In March 2011 the Government of Bangladesh, through the Disaster Manage
The north eastern and northern districts including Sylhet, Moulavibazar, Sunamganj, Habiganj, Netrokona, Kurigram, Gaibandha, Lalmonirhat of Bangladesh have been inundated due to heavy downpour and
Heavy rains caused floods and landslides in southeast Bangladesh, killing at least 58 people.
The nor'wester that played havoc in eastern India on the night of 14 April 2010 also hit border districts of Dinajpur, Rangpur, Nilphamari, Lalmonirhat, Kurigram in Bangladesh.
Areas affected by Cyclone Aila have been hit by flooding and swollen rivers due to high tides. Over 45,000 are marooned, 28 villages inundated.
Image shows anomalies in rainfall between July 14 and July 20, 2009. Most of India and Bangladesh are brown, showing that less rain fell than average during the week.
Torrential rains triggered landslides and flash floods killing six people and stranding half a million in their homes.
Bangladesh evacuated 400,000 people to emergency shelters on the southwestern coast as a cyclone hit the country, as well as neighbouring India, on 25 May.
Cyclone Bijli cyclone battered the Bangladesh coast with heavy rain and winds of up to 100 kph (62 mph) on Friday, forcing the storm-prone country to evacuate thousands of people.
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