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Pedestrians face difficulties as the WASA digs the road in front of the National Press Club and piles up construction materials on the road. The photo was taken on Thursday. â Sony Ramany
Pedestrians face difficulties as the WASA digs the road in front of the National Press Club and piles up construction materials on the road. The photo was taken on Thursday. â Sony Ramany



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Pedestrians face difficulties as the WASA digs the road in front of the National Press Club and piles up construction materials on the road. The photo was taken on Thursday. â Sony Ramany
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Workers melt metal without any safety equipment, thus risking their life in a fatal accident any moment at Keraniganj dockyard. The photo was taken on Thursday. â Indrajit Ghosh
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