03 July, 2021

  • People crossing the Buriganga river by boats at Sadarghat in Dhaka as motorised passenger transportation is banned amid a nationwide coronavirus lockdown. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    People crossing the Buriganga river by boats at Sadarghat in Dhaka as motorised passenger transportation is banned amid a nationwide coronavirus lockdown. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • People crossing the Buriganga river by boats at Sadarghat in Dhaka as motorised passenger transportation is banned amid a nationwide coronavirus lockdown. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    People crossing the Buriganga river by boats at Sadarghat in Dhaka as motorised passenger transportation is banned amid a nationwide coronavirus lockdown. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • With schools closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, slum-dwelling children of Kathalbagan play marbles on the footpath outside Pani Bhaban at Pantha Path in Dhaka. Photo: Golam Mortuza Antu

    With schools closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, slum-dwelling children of Kathalbagan play marbles on the footpath outside Pani Bhaban at Pantha Path in Dhaka. Photo: Golam Mortuza Antu

  • With schools closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, slum-dwelling children of Kathalbagan play marbles on the footpath outside Pani Bhaban at Pantha Path in Dhaka. Photo: Golam Mortuza Antu

    With schools closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, slum-dwelling children of Kathalbagan play marbles on the footpath outside Pani Bhaban at Pantha Path in Dhaka. Photo: Golam Mortuza Antu

  • Swapan Sarker from Khulna has been running a salon in Old Dhaka’s Nazirabazar for a decade. He used to live and have his meals in a mess, but a financial crisis induced by the coronavirus crisis has forced him to live, cook and eat at the salon now. Moreover, he could not return home due to the ongoing lockdown. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    Swapan Sarker from Khulna has been running a salon in Old Dhaka’s Nazirabazar for a decade. He used to live and have his meals in a mess, but a financial crisis induced by the coronavirus crisis has forced him to live, cook and eat at the salon now. Moreover, he could not return home due to the ongoing lockdown. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • Swapan Sarker from Khulna has been running a salon in Old Dhaka’s Nazirabazar for a decade. He used to live and have his meals in a mess, but a financial crisis induced by the coronavirus crisis has forced him to live, cook and eat at the salon now. Moreover, he could not return home due to the ongoing lockdown. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    Swapan Sarker from Khulna has been running a salon in Old Dhaka’s Nazirabazar for a decade. He used to live and have his meals in a mess, but a financial crisis induced by the coronavirus crisis has forced him to live, cook and eat at the salon now. Moreover, he could not return home due to the ongoing lockdown. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • Buses are parked at Shimulia pier in Munshiganj amid a ban on passenger transport during a lockdown over spiralling coronavirus cases and deaths. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    Buses are parked at Shimulia pier in Munshiganj amid a ban on passenger transport during a lockdown over spiralling coronavirus cases and deaths. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

  • Buses are parked at Shimulia pier in Munshiganj amid a ban on passenger transport during a lockdown over spiralling coronavirus cases and deaths. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove

    Buses are parked at Shimulia pier in Munshiganj amid a ban on passenger transport during a lockdown over spiralling coronavirus cases and deaths. Photo: Asif Mahmud Ove