BNP allowed to hold public gatherings in Suhrawardy Udyan under 26 conditions
BSF returns deceased farmer's body after 16 days
BGB-BGP will work jointly to maintain peace on the border
Recommendation for opening immigration at Sona Masjid land port
Prime Minister Hasina receives eye treatment as a general patient
Dhaka, 13 November 2022 : The immigration process of pilgrims from Bangladesh can now be completed from Dhaka.
Dhaka, 6 November 2022 : Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project Uttara to Tongi Railgate flyover and part of Tongi flyover has been opened.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 13: The sky of the capital Dhaka will remain partly cloudy today. Bangladesh Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rainfall in some parts of the country even though there is a chance of moderate rainfall in some parts of Dhaka.
Dhaka, October 1: The Bangladesh Meteorological Department has said that rain may increase in five parts of the country including Dhaka as the southwest monsoon increases its activity. At the same time, the temperature may drop across the country. Apart from this, meteorologists have also said that a low pressure may develop in the Bay of Bengal in the next three days.
Dhaka, September 15: Due to continuous rains for several days, the heat has come down, but the pedestrians are suffering. It has been raining intermittently across the capital since Wednesday morning. Somewhere it's drizzling, somewhere it's torrential. It rained by noon. This caused waterlogging in some roads of the city. On top of that, there is severe traffic jam across the capital. All in all, the city dwellers have suffered greatly.
Dhaka, September 14: On Tuesday, it rained intermittently throughout the day in Dhaka. It was raining at night too. It continued on Wednesday morning.
Dhaka, 28 August 2022 : All the reservoirs and lakes of the capital under public works will be made suitable for use. The proper environment will be brought back to them.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, August 10: The streets of the capital were empty due to the holy Ashura holiday. There was no usual traffic jam on the roads. The pressure of daily vehicles on most roads of Dhaka was not seen on Tuesday. Few private and public transport were noticed. As a result, relief was seen among those who were in need or went out to travel.
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, 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.
Dhaka, 24 July 2022 : The much awaited metro rail to be launched from December 16 will be out of load shedding.
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, 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.
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, 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.