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GRABBERS feast on buriganga
Bangladesh Daily Star

Save the Buriganga

Letter RIVER Buriganga is the lifeline of Dhaka but it is dying a painful death due to our apathetic attitude. I remember during my childhood, I used to ride boats on the river and enjoy the pristine beauty of the Buriganga. The wide and deep ... Financial Express Bangladesh, 2 weeks ago
Plan to revive battered Buriganga Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 month ago
Saving Buriganga Financial Express Bangladesh, 1 month ago

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Seminar in moving launch to highlight river pollution

A seminar was held in a moving launch on the Buriganga and Meghna rivers on Monday, aiming to focus on the river pollution and security. Nongor, a social organisation working on river security, organised the seminar titled Unity for Saving Rivers ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 month ago River pollution needs to be stopped immediately  New Age Bangladesh2 months ago
New Age Bangladesh

Mild heat wave may continue over country

Children having dip in River Buriganga to get rid of scorching heat. — Ali Hossain Mintu Mild heat wave is sweeping over Barisal division and the regions of Dhaka, Madaripur, Gopalganj, Sandwip, Sitakunda, Comilla, Noakhali, Rangamati, Khulna, ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 month ago Heat wave likely to continue  New Age Bangladesh2 months ago
Arab News

Up to 64 killed by lightning in Bangladesh, reports say

Bangladeshi boatmen make their way through hyacinth plants in the Buriganga River in Dhaka in this May 12, 2016, photo. Reports say more than 60 people have reportedly been killed from lightning over the past two days during tropical storms across ...
 Arab News1 month ago

Dhaka floating hotels

CNC Added On June 17, 2016 The five floating hotels are anchored at the bank of river Buriganga in Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. Although it might be hard to believe, it's true that one can stay in any of them for just less than ...
 CNC World1 week ago Feature: Floating hotels in Bangladesh offer ultra-cheap accommodation but fail to lure high-flyers week ago Tk 30 per day hotel rent? Welcome to floating hotels of Dhaka  Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago XINHUA - Feature: Floating hotels in Bangladesh offer ultra-cheap accommodation but fail to lure high-flyers  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago

Greens ask India to scrap river linking project

Fifteen green organisations in the country on Sunday urged upper riparian India to scrap its river linking project to save lower riparian Bangladesh's rivers, nature and agriculture from being ruined by re-activating New Delhi's river linking ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 month ago

Strike halts water transport movement

Ships are seen anchored in the river Karnaphuli in Chittagong as the workers of waterways enforced indefinite strike across the country to realise their 15-point demand. The photo was taken on Thursday. — Focusbangla photo Inland water ...
 New Age Bangladesh2 months ago

Govt urged to take action against river polluters

Bangladesh Paribesh Andolan and Bangladesh Environmental Lawyers Association jointly organise a citizen rally marking the World Earth Day 2016 at Basila point on the bank of river Buriganga on Thursday. — New Age photo Green activists, noted ...
 New Age Bangladesh2 months ago

Directive for master plan to make four Dhaka rivers navigable

ECNEC revises, approves seven projects FE Report Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina asked the authorities concerned to devise a master plan for ensuring navigability and waste-free water flow at the Buriganga and three other rivers around Dhaka ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago

Prabuddha Paul: Boatmen of Buriganga

This boatman, Md. Sultan, was badly struck by the economic crisis. He cannot afford to send his children to a private school as there are hardly any government schools in the area. Photograph/Prabuddha Paul Here, Md. Ibrahim is standing with his son. I made ...
 Better Photography1 month ago
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