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  • Bangladesh reports 2,828 new coronavirus cases, 30 deaths in 24hrs
  • Coronaviorus Bangladesh: 643 more recover as taking the total number of recoveries to 12,804
  • Coronavirus Bangladesh: Total cases reach to 60,391 as death toll now 811
  • World Environment Day today
  • Global death toll from coronavirus reaches 389,645
  • Nasim undergoes successful surgery after stroke
  • Coronavirus Hotline Numbers: 01944333222, 16263, 333; website: www.corona.gov.bd
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3 more test positive

3 more test positive
Three more people have tested positive for coronavirus infection, pushing the total number of confirmed cases to 27 across the country. Among the newly-infected, one is a woman and two are men. Dr Meerjady Sabrina Flora, director of the Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR), disclosed the latest figures at a press conference at the Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons (BCPS) at Mohakhali. Another died with coronavirus symptom in North Tolarbagh in Mirpur-1 in the capital yesterday. Additional deputy commissioner of police Mahmuda Afroz said, the deceased was suspected coronavirus patient and his samples have been sent to the IEDCR for examination. Till now we haven't got the result. Locals said the man…

Be alert, together we'll prevail: Joy

Be alert, together we'll prevail: Joy

Prime Minister's ICT Adviser Sajeeb Wazed Joy yesterday urged all to remain alert instead of getting panicked, saying together they will prevail dealing with the coronavirus situation. "Let me assure you that the Prime Minister and the Awami League government are beside you during this hour.…
Home quarantine move draws lukewarm response in Barishal

Home quarantine move draws lukewarm response in Barishal

Less than one-tenth of the people who have returned from abroad are observing home quarantine, while the rest are endangering others in the Barishal Division. Yamin Chowdhury, Barishal divisional commissioner, disclosed that over 10,300 expatriates returned from abroad to different areas fewer than…
Refrain from hoarding

Refrain from hoarding

In a period of crisis what is needed most is a considerate approach with emphasis on collective survival instead of individual protection. In that spirit, the government has called on the people to buy the necessary items as per need and refrain from panic stockpiling which may result in market shortage,…
Dhaka stocks plunge despite 
circuit breaker on companies

Dhaka stocks plunge despite circuit breaker on companies

Country’s premier bourse, Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), yesterday closed with downward trend, a day after the securities regulator imposed circuit breaker to boost the ailing capital market. The broad index, DSEX closed at 3960.17 points yesterday, first working day of the week, with a fall of 14.79…
Powerful quake damages buildings in Croatia

Powerful quake damages buildings in Croatia

A 5.3-magnitude earthquake tore down chunks of buildings in Zagreb and left a teenager in critical condition yesterday, state media reported, as authorities warned residents not to gather together and further spread the coronavirus. The quake, the most powerful to strike the Croatia capital in nearly…
Ananta Jalil to make ‘Most Welcome 3’

Ananta Jalil to make ‘Most Welcome 3’

Making his acting debut in the country’s film industry with the film ‘Khoj: The Search’ in 2010, much-talked-about actor-director-producer Ananta Jalil has six successful films to his credit in his one-decade film career. Among his films, ‘Most Welcome’ (2012) is one of…
BCB offers nat’l selector’s job to Razzak

BCB offers nat’l selector’s job to Razzak

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has offered the post of national selector to left-arm spinner Abdur Razzak, but he has not yet decided whether to take up the offer. The BCB has been seeking a string of ex-national cricketers with spotless and clean images for its different development and managerial…
Thousands suffer as drinking water crisis hits coastal areas

Thousands suffer as drinking water crisis hits coastal areas

Hundreds of thousands of people living in coastal areas are reeling from acute drinking water shortage. Besides, indiscriminate extraction of groundwater for irrigation purposes is adding to this crisis.   Illegal encroachment has stopped the water flow of a number of waterbodies across the country,…
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23rd March is an important landmark in the history of our nation.  It was on this day  in 1940 when the historic Lahore Resolution was passed which united the Muslims of the sub-continent for a greater objective. The Muslims of the subcontinent through their collective will expressed unwavering…
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