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Get together in honour of Mubarak Hossain Khan
On 2nd October, 2005, a small get together was held in honour of Mubarak Hossain Khan. Mubarak Hossain was DG in Shilpokalo Academy, Director of Bangladesh Radio and Chairman of the Nazrul Institute. He was also the Executive Director of the Human Development foundation and is also a famous sharad player. Mubarak Hossain did a lot of research in classical music and wrote many books. He also wrote many children fiction books. His wife is a famous singer, Fauzia Khan. Mubarak Hossain is currently visiting his son Rajit in Sydney. Photos...
Date: Nov 6, 2005, Sunday Time : 5pm VENUE: James Meehan High School Auditorium, Macquarie Fields
New Consular Time(weekend) in Sydney
Consular Camp in Sydney will be held on weekends instead of weekdays to provide more effective consular services to our expatriate community members living in Sydney. Accordingly the schedule for the Consular Camp has been amended with effect from the month of October 2005. Detail...
Reception of Abdul Gaffar Choudhury in New Zealand
A Reception party held At Mount Albert War Memorial Hall ( Rocket Park ), Auckland , New Zealand in the honour of London-based veteran Bangladeshi editor, journalist, renowned, prominent, courageous columnist, human rights activist and lyricist
Sent By: Shafiqur Rahman Bhuiyan (ANU), NZ, Report and Photos...
Bangladesh Society for Puja & Culture, Venue: Dundas Community centre, 27 Sturt Street, Telopea. Details...
Sent by: Nirmal Chakraborty
On 24th September, 2005, there was a mela held at Ingleburn organised by BWSC. The mela was opened at 11:30 am by. H.E. Ashraf-Ud-Doula and there were many nicely organised stalls selling food, clothes and jewellery. During the day there were performances by children followed by speeches given by the invited guests. The night ended with a cultural function by the local artists. Photos...
Sent By Muna, Date: 26th Nov, 2005, Time: 6:30 Details...
Bangla School will hold Eid Re-union program
on 5th November, 2005 at 6.00pm at the Grange Public School, 8 Benham Rd,
Minto NSW 2566. The program will include talks about Eid and the Bangalee
cultural activities. All the community members are invited. Please come
and join there to share the joy of great Eid-ul-Fitr with your family and
friends. Bring a dish of your choice to share with others.
New collection items arrived for
puja and Eid
Sanjib Mohajan Pintu (0412-27-0295 ) Details …
A Case for Bangladeshi-Australians to consider in extending their interactions with mainstream Australians
By Harun ur Rashid, Barrister-at-Law, (Lincoln’s Inn, London)
Former Bangladesh High Commissioner to Australia (1982-84) and Ambassador to the UN, Geneva (1987-91) Article...
Sent By: Kamrul Ahsan
Rayed Mamun is a first year student of University of New South Wales. He is the son of Mahmuda Runu. We encourage any young people with talent in writing to submit their works to us!
A grand re-union of all ex_cadets living in Australia were held at Sydney Olympic Park on Sunday with lots of fun and Retrospective of the ever bright memories of days and nights spent at cadet Colleges. This was the first time when ex_cadets from all 10 Cadet Colleges were re-united and celebrated the day to Re-bond, Reflect and Rejuvenate the golden days of Cadet College.
Citizen Natok- A Successful Production By Sydney Nattyam
On 18th of September 2005, Sydney Natyam presented the Citizen natok at Science Theatre, UNSW. The show started with speeches by the chief guests, including H.E. Asraf-Ud-Doulla, Peter Garrett, Federal member, Dr. Abdul Wahab, Ruhul Ahmed Ruhul and some organisers. This was followed by a cultural performance by local artists including a group and some solo songs and some dances. After the dinner intermission, the comedic natok Citizen, written by Bellal Hossain Dhali, started. The natok was directed by Azizul Hakim and Shaheen Sha-newaz. Famous Bangladeshi actors as well as some local actors nicely presented the natok. Photos...
ANNUAL IFTAR PROGRAM
Dilruba Shahana lives in Melbourne. Archives...
Durga Puja 2005
Mr Upendra Dey Tel: (02) 8338 0476
Sent By: Dr. Abdul Haq Details...
Mohammed A Razzaque Ph.D. is currently teaching at UNSW.
Dr. Golam Kibria is a Senior Environmental Scientist with the Australia’s largest Rural Water Authority and based in Victoria.
Competition for Kids
Matraville Public School, Bunnerong Road, Matraville, NSW.
Sent By: Rafiqul Islam
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