The death toll from Covid-19 hit 11,510 in Bangladesh on Saturday as the country logged 60 more fatalities in 24 hours until Saturday morning, as all efforts to stop the pandemic have apparently gone in vain.
Sitting by herself at the funeral of Prince Philip on Saturday, Queen Elizabeth cut a regal but solitary figure: still the monarch, but now alone.
This year’s Amar Ekushey Boi Mela (Book Fair) is unlike anything the country has seen. There are stalls and books but hardly any visitors and people willing to buy books.
The winner of the U.S. presidential election remained in doubt Wednesday, with the outcome hinging on a handful of states where a flood of mail-in ballots sparked by the coronavirus pandemic remained to be counted.
Rajshahi, Aug 24: Water levels in many of the rivers in the Ganges basin were recorded a rising trend today like the previous couple of days because of onrushing of floodwater from upstream hilly catchment areas continuously.
Rajshahi, Aug 21: Water level in many of the rivers in Ganges basin has been swelling continuously for the last couple of days because of onrushing of floodwater from upstream hilly catchment areas caused by heavy downpour.
Rajshahi, Aug 20 : Surging of water level in many of the rivers in Ganges basin has been continuing for the couple of days because of onrushing of floodwater from upstream hilly catchment areas caused by heavy downpour.
Rangpur, Aug 6: The flood situation improved further during the last 24 hours ending at 9am today with sharp fall in water levels of major rivers amid sporadic incidents of riverbank erosion at places in the Brahmaputra basin.
Dhaka, July 14: The voting in the by-polls to Jashore-6 (Keshabpur) and Bogura-1 (Sonatola-Sariakhandi) constituencies held since Tuesday morning amid coronavirus pandemic.
Rangpur, July 6 : Floodwater continues receding from inundated low-lying and char areas alongside all major rivers improving flood situation in the Brahmaputra basin in the last 24 hours ending at 9 am Monday.
MANIKGANJ, June 23: The cultivation of Aush paddy is going on full swing in all seven upazilas of the district and will continue till 1st week of July.
Dhaka, May 2 – The government is continuing to provide relief items across the country to mitigate the sufferings of the poor and destitute in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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Eighteen chars in three unions of Lalpur upazila of the district were submerged as Padma River continued to swell, causing immense sufferings to the residents of the areas.
Mymensingh, Sept 15 – Students of two faculties of Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU) have continued their movements boycotting their regular classes and exams.
Upon retiring, many ‘teachers’ will look back with remorse and weep with sorrow and shame when they think about the number of children they tortured, traumatized, and perhaps damaged for life through their use of corporal punishment, but by then…
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The enthusiastic farmers are continuing cultivation of jute in full swing as seed sowing process of the crop is nearing completion in all five districts of Rangpur agriculture region. Officials of the Department of Agriculture Extension (DAE) said a target…