Partha Chakrabortty

Six Upazilas In Bagerhat: Water crisis grips oastal areas

The residents of six coastal upazilas under Bagerhat district are grappling with an acute crisis for fresh water for domestic consumption since the onset of dry season.

4w ago

A stinky welcome

Stench of municipal waste lining the roadside welcomes anyone entering Bagerhat city.

1m ago

Bagerhat 250-bed Hospital: Services in jeopardy amid acute manpower shortage

An acute shortage of doctors and staff has left patients at the Bagerhat 250-bed hospital deprived of much needed medical care.

2m ago

When everything comes in polybags

In 2002, the government banned thin polythene and plastic bags, making Bangladesh the first country in the world to slap such a restriction.

3m ago

‘My union is turning into a desert’

The Bangladesh Water Development Board recently dredged a 23-kilometre stretch of Bishkhali river at Badhal in Bagerhat’s Kachua upazila.

3m ago

Made in Bagerhat, for Europe

Kept in a row, unique two-wheelers will captivate the attention of any visitor once they enter the workshop of Natural Fiber, a company located at the BSCIC industrial zone near Bagerhat town.

3m ago

Once barren, now a farmers’ haven

Only a year ago, the 7,000 bighas of swampland of Sashikhali beel in Bagerhat’s Shatgambuj union used to be barren due to inflow of water with high salinity from Doratana river through a sluice gate.

4m ago

Families trapped in saline water

A silent health crisis is unfolding in Gulishakhali village in Bagerhat’s Morrelganj upazila.

5m ago
May 19, 2024
May 19, 2024

Six Upazilas In Bagerhat: Water crisis grips oastal areas

The residents of six coastal upazilas under Bagerhat district are grappling with an acute crisis for fresh water for domestic consumption since the onset of dry season.

May 6, 2024
May 6, 2024

A stinky welcome

Stench of municipal waste lining the roadside welcomes anyone entering Bagerhat city.

March 30, 2024
March 30, 2024

Bagerhat 250-bed Hospital: Services in jeopardy amid acute manpower shortage

An acute shortage of doctors and staff has left patients at the Bagerhat 250-bed hospital deprived of much needed medical care.

March 18, 2024
March 18, 2024

When everything comes in polybags

In 2002, the government banned thin polythene and plastic bags, making Bangladesh the first country in the world to slap such a restriction.

February 27, 2024
February 27, 2024

‘My union is turning into a desert’

The Bangladesh Water Development Board recently dredged a 23-kilometre stretch of Bishkhali river at Badhal in Bagerhat’s Kachua upazila.

February 23, 2024
February 23, 2024

Made in Bagerhat, for Europe

Kept in a row, unique two-wheelers will captivate the attention of any visitor once they enter the workshop of Natural Fiber, a company located at the BSCIC industrial zone near Bagerhat town.

February 11, 2024
February 11, 2024

Once barren, now a farmers’ haven

Only a year ago, the 7,000 bighas of swampland of Sashikhali beel in Bagerhat’s Shatgambuj union used to be barren due to inflow of water with high salinity from Doratana river through a sluice gate.

January 13, 2024
January 13, 2024

Families trapped in saline water

A silent health crisis is unfolding in Gulishakhali village in Bagerhat’s Morrelganj upazila.

November 23, 2023
November 23, 2023

6 brothers transform brick kiln into dragon fruit orchard

On a 23-acre land on the bank of Navaganga river in Narail’s Kalia upazila, where there was once a brick kiln emitting dark clouds of smoke, now lies a vast dragon fruit orchard.

October 2, 2023
October 2, 2023

When a century is not enough

Though over a century has gone by since its establishment, the Government Textile Vocational Institute in Bagerhat, is yet to get a permanent campus.

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