Fishermen in different districts including Chandpur are preparing their fishing nets and trawlers to start catching hilsa in the rivers after 12 am
A two-month government ban on hilsa catching, selling, hoarding and transporting began Tuesday, with a view to boosting its production
The government has imposed a ban on catching, selling, hoarding and transporting of hilsa for two months from 1 March in order to increase production, according to a handout issued on Monday
Fisheries and livestock minister SM Rezaul Karim on Friday said country’s Hilsa production has marked a significant rise to 550,000 tonnes due to time befitting measures undertaken by the government
A naval police team during an overnight drive arrested 31 fishermen along with boats, 75 kgs of mother Hilsa and 5.5 million meters current nets from the Padma and Meghna rivers for defying the ...
The government has imposed a ban on hilsa catching, selling, transporting and hoarding for the next 22 days from midnight tonight to protect mother hilsa for ensuring safe breeding
Catching hilsa will be banned for 22 days from 4 October to 25 October as it is the main breeding season of this year
The fishing community along the coastal belt prepared their trawlers after the ban was lifted. But they could not sail to the estuaries and deep sea because the sea remained rough for 10 days
The country is going to receive a total of 550,000 tonnes of hilsa this year as the production is steadily increasing for years
Bangladesh ranks at the top in world hilsa production and jute export, second in RMG export and third in vegetable production. It stands among the world's top 10 in 13 different areas
A two-month government ban on catching, selling and transporting hilsa began on Sunday midnight with a view to boost its production
Fishermen living in the coastal areas of Bangladesh have the biggest contribution in hauling in fish resources, hilsa, in particular.
Fisheries and livestock minister SM Rezaul Karim has said no one will be allowed to catch mother hilsa during the hilsa ban which starts from 14 October.
Padma's hilsa is almost proverbially known as the tastiest of hilsa to be found, but a group of scientists have found that the hilsa from Meghna is best in both taste and nutrition.
The planning minister said prime minister Sheikh Hasina in the meeting asked the authorities concerned to motivate fish farming in cages in the water side by side ensuring necessary training, cash ...