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Water levels continue to rise in all 16 Kurigram rivers The water level of all the 16 rivers in Kurigram, including Brahmaputra, Teesta, Dharla, Teesta and Dudhkumar, is continuing to ...
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Minor boy drowns in KurigramA two-year-old boy drowned in a ditch in Phulbari upazila of Kurigram district on Friday afternoon.Deceased Arman was the son ...
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Case filed over assault on BGB men in KurigramSix members of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) were assaulted by cattle traders in Bhurungamari upazila of Kurigram on Wednesday morning.A ...
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Kurigram AL distributes relief among 600 flood-hit familiesKurigram District Awami League has distributed relief items among more than 600 flood-hit families.The district AL general secretary Aman Uddin ...
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Army provides relief items to 300 flood-hit people in KurigramKURIGRAM, July 6: The 66th Infantry Division of Bangladesh Army distributed relief goods among 300 flood-affected people in the district.72, ...
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Flood situation improves slightly in KurigramThe overall flood situation in Kurigram is slightly improved as the water level of the rivers—Brahmaputra and Dharla—are declining.According Water ...
Kurigram flood subsides but public sufferings intensifyAlthough the flood situation in Kurigram district has improved a little bit, the sufferings of people have intensified for lack ...
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Flood-hit people in dire need of relief in Kurigram, water recedingThousands of marooned people in Kurigram district who have been going through coronavirus pandemic, and flood appears as a major ...
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No relief for flood-hit Kurigram people as Dharla, Brahmaputra swellNo respite for thousands of chars and low-lying inhabitants in Kurigram district as water level of the rivers Dharla and ...
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Army provides relief items to 300 flood-hit people in KurigramThe 66th Infantry Division of Bangladesh Army has distributed relief goods among flood-affected people in Kurigram district.72, 30 Brigade of ...
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5 lakh marooned in Jamalpur, KurigramAt least five lakh people were marooned and many low-lying areas have been submerged in two districts-  Jamalpur and Kurigram. ...
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River erosion, scanty relief bring more sufferings to Kurigram people The water levels in the rivers Dharla and Brahmaputra are increasing as the flood situation remains unchanged in Kurigram district.According ...
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