** Fire at building in Dhaka’s Wari doused ** People rush to village homes to spend Eid holidays with their near and dear ones. This photo was taken from Sadarghat Launch Terminal on Tuesday. NN photo ** Surge in cases of dehydration, diarrhoea amid summer heat wave ** Dozens injured as Sonar Bangla Express hits goods train in Cumilla ** Bus, pickup van collision in Dinajpur leaves 2 drivers dead, 12 injured ** Fardin’s death: Dhaka court orders further investigation by CID ** When shall these private univs move to permanent campuses? ** Bus-three wheeler collision kills 5 in Ctg’s Boalkhali ** People pay last respects to Dr Zafrullah Chowdhury at Shaheed Minar ** Tarique, Zubaida indicted in graft case ** Bangladesh’s literacy rate rises to 74 percent, poverty down by 5.6 percent: Survey ** People to pay tribute to Dr Zafrullah at Shaheed Minar tomorrow ** IMF team due in Dhaka on April 25 to discuss 2nd tranche of $4.7b loan ** Dr. Zafrullah the warrior stops, his battles will go on ** Dr Zafrullah Chowdhury no more ** We are living like the poor, paying like the rich ** US wants Bangladesh sets up strong example of free, fair elections ** Govt raises fertiliser prices by Tk 5 per kg ** US can topple govt in any country: Sheikh Hasina ** Nafiz Alam sent to jail in narcotics case ** Traders affected by the massive fire in Bangabazar in the capital set up shops on footpaths with the high hope of recouping their losses ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr. This photo was taken on Sunday. NN photo ** Temperatures feared to hit 40°C this week ** 579 people killed in motorcycle accidents in 3 months: SCRF ** 3 dead in Jamalpur after truck collides with pickup van ** Industry owners paying increased gas price, but not getting promised supply **

Readers’ Voice

13 April 2023

Save the mother earth from pollution

Pollution has emerged as a critical environmental issue across the globe, and it poses a significant threat to human health and the planet's well-being. It silently poisons the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the soil we use for agriculture. Industrialization, transportation, burning of fossil fuels, and deforestation are some of the major contributors to pollution, and they release harmful chemicals and gases into the atmosphere, leading to air pollution. Water pollution, caused by improper disposal of waste and chemicals, is equally concerning and can cause various health problems.
Pollution is not only a health hazard for humans, but it has also endangered many animal species and affected the ecological balance. The solution to this problem lies in adopting a sustainable lifestyle and reducing our dependence on nonrenewable energy sources. The government can play a critical role in this by taking strict actions against polluting industries, promoting green technologies, and investing in renewable energy sources like wind and solar power. Individuals can also contribute by making small lifestyle changes like reducing plastic usage, properly disposing of waste, using energy-efficient light bulbs, and planting more trees.
It is essential to take immediate steps to reduce pollution and protect our planet from this invisible killer. We must all take responsibility for our actions and adopt a sustainable way of life. By doing so, we can ensure a healthy future for ourselves, the animals, and the planet we call home.

Altaf Hossain

Female education

A woman who has educated cannot be exploited as easily, as she knows and is aware of her individually and rights. She will not be easily suppressed. Education of women can also help in eradicating many social evils such as dowry problems that plague all others.
The importance of women's education can help the nation for the termination of poverty from the country and other crimes toward women. If a person is educated enough, he or she may follow their goals and apply for a decent education and a healthy lifestyle.

Warisha Mahmud

Add Rate