Fall in the groundwater level as well as frequent power outages have triggered an acute water crisis in the Khulna city, causing sufferings to the city dwellers. According to managing director of Khulna WASA Md Abdullah, about 15 lakh city dwellers are being supplied with 4.9 crore litres of water against the daily
Sylhet city dwellers are in extreme woes as water crisis is going from bad to worse here with the onset of summer. Scarcity of pure drinking water amid extreme heat is making life of the townspeople unbearable and the situation is getting worse gradually.
Slum people pay 10 times more to Wasa cheats Five million poorest slum dwellers in the capital pay 1o times more than the official price of Dhaka Wasa water, said its former managing at a discussion yesterday. Bangladesh Water Integrity Network organised the discussion on transparency and integrity in water supply in Dhaka city at ... Read more
Wasa struggles to meet growing demand in summer Chittagong city will face a deeper water crisis from April when demand for water is projected to peak to a level three times the water supplying authorities are able to supply. The crisis is already unbearable with Chittagong Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (Wasa) supplying just around ... Read more
Dhaka Wasa says sudden rise in demand in Ramadan leads to shortage Acute water shortage has gripped many parts of the capital despite promises of smooth water supply from the authority during Ramadan. Residents from several areas have complained that there has been barely any water in their taps for the last few days
Most tube-wells go out of operation in March-April Jharna Tripura, 24, said she would have to wait for more than an hour to fill all the four of her pitchers with drinking water from a small shallow well at the foot of a hill in Tongthak Para – about five kilometres off the district headquarters. ... Read more
Summer is yet to set in, but the city dwellers have started going through severe water crisis following power crisis and rapid depletion of groundwater. City dwellers allege scarcity of water has hit them early this year. Apart from the scarcity, the Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (Wasa) is supplying
Dr. Aminul Islam Akanda Bangladesh is blessed with suitable soil and climate for growing rice in all three crop seasons in a year. Rice grown during summer is locally known as Aus, during monsoon as Aman and during winter as Boro. The Boro is really the improved rice variety that is cultivated in almost all ... Read more