Natural Disaster in Bangladesh

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A natural disaster is the effect of a natural hazard. Bangladesh, a country in southern Asia that is home to 140 million people, is widely known as a land of natural disasters. It is highly vulnerable to floods, famine, drought, earthquake, cyclones, and river erosions. Due to the effects of these disasters, the country is now permanently in distress. These disasters have become regular phenomena and have been causing suffering to millions of residents for many decades. Natural Disasters are occurring every year in our country. And so found to suffering in it. In Bangladesh Natural Disasters can be of many different kinds, but We suffer most, Some of this like floods, cyclones, earthquake and river erosions. The similarity in all is their massive destruction in the area of their occurrence. In the wake of all these, in one sweep there is complete devastation and destruction, due to which normal life comes to a standstill. Loss of life is well high complete, and belongings of people get lost, blown away or swept away. In Bangladesh we depends on the annual rainfall for our source of water, if there is no rain, for the water supply, the obvious famine comes in its wake. This condition of getting no rain is called drought, and with it, as its automatic corollary comes famine. For with the scarcity of water there is no vegetation and food scarcity follows. The crops get burnt up with heat, the earth gets parched for water, and all life comes in End. Just the opposite condition occurs when there is a flood. A flood is another from of a natural Disaster. High rise buildings start as if floating in water, men, livestock, and materials get an opportunity of floating, swimming and even drowning. If this flood is accompanied with a storm then there is no panacea for the sufferers. With the impact of the strong breeze, trees get uprooted and there appears no hope for the survival of life. A flood is an overflow of an expanse of water that submerges land. The EU Floods...
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