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Eid ul-Adha

Eid ul-Adha

Mashrafe spends Eid in Narail after recovering from coronavirus

After recovering from coronavirus, Narail-2 member of parliament and cricketer Mashrafe Bin Mortaza rushed home to celebrate Eid.

Cricketer Mashrafe Bin Mortaza MP offers Eid prayers at the sadar upazila mosque in Narail

Four times more vehicles than normal on Bangabandhu Bridge

Friday saw bumper-to-bumper slow moving traffic along a 20km stretch of the Dhaka-Tangail highway from Elenga to Korotia. In some places the traffic had come to a complete standstill.

North-bound traffic on Friday afternoon jams the highway at Elenga while Dhaka-bound traffic remains sparse

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People are seen on board of an overcrowded launch at the Sadarghat launch terminal while leaving Dhaka to go home to celebrate Eid-ul-Azha, amid coronavirus outbreak, in Dhaka, 30 July 2020.

Quader vows to control Eid gatherings

Road, transport and bridges minister Obaidul Quader on Sunday said crowding and gathering during the upcoming Eid need to be avoided at any cost, reports UNB.

Quader vows to control Eid gatherings

185 killed in 135 accidents during Eid journeys: Nirapad Sarak Chai

As many as 185 people were killed and 355 wounded in 135 accidents across the country during the Eid journeys, said a report by Nirapad Sarak Chai (Nischa).Among these, 180 were killed and 344 ...

185 killed in 135 accidents during Eid journeys: Nirapad Sarak Chai

Quader warns of actions against those behind rawhide price slump

Road transport and bridges minister Obaidul Quader on Wednesday warned that people responsible for the rawhide price fall will be punished, reports news agency UNB.“The government will investigate to ...

Quader warns of actions against those behind rawhide price slump

Export of rawhides to hit tannery industry hard: BTA

The government’s decision to export rawhides will put the local tannery industries on the brink of destruction, alleged Bangladesh Tanners Association (BTA).The tannery owners association also ...

Export of rawhides to hit tannery industry hard: BTA

Makeshift Dhaka markets thrive on 'qurbani' meat

There was an uncommon scene at Malibagh railway crossing in Dhaka on Monday, Eid, with people buying the meat of sacrificed animals.People, mostly from low-income families, gathered there to buy beef ...

Makeshift Dhaka markets thrive on 'qurbani' meat

Govt decides to export rawhide

The government has decided to give permission to export rawhide for ensuring fair prices for the traders, said an official handout on Tuesday, reports news agency BSS.The handout, issued by commerce ...

Govt decides to export rawhide
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