Bandarban landslide | The Daily Star
  • Bandarban landslides kill four

    Four people, including a couple and their baby girl, were killed in two landslides amid heavy rain in Bandarban yesterday.

  • Hills razed for housing

    Hills are being ravaged in the south east district of Bandarban to make way for a housing project, much to the dismay of locals and environmentalists.

  • Landslide in Bandarban

    4 killed in Bandarban landslides

    Four people including a couple and their two-year old baby girl are killed in separate landslides amid heavy rain in Bandarban.

  • Forsaken, they live in danger

    Eleven years into the massive landslide in Chittagong that left 127 dead, the government is yet to rehabilitate those still vulnerable to the disaster.

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    Hill Cutting in Bandarban: 3 labourers killed in landslide

    Three labourers, including a woman, were killed in a landslide while cutting a hill to dig a drain in Ghumdhum area of Naikhongchhari upazila yesterday.

  • Latest Landslide: Rain disrupts rescue work in Bandarban

    The search and rescue operation for the four people missing in Sunday's landslide in Bandarban was disrupted by heavy rain yesterday.

  • Fresh landslide kills one in Bandarban

    A teenage girl was killed and at least four others went missing in a landslide triggered by torrential rain in Bandarban yesterday morning.

  • 1 killed, 4 missing as fresh landslide hits Bandarban

    A teenage girl is killed and at least four people are missing in a landslide triggered by torrential rain in Bandarban, police say.

  • Tourism sector suffers loss due to recent landslides: JS

    Civil Aviation and Tourism Minister Rashed Khan Menon yesterday told parliament that tourism sector has incurred a loss of Tk 40 to 45 crore due to the recent landslides in Chittagong Hill Tracts.

  • Two disasters, two countries, two peoples

    Surprisingly, “baby boomers” (born between 1946 and 1960)—the generation that took part in the Liberation War—and “millennials” (born between mid-1980s and early 2000s) of Bangladesh (both supposed to be articulated, brave, and liberal), to put it mildly, also seem to be apathetic and opportunistic, even during times of national emergencies.

  • Supplies, prices not normal yet

    Four days after deadly landslides hit Rangamati killing at least 114 people, the supply of essentials, including food, was yet to become normal yesterday. Most of the daily essentials were still selling at higher prices despite market monitoring by the district administration. However, the prices were lower than they were in previous three days.

  • Struck by twin tragedy

    In a matter of 10 days, Bikram Chakma, 47, has lost two homes and all of his belongings. After his ancestral home, where he lived with his father, was gutted in an arson attack by Bangalee settlers earlier this month, he took refuge in a Buddhist monastery while his wife and daughter continued to live in their home in Rangamati town.

  • Deadly landslide in pictures

    So far 133 people are killed in landslides in Chittagong, Rangamati and Bandarban districts followed by incessant rain caused by the depression that formed in the Bay of Bengal on Sunday.

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    Landslide in Bangladesh: Death toll jumps to 133

    At least 100 people including four army men are killed in Rangamati while 26 in Chittagong and seven in Bandarban in separate incidents of landslide after daylong rain on June 12, 2017, caused by a depression in the Bay.