18 August, 2020

  • A man drives a motorcycle with a woman and a sleeping child as pillion riders in Dhaka's Tejgaon on Tuesday, Aug 18, 2020. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    A man drives a motorcycle with a woman and a sleeping child as pillion riders in Dhaka's Tejgaon on Tuesday, Aug 18, 2020. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • SM Waliul Islam, a sub-assistant engineer of the Public Works Department, suddenly collapsed on Topkhana Road in Dhaka on Tuesday, Aug 18, 2020, but no one came to his aid fearing coronavirus infection. Finally, traffic policeman Ariful took Waliul to the hospital with the help of a rickshaw-puller and another person, but the doctors declared him dead. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    SM Waliul Islam, a sub-assistant engineer of the Public Works Department, suddenly collapsed on Topkhana Road in Dhaka on Tuesday, Aug 18, 2020, but no one came to his aid fearing coronavirus infection. Finally, traffic policeman Ariful took Waliul to the hospital with the help of a rickshaw-puller and another person, but the doctors declared him dead. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • SM Waliul Islam, a sub-assistant engineer of the Public Works Department, suddenly collapsed on Topkhana Road in Dhaka on Tuesday, Aug 18, 2020, but no one came to his aid fearing coronavirus infection. Finally, traffic policeman Ariful took Waliul to the hospital with the help of a rickshaw-puller and another person, but the doctors declared him dead. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    SM Waliul Islam, a sub-assistant engineer of the Public Works Department, suddenly collapsed on Topkhana Road in Dhaka on Tuesday, Aug 18, 2020, but no one came to his aid fearing coronavirus infection. Finally, traffic policeman Ariful took Waliul to the hospital with the help of a rickshaw-puller and another person, but the doctors declared him dead. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • Halim Chaklader, a man from Mymensingh's Ishwarganj who had spent 13 days under the car shed of Dhaka Medical College Hospital after being abandoned by his family, has recovered fully. He received treatment at the National Institute of Diseases of the Chest and Hospital for a month thanks to Mohubar Rahman, a Daily Desh Rupantor photojournalist who had Halim admitted to the hospital with the financial help from a man. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    Halim Chaklader, a man from Mymensingh's Ishwarganj who had spent 13 days under the car shed of Dhaka Medical College Hospital after being abandoned by his family, has recovered fully. He received treatment at the National Institute of Diseases of the Chest and Hospital for a month thanks to Mohubar Rahman, a Daily Desh Rupantor photojournalist who had Halim admitted to the hospital with the financial help from a man. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • Halim Chaklader, a man from Mymensingh's Ishwarganj who had spent 13 days under the car shed of Dhaka Medical College Hospital after being abandoned by his family, has recovered fully. He received treatment at the National Institute of Diseases of the Chest and Hospital for a month thanks to Mohubar Rahman, a Daily Desh Rupantor photojournalist who had Halim admitted to the hospital with the financial help from a man. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    Halim Chaklader, a man from Mymensingh's Ishwarganj who had spent 13 days under the car shed of Dhaka Medical College Hospital after being abandoned by his family, has recovered fully. He received treatment at the National Institute of Diseases of the Chest and Hospital for a month thanks to Mohubar Rahman, a Daily Desh Rupantor photojournalist who had Halim admitted to the hospital with the financial help from a man. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • A RAB mobile court led by Executiive Magistrate Sarwoer Alam conducts a drive on a fake wire factory at Islambagh in Old Dhaka's Islampur on Tuesday Aug 18, 2020.

    A RAB mobile court led by Executiive Magistrate Sarwoer Alam conducts a drive on a fake wire factory at Islambagh in Old Dhaka's Islampur on Tuesday Aug 18, 2020.

  • Jute traders wearing burial shrouds demonstrate outside Bangladesh Jute Mills Corporation in Dhaka's Motijheel on Tuesday Aug 18, 2020, demanding payment of dues.

    Jute traders wearing burial shrouds demonstrate outside Bangladesh Jute Mills Corporation in Dhaka's Motijheel on Tuesday Aug 18, 2020, demanding payment of dues.

  • Jute traders wearing burial shrouds demonstrate outside Bangladesh Jute Mills Corporation in Dhaka's Motijheel on Tuesday Aug 18, 2020, demanding payment of dues.

    Jute traders wearing burial shrouds demonstrate outside Bangladesh Jute Mills Corporation in Dhaka's Motijheel on Tuesday Aug 18, 2020, demanding payment of dues.

  • Jute traders wearing burial shrouds demonstrate outside Bangladesh Jute Mills Corporation in Dhaka's Motijheel on Tuesday Aug 18, 2020, demanding payment of dues.

    Jute traders wearing burial shrouds demonstrate outside Bangladesh Jute Mills Corporation in Dhaka's Motijheel on Tuesday Aug 18, 2020, demanding payment of dues.

  • All the waste and garbage generated in Nabinagar municipal area in Brahmanbaria is dumped into the Titas River. The practice, which has been going on a for a long time, is slowly killing the Buri River, a tributary of Titas. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    All the waste and garbage generated in Nabinagar municipal area in Brahmanbaria is dumped into the Titas River. The practice, which has been going on a for a long time, is slowly killing the Buri River, a tributary of Titas. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • All the waste and garbage generated in Nabinagar municipal area in Brahmanbaria is dumped into the Titas River. The practice, which has been going on a for a long time, is slowly killing the Buri River, a tributary of Titas. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    All the waste and garbage generated in Nabinagar municipal area in Brahmanbaria is dumped into the Titas River. The practice, which has been going on a for a long time, is slowly killing the Buri River, a tributary of Titas. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • All the waste and garbage generated in Nabinagar municipal area in Brahmanbaria is dumped into the Titas River. The practice, which has been going on a for a long time, is slowly killing the Buri River, a tributary of Titas. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    All the waste and garbage generated in Nabinagar municipal area in Brahmanbaria is dumped into the Titas River. The practice, which has been going on a for a long time, is slowly killing the Buri River, a tributary of Titas. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

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