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Both launch masters were above 'permissible age'

Though a launch master cannot operate a water vessel if he is above 65, but the master of the launch, Morning Bird, that capsized after being hit by another in river Buriganga on 29 June, passed 70 ...

Rescue members bring bodies of victims on a boat after a passenger ferry capsized in the river Buriganga in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 29 June 2020.

Buriganga launch accident

Bring responsible ones to justice

Road, waterways—all the ways of communication have become highly unsafe for the people.

Rescue mission underway at river Buriganga on 29 June 2020.

Buriganga launch capsize death toll rises to 33

The death toll from the launch capsize in the Buriganga river climbed to 33 with the recovery of another body from the river near Shyambazar on Tuesday.

Divers trying to rescue the body of young boy from Buriganga river on 30 June, 2020.

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Former Team GB Rhythmic Gymnastic star and dancer Hannah Martin during a training session at Ouse Valley Viaduct, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Sussex, Britain, 29 June 2020.

Rescue operation resumes in Buriganga launch capsize

Rescue operation has resumed after recovery of 32 bodies following a launch capsize in the Buriganga river near Shyambazar on Monday.

Bodies of the launch capsize victims.

Man rescued after 13 hours ‘doing well’

Divers on Monday night rescued a man who survived in the water of Buriganga for nearly 13 hours after a launch-capsize incident took place there in the morning

Man rescued from sunken launch after 13 hours ‘doing well’

Launch capsize: 30 bodies recovered from Buriganga

Bodies of 30 people including eight women and three children were recovered after a launch, carrying over 150 passengers, capsized in the Buriganga river on Monday morning

Launch capsize: 30 bodies recovered from Buriganga

21 killed as launch capsizes in Buriganga

A launch with more than 50 passengers capsized in the river Buriganj in Dhaka around 9:00am on Monday.

Rescue mission underway at river Buriganga after a launch capsizes with more than 50 people onboard on 29 June 2020.

Rivers must not be ultimate destination of mask, gloves wastes

The High Court in 2019 declared the rivers as living beings, which means, the legal rights of rivers have been acknowledged. But disposal of hundreds of millions of masks and gloves in the rivers ...

Rivers must not be ultimate destination of mask, gloves wastes

Novel virus evokes novel concern for rivers

COVID-19 has increased the use of gloves and masks by the citizens significantly. During the lockdown, the solid waste management of the city corporation has become ill-efficient. Most of this used ...

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