There are plentiful cases of land-grabbing and violence for control over new char or khas land in the country.
International support for the Rohingya people is diminishing by the day.
Displacement due to river erosion is an entirely different story.
China's latest move to advance repatriation still falls short of addressing the Rohingya citizenship issue which is central to the crisis.
It is neither possible nor desirable to eliminate flooding completely, for floods are intricately linked to the very survival of people in this delta country.
The improved transport network has now reduced the hauling time of vehicles and enhanced economic activity, boosting the national GDP, according to one estimate, to roughly one percent annually.
A pilot project to repatriate over 1,100 Rohingya refugees is now in discussion between Bangladesh and Myanmar, negotiated by China.