13 June, 2021

  • Army chief-designate Quarter Master General SM Shafiuddin Ahmed and Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Operations) Rear Admiral M Abu Ashraf put the badge of air marshal on the uniform of new Air Force chief Sheikh Abdul Hannan in the presence of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the Ganabhaban on Sunday, Jun 13, 2021. Photo: PMO

    Army chief-designate Quarter Master General SM Shafiuddin Ahmed and Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Operations) Rear Admiral M Abu Ashraf put the badge of air marshal on the uniform of new Air Force chief Sheikh Abdul Hannan in the presence of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the Ganabhaban on Sunday, Jun 13, 2021. Photo: PMO

  • Army chief-designate Quarter Master General SM Shafiuddin Ahmed and Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Operations) Rear Admiral M Abu Ashraf put the badge of air marshal on the uniform of new Air Force chief Sheikh Abdul Hannan in the presence of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the Ganabhaban on Sunday, Jun 13, 2021. Photo: PMO

    Army chief-designate Quarter Master General SM Shafiuddin Ahmed and Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Operations) Rear Admiral M Abu Ashraf put the badge of air marshal on the uniform of new Air Force chief Sheikh Abdul Hannan in the presence of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the Ganabhaban on Sunday, Jun 13, 2021. Photo: PMO

  • Workers fired from Karim Jute Mill and Latif Bawani Jute Mill protest in front of the National Press Club on Sunday, June 13, 2021, demanding their backpay and the reopening of the factories after modernisation. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    Workers fired from Karim Jute Mill and Latif Bawani Jute Mill protest in front of the National Press Club on Sunday, June 13, 2021, demanding their backpay and the reopening of the factories after modernisation. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • Workers fired from Karim Jute Mill and Latif Bawani Jute Mill protest in front of the National Press Club on Sunday, June 13, 2021, demanding their backpay and the reopening of the factories after modernisation. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    Workers fired from Karim Jute Mill and Latif Bawani Jute Mill protest in front of the National Press Club on Sunday, June 13, 2021, demanding their backpay and the reopening of the factories after modernisation. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • The Community Centre, Convention Hall and Catering Association holds a demonstration in front of the National Press Club on Sunday, June 13, 2021, to demand community centres be allowed to reopen amid the pandemic. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    The Community Centre, Convention Hall and Catering Association holds a demonstration in front of the National Press Club on Sunday, June 13, 2021, to demand community centres be allowed to reopen amid the pandemic. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • Bangladesh went through government-enforced lockdowns amid the coronavirus pandemic. The workers of the ship-breaking industry had little to do during the time. But with things gradually returning to normal, the workload in the industry is also picking up. Workers are carrying out their jobs at Dhaka’s Postogola Shoshan Ghat. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Bangladesh went through government-enforced lockdowns amid the coronavirus pandemic. The workers of the ship-breaking industry had little to do during the time. But with things gradually returning to normal, the workload in the industry is also picking up. Workers are carrying out their jobs at Dhaka’s Postogola Shoshan Ghat. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • Bangladesh went through government-enforced lockdowns amid the coronavirus pandemic. The workers of the ship-breaking industry had little to do during the time. But with things gradually returning to normal, the workload in the industry is also picking up. Workers are carrying out their jobs at Dhaka’s Postogola Shoshan Ghat. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Bangladesh went through government-enforced lockdowns amid the coronavirus pandemic. The workers of the ship-breaking industry had little to do during the time. But with things gradually returning to normal, the workload in the industry is also picking up. Workers are carrying out their jobs at Dhaka’s Postogola Shoshan Ghat. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

  • Bangladesh went through government-enforced lockdowns amid the coronavirus pandemic. The workers of the ship-breaking industry had little to do during the time. But with things gradually returning to normal, the workload in the industry is also picking up. Workers are carrying out their jobs at Dhaka’s Postogola Shoshan Ghat. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi

    Bangladesh went through government-enforced lockdowns amid the coronavirus pandemic. The workers of the ship-breaking industry had little to do during the time. But with things gradually returning to normal, the workload in the industry is also picking up. Workers are carrying out their jobs at Dhaka’s Postogola Shoshan Ghat. Photo: Mahmud Zaman Ovi