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Dhaka, Apr 25 (bdnews24.com) The High Court has directed the authorities to stop within 24 hours the unauthorised construction work of Destiny Group in Cox's Bazar district...The rights organisation pressed the petition following a report published
Dhaka, Mar 21 (bdnews24.com) In a daylong special drive, the Department of Environment (DoE) has recovered as much as 310 acres of government land at Sonadia Island. A DoE team led by director (enforcement) Munir Chowdhury on Monday also fined three
Different government bodies, armed forces, political high-ups and local influential people already illegally constructed hotels, rest houses, restaurants, coffee shops, and gift shops on and along the beach. Many encroachers put up signboards saying
According to the DoE, Hotel Blue Marine, Carey Limited and Major (retd) Sohel Rana were "building illegal structures and boundary walls, digging wells and grinding stones" in Coral Preservation Zones of the island and were penalised for their actions.
The Department of Environment imposed the fine during a drive conducted by its Monitoring and Enforcement wing. The DoE fined Ayesha Enterprise Tk 10 lakh, Ma Moni Enterprise Tk 2 lakh and Mama Bhagne Enterprise Tk 3 lakh. Meanwhile, the government
Moinul Hoque Chowdhury Dhaka Oct 18 (bdnews24.com) Tourists may be banned from staying in St Martin's Island overnight. In a bid to restrict visitors to protect the natural habitat of this coral island off the south-eastern tip of Bangladesh, the
The forest is losing its beauty and economic prospects due to the man-made and natural disasters, they said. According to estimation the Sundarbans is home to 425 species of wildlife, including 300 species of birds and 42 species of mammals, as well
C Staff Correspondent The High Court (HC) yesterday declared valid a government decision cancelling lease of 55 plots in an ecologically critical area in Cox's Bazar . An HC bench comprised of Justice Md Mamtaz Uddin Ahmed and Justice Naima Haider
Updated on Wednesday, December 30, 2009, 10:55 IST Dhaka: Bangladesh has ordered a building freeze on its lone coral island in a bid to save its wildlife and natural beauty from a boom in construction fuelled by tourism, its environment minister
BSS, Dhaka The government has declared four rivers surrounding Dhaka City as Ecologically Critical Areas (ECA) as part of the plan to protect the rivers from encroachment as well as conservation of the biodiversity of the ancient water courses.