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5 killed during clashes between Bangladesh workers, police

Beijing News 18 Apr 2021
Dhaka , April 17 (ANI) ... Banshkhali Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) Saiduzzaman Chowdhury confirmed the figures of fatalities, Dhaka Tribune reported citing Bangla Tribune ... Azizul Islam, officer-in-charge of Banshkhali police station, said tensions have been prevailing since Friday over non-payment of workers' dues, reported UNB ... (ANI) ....
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Bangladesh police opens fire on workers protesting over low wages at Chinese-funded power plant, 5 dead

Yahoo Daily News 17 Apr 2021
Dhaka [Bangladesh], April 17 (ANI) ... Banshkhali Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) Saiduzzaman Chowdhury confirmed the figures of fatalities, Dhaka Tribune reported citing Bangla Tribune ... Azizul Islam, officer-in-charge of Banshkhali police station, said tensions have been prevailing since Friday over non-payment of workers' dues, reported UNB ... (ANI) ... .
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Dhaka turns into ghost city as BD enforces tough lockdown

Dawn 15 Apr 2021
Normally jammed with some of Asia’s worst gridlock, Dhaka took on the air of a ghost town as officers set up checkpoints across the city of 20 million people to ensure no-one ventured out without a special pass ... A Dhaka police spokesman said he had only seen “a handful” of people ...
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Bangladesh virus shutdown triggers exodus from capital

Dawn 14 Apr 2021
DHAKA. Tens of thousands of people scrambled to get the last trains, buses and ferries out of Dhaka on Tuesday before a nationwide transport shutdown to halt the spread of coronavirus took hold ... Most of the exodus was made up of informal workers in Dhaka stores, offices and markets.
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Bangladesh COVID shutdown triggers exodus from capital Dhaka

Al Jazeera 14 Apr 2021
Tens of thousands of people have scrambled to get the last trains, buses and ferries out of Bangladesh’s capital, Dhaka, before a nationwide transport shutdown to halt the spread of coronavirus takes hold ... Most of the exodus was made up of informal workers in Dhaka stores, offices and markets.
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Bangladesh enforces tough lockdown to fight virus

Urdu Point 14 Apr 2021
Normally jammed with some of Asia's worst gridlock, Dhaka took on the air of a ghost town as officers set up checkpoints across the city of 20 million people to ensure no-one ventured out without a special pass ... A Dhaka police spokesman told AFP said he had only seen "a handful" ...
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Bangladesh rings in Ramadan, new year festivities with stricter COVID-19 measures

Arab News 14 Apr 2021
DHAKA. Bangladesh on Wednesday began observing an eight-day lockdown, ordering the closure of all offices and international and domestic transport to push back a second wave of coronavirus infections and ease pressure on overwhelmed hospitals and health workers.
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Bangladesh enforces tough lockdown to fight coronavirusDhaka took on the air of a ghost town ...

Deccan Herald 14 Apr 2021
Normally jammed with some of Asia's worst gridlock, Dhaka took on the air of a ghost town as officers set up checkpoints across the city of 20 million people to ensure no-one ventured out without a special pass ... A Dhaka police spokesman told AFP said he had only seen "a handful" ...
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Bangladesh Covid-19 lockdown triggers exodus from DhakaCrowds besieged the main bus stations of the city, ...

Deccan Herald 13 Apr 2021
Tens of thousands of people scrambled to get the last trains, buses, and ferries out of Dhaka on Tuesday before a nationwide transport shutdown to halt the spread of coronavirus took hold ... Most of the exodus was made up of informal workers in Dhaka stores, offices and markets ... Dhaka.
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Bangladesh virus shutdown triggers exodus from capital Dhaka

Live Mint 13 Apr 2021
Tens of thousands of people scrambled to get the last trains, buses and ferries out of Dhaka on Tuesday before a nationwide transport shutdown to halt the spread of coronavirus took hold ... Most of the exodus was made up of informal workers in Dhaka stores, offices and markets.
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Bangladesh shuts down offices, transport amid pandemic surge

Urdu Point 12 Apr 2021
Dhaka, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 12th Apr, 2021 ) .Bangladesh authorities on Monday ...
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India overtakes Brazil, Bangladesh orders shutdown as surge hits South Asia

Urdu Point 12 Apr 2021
India on Monday overtook Brazil as the country with the second-highest number of coronavirus infections and Bangladesh halted international flights and shut offices as a new wave battered South Asia ... Tens of thousands of people flocked to Dhaka's main bus, train and ferry stations to flee the capital ahead of the shutdown.
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India now second worst hit nation as S. Asia fights virus surge

Straits Times 12 Apr 2021
MUMBAI • India yesterday overtook Brazil as the country with the second-highest number of Covid-19 cases while Bangladesh halted international flights and shut offices, as a new wave of infections battered South Asia ... Tens of thousands of people flocked to Dhaka's main bus, train and ferry stations.
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Former Bangladesh PM Khaleda Zia tests positive for Covid-19Zia has served thrice as the premier ...

Deccan Herald 11 Apr 2021
The 75-year-old Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) chief's samples were sent to the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh, for testing on Saturday, the Dhaka Tribune newspaper quoted Public Relations Officer, Health Ministry, Maidul Islam Prodhan as saying.
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Khaleda Zia, former Bangladesh prime minister, tests positive for Covid-19

Live Mint 11 Apr 2021
DHAKA ... The 75-year-old Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) chief's samples were sent to the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh, for testing on Saturday, the Dhaka Tribune newspaper quoted Public Relations Officer, Health Ministry, Maidul Islam Prodhan as saying.
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