4 killed, 20 injured in violence at Bangladesh's Cox’s Bazar Rohingya camp

Bangladesh is currently hosting more than 1.1 million Rohingyas in the coastal district. Factional clashes now occur more frequently at the camps.

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Twin crisis for Bangladesh as Covid-19 affected economy takes a serious hit

At a time when the world is struggling to combat the deadly coronavirus pandemic. Bangladesh faced its worst flood in a decade with persistently heavy monsoon rains that began in June.

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Sheikh Hasina stresses 'better cooperation' with neighbours as outgoing Indian envoy calls on

"We always think that better cooperation with the neighbouring countries is firstly needed for the development of the people of the region," Hasina's press secretary Ihsanul Karim quoted her as…

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Bangladesh's Beximco signs COVID-19 vaccine deal with India's Serum Institute

Bangladesh has also approved a late-stage trial of a potential coronavirus vaccine developed by China`s Sinovac Biotech Ltd

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Bangladesh to restore internet in Rohingya refugee settlement

Bangladesh had received flak for continuing to suspend internet services even amid coronavirus pandemic. Human Rights groups had warned that such move may give rise to unnecessary rumours

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First Hindu Chief Justice in Bangladesh Surendra Sinha indicted in graft case

In 2015, Sinha became the first Hindu chief justice of Bangladesh, and the 21st occupant of the office since the country’s independence from Pakistan in 1971.

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Bangladesh to build monument for Indian soldiers martyred in 1971 Liberation War

The Banglades government has selected 3.5 acres of land at frontier Ashuganj of Brahmanbaia district bordering Agartala, sources confirmed.

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NASA images show quarter of Bangladesh submerged in devastating floods

Images acquired by NASA show the scale of flooding, and were recorded over more than a month between June 2 and July 25

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Bangladesh wing of ISIS likely to announce its new wing - ‘Bengal Ulayat’ ahead of Eid-ul-Azha

Acting on the Intel, several units like the Dhaka Metropolitan Police, Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC), Anti-Terrorism Unit and Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) has been put on…

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Malaysia to deport Bangladeshi worker who participated in anti-government documentary

Malaysia has been facing criticism for arresting immigrants, including children and Rohingya refugees, during the lockdown claiming it to be an important step to contain the spread of the…

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Bangladesh restructures health services over COVID-19 scam

Azad preferred an honourable exit by resigning from his position amid allegations of irregularities.

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Bangladesh floods claim 54 lives, affect 2.4 million people, says UN

Stephane Dujarric, the spokesman for UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, said on Tuesday that some 56,000 of those impacted already have been displaced and are taking refuge in government…

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Bangladesh allows stage III trial of China's COVID-19 vaccine

Experts believe that Bangladesh is participating in this trial with an expectation of scoring a priority, if the trial is successful.

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Bangladesh arrests hospital owner over fake coronavirus test results

The arrest on Wednesday marked the end of a nine-day manhunt for Mohammad Shahed over allegations of giving fake certificates to patients saying they were virus-free without even testing them.

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Delhi court grants bail to 82 Bangladeshi Tablighi Jamaat congregation attendees

The Bangladeshi nationals had appeared before the court today through video conferencing in pursuance of summons issued against them.

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