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Bangladesh
  • Infection: 1,624,387
  • Recovery: 779----
  • Death: 28,154

Source: IEDCR

World
  • Infection: 329,675,422
  • Recovery: 3,405,---
  • Death: 5,543,277

Source: Johns Hopkins University

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German riot police officers march during a demonstration against government measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Magdeburg, Germany, January 8, 2022. REUTERS/Christian Mang/File Photo
Autocracies outdo democracies on public trust

Public trust in governments running the world's democracies has fallen to new lows over their handling of the pandemic, a global survey has found

This isn’t the presidency Biden imagined for himself

The problems Biden is facing are a perfect inversion of the problems Obama faced. One was bedevilled by crises of demand, the other is struggling with crises of supply

A photo provided by Mark Birnbaum shows Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker in Colleyville, Texas, on Sunday, Jan 16, 2022, one day after the hostage situation at his synagogue, Congregation Beth Israel. Mark Birnbaum via The New York Times

Texas rabbi recounts dramatic escape from synagogue

Rabbi Cytron-Walker said that he allowed Malik Faisal Akram into the synagogue because it appeared Akram was looking for somewhere to get warm

Children play at a waterfront in Shekou area of Shenzhen, Guangdong province, China March 15, 2021. REUTERS

Historic low births cause political problem in China

The demographic crisis, a challenge to the economy, also signals a limit to the reach of the government, which has struggled recently to grow the population

FILE — An idle construction site for an Evergrande residential project in Taiyuan, China, and completed buildings behind on Oct 20, 2021. China Evergrande Group is only the largest and most visible of a lengthening list of real estate developers in China that have run into severe financial difficulty lately. Gilles Sabrié/The New York Times

China’s economy is
slowing, a worrying
sign for the world

The country's economic output has slowed and growth has faltered as home buyers and consumers become cautious

A plume rises over Tonga after the underwater volcano Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai erupted in this satellite image taken by Himawari-8, a Japanese weather satellite operated by Japan Meteorological Agency on January 15, 2022, in this screen grab obtained from a social media video. NOAA/SSEC/CIMSS via REUTERS

An agonising wait for news from Tonga

After a colossal volcanic eruption spawned a tsunami, severed communication lines leave Tongans around the world waiting anxiously for news of their loved ones

Naomi Osaka of Japan, during her first round win against Camila Osorio of Colombia, at the Australian Open in Melbourne, Australia on Jan 17, 2022. Naomi made headlines last May when she dropped out of the French Open, citing mental health concerns. (Alana Holmberg/The New York Times)

Mental health of tennis players is no longer ignored

The sport is very stressful, and many professionals had to often manage their anxiety alone. Now the tours provide help

The body of Mexican photojournalist Margarito Martinez Esquivel lies on the ground next to his car after he was killed outside his home, in Tijuana, Mexico, Jan 17, 2022. REUTERS/Jorge Duenes

Mexican journalist shot dead outside home in Tijuana

Martinez, 49, worked for more than a decade in Tijuana for several national and international news outlets covering the gang crime and violence

Reflecting sunlight to keep the Earth cool, often dubbed as ‘solar geoengineering,’ attracts less than 1% of climate science budgets, amid fears of unexpected consequences. The New York Times

Geoengineers seek a
diplomatic fix after
sun-dimming setback

Reflecting sunlight to keep the Earth cool, often dubbed as ‘solar geoengineering,’ attracts less than 1% of climate science budgets, amid fears of unexpected consequences

Diet. Cheat. Give up. Repeat. If that cycle sounds familiar to you, welcome to the world of chronic dieting. Andrew B Myers/The New York Times

Try intuitive eating to break the diet cycle

This Eat Well Challenge will help you avoid the 'what-the-hell' effect and tune into your body instead

  • Mango trees across Chapainawabganj, including the ones next to roads, are being cut down. Farmers say mango cultivation is not as profitable as it used to be. Photo: Md Fakrul Islam

    Mango trees across Chapainawabganj, including the ones next to roads, are being cut down. Farmers say mango cultivation is not as profitable as it used to be. Photo: Md Fakrul Islam

  • Old mango trees in an orchard in the Moharajpur area of Chapainawabganj are being cut down. The owner of the orchard is planning to sell the land. Photo: Md Fakrul Islam

    Old mango trees in an orchard in the Moharajpur area of Chapainawabganj are being cut down. The owner of the orchard is planning to sell the land. Photo: Md Fakrul Islam

  • Old mango trees in an orchard in the Moharajpur area of Chapainawabganj are being cut down. The owner of the orchard is planning to sell the land. Photo: Md Fakrul Islam

    Old mango trees in an orchard in the Moharajpur area of Chapainawabganj are being cut down. The owner of the orchard is planning to sell the land. Photo: Md Fakrul Islam

  • Mango trees along the roads are being cut down. As the price of land in the Moharajpur area of Chapainawabganj has gone up, many landowners have begun to sell. Photo: Md Fakrul Islam

    Mango trees along the roads are being cut down. As the price of land in the Moharajpur area of Chapainawabganj has gone up, many landowners have begun to sell. Photo: Md Fakrul Islam

  • The chopped-down mango trees are taken to the mill to produce wood for making furniture. Photo: Md Fakrul Islam

    The chopped-down mango trees are taken to the mill to produce wood for making furniture. Photo: Md Fakrul Islam

  • Furniture is made from the mango trees felled in Chapainawabganj. Photo: Md Fakrul Islam

    Furniture is made from the mango trees felled in Chapainawabganj. Photo: Md Fakrul Islam

  • Although the burning of trees in brick kilns is prohibited, wood from mango trees in Chapainawabganj are still used in brick kilns. Photo: Md Fakrul Islam

    Although the burning of trees in brick kilns is prohibited, wood from mango trees in Chapainawabganj are still used in brick kilns. Photo: Md Fakrul Islam

  • Cargo ships from Myanmar are docked at the Teknaf Land Port along the Naf River. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

    Cargo ships from Myanmar are docked at the Teknaf Land Port along the Naf River. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

  • Cargo ships from Myanmar are docked at the Teknaf Land Port along the Naf River. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

    Cargo ships from Myanmar are docked at the Teknaf Land Port along the Naf River. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

  • Awami League chief Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, leads a party delegation in talks on the formation of a new Election Commission with President Md Abdul Hamid at the Bangabhaban in Dhaka on Monday, Jan 17, 2022. Photo: Press Wing, Bangabhaban

    Awami League chief Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, leads a party delegation in talks on the formation of a new Election Commission with President Md Abdul Hamid at the Bangabhaban in Dhaka on Monday, Jan 17, 2022. Photo: Press Wing, Bangabhaban

  • An Awami League delegation, led by party chief Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, pose for a photo with President Abdul Hamid after talks on the formation of an Election Commission at the Bangabhaban in Dhaka on Monday, Jan 17, 2022. Photo: Press Wing, Bangabhaban

    An Awami League delegation, led by party chief Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, pose for a photo with President Abdul Hamid after talks on the formation of an Election Commission at the Bangabhaban in Dhaka on Monday, Jan 17, 2022. Photo: Press Wing, Bangabhaban

  • An Awami League delegation, led by party chief Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, attends talks on the formation of an Election Commission with President Md Abdul Hamid at the Bangabhaban in Dhaka on Monday, Jan 17, 2022. Photo: Press Wing, Bangabhaban

    An Awami League delegation, led by party chief Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, attends talks on the formation of an Election Commission with President Md Abdul Hamid at the Bangabhaban in Dhaka on Monday, Jan 17, 2022. Photo: Press Wing, Bangabhaban

  • Chief Justice Hasan Foez Siddique places a wreath on the coffin of TH Khan after the funeral prayers for the veteran lawyer and former minister at the Supreme Court premises in Dhaka on Monday, Jan 17, 2022. Photo: Kazi Salahuddin Razu

    Chief Justice Hasan Foez Siddique places a wreath on the coffin of TH Khan after the funeral prayers for the veteran lawyer and former minister at the Supreme Court premises in Dhaka on Monday, Jan 17, 2022. Photo: Kazi Salahuddin Razu

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Evaly to sell assets
in bid to stay afloat

The High Court appointed Justice AHM Shamsuddin Choudhury chairman of the troubled online shopping platform 

German riot police officers march during a demonstration against government measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Magdeburg, Germany, January 8, 2022. REUTERS/Christian Mang/File Photo

Autocracies outdo democracies on public trust

Public trust in governments running the world's democracies has fallen to new lows over their handling of the pandemic, a global survey has found

Police arrest two over murder of actress Shimu

The dismembered body of the actress was found in Keraniganj, leading to the arrests of her husband and his friend