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Coronavirus - short statistics
Bangladesh
Infected: 4,69,423
Reco: 3,85,786
Death: 6,713
World
Infected: 6,31,35,973
Country:213
Death: 14,66,289
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    Globe Biotech gets 'green signal' from government for its vaccine
  • First surviving septuplets– Where are they 20 years later?
    First surviving septuplets– Where are they 20 years later?
  • OIC’s CFM ends concerning on Rohingya, Islamophobia, Palestine issues
    OIC’s CFM ends concerning on Rohingya, Islamophobia, Palestine issues
Sports
Qatar to inaugurate 4th World Cup stadium on Dec 18 Qatar will inaugurate the fourth of its eight World Cup stadiums, the Al Rayyan ground, ...
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Elderly man stabbed dead in Noakhali A 60-year-old man was reportedly stabbed to death by rivals at Subarnachar upazila in Noakhali ...
Madrasa super arrested on charge of raping student Police arrested a madrasa superintendent at Paikgachha upazila in Khulna district on Tuesday in a ...
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Education
Entry test in 19 varsities to be held under cluster system Nineteen general, and science and technology universities will hold admission tests for 2020-2021 academic year ...
42nd BCS(Special),43rd BCS circulars published Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) on Monday issued two separate circulars for two Bangladesh Civil ...
Two DU teachers terminated for staying abroad without permission The Dhaka University (DU) authorities have terminated two teachers for not rejoining work following a ...
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GALLERY
A large number of vehicles gets stuck in traffic jam at Gulistan as the capital on Wednesday returns to its old shape amid the covid pandemic. 	PHOTO: OBSERVER
A large number of vehicles gets stuck in traffic jam at Gulistan as the capital on Wednesday returns to its old shape amid the covid pandemic. PHOTO: OBSERVER
Parbatya Chattagram Jana Sanghati Samity (PCJSS) brought out a procession at Shahbag in the capital on Wednesday marking the 23rd anniversary of the signing of Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) Peace Accord.	photo : Observer
Parbatya Chattagram Jana Sanghati Samity (PCJSS) brought out a procession at Shahbag in the capital on Wednesday marking the 23rd anniversary of the signing of Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) Peace Accord. photo : Observer
Land grabbers set poles in the Trimohini Canal in the capital narrowing it further, much to the apathy of the 
authorities concerned.	PHOTO: OBSERVER
Land grabbers set poles in the Trimohini Canal in the capital narrowing it further, much to the apathy of the authorities concerned. PHOTO: OBSERVER
Leaders and activists of Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal (JSD) place wreaths at the base of the Shikha Chironton (eternal flame) at Suhrawardy Udyan on Tuesday, marking the Muktijoddha Day (Freedom Fighters' Day).	photo : Observer
Leaders and activists of Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal (JSD) place wreaths at the base of the Shikha Chironton (eternal flame) at Suhrawardy Udyan on Tuesday, marking the Muktijoddha Day (Freedom Fighters' Day). photo : Observer
Police intercept the procession of workers of A One Garments in the capital as they demanded arrears of their 10-month wages on Tuesday.	photo : Observer
Police intercept the procession of workers of A One Garments in the capital as they demanded arrears of their 10-month wages on Tuesday. photo : Observer
Protesters give the three-finger pro-democracy salute during a
Protesters give the three-finger pro-democracy salute during a "Bad Student" rally outside the Ministry of Education in Bangkok on December 1. photo : AFP
Dr. Joseph Varon, working his 252nd day in a row, hugs and comforts a patient in the COVID-19 intensive care unit (ICU) during Thanksgiving at the United Memorial Medical Centre on November 29 in Houston, Texas. Varon's comforting embrace of the white-haired man has gone viral around the world. The man said, 'I want to be with my wife.' So I just grab him and I hold him,
Dr. Joseph Varon, working his 252nd day in a row, hugs and comforts a patient in the COVID-19 intensive care unit (ICU) during Thanksgiving at the United Memorial Medical Centre on November 29 in Houston, Texas. Varon's comforting embrace of the white-haired man has gone viral around the world. The man said, 'I want to be with my wife.' So I just grab him and I hold him," Varon said. " I was feeling very sad, just like him." photo : getty images
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