- March 20, 2018
The foreign minister urged upon experts to focus on a much wider range of issues, challenges and opportunities that affect the work of the Bimstec forum
Almost 40% construction work of 1,440 houses including 120 cyclone shelters has already been completed
The bodies will be sent to Cox’s Bazar Sadar Hospital after recovery
British and Chinese engineers are helping prepare the island to receive refugees before the onset of monsoon rains, which could bring disastrous flooding to ramshackle camps further south that now teem with about 1 million Rohingya
Bangladesh is now on the world’s cruise map and this voyage will help boost future tourism
Bangladesh has a great opportunity to utilise and earn from its waters
The state-owned companies have already completed 2D seismic surveys of the blocks according to Petrobangla
The arrested people are residents of Gahira area in Raozan upazila of Chittagong.
Met office recorded around eight millimetres of rainfall in three hours from 6am to 9am on Sunday, said meteorologist AKM Nazmul Haque
According to a met office special bulletin, the deep depression is likely to intensify further and move in a north-northwesterly direction
Weather officials said the storm was likely to move north into Tamil Nadu and the east coast state of Andhra Pradesh in the next four days
President Hamid will visit the 41 ships participating in the naval exercise after the inauguration
The expedition is part of a joint research programme of the Fisheries and Livestock Ministry and Isabela Foundation.
Light to moderate rain likely to continue today
Forty researchers are ready to delve into the Swatch of No-Ground in the Bay of Bengal with modern equipment
The Maulana Bhasani National Hockey Stadium, the only hockey venue in Bangladesh that hosts international tournaments, had never previously seen a senior international hockey match get postponed due to rain before
More than 100 Rohingya, mostly women and children, were on the boat
Research shows that almost eight lakh people commit suicide every year
Video released by the Wildlife Conservation Society’s (WCS) Marine programme shows a group of Bangladeshi fishermen rescuing a pantropical spotted dolphin that became entangled in their net in the Bay of Bengal.
The official said the Blue Economy cell was formed to explore, collect, conserve and manage the natural and mineral resources within Bangladesh’s Bay of Bengal region