Dipankar Roy

Unpaved for 50 years

The 14-kilometre-long Bajua-Podderganj road of Bangladesh Water Development Board in Khulna’s Dacope upazila has been connecting around 8,000 people across several villages in the upazila for around half a century.

1d ago

Abandoned hostels, unbound sufferings

An eerie silence prevails on the once bustling campus of Khulna Polytechnic Institute as its four dormitories have been lying abandoned for 15 years.

5d ago

Khulna city waterlogged after 55mm rain in 3hrs

A torrential downpour lasting around three hours this morning left most roads and low-lying areas of Khulna city submerged, causing significant suffering for residents

5d ago

Aman farmers worry over lack of rain

Paddy farmers in Khulna division are worried as a lack of rainfall on the onset of Aman season threatens to adversely affect cultivation.

1w ago

Coastal women and their woeful walk for water

At the break of dawn, women of all ages -- daughters, mothers, homemakers -- set out in search for safe drinking water.

2w ago

Illegal housing mushrooms

As many as 153 housing projects have sprung up illegally in Khulna and its adjoining areas without approval from the city’s development authority and the Department of Environment.

3w ago

275-year-old temple on verge of ruin

A 275-year-old Jor Bangla temple, located in Khulna city’s Maheshwarpasha area, is on the verge of collapse.

3w ago

Dev projects, dust pollution go hand in hand in Khulna

Khulna city residents are suffering immensely as dust pollution has taken an alarming turn over the last couple of years due to several ongoing development projects.

1m ago
July 17, 2024
July 17, 2024

Unpaved for 50 years

The 14-kilometre-long Bajua-Podderganj road of Bangladesh Water Development Board in Khulna’s Dacope upazila has been connecting around 8,000 people across several villages in the upazila for around half a century.

July 13, 2024
July 13, 2024

Abandoned hostels, unbound sufferings

An eerie silence prevails on the once bustling campus of Khulna Polytechnic Institute as its four dormitories have been lying abandoned for 15 years.

July 12, 2024
July 12, 2024

Khulna city waterlogged after 55mm rain in 3hrs

A torrential downpour lasting around three hours this morning left most roads and low-lying areas of Khulna city submerged, causing significant suffering for residents

July 6, 2024
July 6, 2024

Aman farmers worry over lack of rain

Paddy farmers in Khulna division are worried as a lack of rainfall on the onset of Aman season threatens to adversely affect cultivation.

June 29, 2024
June 29, 2024

Coastal women and their woeful walk for water

At the break of dawn, women of all ages -- daughters, mothers, homemakers -- set out in search for safe drinking water.

June 25, 2024
June 25, 2024

Illegal housing mushrooms

As many as 153 housing projects have sprung up illegally in Khulna and its adjoining areas without approval from the city’s development authority and the Department of Environment.

June 24, 2024
June 24, 2024

275-year-old temple on verge of ruin

A 275-year-old Jor Bangla temple, located in Khulna city’s Maheshwarpasha area, is on the verge of collapse.

June 15, 2024
June 15, 2024

The forgotten female footballers of Khulna

Wearing shorts and playing football -- these reasons were enough for some locals to attack under-17 female footballers of Super Queen Football Academy at Tentultala village in Khulna in July last year.

June 15, 2024
June 15, 2024

Dev projects, dust pollution go hand in hand in Khulna

Khulna city residents are suffering immensely as dust pollution has taken an alarming turn over the last couple of years due to several ongoing development projects.

June 9, 2024
June 9, 2024

Of damaged dams and sleepless nights

Displacement fear looms over thousands living in 5 unions of Khulna’s Koyra

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