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Covid-19 has already left a trail of death and despair in Brazil, one of the worst in the world.

Rice price on the rise

The price of rice is continuing to rise last two weeks putting low-income people in great distress. While visiting

Graffiti on DU walls condemning Uighur genocide

Conscious students of Dhaka University have painted graffiti on walls around the campus demanding repression and genocide on Uighur

Joy Bangla Concert to be back in 2022

The popular Joy Bangla Concert will return in 2022 after it was cancelled this year due to the coronavirus

'World no closer to answer on Covid-19 origins'

Despite a high-profile visit to China by a team of international experts in January, the world is no closer

UN Security Council to meet on Myanmar crisis

Police in Myanmar on Friday opened fire on protesters against last month's military coup, killing one man, as international

Cop sets rare example of humanity

Though wrongdoings of some police members frequently make headlines, the force has plethora of glorious achievements for which its

Serum warns of supply hit from US raw materials export ban

A temporary US ban on exports of critical raw materials could limit the production of coronavirus vaccines by companies

China to deter Taiwan independence

China will resolutely deter any separatist activity seeking Taiwan's independence but is committed to promoting the peaceful growth of

Indian army launches its first community radio station in Kashmir

The Indian Army launched its first community radio station 'Radio Chinar' on Saturday in Sopore of Baramulla district in

3rd Dash-8 aircraft reaches Dhaka

The third Dash-8 aircraft purchased from Canada reached Dhaka on Friday evening.Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina named the new aircraft

NBR honors Kaus Mia as best taxpayer of Mujib Year

The National Board of Revenue (NBR) on Friday honored Kaus Mia as the best taxpayer of 'Mujib Borsho' for

No proof of life yet of Dubai Princess: UN

The UN said Friday it was yet to see evidence from the United Arab Emirates that Dubai's Sheikha Latifa

18 Myanmar police seek refuge in India to escape military order

At least 19 Myanmar police have crossed into India to escape taking orders from a military junta that is

1,759 more Rohingyas reach Bhasan Char

The 8th batch of Rohingyas landed in Bhasan Char on Thursday from Chattogram city's Patenga Boat Club under the

Glowing tributes to HT Imam

Prime Minister's political advisor H T Imam was laid to rest at Banani Graveyard in Dhaka Thursday afternoon. The

Vessel-loaded first set of metro-train departs Japan for Mongla

Mother vessel carrying the first set of metro-train departed Kobe port of Japan today for Mongla port.A ship carrying

Meghan accuses palace of 'perpetuating falsehoods'

The Duchess of Sussex has said Buckingham Palace could not expect her and Prince Harry to be silent if

Saudi prince pushes on with $500 billion megacity

Yet preparations for NEOM, the $500 billion signature project in Prince Mohammed bin Salman's drive to diversify Saudi Arabia's

HC seeks charge sheets of 21 cases

The High Court (HC) on Thursday directed to submit charge sheets of 21 cases filed by the Anti-Corruption Commission

'BNP shedding crocodile tears for people'

Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader has said that BNP is shedding crocodile tears for people of the country.

Quake hits near New Zealand; tsunami warning issued

Officials in New Zealand issued a tsunami warning for coastal areas after a shallow, powerful earthquake struck off its

Indian FS mourns death of H T Imam

Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla has condoled the demise of Prime Minister's political advisor H T Imam. In

'I will shoot whoever I see'

Armed Myanmar soldiers and police are using TikTok to deliver death threats to protesters against last month's coup, researchers

'No reason to repeal digital security law'

Information Minister Hasan Mahmud sees no reason to pay attention to the demand for the repeal of the Digital

Pressure on bdnews24.com will hamper democracy: DRU

Dhaka Reporters Unity or DRU has expressed concern over pressure on bdnews24.com to remove old reports, saying such activities

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