The managing director of Dhaka Wasa yesterday said all slum dwellers in the capital would be provided with the amenity of legal water supply by this December.
As flood situation continued to deteriorate in different parts of the country, it has brought misery to northern districts leaving a million people marooned and damaging crops, houses and other inf
The High Court has rejected two petitions filed by BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia seeking court's directives to state for submitting documents of Barapukuria coal mine graft case.
‘Carbon is poisonous. It will destroy arable land and the environment. Our land will lose fertility and the factory, if built, will harm the villagers’
Flooding in the country’s southeast caused by incessant rain over the past few days is likely to get worse, weather experts said yesterday.
Public concern about adulterants such as formalin in food, underlies the growing number of enforcement drives we are witnessing to make the food we eat safer.
Thousands of the distressed women living in remote char areas on the Brahmaputra basin have achieved laudable success in the health, hygiene, sanitation and safe drinking water sectors.
China has approached the government with a proposal to build waste-based power plants in order to utilise what was described as the potential of the renewable energy sector in Bangladesh.
The government has decided to recognise the contribution of four people and organisations, including Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), to conservation of the wildlife.
A total of three international financiers signed contracts with the local private company Summit Bibiyana II Power Company Limited and US-based GE Energy to provide $210 million for a 341MW gas-bas
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