Today's Gallery (2018.08.04) | The Daily Star

Today's Gallery (2018.08.04)

NO RESPITE in sight

The main entrance to the fire service training complex in the city's Mirpur-10 is waterlogged after a moderate rain. Locals blamed the waterlogging on poor drainage. The photo was taken yesterday. Photo: Palash Khan

indian cattle

A batch of Indian cattle which just arrived in Sylhet are supposed to be sold as sacrificial animals ahead of Eid-ul-Adha due late this month. But the health of the cattle, which were bought at low prices, is a cause for concern. They are not only skinny, but their bodies bear sores. People fear that traders would fatten the animals using harmful medicines within a short time and make them ready for sale at high prices. The photo was taken in Dakkhin Surma area of Sylhet city yesterday.Photo: Sheikh Nasir

plucks water lilies

A man plucks water lilies from a water body in Munshiganj's Sirajdikhan. The national flower of Bangladesh, which is also consumed as a vegetable, is providing livelihoods to hundreds of families of the district during the monsoon, as arable land is usually inundated during the season.Photo: Farhana Mirza

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