The Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) approved Thursday Tk 52.48 billion cost water treatment plant set up project to purify the water of the Meghna, to be supplied to th
The draft of the Safe Food Law -2013 is going to be passed during the ongoing parliament session with a provision for 14-year imprisonment as the highest punishment for food adulteration, a high fo
Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (BARI) has developed some varieties of brinjal, resistant to the insect causing damage to the crop, said a press realease.
Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) will prepare a poverty database with the support of World Bank (WB) to ensure effective implementation of the government's poverty reduction strategy and run t
After a prolonged review lasting for three years, the Department of Environment (DoE) gave its seal of clearance to the Rampal Power Plant, a joint venture between the Bangladesh Power Development
The central bank has issued policy guidelines on green banking for nine new commercial banks to protect environment and ensure sustainable banking practices.
Scientists of Bangladesh Institute of Nuclear Agriculture (BINA) here said 71 varieties of different crops including rice and legumes developed by them have been contributing a lot to the country's
Flood situation in Rajshahi is continually worsening for the last one week.
The lifestyle of the people of Kalaroa in Satkhira district has been changed by electrification of the area during the last four years of the present government.
A welfare project entitled "Improving Maternal and Child Nutrition (IMCN)" launched in August, 2011 runs smoothly creating positive impacts to the undernourished mothers and children in the distric
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