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Sylhet Brand Festival
Bangladesh Brand Forum (BBF) has advisor to the BBF,
undertaken a strategic initiative to delivered a presenta-
transform Sylhet, a metropolitan city tion on the background
in Bangladesh, into a ‘mega city’. BBF and major issues facing
recently held a three day festival called Sylhet. Later a roundta-
the ‘Knowledge Fair’ in Sylhet, which ble discussion took place
was inaugurated by the Bangladesh where, among others,
Education Minister, Nurul Islam Nahid. the Finance Minster,
Abdul Muhith, took part.
Speakers from Dhaka and abroad
Mr Nurul Islam Nahid, Bangladesh Education Minister inau-
shared their insights about the chang- Other speakers included gurating the festival together with other dignitaries
ing context of business with students. Shariful Islam, the
Professor Syed Ferhat Anwar, chief BBF founder, Dr.
Tawfiq-e-Elahi Chowdhury, and
Professor Md. Saleh Uddin, Vice
Chancellor, Shahjalal University of
Science & Technology. BBF also gave
a special recognition to Enam Ali,
founder of the British Curry Awards,
for his success in creating a global
brand in UK
R-L Professor Syed Ferhat Anwar, Chief Advi-
sor to Bangladesh Brand Forum standing,
Mr Mahmud Hasan MBE, Mr Abdul Muhith,
Bangladesh Finance Minister, Mr Enam Ali
MBE, Dr Wali Tasar Uddin MBE and Mr Hafiz
Mazumder
School kids’ help for Haiti
Sixth-formers from Woodlands School great night and we’ve raised £606.35. over a million more homeless.
in Allestree organised a charity night We would like to thank all those who
at Saffron, which is owned by one of supported the people of Haiti.” Alan Brady, head teacher at
the school’s science teachers, Abdul Woodlands, said pupils felt moved to
Shahid. Staff and pupils enjoyed a The Give Water Give Life campaign, act after seeing pictures of the devas-
meal at the restaurant at Curzon launched at the end of November, tation on TV. He said: “I am really proud
Street, raising more than £600 for the has so far raised more than £100,000 of all their efforts. It was a great eve-
Aquabox charity, which has just sent for the Aquabox charity. Run by ning and a good time was had by all.
800 boxes to Haiti. The £600 is to pay Wirksworth Rotary Club, the charity This event followed a fancy dress day
for life-saving water purification kits. sends water purification kits to victims before Christmas which raised £1,200
Mr Shahid said: “The charity night was of natural disasters, wars and poverty. for Aquabox.”
organised by the sixth-formers from
Woodlands School and supported by More than 150,000 people were killed
friends from Rolls-Royce. It was a in the Haiti earthquake, which also left
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