A recent study by the Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (Rajuk) has concluded that the capital’s waste management service has been able to collect only 51% of the wastes produced per day for proper dis
Bangladesh has detected its first confirmed case of the often-fatal Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) Coronavirus, with the 53-year-old patient currently receiving special treatment at the In
The High Court has allowed the government two more weeks to place report on measures that have been taken to implement the Safe Food Act 2013 through gazette notification.
Lack of planning and absence of enabling guideline have made the target hard to achieve by 2015
At least four people were killed and 10 others injured when a nor’wester hit Chapainawabganj and Faridpur districts yesterday.
Following the blast, law enforcers recovered among other things 18 bottles of picric acid used to make explosives
As of the current fiscal year, the climate trust fund, formed by the government’s own resources in 2009, has received Tk 2555 crore in the last five fiscal years
Despite the trend of land accretion in the bay, the country is still at risk from the impact of a rise in sea level triggered by the global warming, say observers.
The people of Kishoreganj municipality have been suffering for a long time due to serious environmental pollution as the municipal authorities cannot clean the town regularly in the absence of nece
The Department of Environment (DoE) is set to take legal actions against brick kilns in 16 north-western districts, which had previously been identified as environmentally hazardous.
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