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Sangbad Australia Talkies – A new beginning


We have been of the hook for a past few months as we were working on our new venture “Sangbad Australia Talkies”. Sangbad Australia Talkies is our video initiatives, a forum to unfold stories of individuals contributing and connecting to ...

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Spiritual Journeys – The Mystical Mela Part One

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It’s around eighteen months since I was at the 144th Maya Kumbh Mela – a predominantly Hindu festival, where all spiritual leaders and the public, whatever their beliefs, are welcome. The imprint of this mystical adventure will be forever with ...

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Part 4: Stories on the impact of climate change on Bangladeshi peoples

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Winter has finally arrived in Australia and it’s cold. Most of us have long forgotten the unusually warm autumn days that hit much of the country – just over a month ago -in May. The Climate Council has called the ...

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Atiq Helal and Mita Tariq's solo concert “Khula Chithi”


Famous duo Atiq Helal and Mita Tariq is back with their solo concert “Khula Chithi” (in plain English Open Letter). The concert will be produced by Bangladeshi Idol to inaugurate duo’s CD Album called “Mon Doroja”.

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Omar Chowdhury Ways presented by 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art


4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art is pleased to present Ways, the first major solo exhibition by Dhaka and Sydney-based Australian artist Omar Chowdhury. Chowdhury has spent the past two years working in the country of his birth, one of ...

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Coles mounts campaign to recognise unsung community heroes


Coles has mounted a major national campaign to recognise “unsung community heroes” in its supermarkets, Coles Express and liquor outlets across Australia. As part of its 100th birthday as an Australian-owned company this year, Coles has launched the Coles Community ...

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Poth Productions won the accolades of this year’s Boishakhi mela visitors


Boishakhi Mela has been an integral part of our culture, and like every year, Sydneysiders has witnessed another grand celebration of this festival on April 26 at the Athletic Centre, Sydney Olympic Park. As the biggest Boishakhi Mela in this ...

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Bangla New Year 1421 and Rabindra-Nazrul Jonmo Joyonti celebration


Bangladesh High Commission is to celebrate the Bangla New Year 1421 and Rabindra-Nazrul Jonmo Joyonti on 23 May 2014 at the Chancery premise.

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Hindus want “Yoga Room” at Sydney’s second airport


Hindus have asked for including “Yoga Room” in the plan for $2.4 billion Sydney’s second international airport, which was recently approved by Australia government. Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, said that this new ...

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Snow continues to fall at Thredbo


Australia’s premier snow resort, Thredbo, has received new snowfall this morning, following the year’s first snowfall earlier this week. Preparing itself for an exciting winter, the conditions in Thredbo today saw a light dusting of snow all the way to ...

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