Teesta erosion has affected more than 2,000 families in Kurigram
Floodwater inundates standing crops on 26,421 hectares of land in low-lying areas of Rangpur
Thousands of people have been marooned in several districts
India opened 44 gates of the Teesta Barrage to control water flow
Roads, houses, seedbeds and schools went under water due to the flash flood
Locals repeated requests for the construction of the approach road to the authorities concerned have...
Former Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Deb Mukharji discusses the history of India and Bangladesh...
‘Bangladesh and India are determined to save the river,’ said Kabir Bin Anwar, senior secretary...
Local Government Engineering Department (LGED) is constructing the 1490- metre long girder bridge at...
Both countries will also coordinate to organize commemorative activities to celebrate fifty years of...
Dr Momen said the foreign secretary will visit New Delhi next month and the date of the PM-level meeting...
The Teesta barrage has opened all 44 sluice gates to control the floodwaters, inundating homes in...
India and Bangladesh to hold joint events on Mujib Barsha
Heavy rain in the last 24 hours in the Teesta basin caused a heavy onrush of water from upstream,...
Is it time for Bangladesh to reconsider its foreign policy with its neighbours?
The meeting is aimed to resolve issues between Bangladesh and India regarding Teesta
Water in the Teesta River is flowing above the danger level in Lalmonirhat
The river is currently posing a great threat for the neighbouring areas
The challenge at hand is to help the poor souls still trapped in the flood waters
We can choose our friends, but not our neighbours
Farmers will benefit
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