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Dhaka, July 14: After remaining suspended for more that 45 days, long-distance buses will run again from tonight. The ticket sale has started at the counters in Dhaka's Gabtoli.
Dhaka, June 22: Passenger launches to and from Dhaka will remain closed from 6 am on Tuesday (June 22) until further notice due to the worsening coronavirus situation.
Dhaka, April 30: The government has allowed international flights to seven countries, including the Middle East, with special consideration for migrant workers detained in different countries. However, apart from expatriate workers, passengers from other countries, including the United States are coming on special flights.
Dhaka, April 27: The Benapole (Jessore) and Petrapole borders between Bangladesh and India have been closed due to the coronavirus epidemic. Hundreds of Bangladeshis are in trouble because of this. They are stranded at the Petrapole border on the other side of Benapole.
Dhaka, April 16: All types of public transport are closed due to strict restrictions to prevent the transmission of the coronavirus epidemic. Although public transport is closed, three-wheeled transport rickshaws are ruling the empty roads of the capital.
Dhaka, April 13: From April 14, the Bangladesh Police has made arrangements for the movement pass for those who need to go out exclusively within the seven-day ban. This pass holder will be able to move on the road without any hindrance.
Dhaka, April 7: Public transport will run in all city corporation areas of the country, including Dhaka, from Wednesday (April 7). Public transport will operate in the city area from 6 am to 6 pm, said Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader in a video message from his official residence on Tuesday (April 6).