<p>Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC)</p>

8,000 DSCC, DNCC cleaners vulnerable to coronavirus

Around 8,000 cleaners of both the city corporations in Dhaka, who cannot afford sanitisers, masks and protective equipment, are doing their jobs taking the high risk of coronavirus infection and ...

Dengue again, amid COVID-19 outbreak

Experts say the dengue outbreak is likely to be worse than it as last year, and questions arise regarding how prepared are the two city corporations in dealing with this crisis

Worse dengue outbreak likely this year, fears expert

Jahangirnagar University professor Kabirul said the two city corporations need to become active now to kill mosquitos though there was no visible drive in this regard over the last three months

Take measures to control mosquito, PM Hasina to DSCC, DNCC mayors

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday asked the newly elected mayors and councillors of Dhaka North and South city corporations to take effective measures in advance to control dengue, an Aedes ...

Dhaka city mayors, councillors to take oath Thursday

The newly-elected mayors and councillors of Dhaka north city corporation (DNCC) and Dhaka south city corporation (DSCC) are going to take oath on Thursday, reports UNB.&nbsp;The oath-taking ceremony ...

Delay in Dhaka mayors to take over office must not hamper civic amenities

The unofficial results of the 1 February city corporation polls are awaiting official approval and, according to the rules, the elected representatives will be sworn in within one month of the legal ...

Observers find no evidence of vote rigging in city polls: Quader

Ruling Bangladesh Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Wednesday said observers did not find any evidence of vote rigging or forgery in the elections to two Dhaka city corporations ...

Lack of voters’ interest not good for democracy: Quader

Road transport and bridges minister Obaidul Quader on Tuesday said the apathy of voters seen during the recently held elections to two Dhaka city corporations is not good for Bangladesh's ...

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