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Dhaka Tribune

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Everything that made the headlines today

Update : 27 Jun 2023, 07:55 PM

High influx of Bangladeshis traveling to India for Eid holidays 

The number of India-bound passengers using the Benapole land port has increased ahead of this Eid-ul-Azha as 45,000 Bangladeshis travelled to the neighboring country in seven days for shopping or spending holidays.

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File photo of The Benapole-Petrapole border gate dividing Bangladesh and India Dhaka Tribune

US denies talks on taking over St Martin's 

We respect Bangladesh's sovereignty, and we have never engaged in any conversations about taking over St Martin's Island, says US spokesperson

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 Collected  

Dhaka airport 3rd terminal to be partially inaugurated in October

The highly anticipated world-class third terminal of Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport will be partially inaugurated in the first week of October this year, an official has said.

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 Syed Zakir Hossain/Dhaka Tribune  

Dollar price disparity persists, unification delayed

Despite the official announcement by top bank executives, the price of the dollar will not be unified across all cases starting from next July. It is expected that the difference in dollar prices will continue until September.

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BIGSTOCK

Eid-ul-Azha: Vehicles' pressure increased on Gazipur highways 

The pressure of vehicles has increased on Dhaka-Mymensingh and Dhaka-Tangail highways in Gazipur since morning as a four-day holiday began on Tuesday ahead of Eid-ul-Azha which is going to be celebrated on June 29.

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File photo of a long gridlock of cargo and passenger vehicles on Dhaka-Tangail Highway Dhaka Tribune

Eid journey: Pressure of vehicles low at Paturia ferry terminal 

Eid holidaymakers were crossing Paturia ferry terminal in Manikganj without hassle on Tuesday morning as the pressure of vehicles and passengers was relatively low at the terminal.

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Dhaka Tribune

UN commends Bangladesh's peacekeeping efforts

The United Nations has said it does not involve forces linked to human rights violations.

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ISPR

Another Bangladeshi man shot dead in South Africa 

A Bangladeshi man was shot dead by miscreants in Busabelo, a province in South Africa, on Monday.

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Bangla Tribune


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