Today's Gallery (2018.02.05) | The Daily Star

Today's Gallery (2018.02.05)

street sweeping truck

A Dhaka North City Corporation street sweeping truck cleaning Manik Mia Avenue in the capital yesterday. The two Dhaka city corporations imported a number of them in the last couple of years. Photo: Rashed Shumon

street sweeping truck

Photo: Rashed Shumon

accident may happen anytime

Exposed electric cables precariously poke their heads out of a pole in front of Bangabandhu Museum on Dhanmondi-32 in the capital. A lot of people use this road every day, and an accident may happen anytime. The photo was taken yesterday. Photo: Prabir Das

Crabs

Crabs being sold on the Kuakata beach yesterday defying a two-month ban on catching them from the Sundarbans during their breeding season. Photo: Star

illegal stone extraction

This little girl calls it a day after extracting what the locals term "red" stones. Though she is supposed to be at a school at this stage of life, education is an unaffordable luxury to her. Children like her eke out a living by selling the stones to buyers. However, illegal stone extraction remains a concern. In January, a woman died in a mudslide while digging the earth. The photo was taken from Jaflong in Sylhet's Goainghat upazila recently. Photo: Sheikh Nasir

awards to seven best colleges

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina handing over awards to seven best colleges in performance ranking of National University at its “Education Rally” in the capital's Bangabandhu International Conference Centre yesterday. Photo: BSS

Teachers hunger strike

Teachers of non-government primary schools continuing their hunger strike in front of Jatiya Press Club in the capital yesterday, demanding nationalisation of their institutions. Photo: Star

photo exhibits at Dhaka University

Foreign visitors look at photo exhibits with narrations of the 1952 Language Movement that the students started at Dhaka University. The International Mother Language Institute has been witnessing a large number of visitors from home and abroad on the occasion of International Mother Language Day this month. The photo was taken in the capital's Segunbagicha yesterday. Photo: Prabir Das

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