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Rajnagar Nationalist Forum UK meets Alhaj Abdul Mukit

Rajnagar Nationalist Forum UK recently organised a view-exchanging meeting with UK visiting Vice-president of Mowlvibazar District BNP Alhaj Abdul Mukit in a restaurant in Beckenham.  President of the Forum Md Abdul Hannan presided over the meeting and General Secretary Ruhul Islam Rulu and Organising Secretary Maksud Ali Zakaria jointly conducted it. In his speech, Alhaj Abdul Mukit said that to free ...

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Local Volunteers and Asian Stars Back Blood Cancer Gala

A fun packed gala to raise awareness of blood stem cell donations, and funds  for blood cancer charity DKMS will take place in Birmingham on Saturday 22nd September. The dinner commences at 6pm and runs  until midnight, with Anila Dhami and Harjap Bhangal, who said: ʺI am happy to be taking part in this event and hope it raises awareness and fundsʺ. Award-winning Journalist ...

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Rogue traders to be prosecuted in underage knife sale crackdown

Retailers across Tower Hamlets have been warned they face prosecution if they’re caught selling knives to young people. As concern about knife crime in the capital increases, the council is redoubling its efforts to tackle illicit sales. While the vast majority of businesses are responsible traders, there are a minority that are willing to ignore the law with potentially disastrous ...

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Seven new urban gyms launched across borough

Mayor of Tower Hamlets, John Biggs joined residents, fitness instructors and parks staff at a fun day on Monday 13 August for the launch of the outdoor gym at Sir John McDougall Gardens on the Isle of Dogs. Seven new urban outdoor gyms have opened in Tower Hamlets parks, enabling residents to use their local parks to improve their fitness ...

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DL TV opens its website and office in London

DL TV opened its office and website in London on 10th of August.  A number of senior journalists inaugurated the website which included President, General Secretary and other senior members of London Bangla Press Club (LBPC). Guest who were present at the event included President of LBPC Syed Nahash Pasha, General Secretary Mohammod Jubaer, former General Secretary Nazrul Islam Bashon, former ...

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Statement from Mayor Biggs: Boris Johnson comments 

     Responding to an article in the Daily Telegraph where he said Muslim women wearing burkas “look like letter boxes” and comparing them to “bank robbers” Mayor John Biggs said: ‘The language used in Boris Johnson’s article is incredibly offensive and insensitive, people should be free to decide what they wear. In his column he argues against a full ...

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Conquering kerb crawling

The council is tackling kerb crawling by giving offenders one chance to avoid being prosecuted by attending an educational programme, “Stop and Think”, which aims to prevent reoffending. Kerb crawlers who are caught by council enforcement officers (THEOs) or the police must pay £200 to attend the programme, which has been hailed a success in reducing reoffending by community safety ...

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Don’t Bottle it Up; New online tool launched to advise on safe drinking levels

The Tower Hamlets Drug and Alcohol Action Team (DAAT) have commissioned an alcohol online tool called Don’t Bottle it Up (DBIU) which allows residents to assess how risky their drinking is through a free and confidential test. Don’t Bottle It Up (DBIU) is a web portal which allows those residents who consume alcohol to assess how risky their drinking is, access free ...

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Hundreds of people gather in London to express their solidarity with Nirapod Shorok Movement

UK living Bangladeshi expats has expressed their solidarity with the current people’s and student’s movement for safer roads in Bangladesh.  Nearly five hundred children and students gathered in Altab Ali Park to show their solidarity with the pupils and students of Bangladesh.  The protestors urged the government to accept the nine point demands of the students and formed a human chain.  Young students ...

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UK Nirapod Shorok Chai NISCHA organised discussion meeting and Duwa Mahfil

UK Nirapod Shorok Chai NISCHA organised a discussion meeting and Duwa Mahfil on 4th August in Micro Business Centre in East London.  The speakers demanded harsh punishment for the driver who killed the students of Ramij Uddin Cantonment School and College Ramiz and Meem.  The attendees also prayed for peace for the incorporeal souls of the deceased students. President of the organisation Abdul Helal Chowdhury ...

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