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Drizzling bring sufferings to city dwellers as well as to school goers and their parents. The photo was snapped in front of Willes Little Flower School and College at Kakrail in Dhaka Monday morning. – New Age photoDrizzling bring sufferings to city dwellers as well as to school goers and their parents. The photo was snapped in front of Willes Little Flower School and College at Kakrail in Dhaka Monday morning. – New Age photo

Drizzling bring sufferings to city dwellers as well as to school goers and their parents. The photo was snapped in front of Willes Little Flower School and College at Kakrail in Dhaka Monday morning. – New Age photo




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Low-income people live in a two-storey structure supported by bamboo poles risking their lives at the Rayerbazar embankment in Dhaka on Sunday. — Sony Ramany
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Drizzling bring sufferings to city dwellers as well as to school goers and their parents. The photo was snapped in front of Willes Little Flower School and College at Kakrail in Dhaka Monday morning. – New Age photo
Drizzling bring sufferings to city dwellers as well as to school goers and their parents. The photo was snapped in front of Willes Little Flower School and College at Kakrail in Dhaka Monday morning. – New Age photo Full story
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