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Moderate earthquake jolts capital, other parts of country

A moderate earthquake jolted different parts of the county including the capital Dhaka Monday night.

Moderate earthquake jolts capital, other parts of country

Dhaka’s air ranked ‘moderate’ in Air Quality Index

The air in Bangladesh’s capital Dhaka was categorised as ‘moderate’ on Monday afternoon in the Air Quality Index (AQI) -- a significant improvement after days

Dhaka ranks fourth worst in Air Quality Index

Severe heatwave sizzles Delhi

With temperatures surpassing the 45 degrees Celsius-mark, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a "red warning" for Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, and Rajasthan

Severe heatwave sizzles Delhi

Pope calls for defence of environment as public returns to St. Peter's Square

Sunday was the fifth anniversary of his encyclical "Laudato Si" on the care of the environment, which called for a reduction of fossil fuels and backed the majority scientific consensus that human ...

Pope Francis leads the Regina Coeli prayer from the Library of the Apostolic Palace without public participation due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, at the Vatican on 24 May 2020

Dhaka’s air quality improves slightly

Dhaka’s Air Quality improved slightly on Sunday morning as the city ranked 12th worst in the Air Quality Index (AQI)

Dhaka’s air quality shows significant improvement

Indigenous fishes release record eggs in Halda river

Halda river expert Monjurul Kibria told the news agency that the fry-collectors collected over 25,600 kilogram of eggs in the early hours of Friday, which is record amount in the last 20 years

Indigenous fishes release record eggs in Halda river

Air Quality Index: Dhaka ranks seventh worst

Only a day after showing significant improvement, Dhaka’s air quality fell again, ranking seventh worst in the Air Quality Index (AQI) on Saturday morning

Air Quality Index: Dhaka ranks seventh worst

Sundarbans curbed Amphan’s intensity, saved Dhaka

The Sundarbans acted as a formidable shield to the cyclone Amphan, cutting its speed down by 70 km per hour. This mangrove forest even lessened the height of tidal surge by 3 to 4 feet.

The Sundarbans

COVID-19 shows human health deeply connected to natural world: UN chief

The UN chief said COVID-19 -- which emanated from the wild -- has shown how human health is intimately connected with our relationship to the natural world

COVID-19 shows human health deeply connected to natural world: UN chief

Govt forms 4 bodies to assess damage in Sundarbans

The government has formed four bodies to probe the damage to the Sundarbans, caused by the cyclone Amphan that hit the coastal region on Wednesday night, reports UNB.

Govt forms 4 bodies to assess damage in Sundarbans
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