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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina poses with award recipients of Rokeya Padak-2013 and others on Rokeya Day at Osmani Memorial Hall, in the capital, Monday morning. – New Age photo.Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina poses with award recipients of Rokeya Padak-2013 and others on Rokeya Day at Osmani Memorial Hall, in the capital, Monday morning. – New Age photo.



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UN assistant secretary general for political affairs Oscar Fernandez-Taranco calls on BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia for the second time in three days at her Gulshan residence on Monday evening. – New Age photo
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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina poses with award recipients of Rokeya Padak-2013 and others on Rokeya Day at Osmani Memorial Hall, in the capital, Monday morning. – New Age photo.
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Sony Ramany, a New Age photo journalist, receiving a crest from eminent journalist ABM Musa. Sony won the competition on the theme Illustrating the negative effects that corruption has on your world, organized by Transparency International in Gemany. Transparency International Bangladesh accorded him a reception during the prize distribution ceremony at BRAC centre in the capital, Monday. – New Age photo
Sony Ramany, a New Age photo journalist, receiving a crest from eminent journalist ABM Musa. Sony won the competition on the theme Illustrating the negative effects that corruption has on your world, organized by Transparency International in Gemany. Transparency International Bangladesh accorded him a reception during the prize distribution ceremony at BRAC centre in the capital, Monday. – New Age photo Full story
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