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8/18/2006
 

          A large number of shanties have been erected on both sides of the rail-line at the city's Karwan Bazar, facilitating illegal drug business and causing frequent road mishaps. The snapshot was taken Thursday. FE Photo by Masud Parvez Milon

 

 
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