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  • Coronavirus: Bangladesh reports 30 more deaths, 2,686 new cases
  • Coronavirus: Bangladesh reports 30 more deaths, 2,686 new cases
  • Rural economy going to be under pressure with returnees from cities: Experts
  • Global coronavirus cases top 12 million: JHU
  • BGB officially protests against Anandabazar report
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  • Covid-19: Bangladesh reports 37 more deaths, 2,949 new cases
  • Global aid to education likely to fall: UNESCO
  • WHO urges aggressive virus measures as flare-ups spark new closures
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Strike continues despite govt pledges to meet demands

Strike continues despite govt pledges to meet demands

The transport strike continued for the fourth day in a number of districts despite the government’s assurance to meet transport workers’ demands…
Onion prices rise again amid strike

Onion prices rise again amid strike

The prices of onions and vegetables in the capital’s kitchen markets have increased as transport workers continue to strike over the new road transport…
Drive against 
graft, terror
to continue

Drive against graft, terror to continue

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday reiterated that the ongoing drive against corruption, terrorism and militancy will continue. Addressing a civic…

Bangladesh eying history in maiden day-night Test

Despite being humiliated in the first match in Indore, Bangladesh dare to create a history when they play their maiden day-night Test against India in Kolkata, beginning today. Bangladesh, which lost the Indore Test by an innings and 130-run margin inside just three days, still oozed with confidence,…

No excesses over transport act implementation

Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader yesterday said there would be no further complexities regarding the Road Transport Act as exaggeration will be avoided while enforcing the law. “There is no reason to disrupt vehicular movement on roads as transport strike is no more. The issue…

Suu Kyi to lead Myanmar defence in ICJ

Myanmar's civilian leader and Nobel peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi will head up a delegation to the UN's top court to defend a case accusing the mainly Buddhist country of genocide against Rohingya Muslims, the government said Wednesday, a decision that blind-sided observers. West African nation…
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