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Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr. A. K. Abdul Momen while chairing the first meeting of the Commonwealth Ministerial Group.

Bangladesh looks forward to steering the Commonwealth Ministerial Group on Guyana-Venezuela territorial dispute in line with Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s visionary Foreign Policy doctrine of peaceful settlement of disputes through dialogue and international adjudication”, said Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr. A. K. Abdul Momen while chairing the first meeting of the Commonwealth Ministerial Group on Guyana under Bangladesh’s chairmanship. Recalling Bangladesh’s ...

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NEWHAM HERO HONOURED BY THE QUEEN ON WORLD HOMELESS DAY

Ajitha Sajeev awarded British Empire Medal in Queen’s birthday honours for services to Rough Sleepers Newham Council is delighted to announce that 30-year Council veteran Ajitha Sajeev has been honoured by the Queen for services to the homeless. Ajitha Sajeev, 52, who is the Newham’s Street Population Manager, has received the British Empire Medal for her work supporting rough sleepers ...

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A culture created to norm- made into faith.   

  Fatema Miah: Politics is abused. Freedom of speech is oppreseed. Political correctness has shoved the correctlness away as I phrased this  several years ago. There is a petition against Harrow councillor Mr Chana, to remove him from his councillor’s post for speaking out of his understanding from experience.  Mr Chana has right of his freedom of expressions I attest, ...

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Mayor Biggs backs campaign to stop Universal Credit cuts

The Mayor of Tower Hamlets John Biggs has backed a campaign from over 50 organisations which calls for Covid-19 Universal Credit increases to be kept in place to stop 700,000 people falling into poverty. The government raised the standard allowance for 12 months earlier in the year as part of the response to the coronavirus crisis, increasing the rate for ...

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New parks play equipment for children of all abilities

  Tower Hamlets Council has unveiled exciting new playground equipment – designed using ideas from children, residents and professionals – at Bartlett Park in Poplar and Meath Gardens in Bethnal Green. The new installations form part of the council’s ongoing £10 million parks capital investment programme to improve over 60 of the borough’s parks and open spaces. The programme also ...

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Capitalism and international lead.

Fatema Miah: Its matter of time and measure, for actions to be taken to bring big changes. Usually, circumstances emerge and force to certain decision on the spar of the moment, push to a whole turning on in to a new direction, and that  action marks in the history.    2011 was a great widening scope of global integrational inclusivity ...

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182 new electric vehicle charge points to be installed across Tower Hamlets

  Drivers will be able to charge electric and hybrid vehicles at 182 new points in Tower Hamlets from next year, thanks to successful funding bids by Tower Hamlets Council. The first 82 new on-street charge points will be installed in early 2021, funded by a London Councils grant, with another 100 government-funded locations in place later in the year. ...

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International Forum for Secular Bangladesh, Finland Committee Formed

  Helsinki, Finland:   At a meeting in Finland’s capital Helsinki’s Vapaa-ajattelijat (Finnish Freethinkers’ Association) office on 5 October, the full Committee of International Forum for Secular Bangladesh (IFSB), Finland, was formed. Leaders of several a Finnish secular organisation was present in the event alongside members and leaders of the Finish Bangladeshi community. Moderated by Dr. Mojibur Doftori, Forum for Secular ...

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The cost of hard Brexit to Britain’s

Rayhan Ahmed Topader :     Since no one could imagine no deal, this fudge was left in the oven. It is now baked to a cinder, as Johnson and his anti-European aide Dominic Cummings play tough with the EU. With no deal in the offing and hard borders in preparation on all sides. In just over 90 days, the ...

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Bangladeshi film to world premiere at BFI London

Ansar Ahmed Ullah:   Rezwan Shahriar Sumit’s debut feature The Salt in our Waters (Nonajoler Kabbo) is representing Bangladesh at the 64th British Film Institute (BFI) London Film Festival. The film will be streaming across the UK region between 13 Oct – 17 Oct.  It is playing alongside films such as Ammonite starring Kate Winslet and Soairse Ronan, and Chloe Zhao’s Nomadland ...

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