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  • Bangladesh reports 2,423 new coronavirus cases, 35 deaths in 24hrs
  • Chinese medical expert team to arrive on June 8
  • Govt sincere to protect people from coronavirus: PM
  • Bangladesh's global partners urged to practise responsible business conduct
  • Global coronavirus death toll reaches 385, 873
  • Protesters welcome new charges in Floyd killing but remain in streets
  • PM narrates in Guardian article how Bangladesh fought twin perils of Covid-19 and cyclone
  • Number of coronavirus infected policemen rises to 5,507
  • Coronavirus Hotline Numbers: 01944333222, 16263, 333; website: www.corona.gov.bd
At a Glance
  • Health Services Division secretary transferred
  • Sundarbans’ eco-tourism expansion planned to attract tourists
  • Two killed in city road crash
  • $12.11b stimulus packages to fight COVID-19
  • Bus fare hike: HC drops petition from cause list
  • Huge potential in Dhaka-London economic ties beyond coronavirus crisis: Dickson
  • Chinese medical expert team to arrive on June 8
  • PM receives more donations to fight COVID-19
  • Roche wins US clearance for virus treatment test
  • Over 40 lakh families recieved govt relief in Khulna
  • Momen condoles death of Indonesian mission official
  • ADB, ESCAP to help Asia Pacific region to address COVID-19
  • Govt sincere to protect people from coronavirus: PM
  • No new dengue cases reported in last 24 hrs
  • China to allow limited US passenger flights
  • Robot dog hounds Thai shoppers to keep hands virus-free
  • Tokyo weighs scaled-back Olympics, says governor
  • Bangladesh reports 2,423 new coronavirus cases, 35 deaths in 24hrs
  • DGHS secretary transferred
  • Mobile court fines Tk 36,100 to 39 people for not using mask in Bagerhat
  • Kurigram farmers worried over crops damage by Indian elephants
  • Ex-President Obama steps forward as US confronts historic crises
  • Imam’s humiliation by UP chairman sparks criticism on social media
  • Bangladesh's global partners urged to practise responsible business conduct
  • BCB denies Mushfiqur’s appeal for personal training
  • Mother of Press Club general secretary dies
  • Public Administration Ministry forms quick response team to assist coronavirus infected staffers
  • Hydroxychloroquine's coronavirus trials to resume: WHO
  • 2 held for raping mentally challenged girl in Rajshahi
  • Global coronavirus death toll reaches 385, 873
  • Mixed messages as sports world backs US protesters
  • People want ‘pro poor’ budget
  • Hydroxychloroquine ineffective at preventing COVID-19: Trial
  • Brazil to test vaccine as Europe emerges from lockdown
  • US suspends flights by Chinese airlines in new spat with Beijing
  • Weak demand pushing oil, gas toward 'terminal decline': Report
  • Searching 'racist' on Twitter brings up Trump as top result
  • Snapchat curbs Trump for inciting 'racial violence'
  • Trump trying to 'divide' America: ex-Pentagon chief Mattis
  • Prosecutors seek trial for Kardashian jewellery heist suspects
  • Protesters welcome new charges in Floyd killing but remain in streets
  • Number of coronavirus infected policemen rises to 5,507
  • Gonoshasthaya requests BSMMU to suspend performance study of kits
  • PM narrates in Guardian article how Bangladesh fought twin perils of Covid-19 and cyclone
  • Vivo V19 comes with new camera experience
  • United Hospital sued on negligence charge
  • World News
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    Ex-President Obama steps forward as US confronts historic crises At a time when the US stands in front of a confluence of historic crises, former…
    Global coronavirus death toll reaches 385, 873
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    PM narrates in Guardian article how Bangladesh fought twin perils of Covid-19 and cyclone
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    Two killed in city road crash Two pedestrians were killed and a motorcyclist was injured after a bus  hit them in the city’s Bangla Motor area on Thursday. The deceased…
    Over 40 lakh families recieved govt relief in Khulna Over 40.93 lakh jobless and distressed families in the division have received massive relief assistance from the government to tackle the situation caused…
  • No new dengue cases reported in last 24 hrs
  • DGHS secretary transferred
  • Mobile court fines Tk 36,100 to 39 people for not using mask in Bagerhat
  • Bangladesh
    Chinese medical expert team to arrive on June 8 A Chinese medical expert team with remarkable success in containing coronavirus and treating patients in China is due to arrive here with a bunch of medical equipment on June 8, Chinese embassy in Bangladesh confirmed it on Wednesday evening. The medical team, organized by the Chinese National Health…
    Number of coronavirus infected policemen rises to 5,507
A total of 5,507 policemen were infected with coronavirus across the country while performing duties as of Wednesday as the virus infection situation continues to worsen with the surge in new cases and fatalities. “Among the total infected policemen, 2106  have made full recovery as of Wednesday …
  • Govt sincere to protect people from coronavirus: PM
  • Public Administration Ministry forms quick response team to assist coronavirus infected staffers
  • Politics
    BNP blames govt for ‘terrible’ coronavirus situation

BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Wednesday said the government must shoulder the responsibility for the 'terrible' coronavirus situation in the country. "There’s no value of people to those who have taken the charge of running the country by force as business and…
    Overcrowded transports a cause of concern: BNP Voicing concern over overcrowding in public transports, BNP Senior Joint Secretary General Ruhul Kabir Rizvi alleged that the government has surrendered to the public transport syndicate. "Although the government was supposed to resume public transport services based on some conditions, those have…
  • Quader diagnoses BNP with ‘virus of criticism’
  • Govt failed to contain coronavirus outbreak: Dr Kamal
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    • Madrid : Birds wait to be fed by a boy in Madrid on June 2, 2020.AFP PHTOTO
    • Mexico : A group of Whitetail Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) is seen at the zoo in Culiacan, Sinaloa state, Mexico, on May 26, 2020.AFP PHTOTO
    • Paris :This picture takes on May 31, 2020 shows sunset on the Pont des Arts a pedestrian bridge on the river Seine in Paris, as France eases lockdown mesures taken to curb the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.AFP PHTOTO
    • UNITED STATES : A scissor-tailed flycatcher bird sits on a tree branch during the first round of the Energy Producers, Inc. Texas Women's Open on June 02, 2020 in The Colony, Texas.AFP PHTOTO
    • Finland : The polar day sunrise is picured at Yllastunturi in Kolari, northern Finland on May 28, 2020. The sun will remain continuously visible for several weeks as the next sunset will be in the summer, on July 15, 2020. AFP PHOTO
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    • Dubai : A handout image made available by the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives (MBRGI) on May 12, 2020, shows Burj Khalifa during a light show to mark ‘10 million meals’ Covid-19 campaign. AFP PHOTO
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