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Global Covid cases top 230 million

Global Covid cases top 230 million

World

Thu, Sep 23 2021

The death tally from the virus reached 4,717,918 on Thursday morning

Analysis: India may corner nearly half...

India may corner nearly half of global...

World

Sat, Sep 18 2021

The world's biggest exporter may ship up to 22 million tons of rice this year, which is more than...

Global Covid cases top 191 million

Global Covid cases top 191 million

World

Wed, Jul 21 2021

So far, 3,894,980,287 vaccine doses have been administered across the globe

World passes 4 million Covid deaths...

Global Covid deaths hit 4 million

World

Thu, Jul 8 2021

The WHO's Tedros renewed his plea for richer nations to share their resources

Global Covid cases top 181 million

Global Covid cases top 181 million

World

Tue, Jun 29 2021

Cases, deaths keep piling despite mass vaccination campaigns worldwide

Global Covid-19 caseload close to 139...

Global Covid-19 caseload close to 139...

World

Fri, Apr 16 2021

The death tally around the world is nearing three million

World stocks hit record high as bond...

World stocks hit record high as bond...

World

Wed, Apr 14 2021

The decline in bond yields lifted US tech stocks overnight, including Apple Inc, Microsoft Corp and Amazon.com...

Global Covid-19 cases near 118...

Global Covid-19 cases near 118...

Coronavirus

Thu, Mar 11 2021

Bangladesh recorded 1,018 new Covid-19 cases in the past 24 hours till Wednesday morning, indicating...

Pandemic having major impact on childhood...

Pandemic having major impact on childhood...

Middle East

Thu, Mar 4 2021

A global assessment of the impact of Covid-19 on paediatric cancer care showed that care was affected...

Global Covid-19 cases surpass 114 million...

Global Covid-19 cases surpass 114 million...

Coronavirus

Mon, Mar 1 2021

As of Saturday, 6.5 million people, or more than 3% of the population, have received at least one dose...

Global Covid-19 cases surpass 100 million...

Global Covid-19 cases surpass 100...

Coronavirus

Wed, Jan 27 2021

It took the world 11 months to record the first 50 million cases of the pandemic, compared to just three...

Global Covid-19 cases top 95 million...

Global Covid-19 cases top 95 million...

Coronavirus

Mon, Jan 18 2021

Bangladesh is seeing a sharp decline in the number of new Covid-19 cases over the past week

Global death toll nears 2m as WHO battles...

Global death toll nears 2m as WHO battles...

World

Fri, Jan 15 2021

Many countries are doubling down on virus restrictions, with vaccination drives still in their...

ED: For the global good

ED: For the global good

Editorial

Fri, Dec 4 2020

When it comes to the coronavirus, we must protect each other in order to protect ourselves

Covid-19: Global death toll surpasses...

Covid-19: Global death toll surpasses...

Coronavirus

Wed, Nov 25 2020

The United States has recorded the most cases since the start of the pandemic followed by India and...

Global measles deaths climb to 50%

Global measles deaths climb to 50%

Health

Fri, Nov 13 2020

Global response to Covid-19 pandemic must not exacerbate the measles crisis

Global daily Covid-19 cases top...

Global daily Covid-19 cases top...

Coronavirus

Fri, Oct 16 2020

A total of 404,758 new cases were reported, with 6,086 new deaths

Global Covid-19 cases surge past 34...

Global Covid-19 cases surge past 34...

Coronavirus

Fri, Oct 2 2020

Several European countries are recording a rising number of daily cases amid fears of a resurgence of...

Global coronavirus cases to soon surpass...

Global virus cases to soon cross...

Coronavirus

Thu, Sep 17 2020

India on Wednesday became only the second country in the world to record more than five million...

OP-ED: The new belligerence

OP-ED: The new belligerence

Mahmudur Rahman

Wed, Sep 16 2020

The pandemic hasn’t dampened the expansionist ambitions of certain nations

ED: Better than expected

ED: Better than expected

Editorial

Mon, Aug 17 2020

Overconfidence will not help us, and we must continue to play our cards right