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SCHOOL PLACE APPEALS HAVE SLIM’ CHANCE, PARENTS TOLD

By Rayhan Ahmed Topader : Desperate parents who are unhappy with the primary school their child has been allocated were warned to think twice before appealing. Thousands of London parents are expected to be disappointed when the places are announced. But the good Schools Guide said the chance of success at appeal was “Incredibly slim”and urged parents to properly consider ...

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PLAIN TRUTH – OIC Islamic Summit in Istanbul Turkey: Unity and Solidarity for Justice and Peace

Dr. Mozammel Haque : Introduction Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan hosted more than 30 heads of state and government as well as top officials from 57-member countries of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) for the two-day Summit in Istanbul, Turkey from 14-15 April, 2016. The theme of the Conference was “Unity and Solidarity for Justice and Peace.” The 13th Islamic ...

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Is it Anti-Semitism?

By Fatema Miah : Well! We are wise enough to understand that Anti-Semitism is racism towards people of Jewish faith. It is very saddened that disheartening atrocity of cruel acts of Holocaust was perpetrated against them, under Adolf Hitler’s dictation. Hitler was a dictator and rightfully labelled as a war Criminal. In regards to Ken Livingston expressing the fact statement ...

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The Concept of Dual Citizenship and the Draft Bangladesh Citizenship Act 2016

By Najrul Khasru : “All persons are entitled to possess one nationality but one nationality only,” declared the League of Nations in 1930.There was nothing original about this statement. In fact it simply reiterated the dominant international perspective of the 19th century and most of the 20th century. The norm of the past centuries was that the citizens of a ...

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Foreign investment in Saudi Arabia

 By  Advocate Md Halim Bepari  : King Salman bin Abdul Aziz made a landmark declaration during his visit to USA and announced dramatically changes to economic system. The Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA) has stated that the reform would be subject to conditions, which would be revealed at a later stage. The declaration employ big change from the previous ...

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How long freedom fighter quota to more?

By Siraji M R Mostak : The freedom fighter quota of Bangladesh is matter of disgrace and discrimination. It has defamed the glorious history of liberation war. There is no country in the world have such controversial quota. The inhabitants of all countries respect their freedom fighters with deep esteem. They never maintain quota policy as we do. They believe ...

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May Day celebrated at Altab Ali Park

Ansar Ahmed Ullah  May Day was celebrated on 1 May at Altab Ali Park, Whitechapel by the newly formed Bangladeshi Workers’ Council, UK. The Rally was addressed by Tower Hamlets Deputy Mayor Rachel Saunders, Andrew Murray, Unite the Union), Dr Ahmed Zaman, President, CPB-UK, Unmesh Desai, GLA candidate, Labour Party,  Alex Gordon, Former President, RMT union, David Rosenberg, Mary Davies ...

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Boishakhi Mela celebrated in Crowley

Crowley Bangladesh Association in Sussex recently organised Boishakhi Mela at Bewbush Centre. Bengali communities from Horly, Horsham, Brighton, Worthing, Burgess Hill and Sussex took part in the Mela. The Mela was jointly conducted by Tareque Miah and Towhid Miah, where M Qayum Miah addressed the audience as the President. Sadeque Miah delivered his speech as the Chief Guest. Famous performer ...

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London city Jubdol has organized a protest meeting

London city Jubdol has organized a protest meeting demanding the withdrawal of Chairman of BNP Khaleda Zia and her son Senior Vice-chairman Tarique Rahman’ false cases, immediate release of prominent journalist Shafik Rehman and release of all political prisoners. The meeting was presided over by President of London city Jubo Dol Sheikh Mansur Rahman and conducted by General Secretary Mujahid ...

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