Masuk Hridoy | The Daily Star
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  • Crossing the Mediterranean: Trip doomed from start

    The motorboat used by traffickers for the journey by sea from the coast of Libya to Europe was barely capable of carrying 35 people. Yet, 75 people, including the 64 Bangladeshis, were crammed on board.
  • Bridges turns Death Trap

    Bridge turns death trap

    The Kaikyachara Bridge that connects Bijoynagar and Madhabpur upazilas has remained severely damaged for months now, causing distress to locals and hampering the movement of traffic.
  • Once a canal ran through it

    A flowing canal ran through the town of Brahmanbaria once. Now what is left of the 3.5-km-long canal is a mere stream. At places, it looks as though it is a long stretch of barren land.
  • Brahmanbaria Dried up river

    Drying of river hampers Boro farming in B'baria

    Boro cultivation on 4,000 bighas of land in six villages of Nasirnagar upazila has been facing a serious setback this year due to insufficient flow of water in the dried up Chikondiya river.
  • 2 women surrender after 39 hours

    Two suspected women militants surrender two days after law enforcers cordoned off a seven-storey building in Gangpar area of Madhabdi upazila in Narsingdi.