Forests minister says opposition activities are like those of a banned political party
Bangladesh is set to observe the 21st National Immunization Day (NID) programmes across the country on Saturday, with health workers and volunteers from the Directorate General of Health Services (
Over 1.5m people in five upazilas of Chapainawabganj in Rajshahi region are at risk of arsenic poisoning due to contaminated tube well waters.
Scientists have discovered a wonder rice gene that could dramatically increase yields of one of the world’s most important food crops, the Philippines-based International Rice Research Institute (I
'DWASA had already started work on a plan to capture surface water for re-distribution' says A Khan
Most investigations have focused on the risk from drinking water, but there is now widening interest in whether the poison can also be passed on in rice, through irrigated fields
The Bangladesh delegation gave mixed reaction about the first week’s negotiations and possible outcomes of the summit
Orange farming in this area has flourished since its commercial cultivation began under the five-year term (2006-2011) Orange Development Project (ODP) of the DAE.
WildTeam’s efforts in tiger conservation include empowering more than 350 village volunteers around the forest edge to save human, livestock, and tiger lives through the Village Tiger Response Team
Poachers killed a number of deer at Dublar Char area of the Sundarbans during the Rashmela Hindu festical in the last three days, despite various preventive measures taken by the Forest Department
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