30 June, 2020

  • Cracks appear on the Bangladesh-China Friendship Bridge-1 over the Buriganga River in Dhaka’s Postogola after being hit by a rescue vessel 'Pratyay' as it made its way to Sadarghat to pull up a sunken launch, Morning Bird, on Monday. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Cracks appear on the Bangladesh-China Friendship Bridge-1 over the Buriganga River in Dhaka’s Postogola after being hit by a rescue vessel 'Pratyay' as it made its way to Sadarghat to pull up a sunken launch, Morning Bird, on Monday. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • Cracks appear on the Bangladesh-China Friendship Bridge-1 over the Buriganga River in Dhaka’s Postogola after being hit by a rescue vessel 'Pratyay' as it made its way to Sadarghat to pull up a sunken launch, Morning Bird, on Monday. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Cracks appear on the Bangladesh-China Friendship Bridge-1 over the Buriganga River in Dhaka’s Postogola after being hit by a rescue vessel 'Pratyay' as it made its way to Sadarghat to pull up a sunken launch, Morning Bird, on Monday. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • Cracks appear on the Bangladesh-China Friendship Bridge-1 over the Buriganga River in Dhaka’s Postogola after being hit by a rescue vessel 'Pratyay' as it made its way to Sadarghat to pull up a sunken launch, Morning Bird, on Monday. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Cracks appear on the Bangladesh-China Friendship Bridge-1 over the Buriganga River in Dhaka’s Postogola after being hit by a rescue vessel 'Pratyay' as it made its way to Sadarghat to pull up a sunken launch, Morning Bird, on Monday. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • Rescue vessel Pratyay was on its way to pull up a sunken launch at Sadarghat but it could not sail under Buriganga bridge in Dhaka's Postogola due to an increase in the water level. It later docked near the bridge on the Buriganga River. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Rescue vessel Pratyay was on its way to pull up a sunken launch at Sadarghat but it could not sail under Buriganga bridge in Dhaka's Postogola due to an increase in the water level. It later docked near the bridge on the Buriganga River. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • Sumon Bepari, who miraculously survived the launch disaster on the Buriganga River, is pictured during his treatment at Dhaka's Mitford Hospital. Divers of Fire Service and Civil Defence rescued him alive 13 hours after a launch sank on the river, leaving 34 people dead. Photo: Kamal Hossain Talukder

    Sumon Bepari, who miraculously survived the launch disaster on the Buriganga River, is pictured during his treatment at Dhaka's Mitford Hospital. Divers of Fire Service and Civil Defence rescued him alive 13 hours after a launch sank on the river, leaving 34 people dead. Photo: Kamal Hossain Talukder

  • Fire Service, Navy, Coast Guard, River Police and BIWTA personnel conduct rescue operations for the second day after a fatal collision between two launches on Dhaka’s Buriganga River resulted in the deaths of 32 people on Monday.

    Fire Service, Navy, Coast Guard, River Police and BIWTA personnel conduct rescue operations for the second day after a fatal collision between two launches on Dhaka’s Buriganga River resulted in the deaths of 32 people on Monday.

  • Fire Service, Navy, Coast Guard, River Police and BIWTA personnel conduct rescue operations for the second day after a fatal collision between two launches on Dhaka’s Buriganga River resulted in the deaths of 32 people on Monday.

    Fire Service, Navy, Coast Guard, River Police and BIWTA personnel conduct rescue operations for the second day after a fatal collision between two launches on Dhaka’s Buriganga River resulted in the deaths of 32 people on Monday.

  • Fire Service, Navy, Coast Guard, River Police and BIWTA personnel conduct rescue operations for the second day after a fatal collision between two launches on Dhaka’s Buriganga River resulted in the deaths of 32 people on Monday.

    Fire Service, Navy, Coast Guard, River Police and BIWTA personnel conduct rescue operations for the second day after a fatal collision between two launches on Dhaka’s Buriganga River resulted in the deaths of 32 people on Monday.

  • Fire Service, Navy, Coast Guard, River Police and BIWTA personnel conduct rescue operations for the second day after a fatal collision between two launches on Dhaka’s Buriganga River resulted in the deaths of 32 people on Monday.

    Fire Service, Navy, Coast Guard, River Police and BIWTA personnel conduct rescue operations for the second day after a fatal collision between two launches on Dhaka’s Buriganga River resulted in the deaths of 32 people on Monday.

  • Fire Service, Navy, Coast Guard, River Police and BIWTA personnel conduct rescue operations for the second day after a fatal collision between two launches on Dhaka’s Buriganga River resulted in the deaths of 32 people on Monday.

    Fire Service, Navy, Coast Guard, River Police and BIWTA personnel conduct rescue operations for the second day after a fatal collision between two launches on Dhaka’s Buriganga River resulted in the deaths of 32 people on Monday.

  • Narayanganj’s Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, the international cricket venue, is engulfed in rainwater and industrial waste.

    Narayanganj’s Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, the international cricket venue, is engulfed in rainwater and industrial waste.

  • The outfield of Narayanganj’s Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium is indundated with rainwater and industrial waste.

    The outfield of Narayanganj’s Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium is indundated with rainwater and industrial waste.

  • Narayanganj’s Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, the international cricket venue, is engulfed in rainwater and industrial waste.

    Narayanganj’s Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, the international cricket venue, is engulfed in rainwater and industrial waste.

  • Narayanganj’s Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, the international cricket venue, is engulfed in rainwater and industrial waste.

    Narayanganj’s Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, the international cricket venue, is engulfed in rainwater and industrial waste.

  • A staffer walks across a small bridge in front of the media centre and VIP entrance as rainwater and industrial waste have engulfed Narayanganj’s Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium.

    A staffer walks across a small bridge in front of the media centre and VIP entrance as rainwater and industrial waste have engulfed Narayanganj’s Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium.

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