Dhaka Wasa’s continued failure to prevent this is inexcusable
Its move for AI-driven signalling system signals how out-of-touch with reality it is
Authorities must learn from last year’s botched response, and start early preparation
The new branch is expected to open in mid-January, store owner Amina Rahman told The Daily Star.
Lack of public toilets in the capital and elsewhere is causing much suffering
Football lovers in areas under Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) will get the chance to see the world’s greatest sporting festival, the FIFA World Cup 2022, on giant screens in open spaces. .The DNCC will screen all matches of the showpiece event set to begin this night with the match be
DNCC’s indiscriminate dumping of waste on the banks of Turag River is inexcusable
That such a problem can persist in a modern city year after year is unthinkable
Authorities’ lack of action is as dangerous as the disease itself
Why are ward councillors sitting on the mayor's instruction to list them?
. According to one study, about 5,000 tonnes of waste is being generated in Dhaka city every day.
Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) has launched a drive at 54 vulnerable wards to curb Aedes mosquito breeding.
Dhaka is at risk of a major dengue outbreak this year compared to the last couple of years, as clear, stagnant water, the breeding ground for Aedes mosquitoes, at under-construction buildings is abundant this time around.
An extortion case was filed against Dhaka North City Corporation's Ward 31 Councillor Shafiqul Islam Sentu, for allegedly beating up a shop owner and his father in the capital’s Mohammadpur as he refused to pay Tk 5 lakh.
State Minister for Industries Kamal Ahmed Majumder today suggested digging canals in Dhaka city alongside constructing walkways, green fences on both sides and handing over their authority to the two city corporations through a memorandum of understanding.
Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) today gave three months more time to renew trade license and pay holding tax without any surcharge or fine.
Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) launches combing operation at different parts including Baridhara area of the capital to destroy the breeding grounds of Aedes mosquitoes.
A resident of Dhaka sens legal notice to the mayors of Dhaka north and south city corporations, health secretary and director general of the Directorate General of Health Services, requesting them to take necessary steps in 24 hours to kill aedes mosquito that causes dengue fever.
Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) introduces two hotlines to aid in sending relief materials to poor people in the city area amid the coronavirus situation in the country.