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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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How Bangladesh Escaped December 2004 Tsunami Unscathed

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Sent By: Helal Morshedi


Fuel-Free Engine , A Bangladeshi Scientists Achievement

Fuel price is jumping everyday, there is a prediction that fuel price might jump almost double soon to what we pay today to run our vehicles. In this situation a Bangladeshi scientist Raihanuddin Ahmed, from Shajadpur, Gulshan, Dhaka has invented the technology where we do not need to use fuel any more. The Fuel-Free Engine can be used in place of all kinds of prevalent Engines such as Vehicles, Vessels, Plants, Mills and Generators etc.

Fuel-Free Engine can solve the fuel problem and protect pollution of the world

 Please read more from the following web site

 http://www.fuel-freeengine.com/index.php

Sent By: Anwar Akash


Asma Kibria's New Programme "Jonotar Dabipatra"


Sunday, 8th May 2005, 5:15 P.M. St Albans Church Hall, 3 Pembroke Street Epping.Tickets $5

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SEFTON MOSQUE: GENERAL MEETING - Cancelled Due To A Court Battle 

The Bangladeshi Community will gather at 10:00am on 10 April 2005 at Sefton Mosque to have an informal discussion and information session about what is happening. Please read the report as it is very interesting.

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Report By: Kamrul Hasan Khan [Sydney, Australia]


Bangladesh Independence Day Cricket Tournament 2005 

Bangladeh Welfare Society Campbelltown (BWSC) organised an Independence day cricket Tournament on Sunday, 27th of March 2005 at Sedan park Glenfield. More infos...

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Protity Celebrated the Bangla 

New Year 1412

Protity has welcomed the Bangla New Year 1412, as they do every year at Ashfield Park, on the 2nd of April Saturday 2005. This time the celebration included a musical soire by Protity members, two other cultural organisations Shuro-Dhoni and Oikotan, dances and poetry recitation.  This year Protity gave the 'Sreshtho Bangalee' prize to the distinguished artist, Pundit Ashok Roy.

 

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The 11th Talent Day, 2005, a ceremony to recognise all the achievements of selective school entrants and HSC graduates, was held on the 27th of February at Hassalgrove Community Center. This annual event hosted by Dr. Abdul Haq and his family has been held for the past 11 years. The Faheem Bhuiyan Memorial Award was given to the successful selective school entrants which was followed by the awarding of medals to the HSC graduates of 2004. This kind of event is very encouraging for the students and also gives them an opportunity to get to know each other. This function was well organized and nicely presented.

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On the 26th of March, 2005, The Bengali Community in Sydney celebrated Independence and National Day at Matraville Public School's Auditorium where tributes were paid to the three million martyrs who sacrificed their lives for their nation to free themselves from Pakistan's rule. In 1971, the unarmed and helpless Bangalees flew into a rage from their strong desire to fight back the Pakistani forces who had released one of the world's worst genocides to suppress them. The country's independence was declared on the 26th March and after a bloody nine-month War of Independence: victory was achieved on the 16th December.

There were many people from the Bengali communities who gave speeches on their views on the war of Independence including Mr. Robin Bonik, Dr. Qaiyum Parvez, Mr. Nurul Azad, Mr. Osman Goni, Dr. Rafiqul Islam, Dr. Masudul Haque, Mr. Lutfor Rahman, Mr. Kaisar Ahmed, Mr. Al Noman Shamim, Mr. Kamrul Hassan Nilu, Mr. Nirmul Paul, Bilkis Zahan, Mr. Aman Ullah Aman and a few others. At the end there was a cultural function.

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