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    Govt increases rice import duty
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    Pakistani children worst affected in HIV outbreak
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    Joko Widodo wins second term as president
  • 67 % work of Padma Bridge completed
    67 % work of Padma Bridge completed
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Long queues at Kamalapur Railway Station in the capital on Wednesday as people are waiting to buy advance train tickets for Eid travels on the first day of sale.	photo : Observer
Long queues at Kamalapur Railway Station in the capital on Wednesday as people are waiting to buy advance train tickets for Eid travels on the first day of sale. photo : Observer
Deputy Commissioner of Dhaka Abu Saleh Md Ferdous Khan handing over a cheque of Tk 10,000 to a destitute family at the DC Office in presence of Social Ministry officials, lawyers and journalists in the city on Wednesday after a 
photograph of a sleeping child tethered to her mother with a rope was published in The Daily Observer on May 21 which drew the attention of the authorities to mitigate their plight.	Photo : Jibon Amir
Deputy Commissioner of Dhaka Abu Saleh Md Ferdous Khan handing over a cheque of Tk 10,000 to a destitute family at the DC Office in presence of Social Ministry officials, lawyers and journalists in the city on Wednesday after a photograph of a sleeping child tethered to her mother with a rope was published in The Daily Observer on May 21 which drew the attention of the authorities to mitigate their plight. Photo : Jibon Amir
Indonesian anti-riot police take their position to disperse the mob during an overnight-violent demonstration near by the Elections Oversight Body (Bawaslu) in Jakarta on May 22, 2019. Indonesian police fired tear gas to disperse demonstrators in downtown Jakarta early Wednesday after a rally opposed to President Joko Widodo's re-election, an AFP reporter said.	photo : AFP
Indonesian anti-riot police take their position to disperse the mob during an overnight-violent demonstration near by the Elections Oversight Body (Bawaslu) in Jakarta on May 22, 2019. Indonesian police fired tear gas to disperse demonstrators in downtown Jakarta early Wednesday after a rally opposed to President Joko Widodo's re-election, an AFP reporter said. photo : AFP
Women hold signs during a protest against recently passed abortion ban bills at the Georgia State Capitol building, on May 21 in Atlanta, Georgia. The Georgia
Women hold signs during a protest against recently passed abortion ban bills at the Georgia State Capitol building, on May 21 in Atlanta, Georgia. The Georgia "heartbeat" bill would ban abortion when a foetal heartbeat is detected. The Alabama abortion law, signed by Gov. Kay Ivey last week, includes no exceptions for cases of rape and incest, outlawing all abortions except when necessary to prevent serious health problems for the woman. Though women are exempt from criminal and civil liability, the new law punishes doctors for performing an abortion, making the procedure a Class A felony punishable by up to 99 years in prison. photo : AFP
Nari Unnayan Shakti Award-winner journalists with guests pose for a group photo at an award-giving ceremony organised by Nari Unnayan Shakti (NUS) at the Jatiya Press Club on Tuesday. The NUS awarded seven journalists in print and electronic media for their special reports on
Nari Unnayan Shakti Award-winner journalists with guests pose for a group photo at an award-giving ceremony organised by Nari Unnayan Shakti (NUS) at the Jatiya Press Club on Tuesday. The NUS awarded seven journalists in print and electronic media for their special reports on "empowering slum women and girls through reducing gender-based sexual and domestic violence in family". photo: observer
Algerian students scuffle with riot police during a demonstration in the capital Algiers on May 21. Algeria's army chief urged demonstrators on May 20 to accept presidential polls set for July 4 to elect a successor to ousted president Abdelaziz Bouteflika.	photo : AFP
Algerian students scuffle with riot police during a demonstration in the capital Algiers on May 21. Algeria's army chief urged demonstrators on May 20 to accept presidential polls set for July 4 to elect a successor to ousted president Abdelaziz Bouteflika. photo : AFP
A group of youth with pillows formed a human chain in front of the National Press Club on Monday protesting the alleged irregularities in purchasing furniture and other household items for the officials and employees of Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant.	photo: Observer
A group of youth with pillows formed a human chain in front of the National Press Club on Monday protesting the alleged irregularities in purchasing furniture and other household items for the officials and employees of Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant. photo: Observer
Long queues at Kamalapur Railway Station in the capital on Wednesday as people are waiting to buy advance train tickets for Eid travels on the first day of sale.	photo : Observer
Deputy Commissioner of Dhaka Abu Saleh Md Ferdous Khan handing over a cheque of Tk 10,000 to a destitute family at the DC Office in presence of Social Ministry officials, lawyers and journalists in the city on Wednesday after a 
photograph of a sleeping child tethered to her mother with a rope was published in The Daily Observer on May 21 which drew the attention of the authorities to mitigate their plight.	Photo : Jibon Amir
Indonesian anti-riot police take their position to disperse the mob during an overnight-violent demonstration near by the Elections Oversight Body (Bawaslu) in Jakarta on May 22, 2019. Indonesian police fired tear gas to disperse demonstrators in downtown Jakarta early Wednesday after a rally opposed to President Joko Widodo's re-election, an AFP reporter said.	photo : AFP
Women hold signs during a protest against recently passed abortion ban bills at the Georgia State Capitol building, on May 21 in Atlanta, Georgia. The Georgia
Nari Unnayan Shakti Award-winner journalists with guests pose for a group photo at an award-giving ceremony organised by Nari Unnayan Shakti (NUS) at the Jatiya Press Club on Tuesday. The NUS awarded seven journalists in print and electronic media for their special reports on
Algerian students scuffle with riot police during a demonstration in the capital Algiers on May 21. Algeria's army chief urged demonstrators on May 20 to accept presidential polls set for July 4 to elect a successor to ousted president Abdelaziz Bouteflika.	photo : AFP
A group of youth with pillows formed a human chain in front of the National Press Club on Monday protesting the alleged irregularities in purchasing furniture and other household items for the officials and employees of Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant.	photo: Observer
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