44 gates of the Teesta barrage have been opened to control water flow
Bengalis do it better
The floating guava market represents the riverine lifestyle of rural Bangla
Among the 94 monitored stations, one river station has been registered steady while water levels at 10...
It is time to get serious about protecting the rivers that can still be saved
In our greed for money, we have forgotten nature
During the rainy season every year, the citizens of Dhaka have to wade through water
Failing to protect the environmental integrity of our country is a shame shared by us all
To save our rivers, the government must act urgently
'We have records of the water and history of seven dying rivers – Buritista, Ghoramara, Jamuneshwari,...
While irreparable harm has already been done, there is still time to right this wrong
To tackle the flood problem, all countries sharing a common river basin need to act together
Water sustainability is a shared responsibility
Many rivers in the northern and south-western part of Bangladesh have already died, and some have seen...
We have made mistakes in the way we have treated our rivers so far. Let us not continue to make those...
The government has set up a high-level committee to save rivers around Dhaka and Chittagong's Karnaphuli...
It is high time that polluters paid the price for the damage they have caused
Piyara Begum once had a happy life in Garuhara village by the Brahmaputra River in northern Bangladesh,...
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