy, Mr. Nehal Niamul Bari, and General Secretary, Dr. Abdul Wahab, welcomed the media and local representatives to an open discussion about the organisationís past and current history. They also provided a brief description of the sequential evolvements of todayís Ekushe Academy. The organisers asked the audience for their valuable suggestions about how the upcoming mela on the 25th of February could be made more successful. The audience enthusiastically gave their critical and valuable suggestions. Some of the representatives criticised the fact that the community had not been properly involved in the design of the International Mother Language Day Monument. Photos


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CRICKET WORLD CUP 2007  

The much awaited Cricket World Cup starts from mid-March 2007 in West Indies. The last World Cup was held in South Africa, in 2003 and Australia is the reigning World Champion for the last 8 years.

 The game will be played by 16 country teams, in 4 separate Groups, with 4 teams each in the Group stage. The top 2 teams from each group, after the initial stage, will form the Super Eights and will play to advance to the semi-final and final stages. Details...     Archives... -Helal Morshedi.



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