BYPS Football Tournament 2021

First match - Friday 13th Aug, 18:00
Second match - Saturday 14th Aug, 18:00
Reserved day - Sunday 15th Aug, 18:00 (just in case, we need to postpone the earlier games)

The final match and the BYPS grill fest will be spotted on a different date. The winner team will be the best of three games. Every match is decisive therefore winner must be decided.

Red vs Blue

Goal keeper: Shamsil vs Tanim
Defender 1: Parveg vs Zahid
Defender 2: Dipu vs Kabir
Defender 3: Shamsul vs Babu
Defender 4: Milton vs Topon
Midfielder 1: Sohan vs Rupom
Midfielder 2: Saumen vs Sanju
Right wing: Rusho vs Shahed
Left wing: Roni vs Badal
Striker: Bashir vs Choton

BYPS picnic 2021

We want to thank you all to make our Picnic event so much fun. Your participation and joyful faces cherished us deeply. Although, we used to have bigger gatherings but this one was special, having to see you all after a long time. We have come to know many new things about each other after all these times. All of it were wonderful. This time, special thanks to everyone.

Pandemic - Latest from Uppsala Kommun

It is more important now than ever to hold on and persevere. From 1 June, a number of reliefs will be introduced gradually (as long as there is no dramatic increase in infection).

From the 1st of June we now get:

  • Visit restaurants and bars until 22.30 with alcohol serving until 22.00
  • Be 50 people at indoor events, if there are seats. If not, the maximum number is still eight people.
  • 100 people at outdoor events. And 500 if there are seats. There are special exceptions for exercise races where 150 people are allowed to gather.
  • Go to camp and camp activities for children and participate in smaller competitions (also applies to adults, outdoors).
  • Markets and amusement parks can open with special regulations.

Bangladesh Independence Day - 26th of March

In the 1970 Pakistani general election under the military government of President Yahya Khan, the largest political party Awami League led by Sheikh Mujibur Rahman won a clear majority in East Pakistan national seats as well as provincial assembly. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto conspired with Yahya Khan and changed their position, refusing to hand over power to Sheikh Mujib. When it became clear that promises given earlier were not going to followed through, the whole nation of Bangla-speaking Muslims and Hindus of East Pakistan began a spirited struggle for independence. On 7 March 1971 Sheikh Mujib gave his famous speech at the Ramna Race course where he called for a non-cooperation movement.

Authorities, mostly west Pakistani personnel rounded up Bengali armed forces officers, NCOs, and enlisted personnel. Forced disappearances went rampant. On the evening of 25 March in an interview with David Frost, Sheikh Mujib still called out openly for negotiation and a united Pakistan. That night the Pakistan Army spilled out to the streets killing and started Operation Searchlight. It was official, they were not ready for a peaceful transfer of political power to the Awami League led by Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

The Independence of Bangladesh was declared on 26 March 1971 at the first watch by Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Another declaration was read out on 27 March 1971, by Major Ziaur Rahman, on behalf of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Major Zia (who was also a BDF Sector Commander of Sector 1 and later of Sector 11) raised an independent Z Force brigade., Chittagong and the guerilla struggle officially began. The people of Bangladesh then took part in a war to get independence from Pakistan. Independence of Bangladesh was gained through a nine-month guerilla war against the Pakistan Army, and their collaborators including paramilitary Razakars which resulted in the death of about 3 million people, as per Awami league and Indian sources, in the Bangladesh War of Independence and Bangladesh Genocide. The BDF, later with military support from India defeated the Pakistan Army ending the war on 16 December 1971 after the Surrender of Pakistan.