S Dilip Roy | The Daily Star
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  • Floating Aman seedbeds to meet urgent need

    Many farmers have prepared floating Aman seedbeds in small water bodies for using them during an emergency as they faced saplings crisis after the floods last year.
  • Koel farming makes him solvent

    Shafiul Alam Sarker of Mostofi Gobdha village in Kurigram's Rajarhat upazila has set a laudable example of self-employment through koel farming alongside inspiring others to follow suit.
  • Thousands marooned by flood

    Over twenty thousand people at 40 villages in chars and river basins in five upazilas were marooned by flash flood caused by rise in the water levels of the Teesta and Dharla rivers yesterday.
  • Tea farming in plainland

    A chartered accountant of Dulali village in Bhelabari union under Aditmari upazila is encouraging farmers to cultivate tea instead of tobacco on their fields in the plainland by cultivating tea himself and earning good profit.
  • A noble initiative

    Residents of Dhubni village in the Teesta river basin area of Hatibandha upazila rebuilt a collapsed dyke with their own efforts and funds and assistance from the local administration as the district Water Development Board (WDB) did not any steps to build the collapsed dyke.