Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik briefs to media during a practice session at the Gaddafi Cricket Stadium in Lahore on September 7, 2018. Pakistan left all-rounders Mohammad Hafeez and Imad Wasim out of a 16-man squad for the six-nation Asia Cup, to be played in Dubai and Abu Dhabi from next week, selectors announced on September 4.
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Pakistan cricket chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq (C) talks with team coach Mickey Arthur (L) and captain Sarfraz Ahmed during the team practise at the Gaddafi stadium in Lahore on September 4, 2018. Pakistan left all-rounders Mohammad Hafeez and Imad Wasim out of a 16-man squad for the six-nation Asia Cup, to be played in Dubai and Abu Dhabi from next week, selectors announced Tuesday.
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Indian police baton-charge Kashmiri Shia Muslims as devotees defy during restrictions imposed on a Muharram procession in Srinagar yesterday. Indian authorities yesterday imposed restrictions on movement in parts of Srinagar to curtail planned Muharram processions. Photo: AFP
North South University (NSU) has been awarded “Superbrands” in the category of higher education in Bangladesh. Benajir Ahmed, Member, Board of Trustees, and Dr. Gias U. Ahsan, Pro-VC (Designate), NSU received the award recently at an event.
With a live wire over his shoulder, a boy aged around eight holds a bulb while a man repairs a motorcycle at a garage in the capital's College Gate area. Like him, thousands of children across the country have to do such hazardous work every day without any safety gears to earn a living. The photo was taken a couple of days ago. Photo: Prabir Das
Bangladesh and Sri Lanka (R) players line up for the national anthem just before the start of the Asia Cup ODI match between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai on September 15, 2018. Photo: AFP
A fire rages at a filling station in Munshiganj's Gazaria yesterday afternoon. Employees of the station and firefighters doused the blaze which could have been devastating if the gas cylinders stacked up on the premises had exploded in the heat. Photo: Star
A group of Myanmar protesters rally in Yangon yesterday in support of two Myanmar journalists who were sentenced to jail for seven years under the Official Secrets Act. Several dozen people rallied in central Yangon against the jailing of two Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, lamenting the shrinking space for free expression in Myanmar despite the advent of civilian rule. Photo: AFP
A traffic police box is being built right on the end of this zebra crossing in front of Kakrail church in the capital. This will make it harder for pedestrians to use the crossing, forcing many of them to either go around it or jaywalk. Although there have been recent efforts to enforce traffic rules, such oversight only encourages rules violations. Photo: Anisur Rahman