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Coronavirus - short statistics
Bangladesh
Infected: 3,57,873
Reco: 2,68,777
Death: 5,129
World
Infected: 32,795,817
Country:213
Death: 994,016
Coronavirus outbreak
Prosecution seeks life-term imprisonment for Papia, husband
Voting in Pabna-4 by-elections ends
Selected News
  • UN chief: Nuclear war cannot be won, must not be fought
    UN chief: Nuclear war cannot be won, must not be fought
  • Deepika Padukone questioned for five hours in Bollywood-drugs nexus
    Deepika Padukone questioned for five hours in Bollywood-drugs nexus
  • 2 million deaths 'very likely' even with vaccine, WHO warns
    2 million deaths 'very likely' even with vaccine, WHO warns
  • COVID-19 global death toll nears 1 million
    COVID-19 global death toll nears 1 million
  • Biman resumes flights to Singapore on Oct 1
    Biman resumes flights to Singapore on Oct 1
Business
'Lifan Motorcycle Bangladesh' introduced 3 models Rasel Industries Limited, the pioneer of two-wheeler assembler and distributer in Bangladesh, has introduced three ...
Sonali Bank achieves major milestone Sonali Bank achieved the closing year end process in eight hours a major milestone for ...
Sports
Chelsea recover from 3 goals down at West Brom Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham struck a 93rd-minute equaliser as they battled back from three goals ...
Man Utd earn dramatic win at Brighton Manchester United beat Brighton & Hove Albion 3-2 away in the Premier League on Saturday ...
Don't miss
Landmine detection rat wins bravery award
Landmine detection rat wins bravery award
Deepika Padukone questioned for five hours in Bollywood-drugs nexus
Deepika Padukone questioned for five hours in Bollywood-drugs nexus
Too much candy: Man dies from eating bags of black licorice
Too much candy: Man dies from eating bags of black licorice
Deepika Padukone summoned by police in drugs probe
Deepika Padukone summoned by police in drugs probe
Lost surfboard found 8,000km away
Lost surfboard found 8,000km away
Editorial
Op-Ed
Commentary
Observer Special
Economy will take more time to turn around: Experts
Impact of Coronavirus
Some sectors show positive signs
14 health sector contractors to be blacklisted
Ministry asks departments to file cases against them
Front Page
Dr Kamal’s Gonoforum splits
Montu, Prof Sayeed, Subrata join hands
International
Ex-Indian minister Jaswant Singh dies Indian former union minister Jaswant Singh, a close aide of former prime minister Atal Bihari ...
Brain-eating microbe: US city warned over water supply Texas officials on Saturday lifted a warning for all but one Houston-area community to stop ...
National
Destiny Group MD Rafiqul Amin's bail prayers rejected by Supreme Court The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court has dismissed two separate petitions filed by Destiny ...
PM stresses better cooperation with neighbours Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday stressed the need for better cooperation with the neighbouring ...
Countryside
Unidentified youth's body found in sack Police recovered the body of an unidentified young man, aged about 16, in a sack ...
Unidentified man found dead in Atrai river Police recovered the body of an unidentified young man, aged about 23, from the Atrai ...
AL candidate Nuruzzaman Biswas wins Pabna-4 by-polls Awami League nominated candidate Alhaj Md Nuruzzaman Biswas has unofficially been elected in the by-election ...
Education
Dr Ali Riaz establishes award for exceptional graduate students Dr Ali Riaz, a distinguished professor at Illinois State University,  has established an annual award ...
World doesn’t need US leadership: Jeffrey Sachs Regional cooperation is important to resolve the crisis the world is going through right now, ...
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GALLERY
Protesters gather in Trafalgar Square in London on September 26, at a 'We Do Not Consent!' mass rally against vaccination and government restrictions designed to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus, including the wearing of masks and taking tests for the virus.	photo : AFP
Protesters gather in Trafalgar Square in London on September 26, at a 'We Do Not Consent!' mass rally against vaccination and government restrictions designed to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus, including the wearing of masks and taking tests for the virus. photo : AFP
Leaders of the Department of Defence pay their respects as the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in state at National Statuary Hall in the US Capitol on September 25 in Washington, DC.	photo : AFP
Leaders of the Department of Defence pay their respects as the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in state at National Statuary Hall in the US Capitol on September 25 in Washington, DC. photo : AFP
A member of Bangladesh Army takes part in a campaign to create awareness among people about coronavirus in Jashore on Friday.	photo : ISPR
A member of Bangladesh Army takes part in a campaign to create awareness among people about coronavirus in Jashore on Friday. photo : ISPR
Communist Party of Bangladesh (CPB) brings out a procession from Kakrail in the capital on Friday, demanding exemplary punishment for those involved in the murder of Savar schoolgirl Neela.	photo : Observer
Communist Party of Bangladesh (CPB) brings out a procession from Kakrail in the capital on Friday, demanding exemplary punishment for those involved in the murder of Savar schoolgirl Neela. photo : Observer
French firefighters carrying an injured person near the former offices of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo following an alleged attack by a man wielding a machete in Paris on September 25. The threats coincide with the trial of 14 suspected accomplices of the perpetrators of the massacres at Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket that left a total of 17 dead.	photo : AFP
French firefighters carrying an injured person near the former offices of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo following an alleged attack by a man wielding a machete in Paris on September 25. The threats coincide with the trial of 14 suspected accomplices of the perpetrators of the massacres at Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket that left a total of 17 dead. photo : AFP
A human chain was formed in front of the National Press Club in the capital on Friday, demanding setting up of a university in Patnitala upazila of Naogaon district.	photo: observer
A human chain was formed in front of the National Press Club in the capital on Friday, demanding setting up of a university in Patnitala upazila of Naogaon district. photo: observer
The Teesta River flowing above the danger mark at the Dalia point of the Teesta Barrage in Nilphamari due to incessant rain and onrush of upstream water flooding the low-lying areas in Lalmonirhat and Nilphamari districts again. The photo shows an inundated village of Lalmonirhat on Thursday.	PHOTO: OBSERVER
The Teesta River flowing above the danger mark at the Dalia point of the Teesta Barrage in Nilphamari due to incessant rain and onrush of upstream water flooding the low-lying areas in Lalmonirhat and Nilphamari districts again. The photo shows an inundated village of Lalmonirhat on Thursday. PHOTO: OBSERVER
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