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Thursday, 24 June, 2021, Reg No- 06
latest Bangladesh reports highest daily Covid deaths since April 29      
Selected News
  • AstraZeneca vaccine effective against COVID-19 variants identified in India
    AstraZeneca vaccine effective against COVID-19 variants identified in India
  • How hackers pull off $81mn from Bangladesh Bank reserves
    How hackers pull off $81mn from Bangladesh Bank reserves
  • Both formal and informal diplomacy needed to solve Rohingya problem: Speakers
    Both formal and informal diplomacy needed to solve Rohingya problem: Speakers
  • Who is Ebrahim Raisi, Iran’s next president?
    Who is Ebrahim Raisi, Iran’s next president?
  • Covid vaccine reduces hospitalisation chances by 80%: Study
    Covid vaccine reduces hospitalisation chances by 80%: Study
Business
Sheraspace working to democratise interior design in Bangladesh
Sheraspace, an online interior design firm, is working to democratise interior design in Bangladesh, aiming ...
Brac Bank scraps transaction pacts with Evaly, 9 virtual shops Brac Bank has terminated its transaction contracts with 10 virtual outlets with immediate effect.The online ...
Sports
New Zealand crowned World Test champions New Zealand won the inaugural World Test Championship (WTC) title, beating India by eight wickets ...
Historical tweets taken out of context : Morgan England's limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan has denied mocking Indians in historical tweets, saying that the ...
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Coronavirus - Statistics
Bangladesh
Infected
8,66,877.
Recovered
7,91,553
Death
13,787
World
Infected
18,00,03,033
Country
220
Death
38,99,871
International
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Saudi hit squad members who killed Khashoggi were trained in US: report Four members of the Saudi hit squad that killed US-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018 ...
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Experts demand work plan, budget allocation to eliminate gender disparity Gender experts demanded implementation of the policy for women empowerment and elimination of existing gender ...
Countryside
31 more contract coronavirus in Sirajganj Thirty one more people, including three health workers, tested positive for coronavirus in Sirajganj district ...
7-day lockdown in Bagerhat from Thursday In the wake of a sudden spike in COVID-19 cases in Bagerhat, the district administration ...
Construction worker killed as wall collapses in Ashulia A construction worker was killed when a wall of an under construction building collapsed on ...
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GALLERY
Nari Mukti Kendra and Samajtantrik Chhatra Front formed a human chain in front of the Central Shaeed Minar on Monday demanding safety of the language martyrs’ memorial and girls and women after the body of a teenager named Mim was found near Central Shaheed Minar on Sunday. 	PHOTO: OBSERVER
Nari Mukti Kendra and Samajtantrik Chhatra Front formed a human chain in front of the Central Shaeed Minar on Monday demanding safety of the language martyrs’ memorial and girls and women after the body of a teenager named Mim was found near Central Shaheed Minar on Sunday. PHOTO: OBSERVER
Former Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor AAAS Arefin Siddique inaugurating a programme, marking the World Read Aloud Day in front of the National Press Club in the capital on Monday.	photo: observer
Former Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor AAAS Arefin Siddique inaugurating a programme, marking the World Read Aloud Day in front of the National Press Club in the capital on Monday. photo: observer
A Thai pro-democracy protester gestures at riot police in Bangkok on February 1, close to where Myanmar migrants were demonstrating after Myanmar's military detained the country's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi and the          country's president in a coup.	photo : AFP
A Thai pro-democracy protester gestures at riot police in Bangkok on February 1, close to where Myanmar migrants were demonstrating after Myanmar's military detained the country's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi and the country's president in a coup. photo : AFP
People walking on a street in Gaibandha's Sadar upazila during the foggy winter morning on Monday. Bone-chilling cold and thick fog have engulfed some districts of the country.	photo : Observer
People walking on a street in Gaibandha's Sadar upazila during the foggy winter morning on Monday. Bone-chilling cold and thick fog have engulfed some districts of the country. photo : Observer
Bangladesh Billboard Advertising Owners Association (BBAOA) President Haji Mohammad Rashed, flanked by General Secretary Mohammad Mizanur Rahman and other leaders, presiding over the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the association at its office premises in Dhaka on Saturday. The AGM approved the reports of the General Secretary and the Treasurer respecitively.
Bangladesh Billboard Advertising Owners Association (BBAOA) President Haji Mohammad Rashed, flanked by General Secretary Mohammad Mizanur Rahman and other leaders, presiding over the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the association at its office premises in Dhaka on Saturday. The AGM approved the reports of the General Secretary and the Treasurer respecitively.
Secretary, Ministry of Land Md Mustafizur Rahman flanked by among others Secretary and Bangladesh Hi-Tech Park Managing Director Hosne Ara Begum (Special Guest), Additional Secretary and NIPORT Director General Susanta Kumar Saha, Mirpur Club President Mahbubur Rahman, Sonali Bank Director Dr. Daulatunnaher Khanam, Govt officials, club members etc. delivering his speech as the Chief Guest at a programme titled 'Ten Years Plan: BENCity to BEN-Economy' organised by Mirpur Professionals and Entrepreneurs Club at Hotel Tropical Daisy, Gulshan 2, Dhaka recently.
Secretary, Ministry of Land Md Mustafizur Rahman flanked by among others Secretary and Bangladesh Hi-Tech Park Managing Director Hosne Ara Begum (Special Guest), Additional Secretary and NIPORT Director General Susanta Kumar Saha, Mirpur Club President Mahbubur Rahman, Sonali Bank Director Dr. Daulatunnaher Khanam, Govt officials, club members etc. delivering his speech as the Chief Guest at a programme titled 'Ten Years Plan: BENCity to BEN-Economy' organised by Mirpur Professionals and Entrepreneurs Club at Hotel Tropical Daisy, Gulshan 2, Dhaka recently.
Bone-chilling cold and thick fog engulfed some districts of the country. The mercury dropped to 5.5 degrees Celsius in Kurigram's Rajarhat on Sunday, the lowest temperature recorded this winter. The photo was taken from Panchgasi       village in Kurigram on Sunday.	PHOTO: OBSERVER
Bone-chilling cold and thick fog engulfed some districts of the country. The mercury dropped to 5.5 degrees Celsius in Kurigram's Rajarhat on Sunday, the lowest temperature recorded this winter. The photo was taken from Panchgasi village in Kurigram on Sunday. PHOTO: OBSERVER
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