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Date: 2/1/2006
Bangladeshi Student Died in Sydney
Zahid Reza Khan (Ronon), a Bangladeshi student in Sydney has died in a car accident at Marrickville last night (31-Jan-2006). He was studying at the University of NSW and living in Hillsdale. He was supposed to go to Bangladesh this Saturday.

His friends are organising to send his body back home after the post-mortem is done. Zahid was an ex-cadet from Mirzapur Cadet
College (HSC 2000). - Nawshad Shah

Condolence - Prabir Maitra


Date: 2/2/2006
Saraswati Puja
Bangladesh Puja Association will celebrtate
Saraswati Puja.
Date: 4-Feb-2006, Saturday
Venue: St. Marys Parish Hall
1 Myrtle Street Rydalmere

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Date: 2/4/2006
Saraswati Puja
Bangladesh Society Puja and Culture will celebrtate Saraswati Puja.

Date: 4-Feb-2005, Saturday
Venue: Dundas Community Centre
27 Sturt Street, Telopea
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Date: 2/5/2006
Dream Come True
January 1st 2006 was a memorable day in my life. Australia and South Africa were about to play a test match at the SCG...
Details... - Zafrul Ahmed Siam
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Date: 2/7/2006
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Date: 2/8/2006

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Date: 2/8/2006
Update: Bangladeshi Student Died in Sydney
The car accident in which the young Bangladeshi student, Zahid Reza Khan (Ronon) died, is still under police investigation. His close friends worked very hard to get all the official formalities done quickly to send his body to Bangladesh.
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Date: 2/9/2006



Date: 2/12/2006
Sydney Consular Camp Office
Schedule for January - June 2006



Date: 2/13/2006
PM of Bangladesh Donates for the Shahid Minar in Sydney
Last Sunday (15-Jan-2006), at the Bangladesh High Commission in Canberra, H.E. Ashraf-ud-Doula handed over a cheque for $12,573.78 (5,30,000 Tk) from the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Begum Khaleda Zia, to Mr. Nirmal Paul (President, Ekhushe Academy). This money will be used for the construction of the International Mother Language Monument in Sydney.

The great visionaries of Ekushe Academy Australia took the initiative to build this historic monument in the heritage listed Ashfield Park in Sydney.Estimated cost of the project is $40,000. It will be entirely funded by donations. Ashfield Council has given the land and will provide all the technical support for the construction and erection of the monument. It will be officially opened on 19-Feb-2006. Photos...



Date: 2/14/2006

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Date: 2/14/2006
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Date: 2/15/2006
Congratulations Avanti
Daughter of Nilima and Sanjib Mohajan (Pintu) from St. Marys, Avanti has been selected for OC placement at Kingswood Public school. She studied at the Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic School in St. Marys.

Avanti received lots of trophies and certificates for her outstanding academic achievements and local Society activities. She shows extraordinary skills in art & music.

Date: 2/15/2006

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Date: 2/16/2006



Date: 2/19/2006
A Historic Moment
In an auspicious ceremony, the world`s first International Mother Language Day monument has been unveiled in Sydney`s Ashfield park on the 19th day of February in the year 2006 AD.Ekushe Academy, a Bangladeshi community organisation in Sydney, took the initiative to build this historic monument. Other side...

The monument is made of a single piece of 900 million years old rock. It is nearly 4 meters tall, 90 cm wide and 21 cm thick.



Date: 2/20/2006
Significance of the International
Mother Language Day
/ Shaouli Shahid

Shaouli Shahid is doing her PhD in the Centre for International Health at Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia.

Date: 2/21/2006

Unveiling the Monument

See it in photos...

Ashfield Park, Sydney, Australia - 19-Feb-2006

Date: 2/23/2006
Sri Lanka in Bangladesh, 2nd ODI, Bogra
Bangladesh clinch historic win

Courtesy of Cricinfo Sent by Tareque Ahmed

Date: 2/23/2006

Report 29-Jan-2006 Helal Morshedi

Side talk: Author`s daughter Kaniz Morshedi (Mitu) lives in Sydney. She is the wife of Helal Morshedi of Hammondville.

Date: 2/24/2006

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Date: 2/24/2006
Ekushey February
Belongs to the World
/ Abed Chaudhury

In 2000 while living in France I met anumber of diplomats who played key rolesin convincing UNESCO...

Date: 2/25/2006

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Date: 2/25/2006



Date: 2/25/2006
Shamim Wins Green Globe Award
Recently Shamsuz-zaman Shamim has been awarded runner up prize in prestigious NSW Green Globe award.
Details... ... Report: Ferdous Robin



Date: 2/25/2006
Community Settlement Service
I am a community settlement service worker for Bangladeshi community. Our office is situated at Daceyville; Sydney Multicultural Community Service. I am working here from Mon - Wed, 10am - 4:30pm. For any assistance please contact us. Saami Ansari / Tel: 9663 3922
email: saami.ansari@sydneymcs.org.au

Date: 2/26/2006

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Date: 2/27/2006
New Venue for Boishakhi Mela
This years `Boishakhi Mela` will take place on the 29th of April at the Sydney Olympic Park. Making the announcement in a press conference last night (26-Feb-2006) at the Daceyville Police Citizen Club, Vice President of Bangabandhu Parishad, Mr Sheikh Shamim said, `Boishakhi Mela` in Sydney first started 13 years ago, in 1993. Burwood Girls School ground was sufficient then. But over the years it has out grown its traditional site. So it was high time we move to a much larger venue.

`Boishakhi Mela` usually takes place around 14th of April. Explaining the delay this year, President of the organisation Dr Abdur Razzak said, Olympic Park holds the Easter Show around this time so `Boishakhi Mela` had to be pushed back towards the end of the month.

The press conference was followed by a discussion on `Shahid Dibosh` organised by `Shonar Bangla`, a Bangla newspaper published from Sydney.

Date: 2/27/2006
LETTER FROM AUSTRALIA:
The independence song

Tanveer Ahmed`s article in the 17-Feb-2006
The fight for nationhood and language is a fight for the self, the very essence of existence. It is with greater maturity and knowledge that I now see myself as a continuation of that struggle. Although stripped from its geography at a young age, its history is nonetheless etched deep.
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Date: 2/28/2006