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  • Bangladesh reports 2,635 new coronavirus cases, 35 deaths in 24hrs
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  • Bangladesh reports 2,828 new coronavirus cases, 30 deaths on Friday
  • Coronaviorus Bangladesh: 643 more recover as taking the total number of recoveries to 12,804
  • Coronavirus cases in Bangladesh exceed 60,000; total cases reach to 60,391 as death toll now 811
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Diarrhoea cases on the rise in Patuakhali

Diarrhoea cases on the rise in Patuakhali

The monsoon has barely arrived, but it has already brought a deluge of diarrhoea patients in Patuakhali who have flooded the area's creaking health…

Stress on proper management of ‘blast’ disease in paddy

RAJSHAHI: Paddy scientists and researchers here have underscored the need for acquiring updated knowledge for a proper management of blast disease in aromatic rice in transplanted Aman season, reports BSS. The field level extension officials and others concerned should be equipped and enriched with…

Man shot dead in Cox’s Bazar

Cox’s Bazar: A young man was shot to death allegedly by some miscreants at Pahartoli Islampur in the district town on Tuesday night, reports UNB. The deceased was identified as Ismail, 27, son of Lalu Mia of the area. Farid Uddin Khandaker, officer-in-charge of Sadar Model Police Station, said…

10 drug traders among 42 held in Satkhira

Satkhira: Police in a drive arrested 42 people including ten suspected drug traders from different parts of the district yesterday, reports UNB. Of the arrestees, five each were held from Sadar, Ashashuni and Kaliganj upazilas, seven from Kalaroa, three from Tala, 13 from Shyamnagar, two each from Debhata…

news in brief

A quarter hatching plot in the name of quota reform: Nasim SIRAJGANJ: Health and Family Welfare Minister Mohammad Nasim on Tuesday said a vested quarter is hatching conspiracy in the name of quota reform movement by creating ‘unstable situation’ in the country, reports BSS. “Prime…
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