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Cyprus, a Bengal land

    What lies in the island country might not be too far from home Welcome to Nicosia, the capital of Cyprus. But is it really Nicosia or another Dhaka? A weird question, I know, but as soon as I drove into Nicosia from Paphos, a nice beach town, I started to wonder. In one part of the city, where ...

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PLAIN TRUTH : Fifth Forum of Imams in Britain

  Dr. Mozammel Haque The Fifth Annual Forum of Imams was organised by the Islamic Cultural Centre, London in collaboration with the Dawah office of Britain, held on Saturday 28th of January 2017, in the Conference Hall of the Centre. The conference was attended by more than 100 Imams and religious scholars of the United Kingdom. The Forum is an annual ...

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Trumps security policy

By Fatema Miah Trump said for the 1st time in USA rules of Law will be in place in the country, I wondered what rules are and what the Law is because Law does not necessarily serve the justice and the rules are matter of in-house preferences and designed schedules.  Trump signed his two executive orders. There was an incident ...

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MAJOR STEP FORWARD IN BUILDING A GLOBAL BRITAIN AS PUBLIC HAS ITS SAY ON AIRPORT EXPANSION

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has taken a major step forward in preparing Britain for leaving the EU by publishing proposals for a third runway at Heathrow Airport.   A national public consultation begins today into one of the UK’s most important infrastructure projects which will help build a Global Britain.   The planning policy proposals show this Government is not ...

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Jubeda Khatun Foundation Trust distributes winter clothes and blankets to a poor people

President of Jubeda Khatun Foundation Trust and President of Kamalganj Association UK  Faruque Ahmed and his family and friends donated winter clothes and blankets to 250 poor people. President of District Awami League and former Chief Whip Md Abdus Shahid MP was present at the giving away which took place in Sidheshwari Shahi Eidgah Maidan in Rahimpur Union on Saturday ...

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150+ Mosques to Open Doors on Visit My Mosque Day 2017

More than 150 British mosques threw open their doors on Sunday, inviting their neighbors in for tea, biscuits, and interfaith discussions.   Visit My Mosque day, a national initiative organized by Muslim Council of Britain, drew support from Church of England leaders, British politicians, and hundreds of everyday Britons eager to show solidarity with British Muslims. Now in its third year, event organizers claim this ...

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Leicester chemist wins British Muslim Award

Dr Kal Karim’s work was recognised with a British Muslim Award . Now in its 5th year, The Athena, Leicester will play host to the annual British Muslim Awards presented by Al Rayan Bank, on the 25th of January 2017. Launched in 2013, The British Muslim Awards recognises a wide range of achievements which cover various aspects of society including ...

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Motris Alliance wins overwhelmingly in Bishwanath Probashi Education Trust election

  The bi-yearly General Meeting and election of Bishwanath Probashi Education Trust recently took place in Water Lily hall of East London.  Motsir Khan was elected as President, Misbah Uddin as Secretary and Azam Khan was elected as Treasurer in this year’s election. The vote casting started at 2 o’clock in the afternoon and continued until the evening.   The result ...

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Bangabandhu Cultural Forum UK organised condolence meeting at the death of Suranjit Shen Gupta

Abdul Qadir Chowdury Murad:  Bangabandhu Cultural Forum UK organised a condolence meeting at the death of veteran parliamentarian and Member of Bangladesh Awami League Advisory Committe Suranjit Shen Gupta. The condolence meeting took place at the party office on 5 February. Organisation’s President Mohammod Nazim Uddin presided over the meeting and General Secretary Abdul Qadir Chowdhury Murad conducted it. Joint ...

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Keeping Tower Hamlets moving during cold snap

Mayor of Tower Hamlets, John Biggs, has confirmed the council is ready to keep everyone on the move during the upcoming cold spell, after meeting the gritting crew at the borough’s salt barn on the Isle of Dogs. With temperatures set to drop close to freezing later this week, the Mayor joined the well prepared gritting team to make sure ...

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