পর্ব ২০, ২১, ২২ [সমাপ্ত]
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Please tell me about Tasmania
I am from Dhaka and planing to study at the university of Tasmania. Tution fees are comparatively low there. Can anyone please provide me some information on the life style and part-time job oportunity in Tasmania. Please let me know if you think it is better for me to study in other states - Indrojit , Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you interested to perform at the Olympic Park Boishakhi Mela this year?
Like every year Bangabandhu Parishad Australia is organising the biggest event of the Bengali community, Boishakhi Mela 2009. This year`s arrangement will be more gorgeous and more colourful...Details...
A heart warming story of one man`s struggle to save a boys hand
- sent by Rubai Huda
Jahid is looking for Bangladeshi Food.
Can anyone from Melbourne please help...Details...
Notice for Annual General Meeting
Bangladesh Aust. Disaster Relief Committee
Tempestra Music Festival "Open Air Concert" artists arrived in Sydney last night. Bappa Mojumder, Mila, Balam and S.I.Tutul are going to perform at the Belmore sports ground today, 7-Feb-2009 at 4:00 pm. Program was due to start at 2:00 pm. Because of the heat wave it has been delayed by 2 hours. Tickets will be available at the venue - Bablu, Tempestra
Aussi Bangla Smile Trivia Night
A Trivia Night was held at the St. Marys Rugby League Club on 31-Jan-2009 to raise money for Aussi Bangla Smile, a team of doctors and nurses from the Sydney's Nepean Hospital. A total of about $11,000 was raised from gate money ($10 per head), silent auction, trivia and other games.
Photos... About Aussi Bangla Smile...
New Committee Elected for Bangladesh Australia Disaster Relief Committee
Annual General Meeting of Bangladesh Australia Disaster Relief Committee was held on 8-Feb-2009. A new twelve member executive committee headed by Md. Rahmatullah has been elected...Details...
will donate this Friday’s (13-Feb-2009) profits from its 750 stores nationally to the Government’s Bushfire Appeal Fund in partnership with the Red Cross...Details... Sent by Chowdhury Sadaruddin
Guess where I'll go shopping this Friday!
Poster Movies & Showtime
Spice of Life
A book by a Bangladeshi nutritionist settled in Darwin, Atia Nasreen Ghani and Dr. Jessie Chowdhury from Sydney. It is an endeavour to help curry lovers eat healthy food. Nasreen wrote in the preface of the book, ``I have tried to emphasize that you can eat spices and stay healthy``. Nasreen is a nutritionist and Jessie is a practicing medical doctor. This is a great combination of minds to deal with the subject. The book has ten chapters. It talks about your health, disease, diet, obesity, healthy life style and shopping tips. At the end of the book there are 25 recipes of spicy but healthy dishes.
A great book to have in your collection. Look for it at the Ekushe Boi Mela and Boishakhi Mela stalls. Retail price $15. To get it by post contact Nasreen Ghani by email: Nasreen.Ghani@kormilda.nt.edu.au
Cover photos, front & back
Poster Movies & Showtime
A play based on fairy tales from Bangla Children Classics
Bangladesh Society for Puja and Culture
Unauthorised AGM Notice
Bangabandhu Society of Australia
Pakha o Pekhom
Boys and girls of Marrickville Bangla School staged a wonderful play (Pakha o Pekhom, Wings and Fethers) on last Saturday (15-Feb-2009) at the Marrickville Public School auditorium. Sponsored by Canterbury Bankstown Migrant Resource Centre and under the direction of Moushumi Martin the children presented a very colourful show. Based on a Bangla fairytale, a well reharsed performance with great sound, bright light, beautiful stage and colourful costumes, Pakha o Pekhom sets a new standard for children's paly in our community. Photos Credits
AGM Bangladesh Society for Puja and Culture Annual General Meeting of Bangladesh Society for Puja and Culture will be held on 22-Feb-2009...Details...
Canberra will observe International Mother Language Day
Australian Capital Territory Minister for Multicultural Affairs, John Hargreaves, MLA announced that his government will observe the International Mother Language Day on 21 February each year...Details...
Bangladeshis in Melbourne raised $9000 for Victorian Bushfire Victims!
Bangladeshi community in Melbourne has raised around $9000.00 for Victorian bushfire victims. Thank you very much for your generous contribution. Our aim is to raise another $1000.00 by this week. So we can donate a round figure of $10,000. I know, many people missed the event on last Saturday. The whole fund will be donated to The Australian Red cross Victorian Bushfire Appeal - Kamruzzaman Balark
Prof. Yunus eyes US market
Grameen Bank opened its branch in New York...Details...
Sent by Mushtaq Khan
What`s Happening in Bangladesh?
Something is going on in Bangladesh. We are not sure what. It involved BDR and Army. If you have any news please go to the News updates link below and post it for us.
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