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Holy Shab-e-Qadr today

Soon the situation in Chittagong Hill Tracts will be calm: Obaidul Quader

KNF attack to loot money and show capability: RAB

Kidnapped manager of Sonali Bank returns to his family

Home Minister to visit Bandarban tomorrow to inspect situation

27 people kidnapped from Teknaf in last 27 days

Dhaka, March 28: Miscreants have kidnapped seven people, including four teenagers, from Teknaf hilly area of Cox's Bazar in 24 hours.

20 people kidnapped in 22 days in Teknaf

Dhaka, March 23: Kidnapping business does not stop in Cox's Bazar's Teknaf. Miscreants abducted five people from the vegetable field next to the Pankhali Hills of Hnila West Upazila on Thursday (March 21) early in the morning. They have not been rescued yet.

Cox's Bazar: 70 percent discount on hotel by showing railway ticket

Dhaka, 3 December 2023 : After the long-awaited journey on the first day of the month of Vijaya, Cox's Bazar Express arrived in the first tourist city with tourists.

Cyclone 'Hamoon' weakens into deep depression after hitting coast

Dhaka, Oct 25: Cyclone 'Hamoon' located in North-East Bay of Bengal and its surrounding areas has moved further north-east and crossed the coast around 1 am on Tuesday. It has weakened and is positioned as a deep depression over the Satkania and Chittagong regions. It may gradually weaken as it moves further inland and sheds rain.

Clash after Sayeedi's funeral prayer in Cox's Bazar, 1 shot dead

Dhaka, August 16: Miscreants committed violent incidents in Chakria and Pekua of Cox's Bazar after the funeral of Jamaat-e-Islami leader, Delwar Hossain Sayeedi, who was sentenced to life imprisonment for crimes against humanity. The vehicles of OC, UNO, Health Officer, Aceland and other government officials were damaged in the attack by the people attending the funeral. One person was killed in a shootout during the violence. At least 20 policemen including the OCs of two police stations were injured.

14 dead in Cox's Bazar flood

Dhaka, August 11: After the rain stopped, water level of rivers has been reduced. Water is receding from inundated low-lying areas including 19 Unions of Chakaria-Pekua and Ramu. As the water recedes, the highways, byways, unpaved roads and embankments are scarred. Many areas are cut off due to broken culverts. Farmers' seedbeds, crop fields, fish enclosures and embankments were destroyed in rural towns submerged by floods and tidal waters. Many houses and businesses were damaged. The railway line has been damaged.

3 lakh people affected in Cox's Bazar flood

Dhaka, August 9: At least three lakh people in hundreds of villages of 60 unions of nine upazilas of Cox's Bazar have become waterlogged due to five consecutive days of heavy rain and landslides. Roads and houses are submerged. There is a shortage of food and clean drinking water in these areas. The flood victims have to suffer a lot.

4 killed in landslide in Cox's Bazar

Dhaka, August 8: Four people, including three children and a woman, were killed in separate landslides in Cox's Bazar.

5 killed in firing between two terrorist groups at Rohingya camp in Ukhia

Dhaka, July 7: Five Rohingyas were killed in firing between two terrorist groups at the Rohingya camp in Ukhia of Cox's Bazar district. The incident took place at Rohingya Camp-8 in Ukhia early on Friday morning.

12,000 houses damaged by cyclone Mocha in Cox's Bazar

Dhaka, May 15: Cyclone Mocha has damaged 12,000 houses in Cox's Bazar district. Of these, 10,000 were partially damaged and 2,000 were completely damaged, said Cox's Bazar District Commissioner Muhammad Shaheen Imran. He gave this information after visiting the beach at Cox's Bazar Labani Point on Sunday afternoon.

Teknaf, Saint-Martin badly hit by severe cyclone Mocha

Dhaka, May 15: Severe cyclone Mocha hit Cox's Bazar and Myanmar coast around 3 pm on Sunday with strong winds. Teknaf and St. Martin were heavily damaged by the cyclone.

Cyclone Mocha: Distress signal number 10 displayed in Cox's Bazar

Dhaka, May 13: Cyclone Mocha is approaching. As a result, Cox's Bazar has been asked to display distress signal number 10 and Chittagong and Payra seaports to show distress signal number 8. State Minister for Disaster Management and Relief Md. Enamur Rahman has given this information.

Cyclone Mocha: All hotels-motels-resorts in St. Martin declared shelters

Dhaka, May 13: Cyclone 'Mocha' is approaching Cox's Bazar with strength. The cyclone will move over the coast of Myanmar including St. Martin Island in Teknaf and its surroundings, the Meteorological Department said. As a result, residents of St. Martin panicked and began to leave the island with trawlers and come to Teknaf. About 1,500 people from at least 200 families left the island from Thursday to Friday afternoon. In this situation, the district administration has declared all the hotels-motels and resorts of St. Martin island as shelters.

10 half-melted bodies recovered from sinking trawler in Cox's Bazar

Dhaka, April 24: Ten half-melted bodies were recovered from the cold storage (special place of keeping fish) of a sinking fishing trawler in Cox's Bazar. Locals noticed the bodies while checking the cold storage after the nameless trawler sunk in the Bay of Bengal was brought to the Nazirartek coast of Cox's Bazar.

2 killed in Rohingya camp firing in Ukhia

Dhaka, April 15: Two people, including a woman, were killed in a firing incident at the Rohingya camp in Cox's Bazar's Ukhia. They were killed at separate locations in the camp on Friday. One person has been arrested in this incident.