DOA Session for Dr. Monoj
General Meeting (AGM)
of May 2006 Sunday
Venue: Matraville PS, Date: Sunday, 21 May 2006, Time: 3:00PM
Sent By: Al Noman Shamim
Good Morning Bangladesh 2006, raised $6313.90
Good Morning Bangladesh was organised by the families of the Bangladeshi Community on May 7, 2006 at Village Green, Blacktown , the amount of money raised being $4047.90. Another one was held at Glenfield on May 14, 2006, the amount of money raised there being $2266.00. 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. Dr. Abdul Haq expressed his view that more money can be raised in the future if a few more venues can be selected within Sydney. Amount of money raised in the past years: Year 2006-$6313.90, Year 2005-$3200.00, Year 2004-$2190.00, Year 2003-$1335.00, Year 2002-$1257.60 and Year 2001-$900.00. Blacktown Photos... Glenfield Photos....
Dr. Monoj Das, a Brilliant BUET student, of Rockdale, passed away (Inna lil...) at St. George hospital on Saturday at midnight. He died as a Muslim (Name: Minhas Kabir) and his namaje Janaja will be held at Lakemba Main Mosque on Monday 15th May, 2006 after Zahar Prayer (12:00-12:30). He left his two daughters Progya Priya (age 8) and Prapti Priya (age 11) and his wife. We pray for his departed soul and sympathise with his daughters and his wife. Details... -Helal Morshedi
Sent By: kamrul Ahsan
Sent By: Ahmad Rahman
145th birth anniversary of poet Rabindranath Tagore
music school presented a musical program on the 145th birth
anniversary of poet Rabindranath Tagore on 29th of April 2006, at
Boishak at Olympic Park
The well-known radio announcer of Ruposhi Bangla Betar (Saturday 1-3:00pm, 89.7FM), Mr. Rafiqul Islam Sagor, has had a stroke and is currently in the Intensive Care Unit at St. George Hospital. Let us pray for him and his health. Latest Update: Mr. Sagor has now been released from the Hospital.His health is improving, however, he will be in complete rest the next 10 weeks.
Abed Chaudhury is a scientist & writer who currently lives in Canberra Archives...
Boishakhi Mela-2006, Organised by Bangabandhu Society of Australia
This year on April the 15th, 2006, the mela that is usually held at Burwood Girls High School was instead held at Ingleburn Public School. Despite the change in venue, there was still a huge crowd turnout who came to enjoy the day. The mela ground was nicely decorated with various clothing, jewellery and food stalls as well as rides for the children during the whole day. There were many cultural groups who took part during the day and at night the Motir-Moyna natak was staged along with some singing by local artists. Photos...
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