Today's Gallery (2017.10.24) | The Daily Star

Today's Gallery (2017.10.24)

HILSA GLUT

A trader shows a hilsa at the wholesale market on Port Road in Barisal yesterday. As the 22-day ban on hilsa netting ended on Sunday, fishermen caught a huge quantity of hilsa in the Meghna, Arial Kha, Tentulia, Bishkhali and Kalabadar rivers, and brought those to the market. Traders said at least 2,500 maunds of hilsa were sold at the market yesterday. Photo: Sushanta Ghosh

HILSA GLUT

A worker sorts out the fish. Photo: Sushanta Ghosh

ankle-deep water

Rickshaws ply Narayanganj's Demra-Sanarpar Road that went under ankle-deep water following incessant rain. Though the rains stopped on Sunday, the foul-smelling water was yet to recede yesterday. Photo: Anisur Rahman

waste materials

A thick layer of waste materials float on this portion of Hatirjheel lake near the Sonargaon Hotel in the capital. Apart from that, sewage is being dumped straight into the waterbody through underground sewers, spreading unbearable stench in the surrounding areas. The photo was taken recently. Photo: Amran Hossain

Unplanned development work

Unplanned development work continues to affect everyday life of residents in the capital. Wearing rubber boots, a woman crosses this waterlogged portion of a road in Dhakkin Kazla of Jatrabari while renovation of drainage system goes on nearby (not in picture); residents said the road has been in such deplorable condition for the last few months. Photo: Anisur Rahman and SK Enamul Haq

Unplanned development work

Rickshaw vans carrying goods struggle to cross a puddle of stagnant water on this part of a road close to Jatrabari kitchen market. Photo: Anisur Rahman and SK Enamul Haq

Unplanned development work

A bus gets stuck in a pothole mended by earth instead of concrete substance near Fakirapool intersection. Photo: Anisur Rahman and SK Enamul Haq

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