!!> Ex Marine Academy CEO Passed Away
Mr Nurul Amin, ex-CEO of Marine Academy, Chittagong has passed away. He collapsed during the funeral of his wife who passed away a day earlier. It was such a sad incident. They both died within 8 hours.
!!!!!> Good Morning Bangladesh 2006
In preparation for the Good Morning Bangladesh 2006, the organisers had a planning meeting at Dr. Qaiyum Parvez`s house on 30-Apr-2006. This year there will be two Breakfast programs. First one in Blacktown on 7-May-2006 and the second one in Glenfield on 14-May-2006. Good Morning Bangladesh is a Breakfast program to raise funds for Cancer Research.
Photo... Money raised by year...
A panel discussion on the need for Bangladeshi politics in Australia.
Participants: H.E. Ashraf-ud-Doula, Dr. Quaium Parvez, Dr. Momammad Abdur Razzaque, Mr. Nehal Neamul Bari and Mr. Kamrul Ahsan Khan
!> Quarantine Matters!
When you visit Bangladesh please do not bring sweets containing milk. These products can introduce foot-and-mouth disease in Australia.
Details from Australian Quarantine Services... Sent by Swapna Shahnaz
!> What a Shot!
A great photo by Manzoor Hossain (Monju)
!!!!!> Good Morning Bangladesh 2006
Bangladesh community's annual breakfast program to raise funds for NSW Cancer Council has been attended by a large number of people this morning (7-May-2006).
Money raised: $4047.90
!!!!!!> Lets Do a Documentary!
John Martin is a man of many talents. There is one thing he cannot do - he cannot give up. In February he made a documentary. He wanted it on the web. Thats not easy. Space and bandwidth becomes a big issue. He kept on trying for last three months. Finally, thanks to Shahadat Manik in Canberra it is now on the web for you to see.
To watch the documentary, depending on your internet connection, please click one of the links below:
Article: Dial up Broadband
Send message to John Martin
!> Bangla New Year Celebrated in Adelaide
!!!!!!> Campbelltown Bangla School
Events Calendar for 2006 - 2007
Every Synday at 5:0 on TVS Channel 31
Sujit Das Abdul Matin Jamil Shibli
Good Morning Bangladesh (Glenfield)
Breakfast for Cancer research, organised for the first time in Glenfield this morning (14-May-2006) was very successful. A total of $2266.00 was raised.
!!!> Mobile Phone Boom in Bangladesh
Bangladesh's booming mobile phone industry has emerged as a key driver of the cash-strapped nation's economy, creating nearly 240,000 jobs and adding 650 million dollars to gross domestic product ...details...
!> Latest Hair Cut
A SHINING LIGHT
Traditional economics insists on that economic development being the key driver of financial systems. Thus, less developed countries had to develop before the financial systems could. Since the 1970s this view has been challenged....full report...
Annual General Meeting
Lakemba Bangla School
Date: 21-May-2006 Time: 12:00 pm
Kogarah School of Arts, Cnr of Queens Ave & Bowns Rd, Kogarah
Sunday 21-May-2006 at 3 pm
!!!!!> Doa for Monoj Das
Sefton Mosque, 11-13 Helen St., Sefton
Saturday, 20 May 2006
Time: 2:30PM to Maghrib
If you scroll down the page you`ll find an article in there by Dr. Abed Chaudhury from Canberra. Photo...
LETTER FROM AUSTRALIA:
How will Bangladeshis cope
with Western values
Tanveer Ahmed`s article in the 20-May-2006
!> Apply for a Scholarship Now!
Australian Leadership Awards (ALA) is a new award under which the Australian Government offers scholarships and fellowships for current and future leaders from the Asia-Pacific Region... Details...
Sent by Kamrul Ahsan Khan from Canberra
Report... Photos... Website...
!!!>Ethnicity of Australians: A debate
Recently Tanveer Ahmed, a writer from Sydney has written an article in the daily “The New Age” of Dhaka (posted in this website). I would like to respond to some of his views....Abed Chaudhury
!> Free Education Seminar
On Selective School Test and Private School Scholarship Exams.
Prayer for Utpol Dey
!> Two Poems by Audrika Haque (7)
!> Become a Youth Ambassador for Development The Australian Youth Ambassadors for Development program places skilled young Australian volunteers, aged 18-30, on short-term assignments in developing countries throughout Asia and the Pacific...... Sent by Kamrul Ahsan Khan from Canberra