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Coronavirus - short statistics
Bangladesh
Infected: 1,78,443
Reco: 86,406
Death: 2,275
World
Infected: 12,625,860
Country:213
Death: 562,820
Coronavirus outbreak
International
Ten million kids 'may never return to school' after virus The coronavirus pandemic has caused an unprecedented education emergency with up to 9.7 million children ...
Selected News
  • Environment, health at risk for wildlife crime: UN report
    Environment, health at risk for wildlife crime: UN report
  • Scientists find hope toward increasing human lifespan
    Scientists find hope toward increasing human lifespan
  • Bangladeshi scientist Senjuti Saha made member of WHO board
    Bangladeshi scientist Senjuti Saha made member of WHO board
  • WHO urges aggressive virus measures as flare-ups spark new closures
    WHO urges aggressive virus measures as flare-ups spark new closures
  • Turkish court paves way to turn Hagia Sophia into a mosque
    Turkish court paves way to turn Hagia Sophia into a mosque
Education
Provide free or low-cost internet to students: Dipu Moni Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni on Monday urged mobile phone operators to provide either free ...
Sports
Mashrafe undergoes COVID-19 test for 3rd time Bangladesh former skipper Mashrafe Bin Mortza has undergone his COVID-19 test on Sunday for the ...
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National
CMP deputy police commissioner Mizanur dies of coronavirus Mizanur Rahman, deputy police commissioner of Detective Branch of Chattogram Metropolitan Police (CMP), died of ...
Business
AB Bank terminates jobs of over 100 executives AB Bank has fired over 100 officials after pay cuts to scale down costs amid ...
Countryside
3 members of auto rickshaw lifting syndicate held Members of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) have detained three members of battery-run auto rickshaw snatching syndicate ...
Covid-19: 8,429 cases, 114 deaths in Rajshahi division With detection of 192 new more positive cases in Rajshahi division on Sunday, the total ...
Village police members get bicycles Some 45 village police members in Bhola's Lalmohan upazila have received bicycles free of cost.The ...
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Dr Sabrina A Chaudhury, a government doctor and chairman of JKG Health Care, being taken to Tejgaon Police Station on Sunday after her arrest over alleged involvement in a Covid-19 testing scam in Dhaka.	 PHOTO: OBSERVER
Dr Sabrina A Chaudhury, a government doctor and chairman of JKG Health Care, being taken to Tejgaon Police Station on Sunday after her arrest over alleged involvement in a Covid-19 testing scam in Dhaka. PHOTO: OBSERVER
Sunamganj, a town on the banks of River Surma, has been flooded for the second time in two weeks due to torrential rain and an onrush of water from the upstream. The Met Office recorded 132mm of rainfall on Saturday. According to the Water Development Board, the river was flowing 51cm above the danger level at Sholghar Point. 	PHOTO: OBSERVER
Sunamganj, a town on the banks of River Surma, has been flooded for the second time in two weeks due to torrential rain and an onrush of water from the upstream. The Met Office recorded 132mm of rainfall on Saturday. According to the Water Development Board, the river was flowing 51cm above the danger level at Sholghar Point. PHOTO: OBSERVER
A family carrying their belongings to higher ground as their home was inundated by flood water at Louhajang in Munshiganj on Saturday after Padma waters began flowing above danger level since Friday.	PHOTO: OBSERVER
A family carrying their belongings to higher ground as their home was inundated by flood water at Louhajang in Munshiganj on Saturday after Padma waters began flowing above danger level since Friday. PHOTO: OBSERVER
Work is underway at Meghdubi Agro, a cattle farm in Dhaka's Bosila, to post online ads for sale as many of the customers are expected to buy sacrificial animals online due to the corona pandemic for the Eid-ul-Azha. The photo was taken on Saturday.	PHOTO: OBSERVER
Work is underway at Meghdubi Agro, a cattle farm in Dhaka's Bosila, to post online ads for sale as many of the customers are expected to buy sacrificial animals online due to the corona pandemic for the Eid-ul-Azha. The photo was taken on Saturday. PHOTO: OBSERVER
Members of Bangladesh Army giving food to locals at a place in Patuakhali on Saturday, ensuring their home quarantine amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. 	photo : Observer
Members of Bangladesh Army giving food to locals at a place in Patuakhali on Saturday, ensuring their home quarantine amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. photo : Observer
Bangladesh Jubo Moitri forms a human chain in front the National Press Club on Saturday, demanding resignation of Health Minister Zahid Maleque.	photo: observer
Bangladesh Jubo Moitri forms a human chain in front the National Press Club on Saturday, demanding resignation of Health Minister Zahid Maleque. photo: observer
The Namaz-e-Janaza for former home minister Sahara Khatun was held at Banani Graveyard Mosque at around 11:15am on Saturday. Sahara was laid to rest in the grave of her mother at Banani Graveyard.	photo: observer
The Namaz-e-Janaza for former home minister Sahara Khatun was held at Banani Graveyard Mosque at around 11:15am on Saturday. Sahara was laid to rest in the grave of her mother at Banani Graveyard. photo: observer
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