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Discussion meeting on how to protect the quality of the Bangla language.

The practice of the Bangla language is decreasing due to the invasion of foreign languages: Hossain Mohammad Selim. A discussion meeting and cultural function on 'Our role to protect the quality of the Bangla language' was held on the occasion of International Mother Language Day. Hridoy Bangladesh Sangskritik Parishad organized the event at Kochi-Kachar Mela Hall in Segunbagicha in the ...

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Unplanned footover bridges are not useful for pedestrian crossing?

Matiar Chowdhury:   In every country of the world, “footover bridges” or pedestrian crossing bridges are made for easy crossing of roads and highways or busy roads in big cities. By using which common pedestrians can cross the road safely. In every country of the world there are countless footover bridges. In our country too, numerous “footover bridges” have been ...

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Mayor Lutfur Rahman’s broken promise: Council tax hike.

  Tower Hamlets Mayor Lutfur Rahman has reneged on an election promise to freeze council tax rises, leaving residents facing a dire financial crisis. At a time of widespread economic hardship the Mayor has decided to increase the maximum council tax, resulting in Tower Hamlets residents paying an extra 4.99% in annual tax. Tower Hamlets Labor Group condemns Mayor Lutfur ...

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Dr Mojibur Doftori elected to the European Movement International

  Ansar Ahmed Ullah:     A Bengali-origin Finnish politician, Dr Mojibur Doftori, has been elected as a Member of the Political Working Group, “Europe in the World”, of Belgium-based European Movement International (EMI). The current President of EMI is Guy Verhofstadt, former prime minister of Belgium and a current Member of the European Parliament (MEP). This movement has member organisations across ...

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The death of the brave freedom fighter Subedar Major (Retd) Giyas Uddin Chowdhury was buried with state honors

  London: Giyas Uddin Chowdhury who was awarded the freedom fighter Subedar Major (Retd), the best son of the nation had died. “CMHA” breathed his last under treatment at 12:55 PM Bangladesh time on February 13 (Inna….Lillahi…Rajiun). He was 97 years old at the time of his death. On the morning of February 14 (Wednesday), his body was first taken ...

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Equipped with his camera, gimbal, and drone, Ruhul embarks on a mesmerizing journey to showcase the breathtaking beauty of Sylhet

  Known as ‘Discoverwithr9ulu’ on Tiktok, Ruhul has gone viral with his amazing videos of Sylhet, Bangladesh. His videography skilfully captures the natural wonders of Bangladesh, executing precise camera movements to achieve the desired visual composition, leaving viewers in awe of the country’s unparalleled beauty. With the graceful movements of his drone, Ruhul takes viewers on a bird’s-eye journey through the vibrant ...

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Leaders of anti-apartheid movement pay tribute to Muhammad Nurul Haque.

  The first elected independent councilor of Tower Hamlets, East End Community School teacher and founding president of the Greater Noakhali Association, Muhammad Nurul Haque is no more. He passed away on Thursday, February 8 in Gazipur, Dhaka. Innalillahi wainnailahi Rajiun has been informed by a source – for the past one and a half years he was living with ...

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Embarking on a Journey with Barbados Halal Experience

Over a century ago, Barbados welcomed its first known Muslim, Bashart Ali Dewan, a silk merchant from West Bengal, in 1910. His arrival marked the beginning of a community, with more Bengalis joining him and establishing homes in various parts of Bridgetown, such as Wellington Street, Milk Market, and Tudor Street (upstairs Bata Shoe Shop). Following the Bengalis were the ...

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Many unknown chapters of Bengali language movement Context: Recognition of International Mother Language Day from its inception

  By  Matiar Chowdhury:   February 21 is International Mother Language Day. Since the declaration of 21st February as International Mother Language Day by UNESCO on 17th November 1999, the Martyrs Day of Bangladesh (Mourning Day) has been observed as International Mother Language Day worldwide. All language people of the world celebrate the day as their mother tongue day.Whether the ...

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British Ministers and MPs congratulate Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on her assuming office for the 4th consecutive term.

  British Cabinet Minister and Chairman of Conservative Party Richard Holden MP congratulated Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on her assuming office for the 4th consecutive term following the 12th Parliamentary Elections in Bangladesh at an event organized at the House of Lords by Baroness Sandy Verma, President of All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on India (Trade and Investment) and Former ...

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