• Sunday, Dec 05, 2021
  • Last Update : 01:27 am
Mild heatwave sweeping over Bangladesh...

Heatwave likely to abate

Bangladesh

Sun, May 2 2021

Day and night temperature may fall slightly over the country

Dhaka landfill emits 4 tons of methane...

Dhaka landfill emits 4 tons of methane...

Bangladesh

Thu, Apr 29 2021

The amount equals the emission of 190,000 passenger cars

Life made miserable as heatwave sweeps...

Life made miserable as heatwave sweeps...

Nation

Wed, Apr 28 2021

The mild to moderate heatwave caused by the prolonged absence of rainfall was an indication of rapid...

Barisal rickshaw puller dies of...

Barisal rickshaw puller dies of...

Nation

Tue, Apr 27 2021

The maximum temperature in Barisal was 36.3°C on Tuesday 

In pictures: Cooling off in the summer...

In pictures: Cooling off in the summer...

Image Gallery

Mon, Apr 26 2021

The summer heatwave that's making rounds around Bangladesh this season has left many parched and...

Mild to moderate heatwave to...

Mild to moderate heatwave to...

Bangladesh

Sun, Apr 25 2021

Day and night temperatures may rise slightly across the country

Bangladesh to sizzle in heatwave at...

No respite from heatwave

Bangladesh

Sat, Apr 24 2021

Temperature may rise even at night on Saturday, meteorologists forecast  

Heatwave likely to continue in...

Heatwave likely to continue

Bangladesh

Wed, Apr 21 2021

Rain or thundershowers may occur at some places on Thursday evening, BMD says in a forecast

Mercury rises to 40°C as heatwave sweeps...

Mercury rises to 40°C as heatwave...

Bangladesh

Tue, Apr 20 2021

Day and night temperature may rise slightly over the country

Study: Europe's heat and drought crop...

Study: Europe's heat and drought crop...

Europe

Fri, Apr 2 2021

The amount of crop losses due to heatwave and drought rose from 2.2% between 1964 and 1990 to 7.3% from...

UN: Sharp rise in natural disasters...

UN: Sharp rise in natural disasters...

World

Mon, Oct 12 2020

Some 7,348 major disaster events were recorded globally, claiming 1.23 million lives, affecting 4.2 billion...

France swelters under heatwave, putting...

France swelters under heatwave, putting...

Europe

Fri, Jul 31 2020

Around one-third of the country's 101 departments were on high alert, with Paris forecast to reach...

Siberia heat 'almost impossible' without...

Siberia heat driven by climate...

World

Thu, Jul 16 2020

Earth's poles are warming faster than the rest of the planet, and temperatures in Siberia -- home...

Deadly under-the-radar heatwaves ravaging...

Deadly heatwaves ravaging Africa

Africa

Tue, Jul 14 2020

Only two heatwaves in sub-Saharan Africa have been listed over the last 120 years in the Emergency Events...

Mild heatwave may continue

Mild heatwave may continue

Bangladesh

Wed, Apr 8 2020

The bulletin also said weather may remain dry with temporary partly cloudy sky over the country

Mild heatwave may spread

Mild heatwave may spread

Bangladesh

Tue, Apr 7 2020

The bulletin also said weather may remain dry with temporary partly cloudy sky over the country

Australia has its hottest day on...

Australia has its hottest day on...

Oceania

Wed, Dec 18 2019

At least three million hectares of land has been torched across Australia, with six people killed and...

Australia braces for heatwave as more...

Australia braces for heatwave as more...

World

Sat, Dec 7 2019

Thousands of weary firefighters, who have been battling bushfires for a month fighting nearly 100 blazes...

Report: Earth's temperature likely marks...

Report: Earth's temperature likely marks...

World

Tue, Dec 3 2019

'Heatwaves and floods which used to be once-in-a-century events are becoming more regular...

Infographic: July 2019 was hottest month...

Infographic: July 2019 was hottest month...

World

Sat, Aug 17 2019

July was the hottest month measured on Earth since records began in 1880, the latest in a long line of...

Statistics: Dutch deaths surged by 400...

Statistics: Dutch deaths surged by 400...

Europe

Sat, Aug 10 2019

In total 2,964 people died in the week from July 22 to 27, the Dutch Central Statistics Bureau said