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Today's Gallery (2020.10.19)

piled up trunks

Built recently by Dhaka North City Corporation, this part of the footpath in the city’s Karwan Bazar area remains inaccessible to pedestrians as traders have piled up trunks and other goods on it. A man is seen stepping on to the street to go around a pile. The photo was taken yesterday. Photo: Anisur Rahman

the bridge is seriously damaged

The bridge is seriously damaged, and fearing a collapse the authorities placed a sign asking vessels to pass under the other end of the bridge. The warning is largely ignored. Photo: Prabir Das

the bridge is seriously damaged

A vessel goes under a bridge over the Turag in the capital’s Gabtoli yesterday. Photo: Prabir Das

hurriedly packs up

A tailoring shop owner hurriedly packs up products and equipment in his shop into a pickup van, with threads from a sewing machine pulling from behind, in Chattogram city’s Sher Shah Colony road. Chattogram City Corporation in a drive yesterday evicted a large number of businesses it says was illegally encroaching space, without any warning. Many shop owners had to quickly pack up their things and leave the shops before they were demolished. PHOTO: RAJIB RAIHAN

hurriedly packs up

A tailoring shop owner hurriedly packs up products and equipment in his shop into a pickup van, with threads from a sewing machine pulling from behind, in Chattogram city’s Sher Shah Colony road. Chattogram City Corporation in a drive yesterday evicted a large number of businesses it says was illegally encroaching space, without any warning. Many shop owners had to quickly pack up their things and leave the shops before they were demolished. PHOTO: RAJIB RAIHAN

keraniganjs balur char area

Fishers cast nets of various kinds in the Buriganga near Keraniganj’s Balur Char area, reeling in fish of different sizes. Until a few years ago, the river was devoid of fishes, owing to heavy pollution from the tanneries situated in the capital’s Hazaribagh. Since the tanneries were moved, the water seems to have cleared up a great deal and fishing has become viable in this part of the river. The photos were taken yesterday. PHOTO: RASHED SHUMON

keraniganjs balur char area

Fishers cast nets of various kinds in the Buriganga near Keraniganj’s Balur Char area, reeling in fish of different sizes. Until a few years ago, the river was devoid of fishes, owing to heavy pollution from the tanneries situated in the capital’s Hazaribagh. Since the tanneries were moved, the water seems to have cleared up a great deal and fishing has become viable in this part of the river. The photos were taken yesterday. PHOTO: RASHED SHUMON

keraniganjs balur char area

Fishers cast nets of various kinds in the Buriganga near Keraniganj’s Balur Char area, reeling in fish of different sizes. Until a few years ago, the river was devoid of fishes, owing to heavy pollution from the tanneries situated in the capital’s Hazaribagh. Since the tanneries were moved, the water seems to have cleared up a great deal and fishing has become viable in this part of the river. The photos were taken yesterday. PHOTO: RASHED SHUMON

keraniganjs balur char area

Fishers cast nets of various kinds in the Buriganga near Keraniganj’s Balur Char area, reeling in fish of different sizes. Until a few years ago, the river was devoid of fishes, owing to heavy pollution from the tanneries situated in the capital’s Hazaribagh. Since the tanneries were moved, the water seems to have cleared up a great deal and fishing has become viable in this part of the river. The photos were taken yesterday. PHOTO: RASHED SHUMON

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