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St Dunstan branch Labour party organises Iftar Mahfil and Social Gathering

St Dunstan branch Labour Party of Tower Hamlets organised an Iftar Mahfil and social gathering on 13th June in Stifford Centre in East London. President of the organisation Shahanur Ahmed Khan presided over the event and General Secretary Samsul Islam conducted it where Mahbubur Rahman recited from the Quarn in the beginning. The guests at the event observed a one ...

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Iftar and Duwa Mahfil organised Jagannathpur Upozila Welfare Trust UK

Jagannathpur Upozila Welfare Trust UK organised a discussion meeting on Ramdan which was followed by an Iftar and Duwa Mahfil on 13th June in Newham Conservative South Hall.  The discussion meeting was presided over by President of the organisation Saleh Amed Chowdhury Alfu and General Secretary Shah Shahidur Rahman conducted it. Leaders who addressed the audience included Vice-president Shah Jahan ...

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London Bangla Press Club demanded the cancellation of government’s decision to close down Daily Sylheter Dak

London Bangla Press Club has condemned the recent of government decision of closing down the publication of long established and the most popular newspaper in Sylhet, Daily Sylheter Dak. In a written statement sent by Communication Secretary Muhammod Abdul Quayum, the President Syed Nahas  Pasha and General Secretary Mohammed Jubair told that it is not only frustrating but very concerning ...

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Theresa May drops key manifesto pledges from Queen’s speech

Theresa May’s minority government has dropped key Tory manifesto pledges, including expanding grammar schools and revisiting the foxhunting ban, as the Queen announced a pared-down legislative programme focused on delivering Brexit. As she formally opened what the embattled prime minister hopes will be a two-year session of parliament, the Queen set out the government’s intention to deliver eight bills necessary ...

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Leaders gathered at East London Mosque condemn ‘cowardly’ and ‘heinous’ terror attack in Finsbury Park

The Mayor of Tower Hamlets John Biggs, MP for Bethnal Green and Bow Rushanara Ali, LMC ChairmanHabibur Rahman, Executive Director of East London Mosque Dilowar Hossain Khan and other faith and community leaders strongly condemned the terror attack on a group of Muslim worshippers in Finsbury Park. One man has died and 10 people have been injured after a man ...

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Finsbury Park mosque attack suspect was ‘self-radicalised’, say police

The suspect in the Finsbury Park terrorist attack is likely to have been self-radicalised into his extremist hatred of Muslims, police believe. The investigation by Scotland Yard’s counter-terrorism command continues after a van was driven into Muslims near a mosque early on Monday. Darren Osborne, 47, is being questioned and detectives are trying to establish the motives for the attack. ...

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Eid Mubarak

Eid-ul-Fitr, the largest religious festival of the Muslims, will be decided on Saturday on subject to sighting of the moon.  We wish a happy and joyful Eid to all our readers, well wishers and advertisement providers.  In this day of celebration, our thoughts will be with those who have lost their family and friends in Grenfell Tower tragedy, Manchester attack, ...

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British High Commissioner visits Sylhet

Ms Alison Blake, British High Commissioner, to Bangladesh concluded her three day visit to Sylhet division today.  During her visit, she met with senior government officials, members of parliament, the Sylhet mayor and business leaders including representatives from the Sylhet Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI), and also hosted an iftar reception. While in Sylhet, she visited a selection of UK ...

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DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS ABOUT EID UL-FITR

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:: The day of Eid-ul-Fitr marks the conclusion of the holy month of Ramadan and the beginning of the month of Shawwal.From this day,Muslims are absolved of their obligation to fast and can contin ue living as normal.To commemor ate the end of Ramadan,the feast of Eid-ul-Fitr lasts for three days, feast during which Musli m get together with ...

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