The death toll in the cyclonic storm 'Mahasen' that battered Bangladesh's southwestern coastlines climbed to 46 yesterday as bodies of nine children were pulled out from the Bay of Bengal.
At least 10 people were killed and over 170 others injured as nor’wester lashed Khulna, Bagerhat and Barguna districts early hours of Thursday, reports UNB.
Cyclonic storms accompanied by lightning and rain continued to create havoc in Tripura for the fifth day on Thursday, killing seven people, including five women and injuring 20 others, an official
At least six persons, including three children, died in the remote Kurung Kumey district due to flash floods, triggered by incessant rain for the past few days, officials said on Monday.
The cyclone warning dissemination system (CWDS) at Ripon Buildings is being upgraded to work on direct-to-home (DTH) based equipment.
Three children died while four persons sustained severe injuries as a tornado wreaked havoc in Bahanaga area of Balasore district on Friday.
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said Thursday that the year 2012 was the ninth warmest on record despite the cooling influence of a La Nina episode early in the year.
A youth was killed and 35 others injured as a nor'wester hit at Daulatpur upazila of the district on Monday night.
Speakers at a meeting of national coordination body of the Mangroves for Future (MFF) programme on Thursday called for protection and conservation of mangrove forests which, they said, played a vit
India's disaster relief agency suffers from "critical gaps" in its preparedness for calamities, making it largely ineffective when responding to the numerous disasters the country faces such as flo
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