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Uttara accident: China will have no objection to punitive measures
Uttara accident: 50 ton crane was lifting 70 ton girder, 10 arrested
Number of travellers through Benapole decreases
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, July 27: US-Bangla Airlines will operate two flights a day on the Dhaka-Kolkata route from August 4 as the number of passengers and demand for tickets are increasing on this short international route.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, July 23: The 'Dream Padma Bridge Tour' package tour has been launched under the management of Bangladesh Tourism Corporation.
Dhaka/Guwahati, July 20: Assam is one of the most attractive states in North East India. Starting from the tomb of Bhupen Hazarika, there are also structures like the Kamakhya temple in Kamrup. Although Bangladeshi tourists are interested in traveling to the state, many cannot go because of the lack of easy communication. Keeping this in mind, the flights from Dhaka to Guwahati route are being resumed soon. At the same time, bus services are being started on Guwahati-Shillong-Dauki-Sylhet-Dhaka route.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, July 13: Bangladesh Tourism Corporation has organized a trip to Padma Bridge and Bhanga Elevated Expressway at Tk 999 for the interest of the people.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, July 2: On the occasion of the upcoming Eid-ul-Azha, a huge crowd of ticket seekers was seen at the Kamalapur railway station on the second day to buy advance train tickets. This was seen on Saturday morning.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, June 20: On the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha, Bangladesh Railway has decided to shut the services of Bangladesh-India trains — Mitali Express (Dhaka-Jalpaiguri) from July 6 to July 14, and Bandhan (Khulna-Kolkata) and Maitri Express (Dhaka-Kolkata) from July 7 to July 14.
Dhaka, June 18: Biman Bangladesh Airlines has canceled all flights from Sylhet to London due to flood waters on the runway of the airport. The flights will be closed until Wednesday (June 22). The Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) confirmed the matter on Saturday (June 18).
Dhaka, June 10: Cross-border bus service between Bangladesh and India has been resumed through Akhaura-Agartala and Benapole-Haridaspur checkposts. The two routes were closed for more than two years due to the Covid pandemic. The first bus from the capital's Kamalapur Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BRTC) depot left for Kolkata at 7:30 am on Friday (June 10). BRTC chairman Tajul Islam told reporters that buses have started plying on four routes at the beginning. The Dhaka-Sylhet-Shillong-Guwahati bus route will be decided later.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, June 4: A large number of travel-lovers gathered at the Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel in the capital on Friday as the 17th international tourism fair, 'Triplover Dhaka Travel Mart-2022' started there yesterday after a two-year hiatus due to coronavirus pandemic.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, June 3: The three-day international tourism fair-Dhaka Travel Mart started after a two-year hiatus due to the Corona pandemic.
Dhaka, June 1: For decades, people living in and around West Bengal in India have been able to visit Darjeeling and experience the beauty the hill station offers. Now, people of Bangladesh can avail the same, courtesy the Mitali Express.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, May 28: After being suspended for more than two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the inter-country passenger train 'Bandhan Express' service to resume tomorrow. The Bangladesh-India train will leave Kolkata for Khulna on Sunday (May 29).
Dhaka, May 23: The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and Biman Bangladesh Airlines are ready to launch the Hajj flight on May 31. State Minister for Civil Aviation and Tourism Mahbub Ali told reporters after visiting Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport on Monday (May 23rd).
Dhaka, May 23: The Prime Minister's Office has issued nine directives to make Hajj management a success this year. Apart from the concerned ministries and divisions, these instructions have been sent to various departments and agencies.
Dhaka, May 20: Passenger trains between Bangladesh and India were closed for almost two years due to the pandemic. However, the train will run again.