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Gulshan Lake not in Government Spotlight

There has not been sewage and household dissipates did not stream into the Gulshan lake in a single day. Gulshan Lake, located Gulshan-Baridhara area was officially marked an Ecologically Critical Area (ECA) to save the water body from becoming pollution….

Karatoa River occupied by Land grabbers

Preparing fake documents by land grabbers to occupy a part of the river and constructing establishments. Already a huge part of the Karatoa River at several spot had been occupied by land grabbers in Bogra and Gaibandha dristict in Rajshahi…

The Teesta River desiccated

Already majority part of The Teesta River has dried up due to extreme fall in water levels in summer season. It’s fall due to a barrage in India, upstream of the Teesta Irrigation Project at Dalia, Lalmonirhat. Experts think that…

People Face Water Crisis in this Summer in Khulna

Shortage of drinking water is turning into a major problem in summer because of there are no deep tube wells in groundwater level in Khulna. People in Khulna city and five upazilas’ of the Khulna district face serious water crisis…

Rivers in Bangladesh ‘Comatose’

The locality and government are neglected to be responsible for the relentless degradation. As source of livelihood, communication, and heart of people in Dhaka had been determined to the Buriganga River but now it’s a major source of running the…

DU established “Center for Climate Change Study and Resource Utilization”

In view of carrying out a methodical and corresponding research on Climate Change Change matters, a new study institute titled “Center for Climate Change Study & Resource Utilization (CCCSRU)” has established at by the department of Applied Chemistry and Chemical…