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  • Coronavirus: Bangladesh reports highest 2,911 cases in a day; 37 more die
  • Coronavirus: Bangladesh reports highest 2,911 cases in a day; 37 more die
  • Coronavirus Bangladesh: Total infected now 52,445; death toll jumps to 709
  • Coronavirus Bangladesh: Total infected now 52,445; death toll jumps to 709
  • Global coronavirus death toll reaches 375,526
  • Coronavirus: 2,059 recover among 5,333 infected police members in Bangladesh
  • We will be able to step forward defying all hurdles: PM
  • Coronavirus Bangladesh: Total cases rise to 49,535; death toll jumps to 672
  • Offices of educational institutions will remain open: Ministry
  • US protest: George Floyd’s death homicide, official post-mortem declares
  • Trump threatens military mobilization against US protests
  • Coronavirus Hotline Numbers: 01944333222, 16263, 333; website: www.corona.gov.bd
At a Glance
  • Quader diagnoses BNP with ‘virus of criticism’
  • Govt failed to contain coronavirus outbreak: Dr Kamal
  • 39 more positive tests for coronavirus in Rangpur division
  • Inflation declines to 5.35pc in May
  • England confirm West Indies series for July
  • Mashrafe stands by Dhaka Metro cricket academy coaches
  • Post-Brexit trade talks resume but little sign of breakthrough
  • Govt publishes list of 1,256 more freedom fighters
  • Islamic scholar Allama Kazi Nurul Islam Hashemi passes away
  • 72.12 pc work of metro rail’s 1st phase completed
  • PM mourns death of Islamic scholar Nurul Islam Hashemi
  • UK says virus-related deaths rise to 48,000
  • 5 killed in fire: HC asks United Hospital to submit report
  • Cumilla medical officer, 75 others infected with Covid-19
  • India landslides kill 20 after pre-monsoon rains
  • England bowler Plunkett would consider playing for United States
  • BCB begins groundwork to resume cricket
  • 13 mosques get PM’s donation
  • Country receives $1,503.40m remittance in May
  • ECNEC approves 10 projects involving Tk 16,276cr
  • No corrupt person will be spared: ACC chief
  • Pandemic antibiotics surge will cause more deaths: WHO
  • Monkeys, ferrets offer needed clues in COVID-19 vaccine race
  • Post offices to deliver seasonal fruits without charging farmers
  • Bourses plummet further amid Corona fear
  • Quader for creating massive awareness against coronavirus
  • BL Priyojon customers to get up to 15 PC discount on Praava Health services
  • US plans dedicated flight for US citizens Wednesday
  • Salman Khan''s Eid 2020 blockbuster is a song titled ''Bhai bhai''
  • Coronavirus: 2,059 recover among 5,333 infected policemen
  • Resumption of cricketing activities stressed
  • Coronavirus: Bangladesh reports highest 2,911 cases in a day; 37 more die
  • Coronavirus: First Rohingya man's death reported in Cox’s Bazar
  • ADB expands Trade Finance Program to support private sector in Bangladesh
  • We will be able to step forward defying all hurdles: PM
  • Robert Pattinson on Tenet: ‘It’s an incredibly complicated movie'
  • DR Congo reports fresh Ebola outbreak
  • Football pitch size area of rainforest destroyed every six seconds: study
  • COVID-19 positive cases ascent to 558 in Khulna division
  • 13 die with Covid-like symptoms in 6 districts
  • Rejected from 6 hospitals, asthma patient dies in ambulance in Sylhet
  • Average family loses three-quarters of income in just 2 months
  • Health services for noncommunicable diseases significantly impacted
  • Govt to expand coverage to include 17 lakh under existing schemes
  • George Floyd’s funeral to be held June 9 in Texas
  • Online platform Education for Nation launched
  • Coronavirus: Italy records fewest new cases since February
  • Coronavirus: US records 743 new deaths in 24hrs
  • Spain has no daily coronavirus deaths for 1st time in 3 months: Ministry
  • Mexico tops 10,000 coronavirus deaths
  • Trump walks from White House to riot-damaged church
  • UK electricity plant nears full switch away from coal
  • Global coronavirus death toll reaches 375,526
  • George Floyd’s death homicide, official post-mortem declares
  • Former health minister Nasim tests coronavirus positive
  • Trump threatens military mobilization against US protests
  • English medium schools ‘collecting fees’ amid coronavirus shutdown
  • 2,093 recover among 5,129 coronavirus infected policemen in Bangladesh
  • RMG Sustainability Council formed to carry on work of Accord
  • Offices of educational institutions will remain open: Ministry
  • Late gazette with reopening guidelines reveals 'method behind the madness'
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    52 people fined for not wearing masks in Meherpur Separate mobile courts fined 52 people for not wearing masks in different areas in Mujibnagar upazila of Meherpur district on Monday. Md Osman Goni, Upazila…
    Islamic scholar Allama Kazi Nurul Islam Hashemi passes away

Renowned and revered Islamic scholar, Allama Kazi Nurul Islam Hashemi, passed away at a city hospital this morning(Tuesday) Allama Kazi Nurul Islam Hashem…
  • PM mourns death of Islamic scholar Nurul Islam Hashemi
  • 13 mosques get PM’s donation
  • COVID-19 positive cases ascent to 558 in Khulna division
  • Bangladesh
    39 more positive tests for coronavirus in Rangpur division Thirty-nine more people were tested positive for coronavirus today at the two COVID-19 Laboratories in Rangpur and Dinajpur of Rangpur division. Health officials said the new 39 infected patients of different places in five northern districts were reported after diagnosing 376 samples at the two laboratories.…
    72.12 pc work of metro rail’s 1st phase completed The construction work of the country’s first ever metro rail is progressing fast as the authorities have completed overall 72.12 per cent work so far of the project from Uttara to Agargaon as per the revised plan. “The overall physical progress of the first phase construction from Uttara…
  • Cumilla medical officer, 75 others infected with Covid-19
  • No corrupt person will be spared: ACC chief
  • Politics
    Quader diagnoses BNP with ‘virus of criticism’  Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader on Tuesday said that the main opposition BNP had dragged themselves to a position of ‘political isolation’,  through years of what he called negative and irresponsible politics. “BNP is infected with virus of criticism,”…
    Govt failed to contain coronavirus outbreak: Dr Kamal Gonoforum President Dr Kamal Hossain on Tuesday said that coronavirus is seriously affecting public life as the government has failed to control its outbreak in the country. In a statement, Dr Kamal and his party’s General Secretary Dr Reza Kibria urged the government to take proper steps to contain…
  • Quader for creating massive awareness against coronavirus
  • Former health minister Nasim tests coronavirus positive
  • Sports
    England confirm West Indies series for July

England will play three Tests at home to the West Indies in July, subject to British government clearance to return behind closed doors, the…
  • BCB begins groundwork to resume cricket
  • Resumption of cricketing activities stressed
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    • 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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    Bangladesh Navy Ship ‘Samudra Avijan’ sails for island nation Maldives on Wednesday carrying emergency logistic support items like over 100 tonnes of food, medical supplies and other protective equipment to combat the coronavirus crisis. Photo: ISPR Bangladesh Navy Ship ‘Samudra Avijan’ sails for island nation Maldives on Wednesday carrying…
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