Today's Gallery (29.10.2015)

The herons were supposed to be rising out of water, but now they stand on garbage thrown carelessly in the structure. Initially the structure, built in front of the office of Biman Bangladesh in the capital, had water but due to neglect the water dried up and people began using it as a dustbin. The photo was taken yesterday. Photo: SK Enamul Haq
This manhole on the footpath on Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue in the capital has been left uncovered for some time, posing a great risk to pedestrians. The photo was taken on Tuesday. Photo: Star
Demanding their enrolment into the Monthly Pay Order (MPO), Non-MPO Educational Institutions' Teachers-Employees Federation continues their indefinite sin-in for the third consecutive day in front of the capital's Jatiya Press Club yesterday. Photo: Star
A man shows Aman paddy affected by rice leaffolders which reportedly damaged 30 percent of the cultivation in Noakhali's Subarnachar upazila. The insect folds a rice leaf around itself, attaches the leaf margins together with silk strands and feeds inside the folded leaf creating longitudinal white and transparent streaks. The photo was taken on Monday. Photo: Banglar Chokh
Bangladesh Trade Union Kendra demonstrates before Jatiya Press Club in the capital yesterday, demanding their salary hike and amendment to the national labour law and national labour policy. Photo: Star
Singers perform at a cultural programme at Jatiya Press Club in the capital yesterday on the occasion of the 61st founding anniversary of the club. Photo: Star
People are forced to use this rickety bridge in Kamrangirchar's Rasulpur, a fall from which could leave them struggling in heaps of a myriad of garbage below. Moreover, the stench is a nuisance for locals. The photo was taken yesterday. Photo: Banglar Chokh