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Two young girls at the opening ceremony of the 10th ICC Cricket World Cup, in Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh. February 17, 2011.

Traditional slate roofed homes on hill slopes at a village in Dhital, Kaski, Nepal. January 23, 2010.

A teacher gives an English class at a school in Dhital, Kaski, Nepal. January 25, 2010.

Students from the Institute of Fine Arts, Dhaka University, paint colorful designs locally known as alpona, on the pavement in front of Central Shaheed Minar (Martyr's Monument), ahead of the International Mother Language Day on 21st February 2011. Dhaka, Banglades

Students from the Institute of Fine Arts, Dhaka University, paint colorful designs locally known as alpona, on the pavement in front of Central Shaheed Minar (Martyr's Monument), ahead of the International Mother Language Day on 21st February 2011. Dhaka, Banglades

Students from the Institute of Fine Arts, Dhaka University, paint colorful designs locally known as alpona, on the pavement in front of Central Shaheed Minar (Martyr's Monument), ahead of the International Mother Language Day on 21st February 2011. Dhaka, Banglades

The Central Shaheed Minar (Martyr’s Monument) with a facelift on 20th February Sunday, ahead of the International Mother Language Day that begins at 12:01 am. on 21st February. Dhaka, Bangladesh. February 20, 2011.

The Central Shaheed Minar (Martyr’s Monument) with a facelift on 20th February Sunday, ahead of the International Mother Language Day that begins at 12:01 am. on 21st February. Dhaka, Bangladesh. February 20, 2011.

The Central Shaheed Minar (Martyr’s Monument) with a facelift on 20th February Sunday, ahead of the International Mother Language Day that begins at 12:01 am. on 21st February. Dhaka, Bangladesh. February 20, 2011.

A portrait of Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus, in Dhaka. Born in 28 June 1940 in Chittagong, Professor Yunus is an economist and founder of the Grammen Bank that provides microcredit (small loans) to poor people. In 2006 Yunus and Grameen received the Nobel

Eighty five-year-old Radha Rani Halder of Durgapur village, Bagerhat, is one of the survivors of the Cyclone Sidr that hit the coastal areas of Bangladesh, on 15 November 2007. According to a report from the Disaster Management Information Center of Bangladesh, 336

Eighty five-year-old Radha Rani Halder of Durgapur village, Bagerhat, is one of the survivors of the Cyclone Sidr that hit the coastal areas of Bangladesh, on 15 November 2007. According to a report from the Disaster Management Information Center of Bangladesh, 336