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  • Bangladesh reports 2,635 new coronavirus cases, 35 deaths in 24hrs
  • Bangladesh reports 2,635 new coronavirus cases, 35 deaths in 24hrs
  • Sixth death anniversary of Mahbubul Alam today
  • 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
  • Nagad slashes transaction ceiling to get BB nod
  • Foreign currency reserve, annual remittances hit record highs
  • US protest: Trump sparks controversy saying 'great day' for George Floyd
  • Coronavirus Hotline Numbers: 01944333222, 16263, 333; website: www.corona.gov.bd
At a Glance
  • Bangladesh may face Afghanistan on October 8
  • It’s 2021 or never for Tokyo, confirms senior Olympic official
  • SBMCH orthopaedic department locked down
  • DNCC drive: Aedes larvae found in 131 houses-establishments
  • Coronavirus-infected Biman official dies
  • Six-point: “Charter of Freedom” for Bengalees: Sheikh Hasina
  • Govt continues relief work amid COVID-19 crisis
  • Nasim in critical condition
  • Biden clinches Democratic nomination for 2020 race against Trump
  • India now sixth worst-hit nation by COVID-19
  • No ‘announcement’ made on layoffs: BGMEA
  • IPDC donates Tk2cr to PM's relief fund
  • Tanjil Chowdhury elected Prime Bank chairman
  • Work more sincerely to tackle Covid-19 crisis, Quader to party activists
  • George Floyd: Reddit co-founder quits board and asks for black replacement
  • Dr Zafrullah's condition improves slightly
  • More Bangladeshis to return home from USA tomorrow
  • Bangladesh reports 2,635 new coronavirus cases, 35 deaths in 24 hrs
  • Yabang Group plans $ 1 billion investment in Bangladesh
  • Ex-SCC mayor Kamran tests coronavirus positive
  • 2 killed in Bogura road accident
  • Untimely Jamuna river erosion devours over 200 houses
  • French forces kill leader of Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb
  • France hopes Cup final can go ahead in front of fans
  • Covid-19: US sues Chinese firm over half-million ‘fake’ N95 masks
  • US shows surprising employment recovery in May despite pandemic
  • NBA legend Jordan donating $100 million to social justice groups
  • Biden clinches Democratic nomination for 2020 race against Trump
  • Zuckerberg promises Facebook policy review
  • Virtual hearings: 6,542 people granted bail in 5 days
  • WHO advises people to wear mask in public places
  • 2 siblings among 3 die with fever, cold in Ctg
  • Trump sparks controversy saying 'great day' for George Floyd
  • COVID-19 research scandal: Unwanted diversion during pandemic
  • Brazil threatens to quit WHO, Trump says US beating pandemic
  • 'We want to breathe, too': solidarity from Iraq
  • Ctg AL MP along with 10 family members infected with coronavirus
  • Russia sees melting permafrost behind Arctic fuel spill
  • Decision over Hajj likely after June 15: State minister
  • George Floyd’s death: Minneapolis banning police chokeholds
  • Global coronavirus death toll nears 4 lakh
  • Businessman dies after 3 hospitals refuse him treatment in Sylhet
  • AFC, members out to kick off club, int’l competitions
  • AFC announces fresh dates for next WC, Asian Qualifiers
  • Sixth death anniversary of Mahbubul Alam today
  • World News
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    Metro
    DNCC drive: Aedes larvae found in 131 houses-establishments The Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) authority on Saturday found Aedes mosquito larvae in 131 houses and establishments on the first day of its combing…
    Govt continues relief work amid COVID-19 crisis The government is continuing relief distribution across the country as part of its humanitarian assistance to mitigate people’s sufferings in the…
  • 2 killed in Bogura road accident
  • Untimely Jamuna river erosion devours over 200 houses
  • Infection with Covid case reduces in Cumilla
  • Bangladesh
    Coronavirus-infected Biman official dies A junior technical officer of Biman Bangladesh Airlines died of Covid-19 at a city hospital on Saturday. The deceased was identified as Joynal Abedin, 53. “Joynal breathed his last at 12:25pm while undergoing treatment at Kuwait Bangladesh Friendship Government Hospital,” said Tahera Khandakar,…
    IPDC donates Tk2cr to PM's relief fund IPDC Finance Limited, the first ever private sector financial institution in Bangladesh, contributes Tk 2 crore to Prime Minister's Relief and Welfare Fund. Chairman of IPDC Finance and former Principal Secretary Md. Abdul Karim handed over the cheque on behalf of IPDC Finance at the Prime Minister's…
  • Dr Zafrullah's condition improves slightly
  • More Bangladeshis to return home from USA tomorrow
  • Politics
    Work more sincerely to tackle Covid-19 crisis, Quader to party activists He made the call in his speech sent to media on the occasion of the historic Six-point Day, marking the demand for autonomy for the then East Pakistan, now Bangladesh,  which will be observed on Friday across the country in a different manner this year. He also called upon the country’s people…
    Nasim undergoes successful surgery after stroke Ailing ex-Health and Family Welfare Minister and Awami League leader Mohammad Nasim underwent a successful surgery on Friday after suffering a stroke, said Awami League office secretary Barrister Biplab Barua.   “Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina talked to Tanvir Shakil Joy, son Mohammad Nasim,…
  • Charging extra fares means breaching promise: Quader
  • 5th episode of AL’s webinar ‘Beyond the Pandemic’ tomorrow
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    • Mexico : A group of Whitetail Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) is seen at the zoo in Culiacan, Sinaloa state, Mexico, on May 26, 2020.AFP PHTOTO
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