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Redbridge Campaign Committee has called for Wanstead Youth Center in Redbridge not to close

  The Redbridge Campaign Committee has called on Redbridge Council not to close Redbridge’s only Wanstead youth centre. This call was made from a protest rally organized  on the afternoon of Friday 26th May at the initiative of the campaign committee. A large number of Redbridge residents attended the protest rally. It should be noted that Redbridge’s only Wanstead Youth ...

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Nazrul Jayanti ‘Jinge Phul’ organized by Nazrul Parishad UK in London

  Bangla Mirror Desk : Nazrul Jayanti ‘Jinge Phul’ was organized by Nazrul Parishad UK on the 27th of may at Brady Art Center East London. The program was introduced by Dr Mohammad Nurul Alam’s welcome speech. Pandit Chiranjeev Chakraborty, Farzana Sifat Sapna, Akash Sultan, Chanchu Dev Gupta Joyita, Sharmistha Guha, Sadia Afroz Chowdhury performed music under the direction of ...

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“Recognition is a matter of years, not decades: Harry van Hommel

  On 22 May members of an European delegation spoke at the conference on recognition of the the 1971 genocide in Bangladesh. It was held at the place where the genocide began, Dhaka University. The academic consensus that the events which took place during the Bangladesh Liberation War should be seen as genocide is convincing. The facts speak for themselves: ...

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Greater Deulgram Welfare Trust UK Executive Committee meeting held

    It has been decided to form a new executive committee of the Greater Deulgram Welfare Trust UK. The decision to form a new executive committee was taken unanimously at the meeting of the executive committee of the Greater Deulgram Welfare Trust UK held at the Coriander restaurant in North London on Monday, May 22. Greater Deulgram Welfare Trust ...

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Bangladeshi politician Humayun Islam Kamal was welcomed by RCT in London

      The Redbridge Community Trust (RCT) has welcomed Humayun Islam Kamal, Bangladeshi veteran politician, Joint Secretary of Sylhet District Awami League and former Acting Chairman of Golapganj Upazila Parishad in London. The reception was held at the residence of RCT President Mohammed Ohid Uddin in Newbury Park  last Wednesday. The Bangladeshi politician, Sylhet’s Awami League leader Humayun Islam ...

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Abdul Ghaffar Chowdhury the composer of Amar Ekushey will live forever in his creation — Speakers at the discussion meeting of death aniversary

  By Matiar Chowdhury London: "Let hope be awakened in language, let life be awakened in language, and you shall live in song, and be eternal." Through this slogan, Amar Ekushey, the composer of the song, Legendary writer, renowned journalist-columnist The first death anniversary of Abdul Ghaffar Chowdhury was observed Ekatterer Ghatok-Dalal Nirmul Committee UK branch. Yesterday, May 19 Friday ...

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provides additional support for Rohingya and host communities in Bangladesh, in the aftermath of cyclone Mocha

The UK is providing an additional £2.3 million (over 300 million Taka) in humanitarian support for the Rohingya refugees and host communities in Bangladesh. This new UK support will provide Rohingya communities with health care, shelter, and basic site management support. It will also strengthen safeguarding systems for Rohingya refugees and host communities in Cox’s Bazar. Acting British High Commissioner ...

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City of London Corporation’s Culture, Heritage and Libraries Committee elects new Chairman.

Bangla Mirror Desk:   A Bangladeshi-born film producer, screenwriter, producer, and social entrepreneur, who was elected to the City of London Corporation in 2017, is the new chairman of its Culture, Heritage and Libraries Committee. Following a vote at today’s Committee meeting at Guildhall, Munsur Ali, who represents the Portsoken ward in Aldgate, has taken over from Wendy Hyde, who ...

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The First Asian BAME Mayor in City of Carlisle since records began for over 250 years in 1835.

  Bangla Mirror Desk:   Cumberland Council member Abdul Harid, who represents the Belle Vue ward, was appointed by the charter trustees of the city of Carlisle, made up of 12 Cumberland councillors. Cllr Chris Southward, who represents the Denton Holme ward, was voted in as the deputy mayor of Carlisle. A formal ‘mayor making’ ceremony will be held later this year. ...

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