Farmers drying paddy on the concrete floor at a mill in Nimtoli area of Munshiganj before the husk and the bran layers are removed to produce the country’s staple food, rice. Officials said the growers have been blessed with a remarkable harvest this year. Photo: Anisur Rahman
People living in Muradpur intersection area of Chattogram city have to cross this dangerous trench by walking on planks. A lengthy work on the drainage there has forced the people of the neighbourhood take the risk every day. The photo was taken yesterday.
The DND canal in Narayanganj’s Shiddhirganj has been turned into a landfill, blocking the canal entirely. Local influential people have built shops and other structures on the almost 1.5km long stretch. The photo was taken recently. Photo:
A locally made three-wheeler carrying a load of freshly harvested paddy to a rice mill in Nimtoli area of Munshiganj yesterday.
While cyclone Yaas battered the coasts as it made landfall, it brought a much-needed respite for dwellers of the capital, with a cloud cover and gusts keeping the heat away. The scorching, humid weather has returned well and truly, as is evident from the rickshaw-puller’s shirt entirely drenched in sweat. The photo was taken yesterday from Moghbazar area. Photo: Amran Hossain
Ongoing drainage works at Old Dhaka’s North South Road has made the area an obstacle course for pedestrians. The footbridge on the road has been left in near-unusable condition. Photo: Amran Hossain
Ongoing drainage works at Old Dhaka’s North South Road has made the area an obstacle course for pedestrians. the footpath has been entirely dug-up, with commuters having to use risky makeshift structures to cross through. Photo: Amran Hossain