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A center without voters at Banani Model School around 11:53am Sunday. -- New Age photoA center without voters at Banani Model School around 11:53am Sunday. -- New Age photo



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A center without voters at Banani Model School around 11:53am Sunday. -- New Age photo
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Covered vans are seen parked along Tejgaon industrial area near Sat-rasta Sunday 12:00pm. – New Age photo
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A rare view of Farmgate area Sunday at 11:30am. This is otherwise a busiest intersection in the city. Opposition BNP allies have called simultaneous general strike and blockade programme during today’s polling. – New Age photo
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