Sri Lanka's Disaster Management Centre (DMC) says the death toll from the adverse weather that swept the south western part of the country now stands at 52.
Nineteen more peacocks reportedly died in different villages in Diplo taluka on Wednesday which appeared to have died of the highly contagious Newcastle disease, raising the death toll to 41 since
The government has earmarked Rs 169,165.425 million for power sector in the Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) for the year 2013-14 for ongoing and new projects.
The government has earmarked Rs 58.762 million for climate change Division in Public Sector Development Program (PSDP) for the year 2013-14 including 37.862 million for on-going schemes and Rs 20.9
Two more children died of measles on Wednesday raising total number of deaths to 151 in the province during the last six months.
Directorate of Environment (DoE) on Wednesday realised a fine of Tk.
Environment and Forest Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud informed the House on Tuesday that Taka 53.79 crore was realized as fines from 423 mills and factories during the four and a half years of the presen
The Open Defecation Free Campaign, launched with the objective of declaring the district as open defecation free district by 2014, has now been expedited.
The death toll from Saturday’s monsoon storm rose to 58, as more bodies of fishermen, who had set out to sea, were washed ashore in the last two days, the Disaster Management Centre (DMC) said yest
Tharparkar peafowl are under threat as the Newcastle disease has returned to the district and killed 22 peafowl within two weeks while many others are inflicted with the disease, Dawn has learnt.
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