Sundarbans

Sundarbans

Wildlife

Cheetahs are endangered in Bangladesh

Seven cheetahs have been beaten to death in the bordering districts of the northern region in 18 years.

Cheetahs are endangered in Bangladesh

Sundarbans burning again

A fire broke out again in compartment No. 24 on the eastern part of the Sundarbans

Sundarbans burning again

Take sustainable steps to protect Sundarbans

According to the Forest Department, there have been 23 fires in the last two decades. In the previous 22 fires, at least 71 acres of forest trees and shrubs have been burnt

Take sustainable steps to protect Sundarbans

Sundarbans fire: 'Extent of loss negligible'

Three units of firefighters from Sharankhola, Mongla and Bagerhat doused the fire

'Extent of loss negligible' as Sundarbans fire brought under control

Sundarbans fire yet to be doused after 24 hrs

Although 24 hours have passed, the fire in the eastern part of the Sundarbans has not yet been completely extinguished

Sundarbans fire yet to be doused after 24 hrs

Fire breaks out in Sundarbans again

Earlier on 8 February, a fire at Chandpai range of the Sundarbans East Division had burnt down at least four decimals of forestland

Fire breaks out in Sundarbans again

Father saves son from a Royal Bengal Tiger in Sundarbans

A honey gatherer has been saved from the attack of a Royal Bengal Tiger in the Satkhira part of west Sundarbans.

Father saves son from a Royal Bengal Tiger in Sundarbans

Kerry questions coal-fired power plant near Sundarbans

US president Joe Biden's special envoy for climate change, John Kerry, said that he was confused at Bangladesh’s stance concerning the Sundarbans. On the one hand it is taking steps to protect the ...

Kerry questions coal-fired power plant near Sundarbans

Tourism suspended at Sundarbans till 15 April

The Forest department has banned tourists from entering the Sundarbans till 15 April to tackle the second wave of Covid-19. However, beekeepers and fishermen will be exempt from the ban

Tourism suspended at Sundarbans till 15 April

Bangladesh-India ties

Ganga-Padma Maitri Bandhan

Active economic and security cooperation is very much in the mutual interest of both Bangladesh and India, even where it is asymmetric. The two governments must accept this proposition and work ...

Ganga-Padma Maitri Bandhan
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