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Syeda Saira Mohsin MP meets with Rajnagar Welfare Society UK leaders

Rajnagar welfare Society UK organised a view-exchanging meeting with Syeda Saira Mohsin on 8th of May in Brookshire.  A number of leaders of Rajnagar Welfare Society took part in the meeting.  The speakers reminisced the work and life of Syeda Saira Mohsin MP’s husband late Social  Welfare Minister Syed Mohsin Ali and discussed a range of problems across Rajnagar. Syeda ...

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Tower Hamlets becomes first London Borough to join Bike Life, the UK’s biggest assessment of cycling

Bike Life now covers 14 city locations totalling 20% of the UK population Tower Hamlets Council has become the first London Borough to participate in Bike Life, the UK’s most comprehensive assessment of cycling development. The report, produced by the walking and cycling charity Sustrans, has previously covered seven cities outside London. Tower Hamlets staff will be working with Sustrans, ...

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Protest outside Scotland Yard against BNP

Ansar Ahmed Ullah: Several UK based Bengali groups organised a protest on 9 May 18 outside Scotland Yard demanding action against the UK Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) for making derogatory remarks against the Hindu community. The incident happened on Saturday 21st April 2018 in front of the Westminster Central Hall which had the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina, in ...

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killing of Altab Ali – 40 Years on

Ansar Ahmed Ullah: Forty years on from the tragic and untimely death of Altab Ali in 1978, a three day series of events took place to mark the significant turning point in East London’s race relations. Altab Ali’s senseless and racially motivated murder in a park in Whitechapel that now bears his name, mobilised both the Bengali and wider communities ...

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Meet and Greet Assist Service and Imran Travels signs agreement in London.

Bangladesh can grow economically fast if private sectors come forward to provide services along with the Government.  Non-resident Bangladeshis are also playing in important role by investing in private sectors.  As a result, NRBs across the world will be benefited from the improved services. President of Sylhet Chamber of Commerce and Airlines Club Sylhet, Khandokar Shiper Ahmed told this in ...

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10  Bengali councillors elected from Newham

10 councillors of Bangladeshi origin were elected as Councillors in Newham in the local election that took place on 3rd of May.  Labour party candidates in Newham done very well as last time. Bangladeshi who have been elected in last 3rd May’s election were Ayesha Chowdhury (1717) from Becton, Barrister Najir Ahmed (3039) from Little Illford, Hanif Abdul Muhit (2991) and ...

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24 Bengali councillors elected from Tower Hamlets Coucil

24 Bengali councillors were elected as Councillors in Tower Hamlets in the local election that took place on 3rd of May.  Around 150  candidates of Bangladeshi origin took submitted their candidacy for 45 posts.  Out of them 24 were elected, 23 of them from Labour and one from another party.  As the continuation of the result Labour is back in leadership ...

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Mayor John Biggs thanks voters on his re-election

‘I am delighted to have been re-elected Mayor of Tower Hamlets. We achieved a great deal since I was elected in 2015 and I am humbled that the people of Tower Hamlets have put their faith in me again. When I started my first term I inherited a Council in chaos, but we have already made major progress over three ...

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Tower Hamlets re-elect John Biggs as Mayor

Labour’s John Biggs has  dramatically won a second term as mayor of Bangladeshi dominated Tower Hamlets. Mr Biggs fell just shy of winning the 50 per cent of first preference votes he needed and in a repeat of the 2015 election it was between him and Rabina Khan, for the People’s Alliance of Tower Hamlet (PATH), as the second choice ...

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Reunion for ex-students of Mirpur Public Uchcha Vidyalaya

A view exchanging meeting was held on 30th April to organise a reunion for the former students of Mirpur Public Uchcha VIdylaya. The meeting was presided over by the ex-student Shishu Miah and jointly conducted by former students Abdus Shahid and Noman Miah. Attendees who addressed the audience included Master Amir Uddin, Ahmed Ansar, Jahangir Hossain, Abul Koyes, Shikdar, Mahmud ...

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