- June 20, 2017
Local government and rescue services have warned that any rain could trigger further landslides in the Chittagong division
Rainfall to continue over next 72 hours
The met office recorded 30mm of rain in Dhaka over 24 hours till 6am on Monday
The national fish of Bangladesh contributes to 12% of overall fish production in Bangladesh, which is equivalent to around 1% of the country’s GDP
Bangladesh lost 0.732% of its GDP in last 20 years due to extreme weather events
According to the study, two-thirds of the pollution comes from the 20 most polluting rivers, the overwhelming majority in Asia with the Yangtze River in China topping the list
The process of recycling the phones will be conducted both in Bangladesh and abroad
The vessel with nine crew members and around 825 tonnes of iron slug plunged into the water after its keel developed a crack around midnight on Sunday
Nearly a third of the city goes underwater every monsoon while its southern part gets inundated during high tides even with no rainfall.
They wished success of all programmes of the day
The government formulated the Environment Act-1995 in a bid to conserve the nature by checking pollution
Hasina has instructed the authorities concerned regarding the expansion of mangrove forest in the coastal areas of the country
Cox’s Bazar has taken the brunt of cyclone Mora, with five people dead, 20,000 houses destroyed and hundreds of trees uprooted, blocking roads all over the district.
Severe cyclonic storm Mora has lashed Bangladesh’s coastal areas with heavy rains and winds before moving inland towards India’s northeast.
Sidr was the strongest cyclone to hit Bangladesh since the cyclone of 1991
Cyclone Mora battered the coast with heavy rains and winds of up 128kmph
The cyclone has destroyed almost 10,000 thatched huts in Balukhali and Kutupalong camps
Nearly 70% homes on the Saint Martin’s island have been either damaged or destroyed
Photos show cyclone preparedness programme in effect in Patenga Beach in Chittagong.
In the pursuit of a more organised and efficient naming system, meteorologists decided to identify storms using names from a list arranged alphabetically.