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Tuesday, 19 November, 2019, 11:17 AM
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    Onion price reduces at wholesale level
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    Bangladeshi languishing in Malaysia jail, tortured
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    PEC, Ebtedayee exams begin
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    Myanmar rejects ICC probe over Rohingya
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    'Chive' can be alternative to onion: Agri scientists
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State Minister for Foreign Affairs M Shahriar Alam addressing a roundtable discussion titled 'Necessity of Rohingya Repatriation in the Context of Regional and Global Situation' held at the National Press Club on Monday. The Institute of Conflict, Law and Development Studies (ICLDS) and the daily Bhorer Kagoj jointly arranged the event.	photo : Observer
State Minister for Foreign Affairs M Shahriar Alam addressing a roundtable discussion titled 'Necessity of Rohingya Repatriation in the Context of Regional and Global Situation' held at the National Press Club on Monday. The Institute of Conflict, Law and Development Studies (ICLDS) and the daily Bhorer Kagoj jointly arranged the event. photo : Observer
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina speaking at a dinner arranged in her of honour by the Bangladesh Embassy in Abu Dhabi at Shangri-La Hotel on Sunday.	photo : pid
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina speaking at a dinner arranged in her of honour by the Bangladesh Embassy in Abu Dhabi at Shangri-La Hotel on Sunday. photo : pid
Road digging goes on in the name of installing electric cables, causing troubles for the pedestrians as well as vehicles. The photo was taken from Hatirpool in the capital.	photo: observer
Road digging goes on in the name of installing electric cables, causing troubles for the pedestrians as well as vehicles. The photo was taken from Hatirpool in the capital. photo: observer
A bus conductor returning fares to the passengers as the vehicles was intercepted by the mobile court of Bangladesh Road Transport Authority for checking documents at Manik Mia Avenue in the capital on Monday.	photo: observer
A bus conductor returning fares to the passengers as the vehicles was intercepted by the mobile court of Bangladesh Road Transport Authority for checking documents at Manik Mia Avenue in the capital on Monday. photo: observer
Protesters clash with Iraqi riot police vehicles during a demonstration on November 18. 315 people were killed since the start of mass unrest in Baghdad and southern Iraq in early October, the largest demonstrations since the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003.	Photo : Reuters
Protesters clash with Iraqi riot police vehicles during a demonstration on November 18. 315 people were killed since the start of mass unrest in Baghdad and southern Iraq in early October, the largest demonstrations since the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003. Photo : Reuters
People sit at a cafe in a flooded street during a period of seasonal high water in Venice, Italy, on November 18. Venice suffered devastating floods this week with the water peaking at 150 cm (4.9 feet), marking the worst week for the city since official tide statistics were produced in 1872.	Photo : Reuters
People sit at a cafe in a flooded street during a period of seasonal high water in Venice, Italy, on November 18. Venice suffered devastating floods this week with the water peaking at 150 cm (4.9 feet), marking the worst week for the city since official tide statistics were produced in 1872. Photo : Reuters
Reluctance to follow traffic rules and jaywalking contribute to high pedestrian fatalities in the capital. The picture taken on Sunday shows some peopler jumping over the central reservation of Dhaka-Ctg Highway at Rayerbag in the capital when there is a footbridge just steps away.	photo : Observer
Reluctance to follow traffic rules and jaywalking contribute to high pedestrian fatalities in the capital. The picture taken on Sunday shows some peopler jumping over the central reservation of Dhaka-Ctg Highway at Rayerbag in the capital when there is a footbridge just steps away. photo : Observer
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