Today's Gallery (2017.09.27) | The Daily Star

Today's Gallery (2017.09.27)

THROWING AWAY PUBLIC MONEY...

Workers digging a trench in the pavement of Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue in the city's Farmgate to build a footbridge. The Dhaka North City Corporation made the move barely a couple of months after it had built the concrete pavement under a Tk 8 crore project. Sources at the DNCC blamed lack of coordination between the corporation's civil engineering wing and the traffic circle for the misuse of public money. The photo was taken on Monday. Photo: Anisur Rahman

Rise High Bangladesh

As part of its campus activation programme, the export idea contest “Rise High Bangladesh” covered Brac University and Khulna University (KU) yesterday. Puzzle winners pose at Brac University. Photos: Star

Rise High Bangladesh...

Volunteers explaining to KU students the objectives, incentives and rules of participation. The campaign will be held in 15 universities all over the country. Photos: Star

Exhibition...

Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu visits a photography exhibition at the EMK Center in the capital's Dhanmondi yesterday. Earlier, he inaugurated the event titled “Many Years, Many Stories” marking the 60th anniversary of the Voice of America Bangla Service. The exhibition will remain open to public till tomorrow. pHOTO: STAR

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Workers of Dhaka North City Corporation mend a dilapidated portion of the DIT Road near Hajipara in the capital's Rampura area around noon yesterday. This busy road has been in a deplorable condition for the last couple of months. The situation deteriorated further due to a drainage development work. The Daily Star published photos of the road on Monday depicting commuters' sufferings. Photo: Palash Khan

Protest against Myanmar...

Protesting the persecution of the Rohingyas in Myanmar's Rakhine State, around 1,000 teachers, students and employees of Dhaka University (DU) under the banner of “Dhaka University Family” form a human chain on the campus yesterday. Speaking at the human chain, DU Vice Chancellor (acting) Prof Md Akhtaruzzaman said Myanmar must take back the Rohingya refugees and rehabilitate them. He also urged the UN to deploy peacekeepers in Myanmar. Photo: Star

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