Twenty-eight pairs of intercity trains resumed their services in the country on Monday after 59 days of suspension due to Covid-19 situation.
Twenty eight pairs of trains will run from Monday across the country after suspension of the services for over one month as part of the government restrictions on people’s movement to stem the coronavirus transmission.
Efforts are underway to resume tripartite talks among Bangladesh, China and Myanmar on Rohingya repatriation even though the negotiation with Myanmar remains halted for a long time.
Dhaka, May 6 : Bus services resumed in cities across Bangladesh, including capital Dhaka, on Thursday, albeit with a limited number of passengers.
Road, Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader said today that the government is considering resuming public transport before Eid.
Commercial flights between Dhaka and some 38 countries will resume from Saturday, according to the country’s civil aviation regulator.
The movement of buses resumed on Wednesday, the 3rd day of the 7-day countrywide lockdown, as the government has allowed public transport services in Dhaka city corporation areas.
DHAKA —After the postponement of Bangladesh’s tour of Sri Lanka for a three-match Test series, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) chalked out the plan to resume the domestic league. The board however is mulling as to how they could bring…
Manikganj, Aug 21: Launch services on the Paturia-Daulatdia and Aricha-Kazirhat routes resumed on Friday morning, after a 24-hour of suspension due to inclement weather.
Thirteen pairs of passenger trains resumed operation from Sunday on different routes to make services more functional amid Covid-19 pandemic, said Railways Minister Md Nurul Islam Sujan.
The export-import activities at Sonamasjid land port resumed on Wednesday after four days of suspension due to Eid-ul-Azha holiday.
Dhaka, July 31 – The Supreme court on Thursday announced the restoration of regular activities with physical presence of stakeholders at all lower civil and criminal courts and tribunals from August 5.
Dhaka, July 18: Ending a four-month long agonizing hiatus, cricketing activities in the country is set to begin Sunday, albeit in limited scale at four different venues across the countries.
Flight operations on international routes from Bangladesh resumed on Tuesday after over two months of suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Eleven pairs of intercity trains resumed operations from Wednesday, Bangladesh Railway said.
Domestic flights operation resumed on Monday on Dhaka- Chattogram, Dhaka- Sylhet and Dhaka-Syedpur routes on a limited scale after more than two months of suspension amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is reluctant to resume cricket in the country without a green signal from the government.
Fishermen here are set to start catching Hilsa early Friday after a two-month ban on catching, selling and transporting of the national fish ends.
Bayern Munich said Sunday that players will return to training on Monday for the first time since the Bundesliga was suspended due to the coronavirus.
Launch services resumed across Bangladesh on Monday morning after a disruption of more than 50 hours caused by cyclone ‘Bulbul’. Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority (BIWTA) issued a notice in this regard on Sunday night.
Dhaka – The 21st edition of the National Cricket League (NCL), the country’s most prestigious first-class cricket, will resume from Saturday. The fourth round of the event is set to take place at four different venues across the country.In tier-one…
Dhaka, Oct 21 (UNB) – Bangladesh has signed an Agreement on Labour Cooperation (ALC) with the Seychelles, opening the way for manpower export to resume to the Indian Ocean archipelago nation off the east coast of Africa.
Students of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) resumed demonstrations on Saturday with a 5-point demand including issuance of a notice banning organisational student politics on the campus.
Munshiganj, Oct 9 – Ferry services on the Shimulia-Kathalbari route resumed on Wednesday morning after a 10-hour suspension due to strong current in the Padma River.
The “Rolling Stones” US tour is likely to take place in July, following news that Mick Jagger had to postpone 17 dates due to ill health. The band is working with promoters to reschedule the shows, amid reports that Jagger…
Manikganj, Feb 23 – Ferry services on Paturia-Daulatdia route in the Padma River resumed after three and a half hours of disruption caused by dense fog on Saturday morning. “The ferry services were disrupted from 4:30 am due to poor…
Mobile internet services have been resumed since Tuesday morning after a suspension of about 37 hours.
Entertainment Desk National Film Award-winning actress Sadika Parvin Popy has just finished playing the title role in the web series ‘Indubala’.
Japan is considering pulling out of the International Whaling Commission (IWC), officials told AFP on Thursday as Tokyo reportedly gears up to resume commercial whaling activity next year.