The latest bulletin said Bangladesh had already attained the MDG-4 target of reducing child mortality rate
New Gazipur training centre driving away locals, hurting livelihoods
Locals put up a barricade on the main entrance of Maddhapara Granite Mining Company Ltd yesterday to press home their five-point demands
Cooking on open fires and kerosene lighting causes indoor air pollution, which is considered as one of the largest global public health issues
The world’s largest mangrove forest Sundarbans considered to be the hub of biodiversity is gradually losing its biodiversity due to rampant poaching of wild animals in and around the forest.
Grameenphone, the market leader of cellular operator in the country, has won the 19th Annual Global Mobile Award.
The government has directed the related agencies, including the contractor firm, to begin work within a week on setting up the central effluent treatment plant (CETP) at the Savar leather estate to
After visiting the spot, the Dhaka Tribune found that the local people are happy with the eviction
Members of Narod Banchau Andolon Committee have brought out a broom procession at Kanaikhali area in Natore against the dumping of waste pollutants into Narod River.
The Bangladesh Environmental Lawyers Association (BELA) has sent a legal notice to the deputy commissioner in Cox’s Bazar, requesting that illegal hill cutting in the district be halted.
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