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  • US-Bangla plane crash survivor Kabir Hossain

    US-Bangla plane crash: Kabir’s left leg at risk too

    US-Bangla plane crash survivor Kabir Hossain whose right leg was amputated on March 26 at a hospital in Singapore has now contracted infection on his left leg.

  • US-Bangla Airlines crash survivor Shaheen Bepari

    US-Bangla plane crash survivor Shaheen dies

    US-Bangla Airlines crash survivor Shaheen Bepari dies at Dhaka Medical College Hospital.

  • US-Bangla plane crash survivor Kabir Hossain

    Plane crash: Survivor Kabir likely to be taken to Singapore

    US-Bangla plane crash survivor Kabir Hossain, who is undergoing treatment at the burn unit of Dhaka Medical College Hospital, might be taken to Singapore for better treatment, doctors say.

  • Funeral of last 3 victims held

    The funeral of last three Bangladeshi victims of the US-Bangla aircraft crash was held yesterday.

  • US-Bangla plane crash Bangladeshi victims identified

    Plane Crash Victims: Identities of rest three confirmed

    The identities of the three remaining Bangladeshi victims of the US-Bangla aircraft crash were confirmed yesterday.

  • Crashed US-Bangla Airlines Pilot Abid Sulatn's Son Tamjid

    Mother in coma, son receives father's body

    Ever since the news of Pilot Abid Sultan's death in the US-Bangla plane crash came, all Tamjid, his only son, tried to do was make sure his mother was in a stable condition.

  • Dreams lost: memories burn

    Dreams lost: memories burn

  • US-Bangla pilot Abid Sultan’s wife on life support

    The wife of Captain Abid Sultan, the pilot who died in the deadly crash of US-Bangla Airlines flight BS211 at Nepal airport on March 12, is on life support at National Institute of Neurosciences and Hospital in Dhaka’s Sher-e-Bangla Nagar.

  • US-Bangla Airlines Pilot Abid Sultan and his wife Afsana Khanam

    Captain's wife suffers stroke

    A week after US-Bangla Airlines pilot Captain Abid Sultan lost his life in the plane crash at Nepal airport, his wife suffered a stroke yesterday morning.

  • Bodies of Bangladeshi victims arrive Tuesday

    Bodies of the Bangladeshis identified following the US-Bangla airplane crash in Nepal’s Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) will be brought in the country on Tuesday.

  • Landing incorrect, Nepal airport says

    The landing of US-Bangla Airlines plane that crashed and killed 51 people, including 28 Bangladeshis, was incorrect, Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) claims.

  • A return no one ever expects

    Almun Nahar Annie, one of the survivors, had been refusing to go back to Bangladesh. Last night though, she finally changed her mind. Annie lost her husband FH Priok and their only child Tamarra in the BS211 crash. What does she have to go back to?

  • Back home with scars, trauma

    The first Bangladeshi survivor of the US-Bangla disaster in Kathmandu returned home yesterday. Straight from the airport, Shahreen Ahmed, who was undergoing treatment at the Kathmandu Medical College Hospital since Monday's crash, was taken to Dhaka Medical College Hospital's burn unit.

  • Nepal US-Bangla Aircraft crash

    People’s perspective: A major blow to brand Bangladesh

    Even a single death due to accident is too many. So the statistics that there have been only two major aviation disasters in Bangladesh in the last 33 years are only of trivial importance. A tragedy in which 51 people died puts countries into a collective bereavement.

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