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  • Bangladesh reports 3,489 new coronavirus cases, 46 deaths in 24 hrs
  • Bangladesh reports 3,489 new coronavirus cases, 46 deaths in 24 hrs
  • Airborne virus transmission cannot be ruled out: WHO
  • Bangladesh economy to bounce back: German envoy
  • China is 'greatest threat' to US, FBI director says
  • Global coronavirus death toll hits 5,43,535
  • ‘Adversity and crisis in every direction’: Taposh on assuming office
  • Coronavirus Hotline Numbers: 01944333222, 16263, 333; website: www.corona.gov.bd
Prices of essentials stable

Prices of essentials stable

Prices of daily essential commodities nosedived this week as Dhaka got deserted, with people leaving the city for their homes in the countryside, amid…
Attendance thinner at mosques for Jum’a prayers

Attendance thinner at mosques for Jum’a prayers

The presence of Muslims at mosques across the country, including the capital, for offering Jum'a prayers yesterday was comparatively low following…

UK advises citizens to leave Bangladesh

The British high commission in Dhaka yesterday advised its citizens to return to the UK amid the coronavirus outbreak in Bangladesh. In an emergency post on its Facebook page ‘UK in Bangladesh’ yesterday, the British high commission said: “To the British citizens living in Bangladesh—the…

Steps taken to prevent spread among jail inmates

Jail authorities have taken a number of measures, including placing new inmates under mandatory 14-day quarantine, in all jails across the country to prevent the spread of coronavirus among prisoners. The measures taken following the outbreak of deadly coronavirus worldwide have been in enforcement…

India’s coronavirus heroes come under attack

They have been hailed as India’s coronavirus “heroes”, but doctors, nurses, delivery drivers and other frontline workers have been attacked and in some cases evicted from their homes by panicked residents. Some e-commerce giants have even halted deliveries partly due to the harassment…
Virus cases spike on US aircraft carrier in Pacific Ocean

Virus cases spike on US aircraft carrier in Pacific Ocean

The number of coronavirus cases on the USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier in the Pacific Ocean has spiked to at least 23, with authorities moving…

Dogs being trained to sniff out COVID-19

A British charity has teamed up with scientists to see whether dogs could help detect COVID-19 through their keen sense of smell, they said yesterday. Medical Detection Dogs will work with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and Durham University in northeast England to determine…
Adv Sanaullah Miah no more

Adv Sanaullah Miah no more

BNP's law affairs secretary advocate Sanaullah Miah died  last night. He was around 60. Sanaullah Mia, also former president of Dhaka Bar Association,…
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