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Date: 9/1/2005

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Date: 9/2/2005

Bangabandhu Parishad in Sydney observed Jatio Shok dibosh last Saturday (27-Aug-2005) at the police Citizen Youth Club in Daiceyville. Goffar Chowdhury and Parveen Sultana came from London to attend the program as chief guest and special guest. Photos...

Date: 9/3/2005



Date: 9/3/2005
We`re talking, but the young are missing
Article by Michelle Grattan in The Age, 24-Aug-2005

Michelle Grattan is widely regarded as the top political journalist in Australia and this is probably the first column the Prime Minister`s department would read in the morning. About Michelle Grattan

In her article Grattan quotes from `The Muslim Marginal Man`
by Dr. Tanveer Ahmed published in the Autumn issue of the Policy Magazine. (Photo, courtesy of Radio National)

Date: 9/4/2005

Other poems...

Date: 9/4/2005

Sent by Ziaul Hoque Bablu

Date: 9/5/2005
New Bangla Radio
Porosh Moni - on 100.7 FM

In Bangla for Bangla speaking listeners.
Every Tuesday - starting from 6-Sep-2005
Time: 8pm to 9pm

Contents: Art, Literature, Culture, Science, Technology and World events Focus: Humanism Contact: Zia Ahmed / (02) 9896 2590

Prior to the Bangla program, Zia Ahmed will also host a selection of English music from 7 pm every Tuesday. If you love music please tune in.

Date: 9/5/2005
Timeline: Bangladesh
A chronology of key events. Courtesy of BBC News

Date: 9/7/2005



Date: 9/8/2005



Date: 9/9/2005

Bangabandhu Parishad observed Jatio Shok dibosh last Saturday (3-Sep-2005) at the police Citizen Youth Club in Daiceyville. Prof. Borhan Uddin Khan Jahangir came from Bangladesh to attend the program as the chief guest. Photos...

Date: 9/9/2005



Date: 9/10/2005

Date: 10-Sep-2005, Saturday Poster...
Venue: Ingleburn HS auditorium
Contacts: Wasim Mahmud (02 8795 0592) or Altaf Howlader (0402 147 253)

Date: 9/10/2005
A.R. Rahman Concert in Melbourne

In September this year CHARINDAA presents an Australian concert tour by A.R. Rahman accompanied by celebrated singers Hariharan, Chitra, Sadhana Sargam, Shankar Mahadevan, Alka Yagnik, Blaaze, Madhushree and Kailesh Kher. Details...

The concert will be presented in a 3D format. First time for A.R. Rahman.
A.R. Rahman is undoubtedly the biggest name in bollywood music today.

Date: 9/11/2005



Date: 9/13/2005



Date: 9/13/2005
A Regular Column( 32 )
by Qaiyum Parvez

Dr. Qaiyum Parvez is an academic of the University of Western Sydney
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Date: 9/13/2005



Date: 9/14/2005

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Date: 9/15/2005



Date: 9/15/2005
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Date: 9/17/2005
A.R. Rahman Concert in Sydney

In September this year CHARINDAA presents an Australian concert tour by A.R. Rahman accompanied by celebrated singers Hariharan, Chitra, Sadhana Sargam, Shankar Mahadevan, Alka Yagnik, Blaaze, Madhushree and Kailesh Kher. Details...

The concert will be presented in a 3D format. First time for A.R. Rahman.
A.R. Rahman is undoubtedly the biggest name in bollywood music today.

Date: 9/17/2005



Date: 9/17/2005

Other poems...

Date: 9/18/2005

Based on Dr. Abed Chowdhury`s recent article published in Nature
The article Report in Prothom Alo 4-Sep-2005

Date: 9/18/2005
300 Special Gifts...
Poster... $daystogo(2005-09-18)

Date: 9/18/2005
Grand Reunion of all ex Cadets
A grand reunion of all the ex-cadets of Bangladesh will be held on 18-Sep-2005, Sunday at 11:00 AM, at the Bicentennial Park, Homebush Bay, Olympic Park. Details...

Date: 9/19/2005



Date: 9/21/2005
Govt to open three more consulates
Bangladesh government is planning to open three consulate offices in Miami, Milan and Sydney to facilitate services to the expatriate Bangladeshis and expansion of trade and commerce.

Sent by Prabir Maitra

Date: 9/22/2005

`Hridoye Nodi`, a new Bangladeshi group in South-west Sydney presented Pradip Ball solo night on 10-Sep-2005 at the Ingleburn High School Auditorium. About 160 people from Indian and Bangladeshi community came to see and enjoy the show. Photos... Report...

Date: 9/23/2005

A grand reunion of all the ex-cadets of Bangladesh living in Australia was held on 18-Sep-2005, Sunday at the Sydney Olympic Park, Homebush Bay.
Report... Photos...

Date: 9/23/2005

Details...

Date: 9/24/2005
Bangla Mela 2005
Date: 24-Sep-2005 Saturday / Time: 10.00 AM
Venue: Ingleburn Public School (Cnr. Cumberland & Oxford Rd.)
Organised by: Bangladesh Welfare Society Campbelltown

Date: 9/25/2005

Details...

Date: 9/25/2005
Grameen Support Group Get-together
Dear account holders, please pack your picnic basket and come to the Lake Parramatta Park (Lackey Road, North Parramatta) on 25-Sep-2005 at 11 am. BBQ facility is available in the park (Please bring enough food for your family).
This is a great opportunity to meet other Support Group members. We all share a dream of poverty free Bangladesh. Lets meet, lets talk, lets learn from each other and have some fun too. -Nazrul Islam

Date: 9/25/2005

Date: 25-Sep-2005, Sunday Venue: 24 Bay Street, Double Bay.
Contacts: Raj 0421 003 005 / Shaz 0425 304 932 Poster...

Date: 9/26/2005

Shreya Ghoshal



Date: 9/27/2005
A Case for Bangladeshi-Australians to Consider An article by Harun ur Rashid
Barrister-at-Law ( Lincolnís Inn, London), Former Bangladesh High Commissioner to Australia (1982-84) and Ambassador to the UN, Geneva (1987-91)
Sent by Kamrul Khan, Canberra



Date: 9/28/2005
Grameen Support Group Get-together
Grameen Support Group members had their first get-together last Sunday (25-Sep-2005) at the Lake Parramatta Park, North Parramatta.

Grameen Support Group was fromed in Sydney by Mr. Nazrul Islam with several enthusiasts to encourage people to open an account with Grameen Bank. Supported by independent studies, Grameen Support Group believes that if you open an account with Grameen Bank and keep few hundred dollars in there for several years it can pull up a poor family in Bangladesh above the poverty line. If all non resident Bangladeshis do the same Bangladesh can be poverty free in just ten years. Photos...
Grameen Support Group Website

Date: 9/29/2005
POSTPONED
Press Release ausbangla Report


Date: 9/30/2005

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