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Today's Gallery (2017.07.30)

Rangamati-Khagrachhari link road

A man pushes his motorcycle through thick, deep mud on Rangamati-Khagrachhari link road at Moantola Hijing area yesterday. Heavy rains in the last few days have damaged the dirt road opened to light vehicles on July 16. It was closed to traffic for over a month following the landslides. Photo: Anvil Chakma

mouchak market flooded

Shopkeepers near Mouchak Market sit idle as an hour of rain flooded their store fronts. The photo was taken yesterday morning. Photo: Rashed Shumon

cables cleared

The photo taken yesterday shows the high-voltage power cables cleared of the vegetation by authorities in Bashabo near Khilgaon Flyover. The Daily Star published a picture of the cables, inset, weighed down by creepers on Thursday. Photo: SK Enamul Haq

illegal slum

Narayanganj City Corporation demolishes an illegal slum adjacent to an under construction lake with walkways in Deobhog area yesterday. At that time, a chase and counter-chase took place between the NCC workers and the slum dwellers, injuring two people. The NCC says the 20-year-old slum hindered the construction work. Around 80 percent of the project has been completed. Photo: Star

public sufferings

Pedestrians can use neither a footpath nor a road in the capital's Malibagh area. The earth dug up for drainage works has been left on the footpath, which made the road muddy, multiplying public sufferings during the monsoon. The photo was taken yesterday. Photo: Amran Hossain

malpractice

The materials used by street hawkers have been kept on the median of a road, which may cause accident anytime if those fall onto the road. Such malpractice has become a common phenomenon but the authorities apparently are not taking actions. The photo was taken in the capital's Fakirapool recently. Photo: Palash Khan

joy of catching fish

Due to the last couple of days' incessant rain, many areas in Fatullah of Narayanganj went under water. Streets were inundated, while roadside water bodies bloated up. But on the brighter side, the residents had the joy of catching fish as the excessive water resulted in fish gliding through the overflowing water and entering the ditches. Photo: Prabir Das

joy of catching fish

A local with a good catch using fishing net. The photos were taken on Friday. Photo: Prabir Das

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