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  • DGHS Recommends extension of lockdown
  • 170 more hospitalised with Dengue in 24 hrs
  • Govt allows factories to reopen from 1 August
  • Bangladesh sees 212 more Covid-19 deaths, 13862 new cases in 24 hrs
  • Bangladesh sees 212 more Covid-19 deaths, 13862 new cases in 24 hrs
At a Glance
  • Bangladesh to receive 2nd consignment of Astrazeneca doses from Japan Saturday
  • Bangladesh economy unable to bear brunt of Covid: Fakhrul
  • Quader for observing Mourning Month's programmes in limited scale
  • Helena Jahangir placed on three-day remand
  • DGHS Recommends extension of lockdown
  • Breaching Lockdown: Arrests decline at last on weekly holiday
  • 273 killed on roads during Eid rush; highest in 6 years
  • Zverev hails beaten Djokovic as 'greatest of all time'
  • Navy chief returns home from Russia
  • Covid-19 positivity rate jumps to 47.59pc in Rangpur division
  • Community radios sensitise people on World Day Against Trafficking in Persons
  • President mourns Prof Ali Ashraf's death
  • Mass vaccination only solution to Covid crisis: GM Quader
  • Hasan Mahmud warns of clampdown on IP TVs
  • BPL Football put off at the last moment
  • Govt allows factories to reopen from 1 August
  • WB lauds Bangladesh's development despite pandemic
  • 2 bikers die in Gaibandha road accident
  • 170 more hospitalised with Dengue in 24 hrs
  • Hasan condoles death of Lawmaker Ali Ashraf
  • Bangladesh sees 212 more Covid-19 deaths, 13,862 new cases in 24 hrs
  • China virus success under threat as Delta variant spreads
  • SBL provides assistance during Covid-19 pandemic in Rangpur
  • People aged 25 years and above to get Covid-19 vaccines: DGHS
  • PM mourns death of Lawmaker Ali Ashraf
  • 9 die of Covid-19, 1466 more infected in Ctg
  • Cumilla-7 MP Prof Ali Ashraf passes away
  • Delta Variant may spread like chickenpox, cause more severe infection: Reports
  • Japan to widen virus emergency after record spike amid Olympics
  • Sylhet division reports highest single-day Covid-19 cases of 802
  • IOM seeks focus on perilous journeys by Bangladeshis to migrate
  • Initiative launched to end child marriage in Bangladesh
  • Govt. fails to take power from Payra plant
  • Saudi Arabia will reopen to tourists on Sunday
  • 55 to receive Prime Minister’s Fellowship
  • Israel president gets third Covid vaccine dose
  • Salman for strengthening Bangladesh-US relations
  • Biden steps up efforts to fight virus surge fueled by Delta variant
  • 13 more die of Covid at Rajshahi hospital
  • Barishal division logs 16 new Covid deaths
  • Japan badminton ace Okuhara joins Momota in early exit
  • 'Small but proud': San Marino shooter makes Olympic history in Tokyo
  • China can be world's best in rowing, says British great Redgrave
  • Australia hoops blow as Baynes ruled out of Olympics
  • Amazon quarterly profit jumps but shares slide
  • Hong Kong shares fall at start of trade
  • France's economic growth gathers pace in second quarter
  • Human trafficking: UN to act responding to voices of victims
  • 30 lakh doses of Sinopharm vaccines reach Dhaka
  • BB urges people to refrain from virtual currency transactions
  • 'Dhakai Muslin House' to be set up :Gazi
  • Owners' urge govt to reopen factories amid restrictions
  • Scarlett Johansson sues Disney over ‘Black Widow’ release
  • WB lauds Bangladesh's economic growth, despite downturn
  • Global Covid cases surpass 196 million
  • South African sets world swim record; Aussies add 6th gold
  • New Russian lab briefly knocks space station out of position
  • Bangladesh receives 10 lakh Sinopharm vaccine jabs
  • Helena Jahangir arrested; liquor, casino materials seized from her house
  • Covid-19 in Bangladesh: Schools, colleges to remain closed until Aug 31
  • World News
    China virus success under threat as Delta variant spreads A coronavirus cluster that emerged in the Chinese city of Nanjing has now reached…
    Delta Variant may spread like chickenpox, cause more severe infection: Reports The Delta variant of the coronavirus may cause more severe illness than all other…
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    Navy chief returns home from Russia Chief of Naval Staff Admiral M Shaheen Iqbal returned home from Russia today upon completion of his official visit at the invitation of the Chief of the…
    Covid-19 positivity rate jumps to 47.59pc in Rangpur division The daily Covid-19 positivity rate jumped to 47.59 percent in Rangpur division where 168 fresh cases were reported after testing 353 newly collected samples…
  • President mourns Prof Ali Ashraf's death
  • 2 bikers die in Gaibandha road accident
  • PM mourns death of Lawmaker Ali Ashraf
  • Bangladesh
    Bangladesh to receive 2nd consignment of Astrazeneca doses from Japan Saturday  Bangladesh will receive the second consignment of AstraZeneca vaccine doses from Japan under the COVAX facility on Saturday. The consignment, being carried by All Nippon Airways (ANA), contains 7,81,320 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine, raising the total jabs of the vaccine in Bangladesh to one million. …
    Breaching Lockdown: Arrests decline at last on weekly holiday Police arrested 381 people in Dhaka  for violating lockdown restrictions on the 8th day of the 14-day (unless extended) countrywide lockdown on Friday. It was the first time in a week that the number dropped below 500, as movement of vehicles and people was comparatively less,  presumably…
  • Community radios sensitise people on World Day Against Trafficking in Persons
  • Hasan Mahmud warns of clampdown on IP TVs
  • Politics
    Bangladesh economy unable to bear brunt of Covid: Fakhrul BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Friday said the economy of Bangladesh is no longer able to bear the brunt of coronavirus as around six crore people have already gone below the poverty line. “The government wants to create a myth that Bangladesh is a role model of development…
    Quader for observing Mourning Month's programmes in limited scale Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader today urged the leaders and workers of Awami League to observe the Mourning Month's programmes, announced by the party, in a limited scale by maintaining the health guidelines. He came up with the call in a statement issued today ahead of the Month of…
  • Mass vaccination only solution to Covid crisis: GM Quader
  • Hasan condoles death of Lawmaker Ali Ashraf
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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
    • Hong Kong : People watch the sunset as a fishing boat sails past in Hong Kong on July 21, 2020. AFP PHOTO
    • France : A deer hunts a fox in a harvested wheat field on July 20, 2020 near Chinon, central France. AFP PHOTO
    • 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
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    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,
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    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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