September 26, 2021
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  • 52 died in 10 years in Cox’s Bazar beach

    Safe beach tour still only in book Cox’s Bazar Correspondent: Extreme panic is prevailing among tourists as well as locals over the deaths of three tourists in two days on September 17 and 18 while bathing at Cox’s Bazar beach. After the incidents, the concerned administration including tourist police, security…

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  • Kolkata markets cry for Bangladeshi visitors

    Travel ban hits business Enayet Karim back from Kolkata:Most of the West Bengal markets and hotels, particularly in Kolkata have shutdown due to lack of customers, especially from Bangladesh due to the ongoing travel banimposed for the Covid pandemic. A few numbers of shops are remained open but passing idle…

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  • Tourists flocking Kuakata Sea Beach

    Patuakhali Correspondent: All the tourist centers in the country have recently been opened after shut being down for a long time due to the government-announced lockdown to curb the spread of the Covid-19 outbreak.Kuakata Sea Beach in Patuakhali, popularly known as ‘Sagarakanya’, has become resounded with the flocking of thousands…

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  • Tourist spots, entertainment centres reopen today

    Industry Desk: After being closed for around four months, all tourist destinations and entertainment centres like resorts, theme parks, and zoos, including hotels and community centres, are to reopen today at half capacity in compliance with hygiene rules.Organizations or businesses neglecting to comply with hygiene rules, will be held responsible…

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  • Tourism sector facing severe fund crisis

    Industry Desk: The tourism sector of the country that hit rock bottom at the height of the coronavirus pandemic is now facing an existential crisis as all the industry activities remained halted for about one and a half years.Industry insiders said they had never suffered so badly in the past…

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  • Tourist spots to stay closed even as lockdown eases

    Staff Correspondent: The Bangladesh government has ordered tourist venues to remain closed and maintained the ban on public gatherings during the week-long easing of pandemic restrictions ahead of Eid-ul-Azha.The Cabinet Division’s instructions on the lifting of lockdown restrictions were further elaborated in a statement yesterday.Despite a pause in the restrictions…

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  • Country’s 1578 tourist spots at dire straits

    Around 4 million workers have now become unemployed Golam Mostafa Jibon: Around 4 million workers and employees involved in various activities at around 1578 small and big tourist spots across the country have now become unemployed due to frequent lockdowns centering the corona epidemic.In the same time, a standstill situation…

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  • Tour operators urge govt to reopen tourist spots

    Staff Correspondent: Country’s tour operators today urged the government to reopen tourist spots to safeguard four million jobs as tour planners are fearing a loss of around Tk 9,000 crore, if tourism lockdown continues till December next.“Since the government has opened transport, shops and everything else, we think it is…

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  • Padma Bridge construction progress is 93.50pc: Quader

    Staff Correspondent: Road Transport and Bridges Minister and Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader yesterday said the progress of the main bridge construction works of the much-anticipated Padma Multipurpose Bridge Project has reached 93.50 percent.“The progress of construction works of the main bridge is 93.50 percent. River training works progress…

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  • Pandemic hits hard Cox’s Bazar tourism

    Cox’s Bazar Correspondent: Several horses have died of starvation in the beach town of Cox’s Bazar as the coronavirus pandemic laid waste to Bangladesh’s tourism industry.Owners said they are finding it hard to make an income and afford fodder for the animals, used for rides at the beach, as the…

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