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Bangladesh High Commission London organises Students Achievements Awards

Bangladeshi High Commissioner to the UK Mohammod Abdul Hannan said that,he hopes one day Britain will be lead by the British-Bangladeshi students. He also said British Bangladeshi students’ achievements are outstanding. Muhammod Abdul Hannan said this in a meeting organised by Bangladesh High ...

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Sumaya want to show up Bengali culture to the world

Sumaya Ashraf Mannan wants to be a Psychologist in future and wants to highlight Bangladesh to the world. She passed her GCSE with Nine As and two AStars from Seven Kings School and as a recognigtion, Sumaya received the 2014 Student Achievement ...

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Tower Hamlets launches recruitment campaign for more foster carers

Tower Hamlets Council has today (Monday, March 2) launched a high-profile campaign to find more foster carers for children. For the next two weeks the council will be advertising across eight boroughs in East London. The adverts focus on the fun side of ...

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Rushanara Ali MP holds Uniting for Women event in celebration of International Women’s Day

Ahead of International Women’s Day on Sunday 8 March, Rushanara Ali MP last night marked the occasion by hosting a large public event alongside Deputy Leader of the Labour Party, Harriet Harman MP. Part of Labour’s Woman to Woman campaign, ...

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The CJA condemns brutal murder of blogger Avijit Roy

Ansar Ahmed Ullah:: Avijit Roy, a US-based blogger of Bangladeshi origin, was hacked to death on the streets of Dhaka on 26 February by terrorists trying to stifle free speech. His wife and fellow blogger Rafida Ahmed Bonya suffered head injuries ...

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School offers for Tower Hamlets children are among London’s best

Tower Hamlets once again has one of London’s best records for offering pupils starting secondary school a place at their first-choice school.  The figure, of 74 per cent*, is the eighth highest in London. The London average this year is ...

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‘Save Our NHS’  

TUSC parliamentary candidate for Bethnal Green and Bow Glyn Robbins joined scores of other local people taking part in a national day of action to Save the NHS (Saturday 29th Feb).  Petitions were collected in Roman Road and later outside ...

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Labour picks Sumon as local candidate

Peter Hawkey (left) congratulating Sumon Hoque (right) on becoming the Scottish Labour candidate for Banff and Buchan in the General Election. The Banff and Buchan Labour Party has selected Sumon Hoque as its candidate for this May’s General Election during ...

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Beckton Community Neighbourhood observes International Mother Language Day

Beckton Community Neighbourhood organised an event to observe International Mother Language Day, on Saturday 21st February 2015 at 12.00 pm outside Beckton Globe. The event featured cultural performances from the different communities in the area along with a variety of ...

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DUDA takes initiative to establish women’s college and maternity hospital in Digholbak

Digholbak Union Development Association UK (DUDA) has taken an initiative to establish women’s college and maternity hospital in Digholbak Union of Nabiganj Union. The newly appointed Advisor of the organisation and prominent industrialists Alhaj Motiur Rahman Chowdhury told this in ...

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