The country is going to get another 10 to 12 ‘costly’ liquid fuel-based power projects having total capacity for generating 1350MW of electricity under unsolicited deals as Prime Minister Sheikh Ha
Water Resources Minister Barrister Anisul Islam Mahmud on Monday said the government will go to the international arbitration if it fails to realise the fair share of water from common rivers throu
The overall flood situation in the northern region remained unchanged while the flashfloods inundated many places afresh in and outside the capital on Monday.
Bangladesh has no available data about sea level rise that occurred in its coastal areas due to global warning, climate change experts observed on Wednesday.
Dhaka Wasa on Wednesday signed a deal with four NGOs to provide water connections to Sattola slum in the city’s Mohakhali area.
The Surma River, one of the country’s major freshwater sources, is being polluted alarmingly as the household wastes of the entire Sylhet city are flowing into it due to lack of an effective waste
MANIKGANJ: The Padma River has devoured homesteads and cropland on a vast tract of land in Ramkrishnapur Union of Harirampur upazila in the district.
The country’s poverty rate now fell to 25.6 percent from 31.5 percent in 2010, according to final Household Income Expenditure Survey (HIES) report.
The High Court on Monday asked the government to examine the impugned formalin detection kit, Formaldehyde Meter Z-300, to find out its precision in order to dispel confusion.
CHITTAGONG: The national river taskforce took a decision to free all the canals of Chittagong from encroachers through demolishing the illegal structures on their banks within one month.
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