In an effort to uplift rural infrastructure, the government has taken three mega projects involving Tk 1,530 crore, official sources said.
Water level of all the 16 rivers in Kurigram district including the Brahmaputra, Dharla,Teesta, Dudkumor and Sonavory have been risen sharply creating flash flood due to torrential rain and on rus
At least two-thirds of the city remain outside the sewerage network of Dhaka Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (DWASA) following which big quantity of untreated sewage regularly falls into river
Thirty six percent people of Sailkupa upazila in Jhenidah could not be covered with proper sanitation system, said the experts in a gathering with the women participants jointly organized by Sailku
Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) launched its tree plantation campaign 2013 on Sunday.
Latest reports of UNICEF, National Nutrition Survey, Demographic and Health Survey, End line Evaluation of NNP and some other nutrition surveys conducted by various organisations have clearly shown
The World Bank on Thursday approved US$ 375 million in concessional financing and $25 million in grant to Bangladesh for increasing the resilience of the coastal population to climate change-induce
River erosion has taken serious turn at different points along Teesta river bank under Sundarganj upazila in the district recently with the rise of water level in the river creating immense sufferi
Bangladesh will be one of the most-affected countries in South Asia by an expected 2°C rise in the world's average temperatures in the next decades, according to a new scientific report released by
The Indo-Bangla Joint Rivers Commission (JRC) is set for talks in Dhaka on such crucial issues as equiaable share of Teesta waters and proposed Tipaimukh dam.
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