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Jama Masjid Tonk, a great example of the great Mughal architectural style

NE Feature Desk Jama Masjid is one of the biggest mosques in India and is constructed in ancient Mughal architectural style. The initial construction work of the mosque started in 1246 by the first Nawab of Tonk, Amir Khan. It was finally completed between 1297 and 1298 by his son, Nawab Wzirudhoula. There are four […]

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Travel restrictions by country: Here’s where you can visit this summer

NE World Desk You’ve got your COVID vaccine, and the CDC says it’s OK to travel this summer, even internationally. But you’re likely to find that your overseas options are limited by border restrictions in many countries. Why it matters: If you don’t do your homework before traveling, you could wind up stranded in a […]

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Bandar Shahi Mosque, a spiritual Mughal Monuments

NE Feature Correspondent Bandar Shahi Mosque is situated in the Bandar Municipal area. It was built in 1482 AD (886 AH) by Malik Al-Muazzam Baba Saleh, a high official under Sultan Jalaluddin Fateh Shah. It is a square building measuring 6.20 meter a side in the interior and 9.70 meter in the exterior. It has […]

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At least 27 dead, many missing after launch capsizes at Sitalakkha River

NE Bangladesh Desk A small vessel packed with more than 50 passengers capsized after colliding with another boat in central Bangladesh on Sunday evening, leaving at least 26 people dead and many more of others missing, officials said. The double-decker launch was hit by a cargo vessel from the rear and immediately sank in the […]

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M. V. Prince Kamal – 1 joins Dhaka-Patuakhali river route

NE Feature Correspondent After a long period of construction work, newcomer M V. Prince Kamal – 1 finally took its place on the desired route. The launch started its journey from Dhaka to Patuakhali route. At present, vessels with modern facilities are at the top of the demand. So the shipping authorities are adding new […]

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Public transport to remain closed in Bangladesh from Monday

NE Bangladesh Correspondent Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Sunday said public transport services will remain suspended from Monday to contain the rising trend of coronavirus. “Public transport will remain suspended from tomorrow,” he told a press conference on contemporary issues at his official residence here.The vehicles carrying […]

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Britain adds Pakistan, Bangladesh, Kenya and Philippines to ‘red list’

NE World Desk Britons returning from Pakistan, Bangladesh, Kenya and the Philippines will have to go into hotel quarantine from next Friday in a move that will further deter any travel during the Easter school holidays. The four countries are to be added to England’s “red list” of countries under a travel ban amid concerns […]

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How are the historical installations of Bangladesh?

NE Feature Correspondent There are several historical sites scattered in old Dhaka but there is no government initiative to preserve these, no attempt to free them from the hands of influential people. Ruplal House is one of the historic structures on the north bank of the river Buriganga in Farashganj, Old Dhaka. It is difficult […]

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Tokyo Olympics Bans Spectators From Abroad Over COVID-19 Fears

NE Sports Desk Spectators from abroad will be barred from the Tokyo Olympics when they open in four months, the IOC and local organizers said Saturday. The decision was announced after an online meeting of the International Olympic Committee, the Japanese government, the Tokyo government, the International Paralympic Committee, and local organizers. The move was […]

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Long-awaited Super Mario theme park finally opens

NE World Desk After months of pandemic delays, Nintendo’s first ever theme park, featuring a “Mario Kart” ride in a real-life Bowser’s Castle, opened in Japan to delighted fans. The attraction, whose bright, block-like surroundings are straight out of the classic “Super Mario” games, is part of the existing Universal Studios Japan amusement park in […]