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Lib Dem sending clear message to stop Brexit

Liberal Democrats believe that Britain is better off in the EU. The Conservatives are making a mess of Brexit, and the Labour Leadership continue to support them. Lib Dem believe people should be able to choose whether the deal is the right deal for Britain’s future.  Nationwide they launch the Exit from Brexit campaign, which is moving faster with the ...

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Tower Hamlets welcomes 36 new British citizens to the borough

The Mayor of Tower Hamlets, John Biggs, hosted a citizenship ceremony on Friday 17 May at the Tower of London, where 36 new British citizens swore their allegiance to Queen and country in front of friends and family. The council’s Register Office organised the ceremony where Mayor Biggs and Will Tuckley, Chief Executive of Tower Hamlets Council met the proud ...

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 Atom – radiation – positive and negative.  

Fatema Miah: There are some good uses of radioactivity and also its a health concern issue. Atom is an existential element that the world is made up of tiny building  blocks of atoms I wrote before. There are many different types of Atoms among them more natural elements and some chemical elements. There are  electron. I explained in the previous ...

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£180,000 available giving massive boost to community groups

  Tower Hamlets Council’s support for the local voluntary and community sector (VCS) has been further boosted with £180,000 available annually for the next four years as part of a new small grants programme. The programme will have a special focus on the borough’s small organisations where their local expertise and innovation improve the lives of residents and communities. The ...

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Marine engineer Masud Karim’s mother passed away

Ansar Ahmed Ullah: Chapai Nawabganj, 15 May: The wife of noted lawyer of Chapai Nawabganj Md Serajul Huq and mother of UK based marine engineer A K M Masud Karim Motiara Begum passed away on Tuesday in her residence in Arambag (Inna Lillahi Wainna Ilaihi Rajiun). She was 72. She had been suffering from kidney failure and diabetes since long. ...

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Bow to get new multi-million pound health centre

Building work has started on a council-funded project that will turn two Bow GP practices into a fully revamped and modernised health centre. The new Wellington Way facility will bring together existing practices at Merchant Street and Stroudley Walk when it opens in the autumn. It is the result of a collaboration between Tower Hamlets Council and the NHS, with ...

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Fatwa of Sharia the Islamic law

Fatema Miah: My explanation on Fatwa what I have understood from the gathering examples of the explained scenarios: In the strongest form Fatwa is confrontation against certain rebellion actions or random acts or unusual or inappropriate challenges against a collective practice or established system (is the Islamic practice). In moderation it’s about raising voice on concern issue with “conflict of ...

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Is science and technological advancement good or bad for humanity?

Fatema Miah: We are proud of our advanced scientific forwarded century.  Our science knowledge vastly increased that while applied in the form of technology it has become productively progressive and turned into common practical features. We human being for last few decades overwhelmed into a culture of technology. It is praise worthy matter for such advancement of success and progressive ...

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Bangladesh are unavoidable issue about Rohingya Refugees

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Bangladesh provided Rohingyas with shelter purely on a humanitarian ground. But it in no way means that the country will bear this burden for an indefinite period. Presence of such a huge number of foreign nationals is already an economic burden for the country in addition to creating social problems for the hosts. A new dimension ...

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Labour-Tory Brexit talks end without deal

Talks between Labour and the government aimed at breaking the Brexit impasse have ended without an agreement. Jeremy Corbyn said the discussions had “gone as far as they can”, blaming what he called the government’s “increasing weakness and instability”. Theresa May said the lack of a “common position” over a further referendum in Labour had made talks “difficult”. The PM ...

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