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Police not able to find Mamunul

Coronavirus kills 94 people in a day, death toll crosses 10,000

780 beds at ICU level for critically ill patients

Second wave of corona has increased the rate of infections and deaths among minors

Former Law Minister Abdul Matin Khasru laid to rest

Former Law Minister Abdul Matin Khasru dead

Dhaka, April 14: Former law minister and president of the Supreme Court Bar Association Abdul Matin Khasru is no more. He died at the Combined Military Hospital (CMH) in the capital at 4.50 pm on Wednesday.

Single day death toll nears 100 as 96 succumb to Covid

Dhaka, April 14: On the 403rd day of the coronavirus detection in the country (in the last 24 hours), a record number of 96 people have died due to the coronavirus pandemic in the country, including the capital. Among them were 59 males and 37 females. Of the 96 people, 94 died at the hospital and two at home. The death toll rose to 9,987.

Rafiqul Madani used to watch porn videos: Police

Dhaka, April 14: Forensic experts have found obscene pornographic videos on Rafiqul Islam Madani's mobile phone. Police said he regularly watched porn videos. Gazipur Metropolitan Deputy Commissioner of Police Mohammad Iltutmish said this at a press briefing on Tuesday (April 13).

Seven women among eight Jamaat activists arrested in Meherpur

Dhaka, April 14: Meherpur Sadar Police arrested eight people, including seven women activists of Jamaat, during a secret meeting. During this time, various banned books, various books written by former Amir of Jamaat Ghulam Azam and receipts for collection of dues have been recovered from them.

PM Hasina greets people on Ramadan and Poila Boisakh

Dhaka, April 14: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has wished the people of the country on the holy month of Ramadan Mubarakism and Pohela Boishakh. She made the remarks in a speech to the nation on the occasion of Pohela Boishakh on Tuesday (April 13).

Bangladesh celebrates Poila Baisakh, first day of Bengali New Year 1428 today

Dhaka, April 14: Today is the first Boishakh, the first day of Bengal 1428 and the traditional festival of Bengal, Chaitra Sankranti.

Ramadan: Month of fasting begins

Dhaka, April 14: The moon of the month of Hijri Ramadan was seen in the sky of the country on Tuesday (April 13) evening. Therefore, the holy month of Ramadan, the month of fasting for Muslims, begins today, Wednesday (April 14). The holy Lailatul Qadr will be celebrated on Sunday night, May 9.

Commerce Ministry launches control cell to assist in transportation and marketing of goods

Dhaka, April 13: The Ministry of Commerce has set up a control cell for cooperation in case of any problem in production, import, transportation and marketing of daily commodities. This information was given in a press release sent by the senior information officer of the Ministry of Commerce Md. Abdul Latif Bakshi on Tuesday (April 13) at noon.

Former Law Minister Abdul Matin Khasru on life support

Dhaka, April 13: Abdul Matin Khasru, president of the Supreme Court Bar Association, is undergoing treatment at the Combined Military Hospital (CMH) in the capital.

Former Jamaat chief Maqbool dead

Dhaka, April 13: Former Amir of Jamaat-e-Islami Maqbool Ahmad has died (Inna Lillahi Wainna Ilahi Raziun).

People risking their lives to return home

Dhaka, April 13: A huge crowd of people has returned to the Gabtoli bus stand. Due to the ongoing lockdown in the Corona situation, long-distance buses are closed. This opportunity has been seen to collect high fares.

Covid: 69 die, 6,028 new cases in 24 hours

Dhaka, April 13: On the 402nd day (last 24 hours) of coronavirus detection in the country, 69 more people died across the country including the capital. Among them were 43 men and 26 women. With it, the death toll rose at 9,891.

Shafi's death: Babunagari, 11 others involved in the investigation along with 31 accused in statement

Dhaka, April 13: Main Uddin, the brother-in-law of former Amir Shah Ahmad Shafi of Hefazat-e-Islam had filed a case in a Chittagong court on December 17 last year after the latter's alleged murder.

Heavy weapons including LMG in all police stations in Motijheel and Wari of the capital

Dhaka, April 13: Security has been beefed up at every police station in the Motijheel division of the Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP). Outposts with light machine guns (LMGs) and Chinese rifles have been set up in each police station. Police personnel have always been kept ready at the check post made of sandbags. It is learned that police personnel will be deployed in these police stations 24 hours a day. Similar security has been beefed up in Motijheel and Wari police stations.

Maximum of 20 people allowed in the congregation of Waqt and Tarabi prayers

Dhaka, April 13: As the coronavirus pandemic has taken on a new shape, a maximum of 20 worshipers will be able to participate in the five daily prayers in the mosque and the Tarabi prayers in Ramadan to ensure proper protection. In the current situation, the Ministry of Religious Affairs issued the directive on Monday (April 12) on the instructions of the Cabinet Division.