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Up to 150 feared dead in floods as Himalayan glacier breaks

As many as 150 people were feared dead in northern India after a Himalayan glacier broke and swept away a hydroelectric dam on Sunday, with floods forcing the evacuation of villages downstream

This handout photo taken on 7 February, 2021 and released by the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) shows onlookers and members of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) during a rescue operation after a broken glacier caused a major river surge that swept away bridges and roads, at Reni village in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand

Climate change

Unpredictable weather the year round

The impact of La Nina is being felt in Bangladesh. Increased rainfall and early floods are predicted

Last year Cyclone Amphan hit the coast of Bangladesh. This year such cyclones are unlikely in the country, though rainfall may increase

Heavy rains kill 30 in southern India

At least 30 people have been killed because of sudden torrential rains and flooding in southern India, officials said Thursday

A partially submerged house is seen at the flood-affected Mayong village in Morigaon district, in the northeastern state of Assam, India, 29 June 2020.

5th phase flood leaves 60,000 people marooned in Kurigram

The fifth phase of flood in the year in Kurigram has marooned around 60,000 people, according to the UP chairmen of the flood-hit areas

Fifth phase flood leaves around 60,000 people marooned in Kurigram

50,000 people marooned in Kurigram

Rainfall in recent days and water from the upstream have caused Teesta, Dharla and Brahmaputra rivers to burst their banks and inundate new char areas in Kurigram, leaving around 50,000 people ...

50,000 people marooned in Kurigram

Upstream water, rain trigger floods in Lalmonirhat, Kurigram

Floods triggered by onrush of water from the upstream and heavy rains have inundated low-lying areas in different upazilas of Lalmonirhat and Kurigram districts, rendering several thousand people ...

Flood situation worsens in Kurigram as Dharla river overflowing

Market won’t face any crisis of onion: Commerce secretary

Commerce secretary said India has been requested to withdraw the ban on onion exports while initiatives have been taken to import onion from alterative markets

Onion price to remain logical, hopes commerce secretary

'Wild weather this year shows growing impact of climate change'

With some of the deadliest storms in recent history churning through the Bay of Bengal before slamming into India or Bangladesh.

People play in the water on the record heat wave, amid the global outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Santa Monica, California, US, 6 September 2020.

Increase ‘determined contributions’ to combat climate change: PM Hasina

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina along with GCA chair and former UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon jointly opened the GCA regional office in Bangladesh virtually

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina along with GCA chair and former UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon jointly opened the GCA regional office in Bangladesh virtually on 8 September 2020

Flood, erosion leave 500 families homeless in Kurigram

Some 500 families of Mohanganj union of Char Rajibpur upazila have been rendered homeless and many families are living under open sky due to erosion and flood in the district in the last three months

Flood, erosion leave 500 families homeless in Kurigram
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