The cruel practice of neoliberal profit-driven development is what has caused the flood in Bandarban.
Ramhim Lian Bawm fell in love with table tennis in his childhood, after watching a game on television. That love dragged him towards the game some eight years back, eventually seeing him becoming the first indigenous player to lift the crown in men’s singles event of the National Table Tennis Championships on Saturday.
Our country is covered with many magnificent lakes and water bodies. These lakes not only protect the natural environment, but are also mesmerising sights and wonderful places to go for recreation and contemplation. Here are top 5 must-see lakes which offer mesmerising sights, fun activities and much more.
From Sylhet to Bandarban, Bangladesh is blessed with mesmerising waterfalls. As they get lively in monsoon, the peak time to visit is between July and September. Keeping that in mind we recommend 5 must see waterfalls in Bangladesh.
The greenery of Bandarban offers an ideal escape from the monotony of urban life and is suitable for hiking. Here are some places in Bandarban that should be on every hiker's bucket list.
Although Buddhism comprises a very small percentage of the population, there are Buddhist temples and monasteries aplenty, especially due to Bengal’s rich Buddhist heritage.
People from Mro and Tripura communities in Bandarban, who were affected by the fire on Jhum land, have refused aid from the local administration as the relief was being distributed in presence of those allegedly involved in burning the gardens at Langkompara, under Bandarban’s Lama upazila.
Locals are claiming that a fire caused by the LAMA Rubber Industries on land used for jhum farming in Bandarban is now causing food and water shortage in the remote areas of Lama upazila.