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Today's Gallery (2021.05.11)

gets them some fresh air

A student of class-III has a walk with her father at Hatirjheel in the capital yesterday. With schools closed and restrictions on playing with others, many are cooped up in their homes for days. Only the exercise time gets them some fresh air. Photo: Sk Enamul Haq

narayanganjs digu babu bazaar fire

A man consoling his relative after the latter lost a general store, his only source of income, in the blaze. PHOTO: STAR

narayanganjs digu babu bazaar fire

People gathered around Narayanganj’s Digu Babu Bazaar as plumes of black smoke billowed from a fire that began in a polythene factory and then spread to the wholesale market in the area. The photo was taken yesterday. PHOTO: STAR

hatirjheel

Modern waste bins were set up in the capital’s Hatirjheel, with separate compartments for recyclable and non-recyclable waste. However, the bin itself is turning into waste now, as it lies broken and useless beside the lake. PHOTO: SK ENAMUL HAQ

north city corporation

Former Dhaka North City Corporation Mayor Annisul Huq’s reclaiming of the capital’s Tejgaon-Satrasta road from blatant encroachment by illegally parked trucks and vans became such a part of his legacy that after his demise, the road was named after him. However, heavy vehicles have since returned to take up the road again and again, with the authorities seemingly having no long-term answer to the nuisance. The photo was taken last week. PHOTO: Rashed Shumon

surgical masks

Though a necessity of the time, the non-decomposing nature of fabric-based surgical masks could lead to incredible harm for the environment. As people indiscriminately dispose of their masks on the street, health risks also compound. This photo was taken yesterday from the capital’s Mirpur. PHOTO: Rashed Shumon

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