Ignoring a government ban, politically influential people have been allegedly running a profitable business of extracting stones from three rivers in Lalmonirhat – Dharla, Shaniajan and Singimari –
Brick kilns set up on croplands have been adversely affecting the agricultural production in Lalmonirhat district over the years.
RDRS Bangladesh has set up 1,300 solar power units in char areas and other backwards villages inhabited by the ethnic minority communities so far in the region
Foot-and-mouth disease in cattle has become acute at different upazilas in Lalmonirhat district in recent times, much to the concern of the cattle owners and rearers.
The World Bank (WB) will provide concessional IDA financing of $29.29 million for Northern Areas Reduction-of-Poverty Initiative (NARI) project aiming to economically empower poor women of northwes
Introduction of solar power in the rural areas of Rangpur, Kurigram and Lalmonirhat districts has ushered in a new hope for the people as electricity supply is not adequate in these areas.
Flood situation in two north-western districts of Rajshahi and Lalmonirhat worsened as the water levels of the mighty rivers Padma and Dharla continued to rise.
A section of locals are engaged in hunting of birds, especially herons, posing threat to the stock of the graceful creature of nature.
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