A nurse provides treatment to a dengue-infected patient at the Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College and Hospital in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Reuters
Mortaza released a statement on his Facebook page on Tuesday and said: "I heard the results of the test this evening, which is negative."
A survey of more than 80,000 people carried out with United Nations backing found 44 per cent of Bangladeshis were "too scared" to even call the government's COVID-19 helpline. Many feared being taken to hospital if testing positive.
Police officers played a key role in enforcing a lockdown in the country of 168 million people before it was lifted at the end of May. But the virus has also infected more than 6,000 officers throughout Bangladesh, with 19 dying of COVID-19.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi took all the leaders who were at the G20 Summit that India had hosted in New Delhi on September 9-10 to Raj Ghat, the place where India’s undisputed leader of the Freedom Movement and Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, was cremated, to pay respects. It was a symbolic
The Egyptian authorities have paused bulldozing tombs in Cairo’s fabled City of the Dead after protests by public figures, cultural preservationists, tour operators, and global historians. Too little, too late. A wasteland of rubble is all that remains of historic and family tombs in protected heritage sectors of the
Theresa May has joined the Conservative heavyweight pile-on against Rishi Sunak over HS2 as she becomes the third former Tory prime minister to call for the project not to be axed. Asked on Saturday if she would cut HS2, the former Tory leader responded with a categoric “no” over fears that abandoning the
The most interesting part of the Hollywood writers’ new contract is the AI clause. According to news reports, it explicitly allows the studios to “train” large language models on scripts written by members of the Writers Guild. The agreement implies that permission to train an LLM on a writer’s works has value.