Tangail Correspondent: Thousands of vehicles have remained stuck on Dhaka-Tangail highway due to long tailbacks since Friday night, causing immense and untold sufferings to passengers.
Staff Correspondent: Inspector General of Police (IGP) AKM Shahidul Haque has urged the transport owners not to operate their long-route buses after 9.00pm.
Staff Correspondent, Chittagong: The railway communications of Chittagong with other parts of the country has been suspended from Monday morning following the derailment of a train.
Rashed Anis: One hundred Bangladeshi youths toured India last month at the invitation of the government of the neighbuoring country.
Staff Correspondent: Bangladesh Road Transport Authority (BRTA) on Sunday took a decision to begin drives against the unfit vehicles and the divers who have no licenses on November 10 this year across the country.
Staff correspondent: Walton, the country’s leading electrical, electronics, automobile and home appliances products manufacturer company, has set up a police control room at the Chandra trivium in Gazipur on the Dhaka-Tangail highway in a bid to prevent road accidents.
Uday Hakim, from Kathmandu: Slow and enjoyable chilly wind was blowing over the Kathmandu valley surrounded by mountains. The numbers of the vehicles on the roads were less. This atmosphere in Kathmandu, just before the winter, is very pleasant. The capital of Nepal becomes more beautiful at the time of nightfall.
Secretariat Correspondent: Md. Mansur Ali has been appointed as the Acting Secretary of Bangladesh railway.
Staff Correspondent: The hajj flights for this year begins today (Wednesday).
Staff Correspondent: Launch owners have announced to go for countrywide indefinite strike from Monday demanding the release of ML Pinak-6 owner Abu Bakar Siddique and his son Limon.
Risingbd Desk: Air Arabia on Saturday announced plans to launch its 98th destination next month by starting flights to Chittagong from its new hub in Ras Al Khaimah.
Thakurgaon Correspondent: An indefinite transport strike called by District Motor Sramik Union is underway in the district from Monday morning.
Dulal Hossain: Hotel and Motel owners in Khagrachhari district are passing a good time now as they are pocketing hefty profits during the on-going Eid vacation, thanks to the country’s political stability.
Risingbd Desk: Bangladesh continued to top the list of six neighbouring countries in terms of number of foreign tourists arriving in India, Rajya Sabha was informed on Wednesday.
Risingbd Desk: The Australian coast is blessed with some great opportunities for whale watching, but for those who love marine wildlife, there’s many more places worth exploring around the world.
Staff Correspondent: Sales of advance train and BRTC bus tickets on the occasion of upcoming Eid-ul-Fitr begin from Sunday morning. Everyday 18 thousand tickets will be sold and special train and bus services will begin on July 24.
Staff Correspondent: Advance tickets of buses on the occasion of upcoming Eid-Ul-Fitr will be available from Monday (July 14).
Secretariat Correspondent: Launch owners in the country on Sunday assured that they would not take extra charge from the passengers during their travel in the upcoming occasion of Eid-Ul-Fitr across the country.
Parliament Correspondent: Civil Aviation and Tourism Minister Rashed Khan Menon on Thursday informed the House that the government earned Tk 3,528 crore as revenue from tourism sector in last five years.
Staff Correspondent: Hundreds of passengers remain stuck in a 50-kilometre tailback in Sitakunda and Mirsarai upazilas on Dhaka-Chittagong highway following downpour that created enormous cracks on the streets.
Tangail Correspondent: The rail link of the northern districts with the capital Dhaka has been suspended from Saturday morning as heavy rainfall washed away the soil under the rail line at Kalihati in the district.
Uday Hakim, Back from Nepal : There is nothing to be amazed. After achieving confidence of the Bangladesi customers, now WALTON’s mission is to win over the heart of the Nepalese people.