Friday, July 30, 2010

Buriganga polluted near the second Buriganga Bridge

Barrels that contained industrial dyes are washed in the Buriganga River near the second Buriganga Bridge behind Sir Salimullah Medical College Hospital worsening the condition of the heavily polluted river.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

BANGLADESH

Bangladesh Formerly the east wing of Pakistan emeged as a nation in 26th March,1971.
 Background: Bangladesh came into existence 1971 when Bengali East Pakistan succeed from its union with West Pakistan. About extremely poor country floods annually during moonsoon rainy season hampering economic devlopment. Population: arround one hundred fifty million. Size: Total:1,44,000square kilometers, land 1,33,910 Kilometers, Water 10,090 square kilometers.

Impact of Climate Change in Bangladesh

  After 20 year Bangladesh will be inhabitable Country due rising sea water height and contraminated ground water and 15% of costal area will go under water. it is Impact of Climate Change in Bangladesh.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Drinking water shortage in Dhaka, Bangladesh

After 20years Bangladesh will be inhabitable country due to shortage of drinking water. Picture shows people of Badda, Dhaka, Bangladesh with emty vessels barricade Pragati Sarani demanding and end to the water crises prevailing in area.

Sunday, July 25, 2010

BANGLADESH UNBELIEVABLE

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Richsaws clog Dhanmondi Road No-1, Dhaka, Bangladesh as large
nuber of richsaw pullers flock to the capital to earn extra money ahead of the Ramadan and Eid occasion. 

Rice is the main course menu of the people of Bangladesh

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Rice is the main course menu of the people of Bangladesh. Most of the family eat rice two times a day in their
meal. Some family eat rice three times a day but Bangladesh day by day going rice shortage Country. Last two years 2009 and 2010 Bangladesh have bamper production of rice but Bangladesh have to import this year arround Six hundred thousand tonnes as because rising population and every year reducing Agriculture Land.
Bangladesh every year lost 82,000acre of Agriculture Land due to urbanization and Industrial use etc. In this process is continued within three years Bangladesh have to import two million tonnes of rice every year. with in three years another ten million popultion growth will be added with existing population and 2,40,000acres Land will be lost from agriculture production for urbanization and it will be huge pressure of Bangladesh Foreign Currency reserves. Bangladesh Foreign Currency reserves below Ten billion dollar, Second Bangladesh have Foreign debt arround 17th billion dollar. This year Bangladesh buying rice from Vietnam because Vietnam have surplus production but in 2007 is agreed to export  any rice to World Market for their own shortage. In near future Bangladesh have to find alternative way to solve this problem. IN FUTURE RICE WILL BE CONCERN FOR BANGLADESH