Who am I?

Who am I

The burden of societal expectations weighs heavily on women as they navigate the intricate web of roles defined by their familial ties. From birth, societal norms conspire to define women by their relationships—the child’s mom, Minhaz’s wife, and Abul’s daughter. Her accomplishments, dreams, and struggles are obscured by the roles she fulfills. In the pursuit … Read more

Cybercrime against women

Cybercrime against women

The utilisation of information technology in the nation is presently on the rise. Its benefits are, without a doubt, revolutionary. Nevertheless, its misuse is inflicting injury on individuals. One of these is the harassment of women and girls on the Internet. Despite variations in nature and severity, the vast majority of these incidents can be … Read more

The inauguration of the Mayor

On the morning of Sunday, September 17th, Councillor Jyotsna Islam, recently appointed mayor of the London Borough of Redbridge Council, became the first individual of Bangladeshi heritage to assume this position. The official swearing-in ceremony took place at the Newbury Park Mosque. Her friends and relatives attended the ceremony. The swearing-in ceremony was attended by … Read more

Dengue: Why epidemic?

Dengue Why epidemic

By: Dr. AZIZUR RAHMAN At the year’s onset, experts had issued warnings regarding the dengue condition. However, the issue of dengue control was given insufficient attention. Presently, the dengue virus has manifested perilously. In July, a staggering number of 304 individuals succumbed to the effects of dengue, surpassing all previous mortality figures. Amidst the prevailing circumstances, … Read more

Dengue fever: Symptoms and treatments

Dengue fever symptoms, remedies and treatment

By: DR. AZIZUR RAHMAN Dengue fever is known to be an extremely painful illness. Those who suffer from it often experience weakness, and the fever can linger in the body for a long time. However, it’s important to remember that dengue is not usually fatal. Proper rest and adherence to treatment guidelines make it possible … Read more

British-Bangladeshi Fast Citizen Alliance

British-Bangladeshi Fast Citizen Alliance

A great assembly of British-Bangladeshi Fast Citizens, comprising former and current mayors and speakers residing in the United Kingdom, was convened in London. The gathering evolved into a convivial assembly with the attendance of incumbent and past municipal leaders and presenters and former presenters hailing from various urban centres. It was decided to establish a group named the British-Bangladeshi … Read more

King Charles III crowned

King Charless

King Charles III was crowned last 6 May Saturday in Britain’s biggest ceremonial event for seven decades, a sumptuous display of pageantry dating back 1,000 years. In front of a congregation of about 100 world leaders and a television audience of millions, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the spiritual leader of the Anglican Church, slowly placed … Read more

Protect Farmers’ Rights

May Day is significant for the working class as it celebrates their liberties. However, some workers do not show much enthusiasm for this day as it feels like another typical workday. May 1 is a national holiday, but unfortunately, farmers do not get to enjoy this day off. This day is meant to recognize their … Read more

Heritage and Customs Boishakh

Bengali New Year Payala Baisakh or Pahela Baisakh (1st day of Baisakh, the first month of the Bengali calendar) is the first day of the Bengali New Year. The day is celebrated with special festivals such as New Year in Bangladesh and West Bengal of India. Bengalis living in Tripura also participate in this festival; … Read more

Women In Liberation War

Women In Liberation War

The men and women of this country fought together for a flag in 1971 and liberated the country. Participating in guerilla operations, sharing news, cultural promotion, collection of money-medicine-food-clothes, medical and service work, food and shelter, etc., all women’s work played a role in achieving success in the liberation war. A war has been won … Read more



The native language is the primary factor that determines a country’s national identity. After birth, a kid typically starts by babbling in their mother’s native language. Our first language is Bengali, which reflects our ethnic background. The 21st  of February is a day we remember with pride, awareness, and motivation since it is the day … Read more

Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Inaugurates First Ever Elevated Metro Rail in Capital Dhaka

Metro rail Dhaka

Bangladesh has made a historic move in the domain of modern transportation – Sheikh Hasina, the Honorable Prime Minister of Bangladesh, recently inaugurated the country’s first-ever elevated metro rail. This major feat symbolizes progress and development for one of the world’s most densely populated countries. The new Metro offers an exciting opportunity for citizens to … Read more


The Cinebuzz Production Film “570,” directed by Ashraf Shishir (winner of Bangladesh’s national film award) and produced by Jyotsna and Sham Islam, is expected to be released on the 16th of December 2022. Additionally, there will be two premiere showings before the big day: one in Dhaka on the 10th of December and another in … Read more

Alaur Rahman, a leading singer and role model for younger generation in UK


Alaur Rahman, a successful leading singer, became renowned in the Bengali community and a role model for the younger generation in the UK. Alaur Rahman is a unique, talented from a grassroots community in deprived East London; due to his determination, dedication, and commitment, he became a renowned multi-tented and multi-language singer in the UK. … Read more

15th & 21st of August

By: RASHID AHMED Sheikh Mujib is the largest and heaviest body Bangladesh carries in its burial. One of Humayun Azad’s statements can be utilised to express the severity and significance of the assassination of Sheikh Mujib. Numerous political assassinations have occurred throughout world history. It could happen in the future.However, the assassination of Sheikh Mujib … Read more

Me And My Brick Lane: Part Two


From Part ONE, the reflection of memory continues. Disadvantage Bengali Struggle, the Nightmare, and Race attacked. However, every day hearing the word “Paki go back to your own country”, the Anti Racist Movement was the training point that changed lives into a land of opportunity and hopes both politically and economically; those who came to … Read more

Me and my Brick Lane: Part One

Beginning in the mid-1970s, the majority of Bengali families immigrated to the United Kingdom and settled in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, which has since become the Bengali community’s home. In the late 1970s, racism intensified towards the Bengali population; women were harassed as they dropped their children off at school. In addition, the … Read more

My Bangladesh

My Bangladesh

Our younger readers who live overseas have suggested we write about Bangladesh. Although they are native Bangladesh, they know very little about Bangladesh regarding geographical location, history, and people. Therefore, we have taken this task from our next issue; we will write about different aspects of Bangladesh, including the local history of each district. However, … Read more

Bangladesh’s Independence Day

bangladesh independent day

Celebrated by the Bengali Workers Association. The Bengali Workers Association organised a celebration of Bangladesh Independence Day in London. On the 26th of March, an event was held at the Surma Center to commemorate 51 years of independence and the Golden Jubilee. On the occasion of Independence Day, a discussion meeting was held. The invited … Read more

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