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Dhaka, October 22: Pro-liberation forces and liberal minded NGOs of Bangladesh, a nation which had sacrificed lives and faced tortures to gain their independence from Islamabad in 1971, hosted nationwide events to observe 'Black Day' on Friday to mark the brutal invasion of India's Jammu and Kashmir by Pakistan over seven decades ago and the mindless atrocities committed on the people.
Dhaka, October 22: After one and half years, Bangladesh recorded its lowest single-day coronavirus death toll as four people died in the last 24 hours, between Thursday and Friday. The death toll has increased to 27,805.
Dhaka, October 22: The death toll in the Rohingya camp firing in Cox's Bazar's Ukhiya has increased to six. At least 11 people were injured in the incident. Initially, the two groups clashed, but later it was reported that an armed terrorist group of 8 to 10 people came and shot at the worshipers in the mosque and fled. The police initially said seven people were killed in the incident but later reported six fatalities.
Dhaka, October 22: Ninety-six percent students of Dhaka University (DU) have been vaccinated against the coronavirus, according to Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. Md. Akhtaruzzaman, who made the comment while talking to the journalists after visiting the examination center of the Faculty of Business Studies building on Friday (October 22).
Dhaka, October 22: Iqbal Hossain, 30, accused of keeping a copy of the holy Quran in a Hindu marquee, has been brought to Comilla under tight security. He was brought to the Comilla police line around 12:30 pm on Friday (October 22).
Dhaka, October 22: Police have confirmed that the youth arrested in Cox's Bazar on suspicion of being involved in the Comilla incident has been identified as Iqbal Hossain.
Dhaka, October 22: Just empty words! The announcement made by the Ministry of Telecommunications to stop illegal mobile sets to prevent theft and smuggling has now turned into a farce. In an announcement on Thursday, Posts and Telecommunications Minister Mustafa Jabbar said no legal or illegal mobile phones would be disconnected, considering the suffering of consumers. He told the media on Thursday (October 21) night.
Dhaka, October 22: Awami League General Secretary and Minister for Road Transport and Bridges Obaidul Quader has said that BNP leaders, who have failed to meet the expectations of a strong and responsible opposition party, are playing old records to hide their incompetence.
Dhaka, Ocotber 22: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said Bangladesh is a non-communal democratic country. In this country, citizens of all religions have to show respect to other religions. She also advised her party leaders and workers to increase work to maintain communal harmony as well as hold peace conventions, peace processions and peace meetings.
Dhaka, October 22: The country is observing National Road Safety Day today (October 22). Various programs have been taken up across the country on the occasion of the day. This year the theme of the day is 'Obey the speed limit, prevent road accidents'. President Md. Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina have issued separate messages on the occasion.
Dhaka, October 22: Police have arrested a man from Cox's Bazar on suspicion of keeping the Holy Quran in a puja mandapa in Comilla. The youth was arrested from Sugandha Point on the beach around 10:15 pm on Thursday.
Dhaka, October 22: Four people have been killed in a clash between two groups of Rohingyas in Ukhia, Cox's Bazar. Another 10 people were injured in the incident. The casualties are all Rohingya refugees.
Dhaka, October 21: Bangladesh's coronavirus death toll has increased to 27,801 after 10 people succumbed to the virus in the last 24 hours, between Wednesday and Thursday.
Dhaka, October 21: A writ petition has been filed in the High Court seeking directions to produce the third child- currently residing in Japan- of Bangladeshi father Imran Sharif and Japanese mother Nakano Erico. The children's father Imran Sharif has filed the writ petition.
Dhaka, October 21: The water level of the river Teesta has decreased overnight after the sudden rise in water due to the opening of all the gates on the upper slope and Ghazoldoba in India. At 9:00 am on Thursday (October 21), the Teesta Barrage flowed 40 centimeters below the danger line at Dahlia Point. Meanwhile, 44 gates have been opened to protect the barrage.