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Today's Gallery (2017.07.19)

Summer fruits on way...

Farmers carrying a boatload of bananas to Bonorupa Bazar in Rangamati for sale. People in different upazilas of the hill district grow summer fruits like mango, jackfruit, banana, pineapple and litchi for sale. The photo was taken at Rangamati Lake recently. Photo: Prabir Das

Study getting over-burdened!

Some of the guardians also take pictures of the notes taken by other students in case their kids missed anything. This has become an everyday scenario in front of many schools in the port city. But amid all these anxiousness, no one seemed to remember that education should be a mixture of learning and fun, especially for shaping young minds already over-burdened with study. The photo taken in front of a school in Jamal Khan area recently. Photo: Anurup Kanti Das

Study getting over-burdened!

At first glance it might look like a queue of guardians to take their children home after school. But it is actually a gathering of anxious parents for making sure that the children were able to jot down everything taught in the classes. Photo: Anurup Kanti Das

Awareness to prevent mosquito diseases...

Dhaka North City Corporation Mayor Annisul Huq distributes leaflets among residents as part of their awareness programme about controlling Aedes mosquitoes that transmit viral diseases like chikungunya and dengue. The photo was taken in the capital's Mohammadpur Town Hall area yesterday. Photo: Collected

Sewerage work hampers traffic movement

The earth dug up for sewerage work remains on a large portion of a road in the capital's Nayapaltan area, hampering movement of vehicles. The photo was taken on Sunday. Photo: Rashed Shumon

Open Hole!

A stick next to an open hole on a road near the capital's Central Shaheed Minar stands as a warning to approaching vehicles. This busy road leads to the emergency unit of Dhaka Medical College Hospital. The government bodies concerned recently renovated the drainage system but did not bother to put a slab to cover the hole. The photo was taken yesterday. Photo: Prabir Das

MOU Signing...

Aloke Kumar Saha, head of computer science and engineering department of the University of Asia Pacific (UAP), and Tsugunobu Ogino, president and CEO of KJS Company Ltd, Japan, at the signing ceremony of a memorandum of understanding between the institutions at UAP on Monday. The university's Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Jamilur Reza Choudhury, among others, was present. Photo: Collected

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