Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) has urged the government to provide budgetary allocation for climate change adaptation in fiscal 2014-15 to facilitate the efforts to cope with the adver

The indigenous species of fish are declining in the water-bodies of Chuadanga district due to widespread use of pesticides and chemical fertilisers on the cropland.

Agriculture Minister Matia Chowdhury on Sunday told parliament (Jatiya Sangsad) the government, with assistance from the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), has formulated a mega plan for over

Aiming at protecting the mass people and strategic points from river erosion, the government is going to implement a Tk 828.56 crore project titled “Flood and Riverbank Erosion Risk Management Inve

The High Court order that earlier declared illegal the Ashiyan City Housing Project in Uttara here and asked its authorities to stop selling plots, filling land and doing other business activities

A section of timber traders, in collusion with the unscrupulous officers and employees of the local forest office, are allegedly feeling trees in the reserve forests in Cox’s Bazar district defying

GAIBANDHA: The people living along the banks of the Teesta and Brahmaputra rivers are losing their cropland and homesteads as erosion has taken serious turn here in the district.

Neonatal deaths still remain a challenge in the country due to lack of adequate neonatal care facilities at primary healthcare level and low institutional delivery.

ROME: More than three million children under the age of five die annually of malnutrition, the UN food agency and World Health Organisation said on Thursday, urging governments to tackle the proble

At least four people were killed and 10 others injured as a nor’wester lashed Chapainawabganj and Faridpur districts on Wednesday.