Eid rush | The Daily Star
  • Road Accidents during Eid Holiday

    224 killed on road in 12 days of Eid rush

    At least 224 people were killed and 866 injured in 203 road crashes across the country in 12 days during the Eid holiday rush, a passenger welfare group said yesterday.

  • 339 killed in 277 road accidents

    The number of road accidents during the Eid rush saw a sharp rise in last three years as the deaths increased significantly, a passengers' platform said yesterday.

  • Bon voyage!

    Ratna Khatun reached Kamalapur Railway Station at 8:00am from Savar along with her son, daughter and a granddaughter and immediately bought standing tickets of a Chapainawabganj-bound local train.

  • Eid Holidaymakers' Journey: Some start early to skip mad rush

    With the Eid-ul-Fitr only days away, holidaymakers started leaving the capital yesterday without much trouble to celebrate the festival with their dear ones.

  • 5 killed in road crashes in 3 districts

    At least five people including a minor girl and a policeman are killed in separate road crashes in Dhaka, Sherpur and Bagerhat.

  • Eid Rush: Minor hurdles on roads

    With the Eid-ul-Azha only three days away, thousands of holidaymakers left the capital without facing much hassle at the exit points yesterday but were caught in traffic snarl-ups at different highways.

  • All for a blissful Eid

    Little Raihan looked restless. While waiting at Gabtoli Bus Terminal for around three hours, the five-year-old was asking his father the same question over and over again.

  • Trains leave Dhaka on time amid Eid rush

    The train communication from Dhaka has faced hardly any hitch so far amid a huge rush of the Eid home-goers in the morning.

  • Trains leave Dhaka on time as Eid rush starts

    No hitch on the train communication from Dhaka so far, as Eid holidaymakers start leaving the capital to make vacation on the second day today.

  • When money beats Eid rush

    If you can afford to pay a higher cost, beat the crowd and enjoy a hassle free journey this Eid, by hiring a helicopter!

  • Eid rush, rain cause 20km-tailback on highway

    Thousands of passengers face untold sufferings on Dhaka-Tangail highway due to a 20-kilometre tailback caused by incessant rain and heavy pressure of vehicles ahead of Eid-ul-Azha since early morning.