26 September, 2020

  • Shakib Al Hasan sells street food at his father’s makeshift shop during rains on the bank of the Buriganga river in Old Dhaka on Sep 26, 2020. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Shakib Al Hasan sells street food at his father’s makeshift shop during rains on the bank of the Buriganga river in Old Dhaka on Sep 26, 2020. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • Shakib Al Hasan sells street food at his father’s makeshift shop during rains on the bank of the Buriganga river in Old Dhaka on Sep 26, 2020. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Shakib Al Hasan sells street food at his father’s makeshift shop during rains on the bank of the Buriganga river in Old Dhaka on Sep 26, 2020. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • A group of activists organised a human-chain protest in Dhaka’s Shahbagh on Sep 26, 2020 against the rapes of women in the Chattogram Hill Tracts and Sylhet MC College, and the murder of a college girl in Dhaka’s Savar.

    A group of activists organised a human-chain protest in Dhaka’s Shahbagh on Sep 26, 2020 against the rapes of women in the Chattogram Hill Tracts and Sylhet MC College, and the murder of a college girl in Dhaka’s Savar.

  • A group of activists organised a human-chain protest in Dhaka’s Shahbagh on Sep 26, 2020 against the rapes of women in the Chattogram Hill Tracts and Sylhet MC College, and the murder of a college girl in Dhaka’s Savar.

    A group of activists organised a human-chain protest in Dhaka’s Shahbagh on Sep 26, 2020 against the rapes of women in the Chattogram Hill Tracts and Sylhet MC College, and the murder of a college girl in Dhaka’s Savar.

  • Bangladeshi migrants based in Saudi Arabia line up outside the office of Saudia, the national carrier of the Gulf state, to buy air tickets to return to their country of employment, Sept 26, 2020. Large swathes of stranded migrants have begun returning to the Middle East after concerns over their visa and residence permit amid the pandemic were recently resolved.

    Bangladeshi migrants based in Saudi Arabia line up outside the office of Saudia, the national carrier of the Gulf state, to buy air tickets to return to their country of employment, Sept 26, 2020. Large swathes of stranded migrants have begun returning to the Middle East after concerns over their visa and residence permit amid the pandemic were recently resolved.

  • Bangladeshi migrants based in Saudi Arabia line up outside the office of Saudia, the national carrier of the Gulf state, to buy air tickets to return to their country of employment, Sept 26, 2020. Large swathes of stranded migrants have begun returning to the Middle East after concerns over their visa and residence permit amid the pandemic were recently resolved.

    Bangladeshi migrants based in Saudi Arabia line up outside the office of Saudia, the national carrier of the Gulf state, to buy air tickets to return to their country of employment, Sept 26, 2020. Large swathes of stranded migrants have begun returning to the Middle East after concerns over their visa and residence permit amid the pandemic were recently resolved.

  • Bangladeshi migrants based in Saudi Arabia line up outside the office of Saudia, the national carrier of the Gulf state, to buy air tickets to return to their country of employment, Sept 26, 2020. Large swathes of stranded migrants have begun returning to the Middle East after concerns over their visa and residence permit amid the pandemic were recently resolved.

    Bangladeshi migrants based in Saudi Arabia line up outside the office of Saudia, the national carrier of the Gulf state, to buy air tickets to return to their country of employment, Sept 26, 2020. Large swathes of stranded migrants have begun returning to the Middle East after concerns over their visa and residence permit amid the pandemic were recently resolved.

  • Bangladeshi migrants based in Saudi Arabia line up outside the office of Saudia, the national carrier of the Gulf state, to buy air tickets to return to their country of employment, Sept 26, 2020. Large swathes of stranded migrants have begun returning to the Middle East after concerns over their visa and residence permit amid the pandemic were recently resolved.

    Bangladeshi migrants based in Saudi Arabia line up outside the office of Saudia, the national carrier of the Gulf state, to buy air tickets to return to their country of employment, Sept 26, 2020. Large swathes of stranded migrants have begun returning to the Middle East after concerns over their visa and residence permit amid the pandemic were recently resolved.