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45 deaths within 24 hours, country records lowest cases in eight weeks

Site where Pakistani Pakistani aggressors surrender to be made into tourist spot

Owners and workers demand introduction of long distance public transport before Eid

25,000 vehicles cross the Bangabandhu Bridge in 24 hours

Govt. directive goes for a toss as two more ferries operate to contain homebound passengers

Third wave of coronavirus can hit Bangladesh if people don't take the pandemic seriously, says Maleque

Dhaka, May 3: The second wave of corona has come in the country due to widespread reluctance and negligence in human health. If this happens again, the third wave of coronavirus may hit the country very soon. Health Minister Zahid Maleque made the remarks as the virtual chief guest at the Health Department's Golden Jubilee celebrations on Sunday (May 2nd) morning.

Heavy rains with gusty winds lash Dhaka; Nor'wester with depression-flood alert sounded

Dhaka, May 3: Many parts of Dhaka have received torrential rains with gusty winds at night. It started raining at 9.50 pm on Sunday (May 2) in the middle of Dhaka including Malibagh, Mouchak, Shantinagar, Magbazar, Rajarbagh, Khilgaon and Goran. After the heat of the day, the rain is a relief. With this the wind began to blow with intense speed.

Structuring of Padma Setu complete

Dhaka, May 3: The work of the entire structure of Padma Bridge has been completed. So far, the progress of the construction of the main bridge is 93.25 percent, Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader made the remarks at a meeting with BRTC and BRTA officials of Sylhet Zone, on Sunday (May 2). The Minister virtually joined the meeting from his official residence.

COVID-19: Bangladesh registers 69 new deaths

Dhaka, May 2, 2021: The list of deaths due to coronavirus (Covid-19) in the country is getting longer and longer.

Mominul: Hearing on May 9

Dhaka, May 2, 2021: Police and District Detective Branch (DB) have applied for a 24-day remand for interrogation of Hefazat-e-Islam joint secretary general Mamunul Haque. The remand was applied in three cases on Monday (May 2).

Bangladesh: COVID-19 may increase if courts are opened

Dhaka, May 2, 2021: The risk of infection will increase if all the courts of the High Court Division are reopened in the ongoing situation in Corona.

Saudi people arrested in Dhaka airport with gold

Dhaka, May 2, 2021: A Saudi expatriate named Joynal Abedin has been arrested for smuggling gold.

More Rohingyas escaping Myanmar, arriving in Bangladesh

Dhaka, May 2, 2021: In the aftermath of the military coup in Myanmar, attempts to infiltrate the Rohingya into Bangladesh through the Cox's Bazar border have increased.

London Deputy Mayor is now a Bangladeshi woman

Dhaka, May 2, 2021: Jotsna Rahman Islam, a daughter of Bangladesh, has been elected as the Deputy Mayor of London Bar of Redbridge.

Eid: Bangladesh cities witnessing excessive crowd of buyers despite Corona fear

Dhaka, May 2, 2021: Ignoring the fear of Corona, the people of the capital are busy shopping for Eid.

Brahmanberia incident: Case filed against Hefajat leader

A case has been filed under the Digital Security Act naming 14 people, including Hefazat-e-Islam district branch president Maulana Sajidur Rahman and general secretary Maulana Mubarak Ullah, in connection with the Brahmanbaria violence.

60 succumb to coronavirus in a day

Dhaka, May 1: In the last 24 hours, 60 people have died of coronavirus in the country. So far, a total of 11,510 people have died in the country with coronavirus. At the time, 1,452 people had been newly diagnosed with the disease. This brought the overall number patients in Bangladesh to 7,60,584.

Government planning to open public transport ahead of Eid

Dhaka, May 1: Awami League General Secretary and Minister for Road Transport and Bridges Obaidul Quader said the government is thinking of launching public transport ahead of Eid.

Govt. nominates three Bangladeshis for World Bank's ICSID panel

Dhaka, May 1: The government's law and justice department has nominated three Bangladeshis for the World Bank's International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) 's list of prestigious arbitrators and conciliators.

Brahmanbaria violence aimed at taking Bangladesh backwards

Dhaka, May 1: Violence has been carried out in Brahmanbaria to take Bangladesh backwards. Md. Habibur Rahman, Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), made the remarks in response to a question from reporters after visiting the Sur Samrat the Alauddin Music Hall in Brahmanbaria, which was damaged by the Hifazat-e-Islam violence at 10:30 am on Saturday (May 1).