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Bangladesh registers 9369 new COVID-19 cases in past 24 hours

Dhaka: Bangladesh, the country struggling to contain the recent spike in cases, registered 9,369 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, media reports said.

Bangladesh: Deadly flooding, landslides devastate Rohingya refugees

New York: Three days of strong winds and heavy monsoon rain on sprawling refugee sites in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar have taken Rohingya refugee lives and wreaked havoc and destruction, the UN refugee agency said on Wednesday.

Bangladesh: Judicial Magistrate dies of COVID at Jhalokhati

Dhaka/UNI: A senior judicial magistrate Sania Akhter died from COVID-19 infection on Wednesday morning at Jhalokhati Barishal.

Bangladesh decides to vaccinate Rohingyas: FS Masud Bin Momen

Dhaka/UNI: Bangladesh government has decided to vaccinate the Rohingyas as part of an inclusive vaccination programme.

Sheikh Hasina sends mangoes to Pakistan PM Imran Khan

Dhaka: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has sent mangoes to her Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan as “a gesture of goodwill”, media reports said on Saturday.

Bangladesh: 166 new death recorded due to COVID-19

Dhaka: Bangladesh continues to witness the fury of COVID-19 pandemic as 166 people lost their lives in the past 24 hours, media reports said on Friday.

Bangladesh starts strict lockdown to tackle COVID-19 surge

Dhaka: Bangladesh government imposed strict 'lockdown' in the country from Friday after ending their nine-day break for Eid-ul-Azha celebration.

Bangladesh: 10 shanties in Rohingya camp gutted, no casualty

Dhaka: At least 10 shanties were gutted as fire broke out at Balukhali Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh's Cox’s Bazar city on Tuesday, media reports said.

Three million doses of Moderna Covid-19 vaccine arrives in Dhaka

Dhaka: Bangladesh on Monday received  three million doses of Moderna Covid-19 vaccine from the US under the Covax facility.

China, Bangladesh underscore need for resuming tripartite talks on Rohingya repatriation; joint vaccine production

China and Bangladesh have agreed to work towards the repatriation of the Rohingya refugees to the Rakhine state in Myanmar and underscored the need for resuming tripartite talks on the issue, a Bangladesh government statement said. Bangladesh Foreign Minister A K Momen and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi, who met on the sidelines of a conference in Tashkent, also discussed Dhaka’s plans for co-production of vaccines.

Bangladesh: 2 million doses of Chinese Sinopharm vaccine to arrive today

Dhaka: Bangladesh, which is fighting another deadly wave of COVID-19 outbreak, is all scheduled to receive a  new consignment of 2 million doses of the Chinese Sinopharm vaccine on Saturday.

Udichi bomb attack case in Bangladesh: JMB member executed

Dhaka: A convict in the  2005 Udichi bomb attack case, who is a member of banned terror group  Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), has been executed in Gazipur's Kashimpur Central Jail.

Bangladesh: Seven-year-old raped, accused arrested

Dhaka: A person has been arrested for allegedly raping a seven-year-old  in Pangsa upazila of Bangladesh's Rajbari area on Monday, meia reports said on Wednesday.

Bangladesh: Chinese people running illegal factories

Dhaka: The recent fire incident in a Bangladesh factory has now brought to the attention the existence of illegal factories in the country, many of which are run by Chinese nationals.

Pakistan minister cites Bangladesh to make case for population control

“Let's say Pakistan had enough capacity to provide quality education to only half its kids. If Pak population growth drops to that of Bangladesh, in 10 years we will accommodate every child in the country of primary school age and in 15 years in secondary school," Umar tweeted on Sunday.