March 22, 2022

  • Women and children return home with drinking water collected from a deep tube well set up by an NGO in Datinakhali village of Satkhira's Shyamnagar Upazila. Climate change has driven up the salinity level in the coastal area and the drinking water crisis continues to worsen. Locals are forced to walk more than four kilometres to fetch drinking water as a result. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

    Women and children return home with drinking water collected from a deep tube well set up by an NGO in Datinakhali village of Satkhira's Shyamnagar Upazila. Climate change has driven up the salinity level in the coastal area and the drinking water crisis continues to worsen. Locals are forced to walk more than four kilometres to fetch drinking water as a result. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

  • Members of a family are digging a pond to conserve rainwater in a village in Gabura Union of Satkhira's Shyamnagar Upazila. The region has been struggling with a drinking water crisis since being flooded with saltwater in 2009 due to cyclone Aila. Thirteen years on, the residents are still relying on rainwater to meet their drinking needs for a large part of the year. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

    Members of a family are digging a pond to conserve rainwater in a village in Gabura Union of Satkhira's Shyamnagar Upazila. The region has been struggling with a drinking water crisis since being flooded with saltwater in 2009 due to cyclone Aila. Thirteen years on, the residents are still relying on rainwater to meet their drinking needs for a large part of the year. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

  • Members of a family are digging a pond to conserve rainwater in a village in Gabura Union of Satkhira's Shyamnagar Upazila. The region has been struggling with a drinking water crisis since being flooded with saltwater in 2009 due to cyclone Aila. Thirteen years on, the residents are still relying on rainwater to meet their drinking needs for a large part of the year. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

    Members of a family are digging a pond to conserve rainwater in a village in Gabura Union of Satkhira's Shyamnagar Upazila. The region has been struggling with a drinking water crisis since being flooded with saltwater in 2009 due to cyclone Aila. Thirteen years on, the residents are still relying on rainwater to meet their drinking needs for a large part of the year. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

  • The Rapid Action Battalion briefed the media about a group that sold forged papers, such as NIDs and driving licences particularly to motorcyclists, on Tuesday, Mar 22, 2022, a day after arresting five members of the gang.

    The Rapid Action Battalion briefed the media about a group that sold forged papers, such as NIDs and driving licences particularly to motorcyclists, on Tuesday, Mar 22, 2022, a day after arresting five members of the gang.

  • The Rapid Action Battalion briefed the media about a group that sold forged papers, such as NIDs and driving licences particularly to motorcyclists, on Tuesday, Mar 22, 2022, a day after arresting five members of the gang.

    The Rapid Action Battalion briefed the media about a group that sold forged papers, such as NIDs and driving licences particularly to motorcyclists, on Tuesday, Mar 22, 2022, a day after arresting five members of the gang.