01 May, 2020

  • Workers return home from factories in Dhaka as the readymade garment units have reopened after a month amid the coronavirus lockdown.

    Workers return home from factories in Dhaka as the readymade garment units have reopened after a month amid the coronavirus lockdown.

  • Workers return home from factories in Dhaka as the readymade garment units have reopened after a month amid the coronavirus lockdown.

    Workers return home from factories in Dhaka as the readymade garment units have reopened after a month amid the coronavirus lockdown.

  • Workers return home from factories in Dhaka as the readymade garment units have reopened after a month amid the coronavirus lockdown.

    Workers return home from factories in Dhaka as the readymade garment units have reopened after a month amid the coronavirus lockdown.

  • Workers return home from factories in Dhaka as the readymade garment units have reopened after a month amid the coronavirus lockdown.

    Workers return home from factories in Dhaka as the readymade garment units have reopened after a month amid the coronavirus lockdown.

  • Though the government has imposed a lockdown to slow the coronavirus outbreak, staying at home to avoid infection is a luxury for many like the workers at Chattogram's Majhirghat.Photo: Suman Babu

    Though the government has imposed a lockdown to slow the coronavirus outbreak, staying at home to avoid infection is a luxury for many like the workers at Chattogram's Majhirghat.Photo: Suman Babu

  • Though the government has imposed a lockdown to slow the coronavirus outbreak, staying at home to avoid infection is a luxury for many like the workers at Chattogram's Majhirghat.Photo: Suman Babu

    Though the government has imposed a lockdown to slow the coronavirus outbreak, staying at home to avoid infection is a luxury for many like the workers at Chattogram's Majhirghat.Photo: Suman Babu

  • Though the government has imposed a lockdown to slow the coronavirus outbreak, staying at home to avoid infection is a luxury for many like the workers at Chattogram's Majhirghat.Photo: Suman Babu

    Though the government has imposed a lockdown to slow the coronavirus outbreak, staying at home to avoid infection is a luxury for many like the workers at Chattogram's Majhirghat.Photo: Suman Babu

  • Though the government has imposed a lockdown to slow the coronavirus outbreak, staying at home to avoid infection is a luxury for many like the workers at Chattogram's Majhirghat.Photo: Suman Babu

    Though the government has imposed a lockdown to slow the coronavirus outbreak, staying at home to avoid infection is a luxury for many like the workers at Chattogram's Majhirghat.Photo: Suman Babu

  • Though the government has imposed a lockdown to slow the coronavirus outbreak, staying at home to avoid infection is a luxury for many like the workers at Chattogram's Majhirghat.Photo: Suman Babu

    Though the government has imposed a lockdown to slow the coronavirus outbreak, staying at home to avoid infection is a luxury for many like the workers at Chattogram's Majhirghat.Photo: Suman Babu

  • A huge throng gathered at the Dhaka-Mymensingh highway towards Dhaka and Gazipur on Friday as the apparel factories reopened after a month-long shutdown to stem the spread of COVID-19 disease.

    A huge throng gathered at the Dhaka-Mymensingh highway towards Dhaka and Gazipur on Friday as the apparel factories reopened after a month-long shutdown to stem the spread of COVID-19 disease.

  • A huge throng gathered at the Dhaka-Mymensingh highway towards Dhaka and Gazipur on Friday as the apparel factories reopened after a month-long shutdown to stem the spread of COVID-19 disease.

    A huge throng gathered at the Dhaka-Mymensingh highway towards Dhaka and Gazipur on Friday as the apparel factories reopened after a month-long shutdown to stem the spread of COVID-19 disease.

  • Many of the pedestrians at Mymensingh’s Gazipur headed towards Dhaka on foot amid the public transport shutdown due to coronavirus crisis on Friday.

    Many of the pedestrians at Mymensingh’s Gazipur headed towards Dhaka on foot amid the public transport shutdown due to coronavirus crisis on Friday.

  • Although the number of cases of coronavirus infection keeps rising in the country, people in Shyambazar appear could not care less about sticking to social distancing rules amid restrictions on public gathering to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

    Although the number of cases of coronavirus infection keeps rising in the country, people in Shyambazar appear could not care less about sticking to social distancing rules amid restrictions on public gathering to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

  • Although the number of cases of coronavirus infection keeps rising in the country, people in Shyambazar appear could not care less about sticking to social distancing rules amid restrictions on public gathering to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

    Although the number of cases of coronavirus infection keeps rising in the country, people in Shyambazar appear could not care less about sticking to social distancing rules amid restrictions on public gathering to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

  • Auto-rickshaw drivers maintained physical distance as they formed a human chain in front of Bhola bus terminal on Friday to demand government assistance.

    Auto-rickshaw drivers maintained physical distance as they formed a human chain in front of Bhola bus terminal on Friday to demand government assistance.

  • The RAB seizes 15 firearms, 28 bullets, and two billhooks at Hnila in Teknaf, Cox’s Bazar after an alleged shootout that killed two Rohingya refugees suspected of robbery.

    The RAB seizes 15 firearms, 28 bullets, and two billhooks at Hnila in Teknaf, Cox’s Bazar after an alleged shootout that killed two Rohingya refugees suspected of robbery.

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