Monipuri villages in Madhabpur and Adampur of Moulvibazar’s Kamalganj upazila have taken a festive look as their major religious festival, Rash Mela, is right around the corner.
In Moulvibazar’s Barlekha upazila, the hills keep disappearing, and everyone knows why. With nothing to do, residents are watching their surroundings fall apart with each passing day.
Due to encroachment and waste dumping, the Old Khowai river, flowing through Habiganj, has been turned into a narrow canal.
Hundreds of people from lower-income backgrounds in the haor and tea garden areas in Moulvibazar depend on the Rajnagar Upazila Health Complex for affordable medical treatment.
If one visits Patrokhola Tea Garden in Moulvibazar’s Kamalganj upazila, one will come across a serene cemetery.
Since the Duga Puja celebrations started on October 1, hundreds of people, from all walks of life, have been flocking to a particular temple in Moulvibazar town.
Among the 167 species of plants in Moulvibazar’s Lawachhara forest, two rare species of trees, known as the “African Teak Oak”, were the elements that attraction for hundreds of tourists to the forest.
South Asia’s largest wetland ecosystem, the Hakaluki haor, is currently under threat as its fish population and aquatic plants is in decline due to illegal fishing.
Hiramoni Bhumij, 30, Purnima Bhumij, 28, Radha Mahali, 40 and Shukantala Bhumij, 40.
After a 15-day work abstention, tea workers resumed work for a daily wage of Tk 170 yesterday morning.