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Nourish launches in Whitechapel to kick start healthy living

On September 24, Tower Hamlets Council and Barts Health NHS Trust will promote healthy lifestyles in Whitechapel. Nourish: Whitechapel is a street food festival that will take place just in front of The Royal London Hospital from 11am to 3pm. Visitors can enjoy around ten different street food stalls – including handmade Italian pasta that will get your mouth watering, ...

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British High Commissioner saddened by killing of an Italian aid worker in Bangladesh

The British High Commissioner to Bangladesh Robert W Gibson CMG said today that he was dismayed to learn of the violent murder in Bangladesh of Italian aid worker Mr Cesare Tavella. “It was a horrifying and cowardly crime against an aid worker working for the people of Bangladesh, helping the most vulnerable. I extend my deepest condolences to Mr Tavella’s ...

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BCA North London organises networking meeting

Curry industries is passing through a struggling period. To ensure the sustainability of this industry, all the caterers need to work together.   Bangladesh Caterers Association leaders told this in a networking meeting held on 22 September organised by BCA North London and Hertfordshire East.  The networking meeting was held at a local restaurant in Hertfordshire. President of BCA North London ...

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Biman signs agreement with London Bangla Press Club

Biman Bangladesh Airlines and London Bangla Press Club have completed the signing of corporate agreement between them.  General Manager of Biman Bangladesh Airlines Mohammod Shafiqul Islam signed on behalf of his organisation while the President of LBPC Nabab Uddin represented London Bangla Press Club.  The co-signatories of this agreement were Reservation and Ticketing officer of Biman Mansur Ali Tuhin and ...

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Bengali girl elected president of Brasilia student body

Ansar Ahmed Ullah :: Madhuri Quayes, a 12th grade Bengali student at the Brasilia International School (BIS), Brazil was elected President of the BIS Students Council in elections held on 18 Sept. In a closely contested election, which saw extensive campaigning, Madhuri beat her contender, Brazilian Eduarda, by 14 votes. BIS is part of the Network of International Christian Schools, ...

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Celebrate Black History Month in Tower Hamlets

This October, make sure you don’t miss out on Black History Month in Tower Hamlets. Tower Hamlets Council is putting on a huge programme of arts and cultural events to celebrate Black History Month. Throughout October, there will be over 90 events across the borough for residents to engage with the richness of Black and Afro Caribbean arts, culture and ...

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Reunion of Moinpur High School will be held on 19th October

Former student s of long established Chatok Moinpur High School are organising a reunion for its former students living in the UK on 19th October at Regent Lake Banquet Hall at 221 Globe Road. The organisers have mentioned that the Chief Guest for this event will be former student of the school and Judge of Bangladesh Supreme Court Appeal Division ...

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Non-resident Bangladeshis are the main driving force of Bangladesh

Non-resident UK living Bangladeshis will always be remembered for their role in the liberation war in 1971.  NRB Bangladeshis also played a huge role in developing the war torn country.  These all concludes that NRB Bangladeshis are the main driving force of Bangladesh.  Speakers told this in a felicitation meeting organised by Sylhet Division Nagorik Committee to felicitate Member of ...

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Probashi Balagonj-Osmaninagar Education Trust organises its general meeting

Long established community organisation Probashi Balagonj-Osmaninagar Education Trust organised its general meeting on 30th August at Montefiore Centre in East London.  The trustees discussed on modernisation of education stipends and actions and activities undertook by the organisation in past. The general meeting was presided over by the President Badrul Islam and conducted by General Secretary Harun-Ur-Rashid.  Guest who addressed the ...

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Portrait of Tower Hamlets hero donated by the Lansbury family

Tower Hamlets Council was presented with a portrait of former Poplar mayor George Lansbury at the Local History Library & Archives. Nigel Whiskin, the great grandson of George Lansbury was joined by the Mayor John Biggs who formally accepted the portrait on behalf of the council. The oil painting by John Flanagan was recently exhibited at the history library as ...

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