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The Partition in 1947 could not keep them apart.

  • (Watch) CMP using drones to ensure social distancing

    The Kotwali police station of Chittagong Metropolitan Police (CMP) has taken an exceptional initiative to ensure social distancing for preventing the spread of Covid-19.

  • (WATCH) Former shooter Asif willing to auction his gold medal

    Former national shooter Asif Hossain Khan, who won gold medal at 2002 Commonwealth Games in 10m Air Rifle individual event, expresses his willingness to auction that medal in order to raise fund for battling coronavirus crisis.

  • Coronavirus in Bangladesh

    Gaibandha’s first two patients’ tale of winning Covid-19 battle

    Gaibandha's first two Covid-19 patients, an expatriate in the US and his mother, have recovered from the disease and returned home from the hospital recently. Taking to The Daily Star, the mother and son told their story of winning the coronavirus battle.

  • sylhet vgf relief rice

    On allegation of irregularities, locals snatch relief rice from truck in Sylhet

    Locals -- including people from low-income groups -- snatched VGF relief rice from a truck in Zakiganj upazila of Sylhet, citing irregularities in distribution.

  • (WATCH) A city shut down: Dhaka before & after coronavirus

    "Dhaka, one of the most densely populated cities in the world, has turned into a ghost town since the COVID-19 outbreak. The city has become almost unrecognisable with roads empty and eerily silent . For residents accustomed to dealing with hour-long traffic, what they're witnessing was unimaginable once upon a time."

  • online classes

    How students and teachers are dealing with online classes

    Schools and educational institutions were the first to be closed for coronavirus precautions. The entire academic year has been forced to deal with the rescheduling of exams, including the HSC examinations. As a result, with the state of the nation put on hold indefinitely, many schools and universities have migrated to online classes. The transition has not been without any hurdles, but students and teachers are still adapting effectively.

  • WATCH: How to spend your time at home during the shutdown

    The nationwide shutdown to control the spread of the Coronavirus has been extended till April 25th, 2020. It's imperative to take necessary safety precautions instead of panicking at this point in time. Spending day after day cooped up inside can get irritating, however, if you follow a plan to occupy your days with activities, it is possible to come out of this with new skills and reduce the restlessness at home. Watch the video below to know more.

  • What if social distancing is not an option?

    It’s a melting pot of activities. Children are playing on the alleys, groups of youths are playing dice, adults gossiping on the street, and opened shops are crowded by both buyers and onlookers.

  • Skipping meals to survive the shutdown

    It was a depressing Tuesday for Kanchan. For breakfast she had leftover rice from the previous night, and did not eat a single morsel till dusk. She then prepared a meal for that night and the next day, calculating and measuring so she has enough food for the days to come.

  • Sabina not allowing virus get in the way of her training

    Bangladesh women’s team captain Sabina Khatun was not letting the coronavirus pandemic get in the way of her training as she was seen working on her game in a video she posted on Facebook.