30 May, 2020

  • The Buriganga River is set to lose its serenity as vessels anchored at the Sadarghat port will be on the move again from Sunday as a nationwide lockdown over the coroavirus outbreak comes to an end. Photo: Muhammad Mostafigur Rahman

    The Buriganga River is set to lose its serenity as vessels anchored at the Sadarghat port will be on the move again from Sunday as a nationwide lockdown over the coroavirus outbreak comes to an end. Photo: Muhammad Mostafigur Rahman

  • The Buriganga River is set to lose its serenity as vessels anchored at the Sadarghat port will be on the move again from Sunday as a nationwide lockdown over the coroavirus outbreak comes to an end. Photo: Muhammad Mostafigur Rahman

    The Buriganga River is set to lose its serenity as vessels anchored at the Sadarghat port will be on the move again from Sunday as a nationwide lockdown over the coroavirus outbreak comes to an end. Photo: Muhammad Mostafigur Rahman

  • The Buriganga River is set to lose its serenity as vessels anchored at the Sadarghat port will be on the move again from Sunday as a nationwide lockdown over the coroavirus outbreak comes to an end. Photo: Muhammad Mostafigur Rahman

    The Buriganga River is set to lose its serenity as vessels anchored at the Sadarghat port will be on the move again from Sunday as a nationwide lockdown over the coroavirus outbreak comes to an end. Photo: Muhammad Mostafigur Rahman

  • Rows of parked rickshaws fill up a garage in Dhaka's Mirpur during a nationwide shutdown of public transport system that is set to end after more than two months amid the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Muhammad Mostafigur Rahman

    Rows of parked rickshaws fill up a garage in Dhaka's Mirpur during a nationwide shutdown of public transport system that is set to end after more than two months amid the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Muhammad Mostafigur Rahman

  • Rows of parked rickshaws fill up a garage in Dhaka's Mirpur during a nationwide shutdown of public transport system that is set to end after more than two months amid the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Muhammad Mostafigur Rahmanv

    Rows of parked rickshaws fill up a garage in Dhaka's Mirpur during a nationwide shutdown of public transport system that is set to end after more than two months amid the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Muhammad Mostafigur Rahmanv

  • Workers cleaning a launch at Sadarghat terminal in Dhaka on Saturday ahead of the reopening of public transport system after two months of shutdown over coronavirus outbreak.

    Workers cleaning a launch at Sadarghat terminal in Dhaka on Saturday ahead of the reopening of public transport system after two months of shutdown over coronavirus outbreak.

  • Workers cleaning a launch at Sadarghat terminal in Dhaka on Saturday ahead of the reopening of public transport system after two months of shutdown over coronavirus outbreak.

    Workers cleaning a launch at Sadarghat terminal in Dhaka on Saturday ahead of the reopening of public transport system after two months of shutdown over coronavirus outbreak.

  • Workers cleaning a launch at Sadarghat terminal in Dhaka on Saturday ahead of the reopening of public transport system after two months of shutdown over coronavirus outbreak.

    Workers cleaning a launch at Sadarghat terminal in Dhaka on Saturday ahead of the reopening of public transport system after two months of shutdown over coronavirus outbreak.

  • Dhaka North City Mayor Atiqul Islam inaugurated excavation of a canal near Le Meridian hotel at Ashkona on Saturday as part of efforts to ease waterlogging.

    Dhaka North City Mayor Atiqul Islam inaugurated excavation of a canal near Le Meridian hotel at Ashkona on Saturday as part of efforts to ease waterlogging.

  • Dhaka North City Mayor Atiqul Islam inaugurated excavation of a canal near Le Meridian hotel at Ashkona on Saturday as part of efforts to ease waterlogging.

    Dhaka North City Mayor Atiqul Islam inaugurated excavation of a canal near Le Meridian hotel at Ashkona on Saturday as part of efforts to ease waterlogging.

  • A man wearing protective cloth is riding a bicycle in Dhaka’s Matsya Bhaban area on Saturday amid the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    A man wearing protective cloth is riding a bicycle in Dhaka’s Matsya Bhaban area on Saturday amid the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

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