07 September, 2020

  • Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution Company found two leaks on Sep 7, 2020, after workers dug several spots next to the Narayanganj mosque where blasts of air-conditioners left at least 27 worshippers dead on Sep 4.

    Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution Company found two leaks on Sep 7, 2020, after workers dug several spots next to the Narayanganj mosque where blasts of air-conditioners left at least 27 worshippers dead on Sep 4.

  • Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution Company found two leaks on Sep 7, 2020, after workers dug several spots next to the Narayanganj mosque where blasts of air-conditioners left at least 27 worshippers dead on Sep 4.

    Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution Company found two leaks on Sep 7, 2020, after workers dug several spots next to the Narayanganj mosque where blasts of air-conditioners left at least 27 worshippers dead on Sep 4.

  • BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir demanded constitution of a committee of experts to investigate the Narayanganj mosque AC blasts at a press conference at party chief’s Gulshan office in Dhaka on Sep 7, 2020.

    BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir demanded constitution of a committee of experts to investigate the Narayanganj mosque AC blasts at a press conference at party chief’s Gulshan office in Dhaka on Sep 7, 2020.

  • Workers of Dragon Sweater Bangladesh and Imperial Sweater Industries demonstrated at Bijoy Nagar in Dhaka on Sep 7, 2020, after the police stopped their broom procession demanding payment of dues from the provident fund, service benefit and earned leaves.

    Workers of Dragon Sweater Bangladesh and Imperial Sweater Industries demonstrated at Bijoy Nagar in Dhaka on Sep 7, 2020, after the police stopped their broom procession demanding payment of dues from the provident fund, service benefit and earned leaves.

  • Workers of Dragon Sweater Bangladesh and Imperial Sweater Industries demonstrated at Bijoy Nagar in Dhaka on Sep 7, 2020, after the police stopped their broom procession demanding payment of dues from the provident fund, service benefit and earned leaves.

    Workers of Dragon Sweater Bangladesh and Imperial Sweater Industries demonstrated at Bijoy Nagar in Dhaka on Sep 7, 2020, after the police stopped their broom procession demanding payment of dues from the provident fund, service benefit and earned leaves.

  • Workers of Dragon Sweater Bangladesh and Imperial Sweater Industries marched with broom from the Department of Labour headquarters in Dhaka on Sep 7, 2020 in a bid to besiege the owners to demand payment of dues from the provident fund, service benefit and earned leaves, but the police stopped their march at Bijoy Nagar.

    Workers of Dragon Sweater Bangladesh and Imperial Sweater Industries marched with broom from the Department of Labour headquarters in Dhaka on Sep 7, 2020 in a bid to besiege the owners to demand payment of dues from the provident fund, service benefit and earned leaves, but the police stopped their march at Bijoy Nagar.

  • Chattogram's Additional Divisional Commissioner Mohammed Mizanur, head of the home ministry's probe panel over the shooting death of retired army major Sinha Md Rashed Khan, hands over its report on the incident to Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan at the Secretariat, September 7, 2020.

    Chattogram's Additional Divisional Commissioner Mohammed Mizanur, head of the home ministry's probe panel over the shooting death of retired army major Sinha Md Rashed Khan, hands over its report on the incident to Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan at the Secretariat, September 7, 2020.

  • Chattogram's Additional Divisional Commissioner Mohammed Mizanur, head of the home ministry's probe panel over the shooting death of retired army major Sinha Md Rashed Khan, hands over its report on the incident to Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan at the Secretariat, September 7, 2020.

    Chattogram's Additional Divisional Commissioner Mohammed Mizanur, head of the home ministry's probe panel over the shooting death of retired army major Sinha Md Rashed Khan, hands over its report on the incident to Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan at the Secretariat, September 7, 2020.

  • Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority, or BIWTA, removes illegal structures on the banks of the Buriganga River at Dhaka’s Sadarghat on Sept 7, 2020. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority, or BIWTA, removes illegal structures on the banks of the Buriganga River at Dhaka’s Sadarghat on Sept 7, 2020. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority, or BIWTA, removes illegal structures on the banks of the Buriganga River at Dhaka’s Sadarghat on Sept 7, 2020. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority, or BIWTA, removes illegal structures on the banks of the Buriganga River at Dhaka’s Sadarghat on Sept 7, 2020. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • People mainly use boats as a means of transportation in Mugarjhor in Pirojpur's Nazirpur Upazila due to poor road infrastructure in the area. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

    People mainly use boats as a means of transportation in Mugarjhor in Pirojpur's Nazirpur Upazila due to poor road infrastructure in the area. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

  • People mainly use boats as a means of transportation in Mugarjhor in Pirojpur's Nazirpur Upazila due to poor road infrastructure in the area. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

    People mainly use boats as a means of transportation in Mugarjhor in Pirojpur's Nazirpur Upazila due to poor road infrastructure in the area. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

  • People mainly use boats as a means of transportation in Mugarjhor in Pirojpur's Nazirpur Upazila due to poor road infrastructure in the area. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

    People mainly use boats as a means of transportation in Mugarjhor in Pirojpur's Nazirpur Upazila due to poor road infrastructure in the area. Photo: Mostafigur Rahman

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