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Two Dhaka mayors getting ministerial status

Bangamata Begum Fazilatun Nesha Mujib Medal awarded to five women

Prime Minister urges women to follow Bangamata's lifestyle

Coronavirus: Three deaths, 296 new cases across Bangladesh within 24 hours

Country to observe holy Ashura tomorrow

Bangladesh best in Asia in dengue prevention: Md Tajul Islam

Dhaka, July 30: Bangladesh has so far been at the top of success in Asia in preventing dengue and other mosquito-borne diseases. Local Government Minister Md Tajul Islam gave this information in the chairman's speech at the meeting held on Thursday (July 28) at the conference room of the local government department in the ministry to prevent dengue and other mosquito-borne diseases across the country and to establish the third inter-ministerial and planned market around Dhaka city.

Dhaka's population stands at 1.12 crore

Dhaka, July 27: The total population of the country is now 16 crore 51 lakh 58 thousand 616 people. Among them, 1 crore 12 lakh 19 thousand 708 people live in Dhaka city. That is 1/16 of the total population.

Bangladesh: Metro Rail will remain away from Loadshedding

Dhaka, 24 July 2022 : The much awaited metro rail to be launched from December 16 will be out of load shedding.

Dhaka's air quality improves during Eid-ul-Azha holiday

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, July 15: Air quality in the capital Dhaka has improved during the Eid-ul-Azha holiday. Air quality in Dhaka has now been upgraded from 'unhealthy' to 'good', according to Air Quality Index (AQI) score.

Dhaka wears a deserted look after Eid

Dhaka, July 11: On the second day of Eid-ul-Azha, Dhaka, the city of traffic jams, is now very empty. The busy roads of Dhaka seem to be deserted. Numerous people have left the capital for Eid holidays. Noise has decreased everywhere in the mahallas, markets and roads. This is like a different city. The city busy with Eid joy is now empty. There is no traffic pressure on the road. Decreased noise, civic engagement. Sometimes one or two cars are seen.

Transport crisis as homebound crowd leave Dhaka ahead of Eid

Dhaka, July 8: People are leaving the capital ahead of Eid. As a result, a huge crowd of passengers was seen at the bus terminal and train station of the capital. On the other hand, last-minute trade is going on in the capital's sacrificial animal markets. Meanwhile, the capital is slowly becoming silent. The number of people on the busiest roads of the city has decreased. Most of the shops and restaurants along the road are now closed.

Dhaka to Padma Setu can now be reached within 25 minutes

Dhaka, June 26, 2022: It will take only 25 minutes to reach Mawa Toll Plaza end of Padma Bridge via Dhaka-Mawa-Bhanga Expressway (Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Highway) from the capital. Private cars, microbuses, jeeps and motorcycles will be needed at this time. It will take only 6-7 minutes to cross the Padma Bridge. In other words, it will take about 32 minutes to cross the Padma Bridge from Dhaka.

Dhaka-Sylhet rail connection remains normal

Dhaka, June 19, 2022: Dhaka-Sylhet rail communication has become normal due to water receding from the station.

Bangladesh to experience rainfall for three days

Dhaka, June 17: All parts of the country received light to moderate rain with thundershowers and thundershowers on Friday. The meteorological department said that this trend of rain is likely to continue for the next three days.

Dhaka to have a closure time from now on

Dhaka, June 11, 2022: All the cities of the world have a time limit, Dhaka city has no time limit.

Relief from heat as Dhaka experiences short spell of rain

Dhaka, June 9: The rains in the capital have returned to relief. The city dwellers were overwhelmed by the lack of rain. Although there have been clouds in the sky for the last few days, there is no rain in Dhaka. The temperature was not too high but it was uncomfortably hot. As the humidity in the air increased, the body was also sweating in the air of the fan in the house.

Rain in Dhaka, other areas to experience same

Dhaka, May 25: After several days of scorching heat, it rained in almost all areas of the capital after 12:15 pm on Wednesday. The temperature has dropped and comfort is prevailing. In the next 24 hours, there may be rain with temporary gusts or gusts in Dhaka and many other parts of the country. However, this rain will not continue. Intermittent can be of mild to moderate type. The Meteorological Department has given this information.

Foreign Minister level meeting in Assam this month

Dhaka, May 7: Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar visited Dhaka on 28 April. Exactly one month later, he will attend the River Conference in Assam, India on May 28-29. Foreign Minister of Bangladesh AK Abdul Momen is also invited there. There is talk of a meeting between the two foreign ministers in Assam. After that, a meeting of the formal Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) at the level of Foreign Ministers of the two countries is being discussed in Delhi.

Crowds of homebound people seen in Dhaka's bus stands ahead of Eid

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, April 30: People could not leave Dhaka for Eid in the last two years due to Covid-19 restrictions. As the corona situation is under control this year, people have been leaving the capital for the last few days to celebrate Eid with their families and relatives.

City Corporation to be informed about construction of buildings: Md Tajul Islam

Dhaka, March 3: No permission of City Corporation is required for construction of buildings in City Corporation area. Local government minister Md Tajul Islam said the city corporation only needs to be informed about the construction of the building. He was speaking to reporters after an inter-ministerial meeting at the Secretariat on Thursday (March 3rd).