Januay 22, 2020

  • Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina shows her electronic passport after inaugurating the distribution at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in Dhaka on Wednesday. Photo: PID

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina shows her electronic passport after inaugurating the distribution at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in Dhaka on Wednesday. Photo: PID

  • Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina speaking at the inauguration of e-passport distribution and automatic border control management system at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in Dhaka on Wednesday. Photo PID

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina speaking at the inauguration of e-passport distribution and automatic border control management system at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in Dhaka on Wednesday. Photo PID

  • Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina speaking at the inauguration of e-passport distribution and automatic border control management system at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in Dhaka on Wednesday. Photo PID

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina speaking at the inauguration of e-passport distribution and automatic border control management system at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in Dhaka on Wednesday. Photo PID

  • Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurating the e-passport distribution and automatic border control management system at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in Dhaka on Wednesday. Photo: PID

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurating the e-passport distribution and automatic border control management system at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in Dhaka on Wednesday. Photo: PID

  • Housing and Public Works Minister SM Rezaul Karim inaugurating the demolition work on the illegally built 15-storey BGMEA Building at Hatirjheel in Dhaka on Wednesday after months of uncertainty over the cost. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

    Housing and Public Works Minister SM Rezaul Karim inaugurating the demolition work on the illegally built 15-storey BGMEA Building at Hatirjheel in Dhaka on Wednesday after months of uncertainty over the cost. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

  • Housing and Public Works Minister SM Rezaul Karim inaugurating the demolition work on the illegally built 15-storey BGMEA Building at Hatirjheel in Dhaka on Wednesday after months of uncertainty over the cost. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

    Housing and Public Works Minister SM Rezaul Karim inaugurating the demolition work on the illegally built 15-storey BGMEA Building at Hatirjheel in Dhaka on Wednesday after months of uncertainty over the cost. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

  • Housing and Public Works Minister SM Rezaul Karim inaugurating the demolition work on the illegally built 15-storey BGMEA Building at Hatirjheel in Dhaka on Wednesday after months of uncertainty over the cost. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

    Housing and Public Works Minister SM Rezaul Karim inaugurating the demolition work on the illegally built 15-storey BGMEA Building at Hatirjheel in Dhaka on Wednesday after months of uncertainty over the cost. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

  • A container, believed to be from a Kolkata-bound ship that sank in the Bay of Bengal with 152 containers aboard in September last year, lying on the bank of the Meghna river at Dhalpur in Bhola’s Monpura recently. Locals said they found cotton inside the container. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

    A container, believed to be from a Kolkata-bound ship that sank in the Bay of Bengal with 152 containers aboard in September last year, lying on the bank of the Meghna river at Dhalpur in Bhola’s Monpura recently. Locals said they found cotton inside the container. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

  • A container, believed to be from a Kolkata-bound ship that sank in the Bay of Bengal with 152 containers aboard in September last year, lying on the bank of the Meghna river at Dhalpur in Bhola’s Monpura recently. Locals said they found cotton inside the container. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

    A container, believed to be from a Kolkata-bound ship that sank in the Bay of Bengal with 152 containers aboard in September last year, lying on the bank of the Meghna river at Dhalpur in Bhola’s Monpura recently. Locals said they found cotton inside the container. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

  • A container, believed to be from a Kolkata-bound ship that sank in the Bay of Bengal with 152 containers aboard in September last year, lying on the bank of the Meghna river at Dhalpur in Bhola’s Monpura recently. Locals said they found cotton inside the container. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

    A container, believed to be from a Kolkata-bound ship that sank in the Bay of Bengal with 152 containers aboard in September last year, lying on the bank of the Meghna river at Dhalpur in Bhola’s Monpura recently. Locals said they found cotton inside the container. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

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