Compared to June 1, the number of beds occupied at hospitals in the capital more than doubled as of yesterday, showing how fast the health crisis induced by the Covid-19 is deepening across the...
The National Human Rights Commission could not resolve nearly half of the cases filed with it over the last decade.
As the Covid-19 crisis continues to unfold in bordering districts, with some put under lockdown to put the brakes on the transmission, major hospitals in those districts totter due to a shortage of...
For the past month, every lamppost, electric pole and balustrade in the neighbourhoods in Dhaka-14 constituency was strung up with technicolor posters of at least 33 politicians vying to be the...
As Covid-19 cases are on the rise in the country, doctors are once again mulling over Ivermectin as a possible answer. However, controversy continues to follows this drug.
Desperate and discomposed, they would arrive at the doors of private hospitals to get treatment for Covid-19.
One story that went viral last month was that of Narayanganj’s Farid Ahmed, who had called the national hotline seeking relief but was deemed “too rich” to get any government aid.
The Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh expires today, but only two clothing retailers have so far agreed to renew their contract.
The state asked for more time, and time is what they got yesterday, as Metropolitan Magistrate Md Baki Billah postponed deciding on Rozina Islam’s bail until next Sunday.
After Dragon Sweaters’ Dhaka factory closed due to the pandemic last year, former garments worker Abdul Kuddus had to sign away rights to half of his termination benefits.