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  • Booster doses to be available for citizens above 40: Minister
  • McDonald's profits rise as fast-food giant lifts prices carefully
  • 10 Zebras' death: Probe panel visits Safari Park
  • People shiver as cold wave priests in Bangladesh
  • North Korea test-fires most powerful missile since 2017
  • Global Covid cases top 372 million
  • Man beaten to death ‘by in-laws’ in Khulna
  • Blizzard buffets East Coast with deep snow, winds, flooding
  • U-19 World Cup: Bangladesh dismissed for 111 against India in QF
  • Thousands in Ottawa protest COVID mandates, many rebuked
  • 3 journos injured while reporting on UP polls in Thakurgaon
  • NBR asks trade bodies, professionals for budget proposals
  • Another zebra dies at Gazipur Safari Park
  • TMTE graduation ceremony of primary teachers held
  • Energypac inaugurates generator testing lab
  • Covid surge in Rajshahi: Shops, restaurants to shut by 8pm
  • 3 killed as bus hits three-wheeler in Manikganj
  • Covid in Bangladesh: Daily deaths rise to 21, positivity rate declines to 31.10 %
  • Covid surge in Rajshahi: Shops, restaurants to shut by 8pm
  • Textile millers oppose plan for gas price hike
  • DU Chhatra League hall conference on Sunday
  • First Arabic Netflix film tackles taboos, sparks controversy
  • India records 235,532 new COVID-19 cases
  • Keep schools open to avert learning catastrophe: UNICEF
  • Khagrachari: Cold-related illnesses kill 15 kids in 3 months
  • Dhaka to become “economically more pertinent” to Canberra with geopolitical aspects in mind
  • 388 more test positive for Covid-19 with one death in Rajshahi
  • Cold wave grips Bangladesh
  • UK PM to urge Putin to 'step back' to avoid bloodshed
  • Ilias Kanchan is the new president of film artistes' body
  • Global COVID-19 cases top 369 million
  • Russia says US ignored its security demands over Ukraine
  • Argentine singer Verdaguer dies of COVID-19 complications
  • Omicron drives US deaths higher than in fall’s delta wave
  • BPL 2022: Fletcher, Mushfiqur guide Khulna to 2nd win
  • Police being built as a world-class force: Home Minister
  • Narayanganj garment factory fire under control after 5 hours
  • Film Artistes Association election concludes at BFDC
  • Law on EC formulation is a unique milestone: Quader
  • Garments factory catches fire in Narayanganj
  • World News
    India records 235,532 new COVID-19 cases India's COVID-19 tally rose to 40,858,241 on Saturday as 235,532 new cases were…
    Global COVID-19 cases top 369 million The overall number of Covid cases has surpassed 369 million amid a surge in Omicron…
    Russia says US ignored its security demands over Ukraine  Russia said Friday it will not start a war in Ukraine but warned that the…
    Metro
    Man beaten to death ‘by in-laws’ in Khulna  A man was beaten to death allegedly by his brother-in-law and father-in-law at Miyapara Pipermor in Khulna city Saturday afternoon. The deceased…
    TMTE graduation ceremony of primary teachers held The graduation ceremony of the second cohort of primary teachers under the Training of Master Trainers in English (TMTE) project, a collaboration between…
  • Covid surge in Rajshahi: Shops, restaurants to shut by 8pm
  • Swami Vivekananda's 160th birthday celebrated
  • Metro rail milestone: Last segment of MRT-6 line installed Thursday
  • Bangladesh
    10 Zebras' death: Probe panel visits Safari Park  The inquiry committee formed to investigate the death of 10 zebras at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Safari Park in Gazipur visited the park on Sunday. The inquiry committee contacted foreign experts and experienced doctors to prevent such deaths of zebras. The committee also talked to South African…
    People shiver as cold wave priests in Bangladesh A cold wave is sweeping different parts of the country and it may continue. “Mild to moderate cold wave is sweeping Rajshahi, Rangpur, Tangail, Gopalgonj, Faridpur, Madaripur, Rangamati, Feni, Moulvibazar, Jashore, Kushtia, Chuadanga, Barishal and Bhola districts and Sitakunda upazila  and…
  • Covid surge in Rajshahi: Shops, restaurants to shut by 8pm
  • Keep schools open to avert learning catastrophe: UNICEF
  • Politics
    DU Chhatra League hall conference on Sunday  A conference of 18 halls of Dhaka University Chhatra League will be held on Sunday at the Teachers and Students Centre, Sanjit Chandra Das, the president of DU Chhatra League, has said. "We want those as leaders who will able to make this university a research ground, ready to sacrifice for…
    Holding elections under party govt is the only solution: CEC
Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) KM Nurul Huda on Thursday said holding generation elections under a party government is the only solution although it is difficult to do so. He made the remark while addressing a function titled “RFED Talk with KM Nurul Huda" arranged by Reporters Forum for…
  • Law on EC formation just a ‘blueprint’ to prolong power: BNP
  • BNP trying to save country, not harming it: Fakhrul
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    • France : People walk on a beach at sunset in Houlgate, northern France, on August 8, 2020. AFP PHOTO
    • Pakistan : In this picture taken on July 20, 2020, a livestock vendor wearing a facemask stands next to camels as he waits for customers ahead of the Muslim festival Eid al-Adha or the 'Festival of Sacrifice', at a cattle market in Rawalpindi. AFP PHOTO
    • Saudi Arabia : A handout picture provided by the Saudi Ministry of Media shows a few pilgrims circumambulating the Kaaba, Islam's holiest shrine, at the Grand Mosque in the Saudi holy city of Mecca, on July 26, 2020. AFP PHOTO
    • Dubai : A worker feeds ostriches at a zoo in Dubai's al-Awir town, on July 27, 2020. AFP PHOTO
    • Iraq : Fishing boats are moored on the banks of the Shatt Al-Arab river at sunset, in the southern Iraqi city of Basra, on July 24, 2020. AFP PHOTO
    • Dubai : Dubai's Burj Khalifa, the tallest structure and building in the world since 2009 (total heigh with antenna of 829.8 metres), ahead of the expected launch of the United Arab Emirates "Hope" Mars probe on July 19, 2020. AFP PHOTO
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    • Dubai : This picture taken on July 8, 2020 shows an aerial view of the Burj al-Arab hotel in the Gulf emirate of Dubai, during a government-organised helicopter tour. AFP PHOTO
    • Germany : A bumblebee collects pollen from the flower of a thistle in Unna, western Germany on July 8, 2020.AFP PHOTO
    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…
    People try hard to board a truck, ignoring the government’s guideline to maintain safe physical distance amid risk of the deadly coronavirus
spread, to travel to the capital. The photo was taken from Kashipur area of Barishal yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO People try hard to board a truck, ignoring the government’s guideline to maintain safe physical…
    Garment workers, mostly called out on a short notice, work in a factory at Joar Sahara in the capital yesterday as their management, like many others,
resumed production ignoring a BGMEA call to keep their factories shut in accordance with the government-announced holiday. PHOTO: NAZMUL ISLAM Garment workers, mostly called out on a short notice, work in a factory at Joar Sahara in…
    The government’s countrywide closure forces these trucks, pickups to lie idle at Tejgaon Truck Stand in the capital
yesterday, leaving hundreds of transport workers out of works. PHOTO: SUMANTA CHAKRABORTY The government’s countrywide closure forces these trucks, pickups to lie idle at Tejgaon Truck…
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