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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

A statue of Mae Kuan Im, the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy, at a shrine in Hua Hin district of Thailand. August 25, 2007.

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

Ethnic girls offer flowers to the river on a day of Rangamati village fair. Bangladesh. 2006.

Black smoke billows out as fire fighters try to content a raging fire in the 11-storey Bangladesh Steel and Engineering Corporation (BSEC) building, in Karwan Bazar, Dhaka, Bangladesh. February 26, 2007.

Black smoke billows out as fire fighters try to content a raging fire in the 11-storey Bangladesh Steel and Engineering Corporation (BSEC) building, in Karwan Bazar, Dhaka, Bangladesh. February 26, 2007.

16th December 1971: on their way to surrender at Ramna Park, a group of Pakistani soldiers have a brief skirmish with the Mukt Bahini (freedom fighters) in front of Hotel Intercontinental. Moments later the soldiers surrendered with their hands raised. Bangladesh.

A portrait of Mr. Tone Dalbot, one of the very few priests of the traditional Garo religion known as Sangsarek, in Madhupur. Sangsarek is an animistic religion now facing extinction in the face of mass conversion of Garos into other religions. Madhupur, Tangail, Ba

A sacrificial ritual of Sangsarek, the traditional Garo religion, in Madhupur. This age long animistic religion is facing extinction due to mass conversion of the Garo people into other religions. Madhupur, Tangail, Bangladesh. January 30, 2013.