24 July, 2020

  • A couple is busy drying jute at a housing project in Hat Sherpur Union of Bogra's Sariakandi Upazila. Jute is now their only hope as there is a severe shortage of cooking fuel in the flood-ravaged area. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

    A couple is busy drying jute at a housing project in Hat Sherpur Union of Bogra's Sariakandi Upazila. Jute is now their only hope as there is a severe shortage of cooking fuel in the flood-ravaged area. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

  • A couple is busy drying jute at a housing project in Hat Sherpur Union of Bogra's Sariakandi Upazila. Jute is now their only hope as there is a severe shortage of cooking fuel in the flood-ravaged area. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

    A couple is busy drying jute at a housing project in Hat Sherpur Union of Bogra's Sariakandi Upazila. Jute is now their only hope as there is a severe shortage of cooking fuel in the flood-ravaged area. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

  • Land erosion triggered by floods along the Meghna river finally claims three-storey Omar Ali High School, also a cyclone shelter which had been 15 kilometres from the river when the construction began at shoal-based Rajrajeshwar in Chandpur in 2019.

    Land erosion triggered by floods along the Meghna river finally claims three-storey Omar Ali High School, also a cyclone shelter which had been 15 kilometres from the river when the construction began at shoal-based Rajrajeshwar in Chandpur in 2019.

  • Land erosion triggered by floods along the Meghna river finally claims three-storey Omar Ali High School, also a cyclone shelter which had been 15 kilometres from the river when the construction began at shoal-based Rajrajeshwar in Chandpur in 2019.

    Land erosion triggered by floods along the Meghna river finally claims three-storey Omar Ali High School, also a cyclone shelter which had been 15 kilometres from the river when the construction began at shoal-based Rajrajeshwar in Chandpur in 2019.

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