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Connetts risked their lives for Bangladesh in ,71

When the war broke out, Paul Connett and Ellen Connett had just returned from the US being involved in the Biafra campaign.

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Seminar in UK Parliament: Bangladesh will be one of the wealthiest countries in Asia

A seminar titled "Economic Development and International Trade "was held in the UK Houses of Parliament on Tuesday at the initiative of the Conservative Friends of Bangladesh. Parliamentary Board President MP Bob Blackman moderated the seminar with the support of Sujit Sen, deputy chair of Conservative Friends of Bangladesh

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Bangladesh proposes parliamentary caucus on climate change

Bangladesh, at a high-profile parliamentary roundtable hosted by the Bangladesh High Commission, London at the UK House of Lords, has proposed the creation of a parliamentary caucus on climate change ahead of the COP28 in Dubai later this year

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EU-Bangladesh cooperation: European Institute for Asian Studies holds conference in Belgium

Study Circle London and the European Institute for Asian Studies (EIAS) recently jointly organised a conference titled “EU-Bangladesh Cooperation: Opportunities and the Bengal Tiger Economy” at EIAS in Brussels, Belgium

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Rupert Grey’s love affair with Bangladesh continues

Homage to Bangladesh, a photo album dubbed A Memoir of a Time and a Place by Rupert Grey, was launched on Wednesday at the Frontline Club in London

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When the message of Bangladesh’s liberation travelled on two wheels

Jamal Hasan and his three teammates decided to go on a goodwill mission for the fledgling state to thank the people of the world for supporting their Liberation War.

1y ago

Persecution of religious minorities doesn't exist in Bangladesh: Gowher Rizvi

Gowher Rizvi, international affairs advisor to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, said there is no "distinction between religions" in Bangalee culture

1y ago

6th London Bengali film festival kicks-off tomorrow

Today, the London Bengali Film Festival announced the full line up of films included in this year’s edition of Europe’s largest Bengali film festival. The sixth edition of the event will run between April 26 and 30.

1y ago
December 16, 2023
December 16, 2023

Connetts risked their lives for Bangladesh in ,71

When the war broke out, Paul Connett and Ellen Connett had just returned from the US being involved in the Biafra campaign.

July 19, 2023
July 19, 2023

Seminar in UK Parliament: Bangladesh will be one of the wealthiest countries in Asia

A seminar titled "Economic Development and International Trade "was held in the UK Houses of Parliament on Tuesday at the initiative of the Conservative Friends of Bangladesh. Parliamentary Board President MP Bob Blackman moderated the seminar with the support of Sujit Sen, deputy chair of Conservative Friends of Bangladesh

July 14, 2023
July 14, 2023

Bangladesh proposes parliamentary caucus on climate change

Bangladesh, at a high-profile parliamentary roundtable hosted by the Bangladesh High Commission, London at the UK House of Lords, has proposed the creation of a parliamentary caucus on climate change ahead of the COP28 in Dubai later this year

July 6, 2023
July 6, 2023

EU-Bangladesh cooperation: European Institute for Asian Studies holds conference in Belgium

Study Circle London and the European Institute for Asian Studies (EIAS) recently jointly organised a conference titled “EU-Bangladesh Cooperation: Opportunities and the Bengal Tiger Economy” at EIAS in Brussels, Belgium

July 6, 2023
July 6, 2023

Rupert Grey’s love affair with Bangladesh continues

Homage to Bangladesh, a photo album dubbed A Memoir of a Time and a Place by Rupert Grey, was launched on Wednesday at the Frontline Club in London

May 18, 2023
May 18, 2023

When the message of Bangladesh’s liberation travelled on two wheels

Jamal Hasan and his three teammates decided to go on a goodwill mission for the fledgling state to thank the people of the world for supporting their Liberation War.

May 18, 2023
May 18, 2023

Persecution of religious minorities doesn't exist in Bangladesh: Gowher Rizvi

Gowher Rizvi, international affairs advisor to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, said there is no "distinction between religions" in Bangalee culture

April 25, 2023
April 25, 2023

6th London Bengali film festival kicks-off tomorrow

Today, the London Bengali Film Festival announced the full line up of films included in this year’s edition of Europe’s largest Bengali film festival. The sixth edition of the event will run between April 26 and 30.

January 5, 2023
January 5, 2023

'Dilchad' more than a restaurant

Buildings, structures, and institutions that are hundreds of years old stand as historical and cultural monuments throughout the world. Every nation has iconic buildings that are priceless jewels in its history. One such place is Dilchad restaurant in London's East End, which serves as a testament to the language, independence, and Liberation War era of the Bangalee nation.

December 20, 2022
December 20, 2022

Joi Bangla! Mayor of West Midlands, UK greets Bangladesh on Victory Day

Mayor of West Midlands, UK, Andy Street, has greeted Bangladesh on Victory Day.

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