DSCC Mayor Fazle Noor Taposh talks about the current state of playground and parks, tree felling for development, and the importance of public opinion in designing projects.
Life for those who are planning to get married in the southern side of Dhaka city is about to get a little more difficult than it usually is.
Around 200 people, protesting Dhaka South City Corporation's move to cut down trees on the capital's Saat Masjid Road, gathered in Bangabazar intersection after police stopped them from marching to Nagar Bhaban around noon today
City life comes with rapid change. But for the residents of Dhanmondi what didn’t change for long were the trees and plants on the median of Saat Masjid Road. Bursting with blossoms in spring and summer, the krishnachuras and the radhachuras, among other trees, became a part of their lives.
The mayor claimed that no one is facing harassment now in the Nagar Bhaban and regional offices of the city corporation
Dhaka South City Corporation is cutting trees in the name of infrastructure development and beautification works at Saat Masjid Road in Dhanmondi, amid the existing scarcity of greenery in the capital.
The Bus Route Rationalization Committee (BRCC) has decided to introduce 200 more buses on three new routes in Dhaka from September 1.
A woman died after a garbage truck of Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) hit her at Mugda in Dhaka last night.
Ward 53 of Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) covers most parts of East Jurain’s Muradpur area. According to the 2011 census, more than 27,000 people live in this ward which, according to them, has become probably the worst place to live in Dhaka.