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Hindu Mahajot demands 3-day holiday in Durga Puja

Mayor Atiq becomes member of United Nations Regional Government Advisory Council

Canada has now become an arena for murderers: Foreign Minister

Dushahoshi Khoka releases

Keep on jumping, Awami League will come to power again: Information Minister tells BNP

Husband, son and daughter in same hospital in dengue, housewife taking care of everything alone

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 20 September 2023: When almost all members of the same family are affected by dengue, the suffering goes beyond limits. Three members of the same family are being treated at DNCC Covid Hospital in Mohakhali. Three people in a family of four are affected by this disease.

BRTC buses will run on the expressway from tomorrow

Own correspondent, Dhaka, 16 September 2023: Bus passengers will be able to cross the Dhaka Elevated Expressway from tomorrow Monday. BRTC is going to start this operation with four pairs of buses. Tajul Islam, chairman of the company, told the media this information.

Traffic movement on elevated expressway begins

Dhaka, 3 September 2023 : The much awaited Dhaka Elevated Expressway (Dhaka Udalsadak) has started traffic.

Domestic worker dies of 'torture' in Dhaka's Central Road: Housewife absconding

Dhaka, August 28: The police have filed a case as a plaintiff in the death of an unidentified domestic worker due to torture by a housewife in a house on Central Road of Kalabagan police station in the capital. The case was filed at Kalabagan police station on Sunday night.

Dhaka flooded amid sudden rain

Dhaka, 13 August 2023 : After few days of rain, the city residents saw the sun on Saturday morning. The sky was clear till afternoon. Then in the evening the clouds started gathering.

Dhaka-Narayanganj railway opens after eight months

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 2 August 2023: Trains have started running on the Dhaka-Narayanganj route after a long period of eight months. The train started running on Tuesday (August 1) morning. This has reduced the suffering of passengers. After the hike in bus fares, common people chose trains as their main mode of transportation. But due to stoppage of trains, people have to travel on Dhaka-Narayanganj route at higher fares. Which was beyond the reach of many.

DMP does not allow any party to hold sit-in programme

Dhaka, July 29: Today (Saturday), Awami League and BNP have announced a counter sit-in programme at the entrance of Dhaka. The Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) fears that the law and order situation will deteriorate due to the counter-programme of the two parties. Therefore, the DMP did not allow the two parties to hold the sit-in programme on Saturday.

BNP announces sit-in programmes at all entrances of Dhaka

Dhaka, July 29: BNP will hold sit-in programmes at all important entrances of Dhaka city today (July 29). The programme will run from 11 am to 4 pm. This was announced by BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir from a general meeting in Nayapaltan of the capital on Friday afternoon.

Dhaka partially empty as city plays hosts to political rallies

Own Correspondence, Dhaka, 28 July 2023: The three sister organizations of the ruling party Awami League and opposition parties including BNP had a rally today. These gatherings started after noon. On the one hand, there is tension between the party leaders and supporters around the rallies, on the other hand, there is apprehension among the general citizens of the capital. The streets of most parts of the capital were a little emptier on Friday compared to other weekends. No one went out on the streets without a very urgent need.

Dhaka empty as political programme gets changed

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 27 July 2023: Today, Thursday 27 July, BNP General Assembly and Awami League's three affiliated organizations (Chhatra League, Jubo League and Volunteer League) were supposed to hold a peace rally. However, both parties decided to postpone today's rally and hold it on Friday as they did not get the designated venue.

Police boost ops to tackle rising cases of snatching in Dhaka

Dhaka, July 21: In normal times, the people of the capital are fed up with the violence of robbers in the city of Dhaka. Moreover, the roads of Dhaka were relatively deserted during the four days of the Eid holiday. Robbers become more reckless at night in an empty Dhaka. Besides, they are also targeting the people returning to Dhaka after the holiday. Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) reeling after a police constable was killed by robbers. Operations have been started to tackle the rising cases of snatching in the capital.

Traffic jam on 20 km road in Sirajganj for 10 hours, passenger suffering is extreme

Dhaka, July 8: The traffic jam caused on the highway from Nalka Bridge to Chandaikona west of Bangabandhu Setru in Sirajganj for about 20 kilometers did not end even late on Friday night. The traffic jam that started from 10:30 am on Friday did not normalize till 8 pm. Passengers suffered for 10 hours due to severe traffic jam along nearly 20 km of the highway.

People from South Bengal returning to Dhaka in launch to join workplace

Dhaka, 8 July 2023 : After the holy Eid-ul-Azhar holiday, people from the southern region are returning to Dhaka by boat to join the workplace.

Dhaka roads still empty, no traffic jam seen

Dhaka, July 4: Two working days have passed after the five-day holiday on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha. Even on the third working day on Tuesday, the roads of the traffic-congested city of Dhaka have not returned to normal. Despite the opening of all kinds of public and private offices, the pressure of public transport on the streets of Dhaka is still very low. Private cars were not seen as well. As a result, most of the streets of the capital are still almost empty.

1 crore SIM users left Dhaka in 5 days; still most of the roads in Dhaka are empty

Dhaka, July 3: From June 27 to July 1, in these five days, 99 lakh 47 thousand 726 SIM users left Dhaka. On the contrary, 32 lakh 82 thousand 152 people entered Dhaka during this period. Meanwhile, after the five-day holiday of Eid-ul-Azha, government and private offices opened on Sunday, but most of the streets of the capital remained empty.