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VIDEO
GALLERY
Members of Bangladesh Army taking position with an armoured car ahead of an operation on a suspected militant hideout in Sylhet's Shibbarhi on Saturday, 30 hours into a siege of the compound. photo: Observer
Alamdanga Baddhabhumi (killing field) where at least 1000 innocent people including 22 local freedom fighters were killed by Pakistani army.
Jamdani weavers in Rupganj of Narayanganj working overtime ahead of the Pahela Baishakh as women around the country celebrate the Bengali New Year wearing colourful Jamdani sarees. The photo was taken on Tuesday. Photo: Ashik Mohammad
A man washing chemical tinted poly bags in pitch-black water of the Buriganga near Swarighat in the capital on Tuesday. Though the government has already spent crores of taka on its much-hyped Buriganga-Turag River Cleaning Project, the rivers remain contaminated with toxic wastes, as the pollution sources could not be plugged. Photo: Observer
The freak rainfall across the country, apparently due to climate change, in the Bengali month of Chaitra, baffles a mother robin peering out of its nest in a hole of a tree as does the humans, most of whom may not have seen such a phenomena occurring in a lifetime. The photo was taken from TSC area on Tuesday. Photo : Jibon Amir
Farmers of the Kushtia district are happy over a bumper production of onion in the current year.
A vast sandy char of the Brahmaputra River in Chilmari upazila here has turned green as more than 100 of landless women are growing pumpkin on the island.
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Combing operation in booby-trapped bldg  continues, four bodies yet to be identified
Reminiscence of Liberation War
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