Saturday, December 24, 2011

Cold wave sweeps across country

National highway (p.alo)

Crops under dense fog (p.alo)

beating off wintry chill- village scene (p.alo)

A northern town under dense fog

Traffic disruption at ferry ghat daulatdia-paturia

bunch together to share body heat (

Banglamotor scene


wool for knitting (media)


Bhapa pitha

egg- boiled or scrambled

warm clothes in demand

spicy roll and kebab

Mirpur Road

steaming 'bhapa pitha' (rice cake)- people's favourite

segunbagicha (star)


new age



rough carpets

Sonargaon square

Dhanmandi R/A

Hatirpul market

Keeping warm (k.kantha)

Patients at DMC without bed (media pic)

Migratory birds arrive in savar lakes (

Shuttle train resumes from Chittagong to Ctg. University (

When existing roads and bridges damaged, a new diversion road hurriedly built at Ashuganj obstructing flow of Titas river at many points for transhipment of Indian goods by 350ton capacity multi-wheel heavy vehicles above (ekusheyTV)

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Nation celebrates Victory Day!

Paper balloon (fanush) released at the TSC of DU on the eve of Victory Day.Paper balloon released at the TSC of DU on the eve of Victory Day (media pic)

A child pays homage to the martyred intellectuals at Rayerbazar Killing Field by laying a bouquet of flowers on Wednesday (media pic)

Egrets in Gulshan-Begunbari canal

Activists of Bangladesh Chhatra League and Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal lock into a clash at the National Mausoleum gate in Savar (media pic) that halted traffic movement for half hours (media pic)

First China Friendship Buriganga Bridge blocked over toll collection (media pic)

Water buses operate between Sadarghat and Gabtoli incurring a loss of Tk 20,000 a day on the verge of collapse (

News in media:
-Government appointed on Wednesday Awami League leaders as administrators to 61 zila parishads (district councils).
-Rising "missing people and secrete killings" poses threat.
-5 lists of Freedom Fighters so far made, first list made in 1987 was 69,000, number shot up to 1.8 lakh in 1988, slide down to 83,000 in 1994, count rose to 1.54 lakh in 1999. The list gazetted in 2002 stood 1.98 lakh.