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Authorities fail to control homebound passengers, allow ferries to operate

More emphasis on transportation, health and education in the new fiscal year

38 die with Covid-19 within 24 hours

Crowded Eid procession equals suicide: Health Minister

Sheikh Hasina prays for India as Covid situation worsens

Singer Anup Bhattacharya dies

Dhaka, May 7: Anup Bhattacharya, an artiste and renowned composer of Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra breathed his last at Asgar Ali Hospital in Gandaria on Thursday night at around 7:30 pm.

After family, Deepika Padukone too tests positive for Covid-19

Bengaluru, May 5: Actress Deepika Padukone is the latest celebrity to have tested positive for Covid-19 and is with her family in Bengaluru, media reports said on Tuesday.

Posts and Telecommunications Minister Mustafa Jabbar urges government to build museum on Satyajit Ray's ancestral home

Dhaka, May 3: Posts and Telecommunications Minister Mustafa Jabbar has urged the government for setting up a memorial museum at Masua in Kishoreganj, the ancestral home of legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray.

It is time to get vaccinated: Sunny Leone

Mumbai, April 30: Bollywood actress Sunny Leone on Friday urged people to vaccinate themselves and their loved ones in the fight against Covid-19.

Farida Parveen leaves hospital after coronavirus scare

Dhaka, April 21: Renowned folk singer Farida Parveen, who was infected with coronavirus, has been taken home from hospital after her condition improved. The 67-year-old artist was admitted to Universal Medical College Hospital in the capital from April 12 after being diagnosed with coronavirus on April 8.

Superstar Jeet tests Covid-19 positive, isolates himself

Kolkata, April 20: Bengali film superstar Jeet on Tuesday tested positive for Novel Coronavirus or Covid-19.

Legendary actress Kabari laid to rest

Dhaka, April 17: Legendary actress Sarah Begum Kabari has been buried at Banani Cemetery in the capital. Before her burial, she was given a guard of honour by the state as a freedom fighter.

Legendary actress Kabari no more

Dhaka, April 17: Legendary actress Sarah begum Kabari, who was in life support, has died on Friday.

Legendary actress Kabari critical, in life support

Dhaka, April 16: Legendary actress Sarah Begum Kabari is now on life support. According to doctors, her condition is critical. She was admitted to Kurmitola Hospital in the capital on the night of April 5. When her condition deteriorated, he was moved to the ICU of Sheikh Russell Gastroliver Hospital in Mohakhali on April 8 at 2.15 pm and is still receiving treatment there.

Mim's Iftar family picture spreads message about communal harmony

Dhaka, April 15: Actress Bidya Sinha Saha Mim has won the internet over with her latest picture on social media, comprising her family, who sat down together for Iftar. Mim's picture has spread a message about communal harmony, striking a chord with the netizens.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West agree joint custody after divorce

Los Angeles, April 13: Socialite Kim Kardashian and her husband Kanye West agreed to keep their four children in joint custody, media reports said.

Rabindrasangeet artist Mita dies

Dhaka, April 11, 2021: Ekushey Medal winning Rabindra Sangeet artist Mita Haque is no more.

Miss Bangladesh dream: Mithila heads for US

Dhaka, April 11, 2021: Tanzia Zaman Mithila has been named as the representative of Bangladesh along with the contestants from other countries of the world on the official website of Miss Universe. The model is moving to the United States in the first week of May to take part in the main competition.

Actress Kabori admitted to hospital after testing positive for coronavirus

Dhaka, April 8: Famous actress Sarah Begum Kabari, has been admitted to hospital after testing positive for the novel coronavirus. She is currently undergoing treatment at Kurmitola Hospital in the capital, after being admitted on the night of April 5.

Legendary Indramohan Rajbangshi succumbs to coronavirus

Dhaka, April 7: Indramohan Rajbangshi, a vocalist of Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra, has succumbed to the coronavirus. The legendary musician was admitted to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University on April 4. He was then moved to the ICU when his condition deteriorated. He died there today (April 7) at around 10:30 am, as per family sources.