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Business
Amazon hit with record EU data privacy fine Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) has been hit with a record $886.6 million (746 million euros) European ...
Export-oriented factories reopen from Sunday The government has decided to reopen all export-oriented factories from next Sunday (August 1). A notification signed ...
Sports
Djokovic's Golden Slam dreams dashed Novak Djokovic's bid to become the first man to complete the Golden Slam lay in ...
BPL Football put off at the last moment The Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) Football 2020-21, which was scheduled to resume Friday, was postponed ...
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UK PM Johnson worried about his dog's 'romantic urges'
UK PM Johnson worried about his dog's 'romantic urges'
Selfie gone wrong: Woman dies while posing with gun
Selfie gone wrong: Woman dies while posing with gun
Australia man ties bedsheets together to escape hotel quarantine
Australia man ties bedsheets together to escape hotel quarantine
Street dogs find homes after being rescued by Mexican army
Street dogs find homes after being rescued by Mexican army
Aussie scientists see life-saving potential in spider venom
Aussie scientists see life-saving potential in spider venom
Ranbir Kapoor to play Sourav Ganguly in biopic
Ranbir Kapoor to play Sourav Ganguly in biopic
Plastic surgery booming in China despite the dangers
Plastic surgery booming in China despite the dangers
Dragonflies losing wing color because of climate change
Dragonflies losing wing color because of climate change
Dwarf cow Rani finds fame in Bangladesh
Dwarf cow Rani finds fame in Bangladesh
Bollywood legend Dilip Kumar dies
Bollywood legend Dilip Kumar dies
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Coronavirus - Statistics
Bangladesh
Infected
12,40,115
Recovered
1,064,195
Death
20,467
World
Infected
19,61,72,848
Country
220
Death
41,96,785
International
China outbreak spreads as WHO sounds alarm on Delta Mushrooming outbreaks of the highly contagious Delta variant prompted China and Australia to impose stricter Covid-19 restrictions ...
US sues Texas after it blocks transport of migrants in state The US Justice Department sued Texas Governor Greg Abbott on Friday, seeking to block an ...
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Four passengers killed in Gaibandha road accident Four people, including the driver of a CNG-run auto rickshaw, were killed when a covered ...
Two women 'commit suicide' in Patuakhali Two women have reported committed suicide in separate incidents at Dashmina upazila in Patuakhali district. The ...
143 contact Covid in Bhola; seven die Seven more died from coronavirus and its symptoms in Bhola district in last 24 hours.Meanwhile, ...
34 more contract coronavirus in Sonargaon Thirty four more people have contracted coronavirus in Sonargaon upazila of Narayanganj district.Upazila health and ...
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Jatiya Sangsad passes Finance Bill 2021 The Jatiya Sangsad on Tuesday passed the Finance Bill 2021, which has paved the way ...
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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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