Today's Gallery (2020.07.25 | The Daily Star

Today's Gallery (2020.07.25

leave from the capital

With all his belongings, Rubel Hossain, a Masters student at Tejgaon College, is on his way to Sadarghat Launch Terminal in a rickshaw yesterday morning after he left his rented room in the capital’s Tejkunipara. He was heading home in Chandpur as his income from private tuitions came to a halt amid the coronavirus fallout. Losing his only source of income, he was finding it impossible to live in this city. Photo: Prabir Das

artisans printing fabrics

Artisans printing fabrics with wooden blocks at a shop in the capital’s New Super Market yesterday. They resumed work only a week ago as the shop owners started receiving some orders from individual customers and women entrepreneurs ahead of the Eid-ul-Azha. Like many other businesses, block printing was also hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic as the market had to be shut for about three months since late March. Photo: Anisur Rahman

artisans printing fabrics

Artisans printing fabrics with wooden blocks at a shop in the capital’s New Super Market yesterday. They resumed work only a week ago as the shop owners started receiving some orders from individual customers and women entrepreneurs ahead of the Eid-ul-Azha. Like many other businesses, block printing was also hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic as the market had to be shut for about three months since late March. Photo: Anisur Rahman

garbage dumping spot

A trash collector puts medical waste into a polythene bag while another looks on at a garbage dumping spot along Green Road in the capital yesterday. Such handling of medical waste poses a serious health risk. Photo: Palash Khan

artisans printing fabrics

Artisans printing fabrics with wooden blocks at a shop in the capital’s New Super Market yesterday. They resumed work only a week ago as the shop owners started receiving some orders from individual customers and women entrepreneurs ahead of the Eid-ul-Azha. Like many other businesses, block printing was also hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic as the market had to be shut for about three months since late March. Photo: Anisur Rahman

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