Today's Gallery (04.04.2015)

Swathes of Greenish yellow paddies forecast a good harvest in this part of Ashulia with farmers expecting to bring home the food grain this month. The photo was taken yesterday. Photo: Anisur Rahman
The nightmare returns to the Chittagong city thoroughfares every time it rains, and yesterday was no exception. Waterlogging is a never-ending problem of the country's second largest city, particularly because its canals that take water into the river are being shrunken by grabbers and choked with garbage the local residents dump. For years, the authorities have failed to solve the problem. The photo was taken in Bayezid Bostami, one of the low lying parts of the city. Photo: Anurup Kanti Das
From left, Dr Farid Abdul Hadi, medical manager at Vifor Pharma, South East Asia, Timothy Cushway, vice president and regional marketing manager at Vifor Pharma, Asia Pacific, M Mosaddek Hossain, managing director at UniMed and UniHealth Manufactures Ltd, and Nazmul Hossain, executive director at UniMed and UniHealth Manufactures Ltd, at a training programme of UniHealth Ltd organised at The Daily Star Centre in the capital to market a newly launched drug, Ferinject Intravenous Iron Preparation (Ferrous carboxymaltose), in Bangladesh. Ferinject, a research-product of Switzerland-based company Vifor Pharma, is used to treat iron deficiency and anaemia when oral iron preparations are ineffective or cannot be used. Photo: Star
Sanatan Sangha Bangladesh, an association of Hindus, forms a human chain in front of the capital's Jatiya Press Club, demanding reclamation of the illegally occupied endowment (debottor) property in Langalbandh of Narayanganj where several lakh devotees join a bathing ritual annually. Earlier, Bangladesh Puja Udjapon Parishad President Kajal Debnath said all but 2.5 acres out of the total 46 acres of endowed land in Langalbandh was illegally occupied now. Photo: Anisur Rahman
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