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PM reaches Washington DC from New York

Would have used EVM in 300 seats if I could: EC Alamgir

Contractor GK Shamim, 7 others get life sentence in arms case

32 killed after boat capsizes on Karatoya river in Panchagarh

Shakib, Puja to work together again

Covid: Four deaths, 350 new cases on Saturday across Bangladesh

Dhaka, September 24: Four people died across the country in 24 hours from Friday 8 am to Saturday 8 am due to coronavirus. With this, the number of deaths in the country has increased to 29,351 people. At the same time, 350 new patients were identified. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the caseload in Bangladesh has increased to 20,21,118.

Goddess Durga to be worshipped in more than 32,000 marquees across Bangladesh

Dhaka, September 24: Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Durga Puja was limited to basic rituals for the last two years. But this time that limitation has been lifted. Goddess Durga and her children will be worshipped in 32 thousand 168 marquees across the country. The count exceeds by 50 than last year.

It is important to continue vaccination against coronavirus: Foreign Minister at the United Nations

Dhaka, September 24: Highlighting Bangladesh's extraordinary success in managing Covid under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen said the war against coronavirus is not over yet and it is important to continue the immunization program.

Coronavirus: Daily infection rises to 15.38 percent, Bangladesh registers one death within 24 hours

Dhaka, September 23: Another 620 people have been tested positive for Covid in 24 hours from 8 am on Thursday to 8 am on Friday. With this, the country's caseload stands at 20,20,768. During this time, one person died due to coronavirus. As a result, the death toll has increased to 29,347.

Government working to recognize March 25 as International Genocide Day: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, September 23: Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen said that the incumbent Awami League government is working to get March 25 recognized as International Genocide Day. He said that the genocide committed by the Pakistani military in 1971 was one of the heinous crimes in human history.

Prime Minister at exhibition on Padma Bridge at United Nations

Dhaka, September 22: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina visited the photo exhibition organized on the Padma Bridge at the United Nations headquarters. The Prime Minister visited the exhibition on Wednesday (September 21) local time. The exhibition started on September 19 and will continue till September 24.

Prime Minister Hasina attends US President Joe Biden's reception

Dhaka, September 22: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina attended a reception hosted by US President Joe Biden in New York on Wednesday evening.

PM Hasina expresses concern over challenges posed by global crisis

Dhaka, September 22: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has expressed concern over the food and energy crisis in developing countries as well as financial and commercial challenges due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the Russia-Ukraine war. The Prime Minister, who is visiting the US, expressed this concern during her meeting with World Economic Forum (WEF) Executive Chairman Professor Klaus Schwab. The meeting was held at the Prime Minister's hotel on Wednesday (September 21) New York time.

One dead, 678 test positive for Covid across Bangladesh on Thursday

Dhaka, September 22: One person died across the country in 24 hours from Wednesday 8 am to Thursday 8 am due to the coronavirus. The deceased was a resident of Dhaka division, aged between 51-60 years. With this, the number of deaths due to coronavirus in the country has increased to 29,345 people.

Strict action will be taken against those trying to spoil harmony during Durga Puja

Dhaka, September 21: Durga Puja, the biggest festival of Hindus, will be held in the first week of October. The police have already made extensive preparations across the country to celebrate this religious festival smoothly.

Coronavirus: Bangladesh reports 641 new cases on Wednesday

Dhaka, September 21: In the 24 hours from Tuesday 8 am to Wednesday 8 am, no patient died due to coronavirus across the country. As a result, the number of deaths due to Corona in the country stood at 29,345 people.

Japanese citizen Hoshi Kunio murder: High court upholds death sentences of four terrorists

Dhaka, September 21: The High Court upheld the death sentence of four militants of the banned Jamaatul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) for the murder of Japanese citizen Hoshi Kunio in Rangpur. However, the court acquitted one person from the death penalty.

Prime Minister wants Hasina wants international community to play active role in Rohingya repatriation

Dhaka, September 21: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has reiterated her call to international groups and the United Nations to repatriate the Rohingyas who have taken refuge in Bangladesh, and play a strong role in solving this crisis. The Prime Minister made this call when she met the High Commissioner of the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) Filippo Grandi at the Hotel Lotte Palace New York meeting room on Tuesday local time.

Covid claims five lives, 614 test positive on Tuesday

Dhaka, September 20: Five people died in the country from Monday 8 am to Tuesday 8 am due to coronavirus. With this, the number of deaths due to Covid in the country has increased to 29 thousand 345 people. At the same time, 614 new patients were identified.

Seven youths with terror link missing in Comilla

Dhaka, September 20: On August 23, seven college students from Comilla left their homes after talking about going to coaching. Even after 26 days, they were not found. According to intelligence sources, these seven youths allegedly left home in the name of Hijrat. All of them are members of banned militant organization Ansar al-Islam.