(EAST BENGAL ACT NO. XVIII OF 1950).
An Act to provide for the protection and conservation of fish in 1[ Bangladesh].
WHEREAS it is expedient to provide for the protection and conservation of fishes in 2[ Bangladesh];
It is hereby enacted as follows:-
Short title, extent and commencement
1. (1) This Act may be called the 3[ * * *]…read more
Bangladesh is a country of submerged with numerous wetlands. This is the blessing of nature that enriches the country with a rich aquatic biodiversity. About 265 Freshwater fish species are inhabitant in the water bodies of Bangladesh (Rahman, 2005), among which about 200 species are of small fishes (SIS fishes). According to IUCN Bangladesh (2000), Fifty four species are endangered. Such issues are occurring due to natural and man-made disturbance …read more
Hilsa shad: The national fish of Bangladesh
Jatka conservation week, 2013 has begun on 26 February, 2013 aiming at creating awareness of preserving jatka for boosting Hilsa production. It is organized by the Department of Fisheries (DoF) under the Ministry of Fisheries and …read more
South Asian conference on “Natural resource conservation in the developing countries under the changing climate” will be held in the Rajshahi University (28-29 February 2012) and Khulna University (01 March 2012) Campuses (Bangladesh) followed by an Excursion (02 – 04 March 2012) to the World Largest Mangrove Forest (Sundarbans) under the DelPHE R 4 Project. Conference Background
A project entitled, Capacity building to address climate change …read more