Today's Gallery (2019.07.20) | The Daily Star

Today's Gallery (2019.07.20)

Photo of the day

THE MAN WHO BRINGS HOME FLOWERS FOR HIS DAUGHTERS EVERY DAY... Sitting beside a tree on Dhaka University campus, Jamal Uddin makes a garland with bokul flowers. Every morning, the 52-year-old collects these small, sweet-smelling white flowers from Ramna Park and makes around 40 garlands. He sells each for Tk 10. Jamal said most of his regulars are university students who always greet him with a smile. But, he said, the best part of his day is when he returns home with remaining bokuls, gives them to his three daughters and sees them beaming with joy. Photo: Prabir Das

polythene use remain ineffective

A man sifting through a field of throwaway plastic in search of saleable objects at Signboard near Dhaka-Chattogram highway. Such pictures reveal that the initiatives to curb polythene use remain ineffective. The photo was taken last week. Photo: Anisur Rahman

footpath occupied

Pedestrians walk by what is left of the footpath occupied for about a month by a lorry in the capital’s Tejgaon area. the photo was taken yesterday. Photo: Star

death penalty for rapist

People under the banner of “Shacheton Nagorik Samaj” formed a human chain in front of Jatiya Press Club yesterday, demanding death penalty for rapists. Photo: Star

Debris of the Night

Fahad Al Alam’s third photo exhibition titled “Debris of the Night” opened to the audience yesterday at the capital’s Shunno Art Space. His photography revolves around vintage, out-of-date, analogue cameras and films. The exhibition will continue till August 10. Photo: Collected

Humayun Ahmed seventh death anniversary

Fans of Humayun Ahmed, under the banner of “Himu Paribahan”, walk barefoot, emulating one of the most beloved characters created by the noted writer, towards his grave at Nuhash Polli in Gazipur. Family, friends and fans paid their respects to the wordsmith on his seventh death anniversary yesterday. Photo: Star

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