Observer The Daily Observer Ltd 88-02-95866518 news[at]dailyobserverbd.com

Daily Observer || Daily Newspaper in Bangladesh

observer,observerbd,observerbd.com,news,breaking news,newspaper,online news portal,bangladesh news

Friday, 23 July, 2021, Reg No- 06
Advance Search
latest Covid-19 claims 166 more lives, infects 6,364       20 hurt after ferry hits Padma Bridge's pillar; driver suspended       Six killed in Bagerhat road accident      
Selected News
  • MOFA changes application link for vaccination of students
    MOFA changes application link for vaccination of students
  • Two doses of Pfizer, AstraZeneca shots effective against Delta variant, study finds
    Two doses of Pfizer, AstraZeneca shots effective against Delta variant, study finds
  • Americas account for 40% global Covid deaths, 25% cases: WHO
    Americas account for 40% global Covid deaths, 25% cases: WHO
  • Human rights defenders in Myanmar under siege, say UN experts
    Human rights defenders in Myanmar under siege, say UN experts
  • New Arts Building of Dhaka University
    New Arts Building of Dhaka University
Business
India watchdog accuses Amazon of concealing facts India's antitrust regulator has accused Amazon.com Inc of concealing facts and making false submissions when ...
IMF board approves big lending increase for poorest nations
The IMF board announced Thursday it had approved a massive increase in its ability to ...
Sports
Zimbabwe wins by 23 runs Zimbabwe won by 23 runs over Bangladesh in the Harare Sports Club on Friday in ...
Zimbabwe opt to bowl after winning toss Zimbabwe won the toss and opted to bowl first against Bangladesh in the second of ...
Don't miss
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
Aamir Khan, wife announce divorce after 15 years of marriage
Aamir Khan, wife announce divorce after 15 years of marriage
Kashmiri Sikh girl says she willingly converted to Islam
Kashmiri Sikh girl says she willingly converted to Islam
Commentary
National
Education
Coronavirus - Statistics
Bangladesh
Infected
11,46,768
Recovered
9,78,616
Death
18,851
World
Infected
19,35,84,654
Country
220
Death
41,54,821
International
112 dead in India as rains trigger floods, landslides At least 112 people have died in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, authorities said ...
Pakistan seeks UN probe of India's use of Pegasus spyware Pakistan called on the United Nations on Friday to investigate whether India used Israeli-made Pegasus ...
E-Paper
Countryside
Four schoolgirls saved from child marriage in Sirajganj Four schoolgirls have been saved from child marriage in a single day at Belkuchi upazila in ...
Minor girl drowns in Kurigram A one and a haf-year-old girl drowned in a pond at Nageshwari upazila in Kurigram ...
Jamuna erosion takes serious turn, several hundred families become paupers The Jamuna river erosion has taken a serious turn in Tangail district, devouring over 100 ...
Youth 'commits suicide' after Facebook post A 21-year-old young man reportedly committed suicide at Gafargaon upazila in Mymensingh district on Friday ...
Budget
Jatiya Sangsad passes Finance Bill 2021 The Jatiya Sangsad on Tuesday passed the Finance Bill 2021, which has paved the way ...
বাংলা সংস্করণে আরও পাবেন...
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
SPECIAL ISSUE
EID EDITION 2019
EID EDITION 2017
EID EDITION 2016
EID EDITION 2015
Business
Premier Bank holds 2-days health awareness programme
The Premier Bank Ltd organised a two- day Health Awareness Programme for customers and employees ...more
Editor : Iqbal Sobhan Chowdhury
Published by the Editor on behalf of the Observer Ltd. from Globe Printers, 24/A, New Eskaton Road, Ramna, Dhaka.
Editorial, News and Commercial Offices : Aziz Bhaban (2nd floor), 93, Motijheel C/A, Dhaka-1000. Phone: PABX 223353467, 223353481-2; Online: 9513959; Advertisement: 9513663.
E-mail: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected],   [ABOUT US]     [CONTACT US]   [AD RATE]   Developed & Maintenance by i2soft