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20,000 Hajj pilgrims return to home

Dhaka, July 8: This year, 19,785 pilgrims have returned to the country by a total of 53 return flights after the completion of the holy Hajj ceremony till Friday (July 7). Among them, the number of flights operated by Biman Bangladesh Airlines is 17, the number of flights operated by Saudia Airlines is 23 and the flights of Flynas are 13. This information was known from the 45th bulletin of the Ministry of Religious Affairs on Friday.

PM to inaugurate Hajj programme on May 19

Dhaka, April 26: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina likely to inaugurate this year's Hajj programme on May 19. The Prime Minister has given her consent for the commencement of Hajj activities on that day or at a convenient date and time.

Hajj registration deadline extended again

Dhaka, April 7: The registration period for Hajj has been extended for the eighth time. As the quota has not been fulfilled, a notification has been issued by the Ministry of Religion on Thursday extending the registration period for pilgrims till April 11.

Hajj registration deadline extended till April 5

Dhaka, March 31: As the quota was not fulfilled, the registration period for Hajj pilgrims increased another round. Hajj pilgrims can register themselves till April 5. A circular has been issued by the Ministry of Religious Affairs on Thursday (March 30) extending the registration deadline for Hajj pilgrims for the seventh time by six days.

Hajj pilgrims to be transported in 160 flights of Biman Bangladesh

Dhaka, March 20: Bangladesh Biman will operate 160 dedicated flights this year for Hajj pilgrims.

HC asks Attorney General to talk to govt to reduce Hajj's cost

Dhaka, March 16: The High Court has given a verbal order to the chief legal officer of the state Attorney General to talk to the government officials to reduce the cost of the Hajj package. Besides, the court also commented that the government can reduce the Hajj tax if it wants.

High Court expresses anger at rise in air fares for Hajj pilgrims

Dhaka, March 15: The High Court has commented that the incident of not allowing Hajj pilgrims to travel on any other aircraft except Biman Bangladesh Airlines and Saudi Airlines and charging Tk 60,000 more fare from Hajj pilgrims are 'inhuman'. Besides, the court assessed the Ministry of Religion as a 'Disabled Ministry'. At this time, the High Court also expressed its anger over the increase in the cost of Hajj.