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.
The Clean Up Australian Day & The International Women’s Day Activities
BANGLADESH COMMUNITY COUNCIL INC, INDEPENDENCE-DAY ANANDO MELA-2005
Bangladesh Community Council Inc. organised Independence-Day Anando Mela-2005 last Saturday 12-March-2005 at the Wiley Park High School, Sydney. There were many book, food, clothing stalls, pony rides and jumping castles for the children outdoors and a cultural function indoors
Al Noman Shamim
Special Dua Held In Honour of the famous Artist, Abdul Latif
On the 19th of March, 2005, there was a special prayer held for the passing away of the famous and renowned artist, Abdul Latif at Kings Langley Public School Auditorium. Dr. Abdur Razzak led the sermon and made a special dua for the departed soul. After the dua, Mr. Sirajus Salekin, son of Abdul Latif, spoke of some fond memories he had of his father. Following that, he asked a couple of his acquaintances, Ashis Bablu, Anwar Akash, Dr. Qaiyum Parvez and Nazrul Islam, to speak of some of their finer memories they had of the famous artist themselves.
Bengali HSC students who attended the reception at Campbelltown City Council
On the 2nd of March 2005 Campbelltown City Council General Manager Paul Tosi and Mayor organised a student reception for those students who achieved exceptional marks from the Campbelltown district high schools and colleges and as well the Bangladeshi community HSC students. There were many invited high officials and the Bangladesh Welfare Society Campbelltown (BWSC) executive. BWSC take initiative from 2005 to give a reception all of Bangladeshi HSC students who are living in NSW and the students who got accepted into OC and selective high schools. Mayor Banfield also participates with BWSC for the student reception. BWSC give thanks to Campbelltown City Council. Regarding the above matter BWSC need help from the community.
"My Father, Abdul Latif" – From the Eyes of a Son
Abdul Latif Sirajus Salekin
A Noble Deed Done by Probasy for a Worthy Cause
These pictures are of Mohram, a
twenty year old man who lives in
Jharshinhershon Gram, Purbochatnai
Upozela, Dimla Union, Nilfamari Jela, Bangladesh.
He was born with a disability that is with short legs and arms. He
is training to become a hafeez. He is very poor and to survive he tutors
young children around his area, he teaches
them how to read the Quran. To get
to his students he has to take a bike ride, usually he asks someone
on the streets to give him a ride. However, he had to pay for the
rides. By the end of each month, minus all his expenses he would only
have 30 taka left.
Well Done Probasy!!!
Kushbu: 1st year University Student
Contact: 02-96187725 Photos...
Those of you who have Satellite Dish, this site is very useful.
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The Human Spirit
An Article By: Shahidul Alam
Music Class at Campbelltown Bangla School
Campbelltown Bangla School will commence Singing Class. Anyone that is interested in joining and learning are invited to participate at weekly classes.
Venue: Grange Public School
8 Binham road, Minto
Day & Time: Sunday, 09:00-10:00
Contact: Nazmul Ahsan Khan, 02-98297478
Where Elbows do the Talking
An Article By: Shahidul Alam, Dhaka
Shahidul Alam is a Bangladeshi photographer and writer.
Ekushe Mela by Bangladesh Awami League, Bangabandhu Parisad Australia -2005
Bangabandhu Parisad Australia, Bangladesh Awami League Australia Celebrated 21st February Ekushe Mela-2005 last Sunday 27-Feb-2005 at the Burwood Girls High School, Sydney. There were many book, food, clothing stalls, both outdoor and indoor cultural function and ekushe discussions . The program was opened by Dr. Abdur Razzaque MP, Secretary - Agriculture and cooperative of Bangladesh Awami League.
Bengali Association Of NSW
Proudly presents Srikanto Acharya. Sunday, 17 April 2005 5:30 P.M. Science Theatre University Of NSW. To reserve your Tickets Contact Ashis Bablu/Shampa Bhattacharjee: 02-97507755 (AH) 0403878395(Mob)
Tickets $20, $35, $50, $100.
Tragic incident for a Bangladeshi friend in Jacksonville, Florida
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Campbelltown Bangla School Annual Cultural Program
Bangla School will hold its Annual Cultural Program on 8th
May 2005, James Meehan High School
Auditorium at 5.00PM, at Macquarie Fields.
The program will include the
performances of the Bangla School’s students and the
Campbelltown Bangla School Authority
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