May 16, 2021


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Car bomb kills 30 in Afghanistan

At least 30 people have been killed in a car bomb blast in Afghanistan’s Logar province. At least 90 others were injured in the blast, according to the BBC. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a guest house in Pul-e-Alam, the capital of Afghanistan’s eastern province. Among the dead were several high school students. Witnesses say the roof of several other buildings, including the guest house, collapsed after the car bomb exploded. In that case, many are trapped under the rubble.

However, no group has so far claimed responsibility for the attack.

A spokesman for the country’s interior ministry said a car bomb had damaged a hospital and several residential buildings. Many are trapped under the rubble. Security personnel are trying their best to rescue them.
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Considering the current situation of epidemic corona, the authorities have postponed the decision to open the residential hall of Dhaka University on May 16. The residential hall has been told to open after the vaccination of all students is completed.

The decision was taken at a meeting of the university’s provost standing committee on Thursday. Earlier, the Dhaka University authorities had announced that the hall would be reopened on March 16 and academic activities would start from March 24, according to the Ministry of Education.

Regarding the opening of the hall, Deputy Vice-Chancellor ASM Maqsood Kamal said that the decision taken by the Provost Standing Committee was that the hall would not be opened on the pre-announced date (May 16). 30,000 students have registered for the corona tick on the university’s web link. But the vaccine has not yet been confirmed. The provost standing committee has taken the new decision considering the rising situation of coronavirus infection and the context of non-confirmation of corona vaccine in students. After considering the situation and confirming the vaccination, the students will be taken to the hall.

Incidentally, 18 residential halls of the university have been closed since March 19 last year due to the corona outbreak. Physical teaching activities are closed from the same time.