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Entire city of Rajshahi turned into a grand gathering of the Prime Minister

Bangladesh-England warm-up match cancelled

Nipah claims 5 lives so far this year

Bangladesh-Philippines to discuss the recovery of stolen reserve money

Prime Minister inaugurates 26 development projects

Maitri and Bandhan on May 29, Mitali Express will run from June 1

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.

Bangladesh to resume visa-on-arrival for foreign nationals

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, May 20: The visa-on-arrival service on all categories, which was suspended due to the Covid-19 situation, has been resumed for foreign nationals coming to Bangladesh.

Thousands of Bangladeshis going abroad for Eid holidays

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, May 3: Due to Corona pandemic, there were various restrictions on foreign travel in the last two years. However, due to the improvement of Covid-19 situation in Bangladesh and extensive vaccination programme, different countries of the world are now open for Bangladeshis.

A record 1,477 people travel through Akhaura land port in a single day

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, April 30: In a single day, 1,477 passengers have travelled through Akhaura land port of Brahmanbaria, which is the highest in the last two years.

Indian Visa centre to remain open on Saturday, Sunday

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, April 29: The Indian Visa Application Centre (IVAC) for Bangladeshi nationals will remain open tomorrow (Saturday, April 30) and the day after tomorrow (Sunday, May 1).

Hajj flights likely from May 31, ticket priced at Tk 1.40 lakh

Dhaka, Aoril 27: This time the start date of Hajj flight has been fixed as 31st May. The airfare for the pilgrims has been fixed at Tk 1.40 lakh. State Minister for Civil Aviation and Tourism Md Mahbub Ali told reporters after a meeting on Hajj management at the Secretariat on Wednesday (April 27).

57,856 pilgrims from Bangladesh can travel to Mecca for Hajj 2022

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, April 14: Fifty-seven thousand 856 pilgrims from Bangladesh can travel to Mecca in Saudi Arabia for Hajj 2022.

Bangladesh-India passenger train to be launched soon

Dhaka, April 13: The Indian Home Ministry has agreed to resume passenger trains with Bangladesh, which were closed due to corona. The decision was taken on Monday (April 11) after a series of meetings with various organizations in Bangladesh and India.

Health-related information must be submitted online 3 days before arrival in Bangladesh

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, April 11: For so long, after coming to Bangladesh from abroad, passengers had to fill in the health declaration form physically before immigration at airports and land ports. Passengers had to wait in queue for a long time to submit the form. To alleviate this suffering, the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) has made arrangements to fill up the online health information three days before arriving in the country.

'Sonar Tori' returns to Dhaka from Toronto

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, March 31: An experimental flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines has arrived in Dhaka from Canada's Toronto as a part of the direct commercial flight service between Bangladesh and Canada.

People with tourist visa can enter India through land borders from today

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, March 30: From today, Wednesday (March 30), people can enter neighbouring India through land borders with tourist visas.

Teknaf-St Martin tourist ship service to be suspended from April 2

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, March 29: Tourist ship service on the Teknaf-Saint Martin route will be suspended from April 2. This order will be in force till October.

Bangladesh-India tourist visa services will be restored in a few days: Doraiswami

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, March 25: India's visa process with Bangladesh will be normalized soon. All land ports are being opened. Rail communication will also be restored soon.

Another 225 buses will run on 3 new Dhaka routes

Dhaka, March 23: The Bus Route Rationalization Committee has decided to launch 225 more buses on three new routes in the capital. All preparatory work in this regard will be completed within the next 90 days. The decision was taken at noon on Tuesday (March 22) at the 22nd meeting of the Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) Nagar Bhaban Committee.

Vaccinated passengers returning from India will not require to show COVID test report

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, March 15: Passengers returning from India will no longer need a negative Covid-19 certificate if they have taken two doses of the Corona vaccine approved by the Bangladesh government or one dose of Johnson & Johnson Company's vaccine. However, the passengers must have a vaccination certificate with QR code.