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Five inspirational people awarded Tower Hamlets’ highest honour

  The historic setting of the Tower of London played host to a special event which bestowed five inspirational people, who have given decades of service to Tower Hamlets, the borough’s highest honour the Freedom of the Borough. At a meeting of the Council on Wednesday 13 October, councillors voted unanimously to award the Freedom of the Borough to Sufia ...

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Only The Qur’an Is Changeless Can Bitcoin Hard Cap Be Changed ?  

By Shofi Ahmed:   Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), the greatest of the human beings who ever walked on Earth was born on 12th Rabi-ul-Awwal, which is the current month in the Islamic calendar. The book of Allah SWT the Qur’an was sent to him.  The Qur’an maintains its superiority. One such supremacy is that it’s changeless. Every word, sentence and the ...

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Better access to safe drinking water

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   More than 2 million people in Bangladesh lack access to an improved water source and 48 million lack improved sanitation. In Bangladesh and around the world, millions are navigating the COVID-19 pandemic with the added challenge of living without access to safe water. Now more than ever access to safe water is critical to the health ...

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Disused garages being transformed into affordable rented homes

  Vacant, run-down and underused garages continue to make way for new housing options as the council continues to tackle the housing crisis in Tower Hamlets. The garage spaces in Spitalfields and Banglatown, which were known for anti-social behaviour, have now made way for seven new affordable rented homes due for completion in early 2022. Cllr Danny Hassell, Cabinet Member ...

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Pakistan in catch 22 situation after China ‘insults Prophet Mohammad’

By Matiar Chowdhury:   Irked on allegations of “PBUH” printed on tiles, Pakistanis attacked Chinese tiles manufacturing company in Faisalabad and beat up Chinese workers Chinese Company Faces Wrath in Pakistan over the Insult of Prophet Mohammed. A Chinese Tiles Manufacturing Factoring is mentioned going against the religious norms of the Pakistani People, the used of certain phrases are not ...

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Brighter future for Bangladesh apparel industry

Rayhan Ahmed Topader :   Bangladesh textile industry has very bright future with its robust demand in garment sector. But it is true that there are some challenges that Bangladesh has to face to survive in this sector. We know that availability of abundant natural gas, cheap labour, energy is the backbone of this industry. But in recent years this ...

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Abdulrazak Gurnah wins the 2021 Nobel prize in literature

  By Muhammed Shahed Rahman:   On 7 October Swedish Academy announced Tanzania’s novelist Abdulrazak Gurnah has won the 2021 Nobel prize in literature. Abdulrazak Gurnah was named the 116th author to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. He will receive one million Swedish kronor. Gurnah, 63, has written 10 novels. ‘Paradise’ is one of them. The novel was published ...

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Tribute paid to Reverend Aloke Biswas

    Bangla Mirror Desk:   A memorial service was held for Rev Aloke Biswas on 10 October at Tower Hamlets Community Church in Poplar, East London, organised by the Bengali Christian Fellowship UK. The veteran anti-racist activist Rev Aloke Biswas passed away on 2 October in Kolkata, West Bengal, at his residence. He had been suffering from multiple ailments ...

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