Journal of Science Foundation – Vol 8 No 1-2


India has built barrages on 17 more rivers in the east and northeast border with Bangladesh. Most of these dams and embankments act as the main barrier to flow water towards downstream like Bangladesh. As a result the rivers of Bangladesh that comes from India are falling in crisis of proper water. A study showed about 30 rivers of north-western part of Bangladesh gets very few water only due to dams and embankment made by India at the upstream of those rivers. Such massive water control projects of India are clearly a threat for a state that lies down of those. Unfortunately, and often ironically, national leaders of our country prefer to negotiate this sensitive matter rather than to make a strong protect of this inhuman and unethical activities. What is more astonishing news is that some time our state policy makers like to keep silent and avoid about it. India is always ready to controlling nature to serve economic development rather than addressing issues of trans-boundary and socio-environmental responsibilities. In fact, Indian plan to divert the water of Frontier Rivers is increasing at an alarming rate for Bangladesh. Here one thing is mentionable that is this types of project even harmful for India also. And peoples of north western state of India are in against of such harmful and high ambitious unnecessary project. Some time they also make a protest against it. Recently China and India are going to establish a large dam at the up Stream of Brahmaputra River. It would impair Indias own plan to link approximately thirty of its own rivers, a project that is bound to affect the downstream riparian state of Bangladesh. As a result drastic fall in the water flow of Teesta during the lean season, especially in February and March will occur in more frequent and will seriously hampers irrigation in Bangladesh. Such international trans-boundary river development projects raise many important issues. They never consider the impact that will impose upon the down stream part like Bangladesh.

J. Sci. Foundation, 8(1&2): 1-12, June-December 2010

Establishment of Dams and Embankments of Frontier River of North East Part of India: Impact on North-Western Region of Bangladesh 1-11
MM Rahman, MR Rahman, M Asaduzzaman
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Study of Management and Production System of Small Scale Dairy Farm in a Selective Rural Area of Bangladesh
ABMKI Khan, MA Baset, SK Fouzder 13-21
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A Comparative Economic Analysis of Local Breed and Cross Breed Milk Cow in a Selected Area of Bangladesh
RK Mondal, S Sen, SJ Rayhan 23-29
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A Study on the Performance of Exotic and Indigenous Chicken under Scavenging Method
ABMKI Khan, MB Uddin, J Alam, MA Baset 31-34
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Ecology of Sundarban, Bangladesh
MR Rahman, M Asaduzzaman 35-47
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Agro-Climatic Characterization of Two Selected Stations in the Southern West Bengal, India Saon Banerjee, Asis Mukherj, Apurba Mukhopadhayal, B Saikia, S Bandyaopadhaya, Sudeep Chatterjee 49-54
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Impact of Riverbank Erosion Hazard in the Jamuna Floodplain Areas in Bangladesh
MR Rahman 55-65
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Urban Environmental Health in Bangladesh Slum: A Comparative Study of Two Metropolitan Cities
MA Hossain, M Moniruzzaman, MA Islam 66-76
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Weather Sensitivity of Downy Mildew and Alternaria Blight of Mustard in the Gangetic West Bengal, India
S Banerjee, I Bhattacharya, SA Khan, AKS Huda 77-81
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Investigation of Static Laterally Loaded Pile in Layered Sandy Soil
SMH Uddin, MN Islam 83-88
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Comparison between Public and Private Pay Structures in Bangladesh
N Sultana, PC Modak 89-96
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Evaluation of Milk Urea Nitrogen of Dairy Cows Reared Under Different Feed Bases in the Different Seasons
MA Baset, KS Huque, NR Sarker, MM Hossain, MN Islam 97-110
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Role of Fruits on Public Health
M Asaduzzaman, MA Islam, MM Islam 111-118
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Effect of Freezing Time on the Nutritional Value of Mystus gulio (Nuna tengra), Mystus tengra (Bazari tengra) and Mystus cavasius (Ghulsha tengra)
MN Siddiqui, PK Biswas, S Ray, MJ Hasan, MF Reza 119-122
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Morphological Characterization of Isolates of Phomopsis vexans of Bangladesh
MM Islam, M Asaduzzaman, ME Hoque, MB Meah 123-130
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Molecular Characterization of Phomopsis vexans Isolates of Eggplant of Bangladesh
MM Islam, M Asaduzzaman, MB Meah 131-140
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Effect of Trichoderma on Seed Germination and Seedling Parameters of Chili
M Asaduzzaman, MJ Alam, MM Islam 141-150
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The Aggression of Human Activities on Chalanbeel a Threat on Wetland Environment: Study on Natore – Rajshahi Region of Bangladesh
MM Rahman, MR Rahman, M Asaduzzaman 151-159
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The Complementary Roles of Information and Communication Technology in Bangladesh Agriculture
MA Kashem, MAA Faroque, GMF Ahmed, SE Bilkas 161-169
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