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January 28, 2017 Shykh Seraj Comments Off on A sojourn in the land of hilsa

A sojourn in the land of hilsa

The popular fish regains abundance after government steps to save jatka

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January 12, 2017 Shykh Seraj Comments Off on Date palm juice, patali gur on decline

Date palm juice, patali gur on decline

The traditional six seasons of Bangladesh are losing their distinctive features in course of time. Now it’s January, the middle of winter. Along with foggy weather, a little cold is felt in the country’s rural areas, but the people of the mega cities can hardly feel it, thanks to the climatic changes impacted by global warming. Continue Reading

Young entrepreneur shows the way

Innovative and hard working Babul has made 10-acre bottle gourd farm at Hatiber jungle in Mymensingh’s Bhaluka

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Artificial insemination boosts livestock output

Livestock sector has an immense role in ensuring food security, nutrition and overall socio-economic development. Its contribution to the GDP is 2.51% and the growth is 3.39%. Even after facing many difficult barriers, livestock sector is moving ahead. Continue Reading

Efforts on to check wheat blast ahead of next season

Wheat fields in the country’s eight southern districts were affected with ‘wheat blast’, a disease caused by fungus, in February this year. There was no option but to burn all the affected wheat fields. Continue Reading

Belgian Blue can meet demand for cow meat

The day was the 7th of June, 2016 when I arrived in the country of glass. But glass was not my concern. I wanted to see something related to my work. I will try to pass on to the readers my curiosity for visiting the ‘glass-country’. Continue Reading

February 17, 2016 Shykh Seraj Comments Off on Malta cultivation sees success in Pirojpur

Malta cultivation sees success in Pirojpur

The southern region of Bangladesh is blessed with fertile soil and abundant water. Farmers there are trying out diversified high value crops. Continue Reading

January 21, 2016 Shykh Seraj Comments Off on An unlikely patch of green in a grey mega city

An unlikely patch of green in a grey mega city

Sufia Akhter Jahan is passionate about her garden. Vegetables, fruits and herbs, she knows when each variety is thirsty or needs attention. She talks to the plants, sometimes gently strokes them to encourage growth. Continue Reading

January 14, 2015 Shykh Seraj Comments Off on Growth of imports shake tea gardens of northern Bangladesh

Growth of imports shake tea gardens of northern Bangladesh

Tea cultivation growing rapidly, but facing falling market prices. Continue Reading

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