Dwoha Chowdhury | The Daily Star
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  • Same crisis, a year later

    On April 5 last year, Sylhet MAG Osmani Medical College Hospital Assistant Professor Dr Md Moyeen Uddin tested positive for Covid-19. He was the very first of such patients in Sylhet, and was the first doctor of the country to have succumbed to the virus on April 15.
  • A system doomed to fail

    Two UK expatriates who were on mandatory institutional quarantine at Hotel Star Pacific in Sylhet city ‘forcibly’ went out on Tuesday morning.
  • Fear, despair grip them

    “They took away all of my savings and the gold jewellery we had for my daughter’s wedding. We managed to flee minutes before they attacked,” 55-year-old Jhorna Rani Das said, describing the attack on her house.
  • Wait for justice marks 3yrs

    On the afternoon of March 3, 2018, renowned educationist and writer Dr Muhammed Zafar Iqbal was attacked by a youth with a knife at Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (Sust) in Sylhet.
  • Remains of old bridge narrowing Sari river

    The road that connects Bangladesh’s Sylhet to Indian’s Shillong through Jaintapur-Tamabil was constructed in 1932.