Fresh cases of Covid-19 detected in two more parts of China
China raced Saturday to contain its worst coronavirus outbreak in months as fresh cases were reported in two more parts of the country including the sprawling megacity of Chongqing...
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Global Covid cases top 197mn as Delta variant presents new challenges
As the mass vaccination rates lags, the second wave of the pandemic continues to spread fast with the global Covid-19 caseload sugaring past 197-million mark. Vaccination rates across the world
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WB lauds Bangladesh's development…
The World Bank (WB) has lauded Bangladesh for its remarkable economic development and growth despite pandemic. The multilateral development partner reassured the country to continue its support for prosperity. The
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Tourism, hospitality haemorrhaging money, employees
THE travel and tourism industry is going through an unprecedented crisis amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. With billions of people advised to stay at home and...
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Knowing your COVID-19 symptoms can help to make informed decisions
Although Covid-19 can cause a range of symptoms for around two weeks, the type, order and progression of these indications can vary from case to case and person to person.
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Ben Stokes on “indefinite break” from cricket
England allrounder Ben Stokes announced an “indefinite break from all forms of cricket” with an immediate effect. It means that the allrounder will not be available for the home series
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Chandpur: 50 in jail for the love of football
‘Football, bloody hell!' Fans often remember these famous words of the legendary football manager Sir Alex Ferguson, every time every beautiful game presents some magical set of events that words
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Thousands of Rohingyas displaced after...
At least six Rohingyas died in landslides and flooding while 15 Bangladeshis were killed and more than 200,000 stranded by flooding in Cox's Bazar
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Seven people die from Covid in Kushtia in 24 hrs
Kushtia General Hospital reported seven more Covid-related deaths in 24 hours till Saturday morning
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273 people killed during Eid rush: Jatri Kalyan Samity
Road accidents during the recent Eid-ul-Azha holiday rush claimed 273 lives in just 15 days, even though long-haul buses were operating for just eight of those days, according to the
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Influx into Dhaka amid lockdown continues
People continued to return to Dhaka on Friday despite all chances of spreading viral infection that has already taken a serious turn amid strict lockdown. The returnees went to their
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Saudi Arabia blocks reentry of deported expatriates
Saudi Arabia will not allow re-entry of deported expatriates with employment visas, according to a circular of the Consulate General of Bangladesh in Jeddah. However, these workers can go to
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Helena placed on remand in case under DSA
Helena Jahangir, who was recently sacked as member of an Awami League subcommittee, was “spreading propaganda and misleading information” on digital platforms to defame important personalities and create panic and
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295 killed in accidents during 15-day Eid rush
At least 273 people were killed and 447 injured in 240 road crashes in 15 days during the rush for the last Eid-ul-Azha, said a Bangladesh Jatri Kalyan Samity report
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Global Covid caseload hits 197 million
Vaccination rates across the world continue to lag largely for short supply of vaccine jabs and widespread disinformation and misinformation campaigns
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US CDC calls for new response to Delta variant
‘We are fighting the same virus but a virus that has become fitter,’ says a WHO official
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World Bank move for Rohingya integration odious
THE move that the World Bank has made seeking Bangladesh to engage in efforts to create provisions for the Rohingyas, now sheltered in Bangladesh, for their purchase, lease and use
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Nuke tests in French Polynesia: Macron admits ‘debt’
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday that Paris owed “a debt” to French Polynesia over nuclear tests conducted in the South Pacific territory between 1966 and 1996, but stopped
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Ecuador strips Assange of citizenship
Ecuador has revoked the citizenship of Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks who is currently in a British prison. Ecuadorian authorities said Assange’s naturalisation letter had multiple inconsistencies, different signatures,
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US sues Texas after it blocks transport of migrants in state
The lawsuit seeks to block an order which, according to the Texas governor, is aimed at preventing migrants from spreading coronavirus
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US issues new Cuba sanctions, Biden promises more to come
Sanctions reaction to actions to suppress peaceful, pro-democratic protests in Cuba that began on July 11, says US Treasury Department
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Big Tech booms even as lockdown living wanes
Big Tech goliaths like Facebook and Amazon unveiled whopping profits this week, showing their dominance in lockdown lifestyles is on course to grow well beyond the pandemic. ‘Tech wins the
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Light spotted behind black hole for...
The discovery confirms Albert Einstein’s theory on general relativity
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NASA says International Space Station briefly loses control due to misfire of Russian module
The International Space Station (ISS) was thrown briefly out of control on Thursday when jet thrusters of a newly arrived Russian research module inadvertently fired a few hours after it
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Djokovic's Golden Slam bid ends with defeat to Zverev
Novak Djokovic's bid to become the first man to complete the Golden Slam lay in tatters on Friday after he was toppled by Germany's Alexander Zverev in the singles semi-finals
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Tokyo Olympics gymnast Simone Biles pulls out of two more events
Simone Biles has pulled out of Sunday's vault and uneven bars gymnastics finals at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The four-time Olympic champion, 24, withdrew from Tuesday's women's team final as
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Dressel, McKeon fire up the pool
Sprint machine Caeleb Dressel blasted a 21.32 seconds 50m freestyle heat in his bid to earn the world’s fastest swimmer title Friday, while 100m champion Emma McKeon set a new
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‘Djokovic can’t win everything’
Novak Djokovic “can’t have everything” summed up Alexander Zverev on Friday after he stopped the Serbian’s bid to become the first man to complete the Golden Slam.
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Barega strikes gold as athletics underway
Ethiopian distance runner Selemon Barega stormed to a brilliant 10,000m victory to claim the first gold medal of a spectator-less Olympic athletics competition at the Tokyo Games on Friday.
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Potential injuries from tight schedule concern Tigers
The Bangladesh national team are about to venture into a hectic schedule of international fixtures as they prepare to participate in the five-match T20I series against Australia in the span
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All export-oriented factories, industries to be open from August 1: Cabinet
The government has decided to keep all the export-oriented factories and industries open from August 1 amid the ongoing strict lockdown which started from July 23.
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66 exporters to get National Export Trophy
The government is going to recognize 66 exporters with the “National Export Trophy” for the financial year 2017-18 for earning the highest amount of foreign currency through export in their
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BRAC unveils theme song for “Dakchhe Abar Desh” initiative
BRAC on Thursday afternoon unveiled the theme song for its “Dakchhe Abar Desh” initiative calling on all to stand by the people who have lost their earnings amid the new
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ED: A journey of courage and...
Bangladesh, in spite of the pandemic-induced economic downturn, has posted GDP growth of 5.24%
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OP-ED: Should vaccination be opened...
The evidence so far suggests that mRNA vaccines are safe for pregnant and breast-feeding women
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OP-ED: Living in a digitally dangerous...
Our private lives are no longer private
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OP-ED: Beyond the Concert for...
The spirit of George Harrison continues this week
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ED: Unprepared, once again
The overall damage so far exceeds Tk11 crore
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Habib Wahid releases new duet 'Brishti Jodi Na Thame Aj' with Nazmun Munira Nancy
Popular singer-musician Habib Wahid released a brand new song titled "Brishti Jodi Na Thame Aj" on Friday, by initiating a unique lyric-hunting venture on social media platform Facebook. Composed by
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Shilpa Shetty moves court to restrain publication of 'defamatory content' online
Indian actor Shilpa Shetty has moved the Bombay High Court seeking to restrain media and social media platforms from publishing defamatory content about her following the arrest of her husband
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Israel's president gets third Covid-19 shot, urges boosters for over-60s
Israeli President Isaac Herzog received a third shot of coronavirus vaccine on Friday, kicking off a campaign to give booster doses to people aged over 60 as part of efforts
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Hard-won gains at risk as Delta variant spreads: WHO
The world is at risk of losing hard-won gains in fighting Covid-19 as the highly transmissible Delta variant spreads, but WHO-approved vaccines remain effective, the World Health Organization said on
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