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Australian High Commission in Dhaka pays tribute to Aus-NZ servicemen died in wars

On the 105th Anniversary of Anzac Day, the Australian High Commission in Dhaka paid tribute to Australian and New Zealand servicemen and women who died in wars and conflicts. On 25 April 1915, troops from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) landed in Gallipoli, Turkey. That was the first time Australian troops fought together as a nation. Australian ...

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324 doctors fighting coronavirus in Bangladesh get infected

The deadly coronavirus which has spread to 60 districts of the country, out of 64, has infected 324 physicians both at private and public hospitals as of Saturday, said Bangladesh Doctors Foundation (BDF), a forum of physicians. “Among the infected doctors, 255 are in Dhaka division alone,” said Nirupam Das, the chief administrator of the foundation. Of the total, 163 ...

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Recovery expert: ‘Some businesses will never reopen’

When economies eventually re-open, many businesses will stay shut as they struggle with the new environment. That is the fear from a global disaster recovery group that helps businesses recover from crises like coronavirus. Small business owners are more vulnerable and may have to become entrepreneurs again to survive, BBC reported.During coronavirus lockdowns, activities such as grocery shopping, movie watching, ...

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Coronavirus: Bangladesh reports nine more deaths, 309 new cases

Coronavirus deaths continue to soar in Bangladesh as it reported nine more deaths in the last 24 hours until Saturday, raising the death toll to 140. “In the last 24 hours 309 people tested positive for coronavirus in the country. Now the number of confirmed cases stands at 4998,”said Additional Director General of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) ...

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Hot steam is not a cure for coronavirus

African countries are experiencing a rise in the number of new coronavirus cases, and many governments have been enforcing strict social distancing measures. As they prepare for a surge in cases, misleading information has been spreading throughout the continent. 1. Inhaling very hot steam is dangerous The false claim that inhaling steam is an effective treatment against coronavirus has surfaced ...

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Coronavirus: China rejects call for probe into origins of disease

China has rejected calls for an independent international investigation into the origin of the coronavirus. A top diplomat in the UK, Chen Wen told the BBC the demands were politically motivated and would divert China’s attention from fighting the pandemic.Information about the origin of Covid-19 and how it initially spread could help countries tackle the disease. The virus is thought ...

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67th National Film Awards deferred in the wake of coronavirus

With the Covid-19 pandemic leaving scores of key events across the globe deferred, the 67th edition of the National Film Awards, which honours excellence in the entire national spectrum of Indian cinema, on May 3 every year, also stands delayed indefinitely as of now. It was in 2012 that May 3 was announced as the designated date for holding the ...

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Jammu and Kashmir: Three militants killed in encounter with security forces in Pulwama

Two unidentified militants and one “hardcore associate of militants” were killed in an encounter with security forces in the Awantipora area of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district on early Saturday morning. A search operation is underway in the area. “Two unidentified terrorists and 1 hardcore associate of terrorists killed. The search is still going on. Details shall follow,” Kashmir Police zone ...

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ICCB corona hospital ready to be opened soon

The largest makeshift hospital in the country for treating coronavirus infected patients at the International Convention City Bashundhara (ICCB) in the capital is getting ready to be inaugurated shortly. Sources claimed that the hospital works are almost completed to be opened anytime by the government authorities concerned. ICCB will be used as hospital for the time being. The convention centre ...

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Wuhan’s severe COVID-19 cases drop to zero

The number of COVID-19 patients in serious condition in Wuhan, the central China city once hardest hit by the epidemic, has dropped to zero, a health official said Friday. The last patient in serious condition in Wuhan, capital of Hubei Province, was cured Friday, reducing the number of such patients in the city to zero, said Mi Feng, spokesperson for ...

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