Bangabhaban – Office of President of Bangladesh

The Official Residence-cum-Office of the Honorable President of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. ‘Bangabhaban’ means the “Edifice of Bengal’ or ‘House of Bengal’. The website provides an overview of the past history, glory and heritage associated with Bangabhaban.The history part of the site enumerates this overview going through the passage of time dating back and… Read More Bangabhaban – Office of President of Bangladesh

Economic Profile of #Bangladesh

Growth in Bangladesh in Fiscal Year 2016 (ended 30 June 2016) exceeded expectations, aided by revived exports and sustained domestic consumption. Inflation was lower than projected, while larger exports and modest imports kept the current account in a larger surplus. In recent years, the economy of Bangladesh has been taking a extensive turn . Bangladesh’s economy… Read More Economic Profile of #Bangladesh

Major Cyclonic Storms from 1960 to 2010 in Bangladesh Which Caused Huge Loss of lives & properties

    Major Cyclonic Storms from 1960 to 2010 Which Caused Huge Loss of lives & properties   Damage Date Landfall Place Max- Wind Speed Tidal Surge Height 11.10.60 Chitagong 160 15 People Killed = 3000 31.10.60 Chitagong 193 20 People Killed = 5149 70% buildings in Hatiya blown off, 2 large Ocean liners thrown… Read More Major Cyclonic Storms from 1960 to 2010 in Bangladesh Which Caused Huge Loss of lives & properties

Historical floods and its damage records : Bangladesh

Yea Location Damage 1781 Western part of sylhet district. 1786 Meghna 1794 Gumti 1822 Bakerganj division and Patuakhali subdivision, 39,940 people died; 19,000 cattle perished 1825 Bakerganj and adjoining regions 1838 Rajshahi and a number of other districts Heavy rainfall caused extensive inundation at Rajshahi, 1853 West of Sylhet district 1864 The greater part of… Read More Historical floods and its damage records : Bangladesh

List of all Earthquake in Bangladesh and its border area from 1500 AD

  Status of earthquakes Bangladesh is surrounded by the regions of high seismicity which include the Himalayan Arc and shillong plateau in the north, the Burmese Arc, Arakan Yoma anticlinorium in the east and complex Naga-Disang-Jaflong thrust zones in the northeast. It is also the site of the Dauki Fault system along with numerous subsurface… Read More List of all Earthquake in Bangladesh and its border area from 1500 AD