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Sheikh Fahima Tarin obtains Bachelor of Science degree

Sheikh Fahima Tarin Ahmed has received Bachelor of Science Degree from South Bank University this year successfully.  She is the first child of Sheikh Shamim Ahmed and Sheikh Rakia Ahmed  Raki of North London.  Sheikh Shamim Ahmed is currently the Vice-president of Human Rights Commission UK, Joint Treasurer of Inotganj-Digholbak Ganadabi Parishad, Vice-chair of Sheikhbari Kalyan Trust and prominent community ...

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Hobibpur-Keshabpur Madrasa Society UK organises meeting

Hobibpur-Keshabpur Madrasa Society UK held an emergency meeting in a hall in East London on 19th October. Chairman of the society Alhaj Arfiq Ali presieded over the meeting and Abu Tareq Shipon and Masud Rahman jointly conducted it. Guests who addressed the audience included Treasurer of the society and prominent community leader Md Hasnu Miah, Trustee of British Bangla Education ...

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Safety first at Barts Health

Patients and visitors at Whipps Cross University Hospital are now able to immediately identify the senior nurse on their ward following the launch of new ‘Nurse in Charge’ badges. As part of Barts Health’s drive to ensure safe and compassionate care, the distinctive red badge will be worn by the senior nurse on every shift at the hospital. Associate Director ...

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Jobs fair brings more opportunities for young people

Tower Hamlets Council is set to host another MyFuture jobs and opportunities fair following the success of previous events at matching young people with recruiters. Young people between the ages of 16 and 19, or up to 25 with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities will be shown a broad range of apprenticeships, jobs and training opportunities or courses. Dozens of ...

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Leader of House of Commons celebrates London Tigers success

The Leader of the House of Commons, Chris Grayling MP, attended as Chief Guest at the packed out London Tigers Annual Awards Ceremony in Porchester Hall London with over 500 people on Wednesday 28th October 2015. The event celebrated the achievements of London Tigers members, coaches, volunteers and staff, with over 100 awards given out on the day to a ...

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UK healthcare trailing rest of developed world

Bangla Mirror :: The UK would need over 75,000 more doctors and nurses to match standards in the rest of the developed world, leading health experts have warned. The quality of care in the UK is “pretty mediocre” across several key areas, while obesity levels are “dire” and the NHS struggles to get even the “basics” right, they said. A ...

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The development of Bangldesh is hindered by natural disaster: Rowshan Ershad

Bangla Mirror Desk :: The political leaders in Bangladesh lack trust and reliance.  To take the country forward, we all need to work together and work selflessly.  Opposition Leader in Bangladesh Parliament Rowshan Ershad MP told this in a facilitation meeting on 1st November in Water Lily in East London. She also said that, to take the country forward, political ...

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Internet companies to store website data for 12 months, under new spying law

Bangla Mirror News :: Internet and communications companies will be required to store details of people’s web usage for up to a year under new spying laws revealed by Home Secretary, Theresa May. Mrs May addressed MPs on Wednesday by presenting the draft Investigatory Powers Bill that will monitor communications between citizens. In 2012, Ms May presented a similar bill, ...

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BASUG (Bangladesh Support Group) in the Netherlands celebartes 10th anniversaay

Ansar Ahmed Ullah :: The Netherlands based European Bengali diaspora organisation BASUG (Bangladesh Support Group) celebrated its 10th anniversary with a day long programme on Sat 31 Oct 2015 at The Hague, the Netherlands. The day long programme started with an international conference on the ‘Role and Contribution of Migrants and their Remittance in Sustainable Development’ that included a photo exhibition, ...

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JCD leader held in Sylhet

Members of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB-9) detained a leader of Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal (JCD) from Baluchar area in the  Sylhet city on Wednesday afternoon. The arrested person was identified as Rezaul Karim Nasan, former social welfare secretary of Sylhet Metropolitan unit JCD. Source said the elite force detained Rezaul at about 3:00pm when he was returning home. Assistant director of ...

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