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BANGLADESH-FISH/
RTR2S5GS
October 03, 2011
A vendor sells hilsha fish at Kawranbazar in Dhaka October 3, 2011. From time immemorial, Bangladeshis...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
A vendor sells hilsha fish at Kawranbazar in Dhaka
A vendor sells hilsha fish at Kawranbazar in Dhaka October 3, 2011. From time immemorial, Bangladeshis have been passionate about hilsha fish, a strongly flavoured, white-fleshed fish known for its mouthwatering smell while cooking -- and a required menu item at New Year's and other family celebrations. But the dazzling silver creature that was declared the country's national fish upon independence in 1971 now has become a much rarer sight on tables due to rising prices. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
BANGLADESH-FISH/
RTR2S5GR
October 03, 2011
A vendor sells hilsha fish at Kawranbazar in Dhaka October 3, 2011. From time immemorial, Bangladeshis...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
A vendor sells hilsha fish at Kawranbazar in Dhaka
A vendor sells hilsha fish at Kawranbazar in Dhaka October 3, 2011. From time immemorial, Bangladeshis have been passionate about hilsha fish, a strongly flavoured, white-fleshed fish known for its mouthwatering smell while cooking -- and a required menu item at New Year's and other family celebrations. But the dazzling silver creature that was declared the country's national fish upon independence in 1971 now has become a much rarer sight on tables due to rising prices. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
BANGLADESH-HILSHA/
RTR1RTVD
July 14, 2007
Traders display silvery hilsha at the Soarikhat wholesale market in Dhaka, July 14, 2007. Bangladesh...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Traders display silvery hilsha at the Soarikhat wholesale market in Dhaka
Traders display silvery hilsha at the Soarikhat wholesale market in Dhaka, July 14, 2007. Bangladesh has banned hoarding and export of its national fish, called the hilsha, for the next six months to keep prices down in markets and to ensure supplies. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH)
BANGLADESH-HILSHA/
RTR1RTVB
July 14, 2007
Traders on boats show silvery hilsha to vendors at Soarikhat harbour in Dhaka, July 14, 2007. Bangladesh...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Traders on boats show silvery hilsha to vendors at Soarikhat harbour in Dhaka
Traders on boats show silvery hilsha to vendors at Soarikhat harbour in Dhaka, July 14, 2007. Bangladesh has banned hoarding and export of its national fish, called the hilsha, for the next six months to keep prices down in markets and to ensure supplies. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH)
BANGLADESH-HILSHA/
RTR1RTVA
July 14, 2007
A labourer carries silvery hilsha unloaded from a boat at Soarikhat harbour in Dhaka, July 14, 2007....
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Labourer carries silvery hilsha unloaded from a boat at Soarikhat harbour in Dhaka
A labourer carries silvery hilsha unloaded from a boat at Soarikhat harbour in Dhaka, July 14, 2007. Bangladesh has banned hoarding and export of its national fish, called the hilsha, for the next six months to keep prices down in markets and to ensure supplies. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH)
BANGLADESH-HILSHA/
RTR1RTV9
July 14, 2007
Workers unload silvery hilsha from boats at Soarikhat harbour in Dhaka, July 14, 2007. Bangladesh has...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Workers unload silvery hilsha from boats at Soarikhat harbour in Dhaka
Workers unload silvery hilsha from boats at Soarikhat harbour in Dhaka, July 14, 2007. Bangladesh has banned hoarding and export of its national fish, called the hilsha, for the next six months to keep prices down in markets and to ensure supplies. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH)
BANGLADESH-HILSHA/
RTR1RTV8
July 14, 2007
Workers unload silvery hilsha from boats at Soarikhat harbour in Dhaka, July 14, 2007. Bangladesh has...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Workers unload silvery hilsha from boats at Soarikhat harbour in Dhaka
Workers unload silvery hilsha from boats at Soarikhat harbour in Dhaka, July 14, 2007. Bangladesh has banned hoarding and export of its national fish, called the hilsha, for the next six months to keep prices down in markets and to ensure supplies. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH)
BANGLADESH-HILSHA/
RTR1RTV7
July 14, 2007
A trader on a boat shows silvery hilsha to vendors at Soarikhat harbour in Dhaka, July 14, 2007. Bangladesh...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Trader on a boat shows silvery hilsha to vendors near Soarikhat harbour in Dhaka
A trader on a boat shows silvery hilsha to vendors at Soarikhat harbour in Dhaka, July 14, 2007. Bangladesh has banned hoarding and export of its national fish, called the hilsha, for the next six months to keep prices down in markets and to ensure supplies. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH)
BANGLADESH-HILSHA/
RTR1RTV6
July 14, 2007
Traders display fishes at the Soarikhat wholesale market in Dhaka, July 14, 2007. Bangladesh has banned...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Traders display fishes at the Soarikhat wholesale market in Dhaka
Traders display fishes at the Soarikhat wholesale market in Dhaka, July 14, 2007. Bangladesh has banned hoarding and export of its national fish, called the hilsha, for the next six months to keep prices down in markets and to ensure supplies. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH)
BANGLADESH-HILSHA/
RTR1RTV5
July 14, 2007
Traders display fishes at the Soarikhat wholesale market in Dhaka, July 14, 2007. Bangladesh has banned...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Traders display fishes at the Soarikhat wholesale market in Dhaka
Traders display fishes at the Soarikhat wholesale market in Dhaka, July 14, 2007. Bangladesh has banned hoarding and export of its national fish, called the hilsha, for the next six months to keep prices down in markets and to ensure supplies. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH)
BANGLADESH-HILSHA
RTR1RH95
July 05, 2007
A vendor displays hilsha fish at a market in Dhaka, July 5, 2007. Bangladesh has banned hoarding and...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
A vendor displays hilsha fish at a market in Dhaka
A vendor displays hilsha fish at a market in Dhaka, July 5, 2007. Bangladesh has banned hoarding and export of its national fish, called the hilsha, for next six months to keep prices down in markets and to ensure supplies. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman.(BANGLADESH)
BANGLADESH-HILSHA/
RTR1RH92
July 05, 2007
Vendors sort hilsha fish at a market on the banks of the river Buriganga in Dhaka, July 5, 2007. Bangladesh...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Vendors sort hilsha fish at a market on the banks of the river Buriganga in Dhaka
Vendors sort hilsha fish at a market on the banks of the river Buriganga in Dhaka, July 5, 2007. Bangladesh has banned hoarding and export of its national fish, called the hilsha, for next six months to keep prices down in markets and to ensure supplies. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman. (BANGLADESH)
BANGLADESH-HILSHA/
RTR1RH8Z
July 05, 2007
A Vendor holds up two hilsha fish at a market on the banks of the river Buriganga in Dhaka, July 5, 2007....
Dhaka, Bangladesh
A Vendor holds up two hilsha fish at a market on the banks of the river Buriganga in Dhaka
A Vendor holds up two hilsha fish at a market on the banks of the river Buriganga in Dhaka, July 5, 2007. Bangladesh has banned hoarding and export of its national fish, called the hilsha, for next six months to keep prices down in markets and to ensure supplies. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman.(BANGLADESH)
BANGLADESH-HILSHA
RTR1RH8T
July 05, 2007
Vendors sort hilsha fish on the banks of the river Buriganga after buying them from a market in Dhaka,...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Vendors sort hilsha fish on the banks of the river Buriganga after buying them from a market in Dhaka...
Vendors sort hilsha fish on the banks of the river Buriganga after buying them from a market in Dhaka, July 5, 2007. Bangladesh has banned hoarding and export of its national fish, called the hilsha, for next six months to keep prices down in markets and to ensure supplies. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman. (BANGLADESH)
BANGLADESH-HILSHA/
RTR1RH8P
July 05, 2007
Vendors sort hilsha fish at a market on the banks of the river Buriganga in Dhaka, July 5, 2007. Bangladesh...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Vendors sort hilsha fish at a market on the banks of the river Buriganga in Dhaka
Vendors sort hilsha fish at a market on the banks of the river Buriganga in Dhaka, July 5, 2007. Bangladesh has banned hoarding and export of its national fish, called the hilsha, for next six months to keep prices down in markets and to ensure supplies. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman. (BANGLADESH)
BANGLADESH
RTRI2BT
July 20, 2005
Bangladeshi traders sort Hilsha fishes at a wholesale fish market in Dhaka July 20, 2005. Hilsha, the...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Bangladeshi traders sort Hilsha fishes at wholesale market in Dhaka.
Bangladeshi traders sort Hilsha fishes at a wholesale fish market in Dhaka July 20, 2005. Hilsha, the national fish of Bangladesh and a great delicacy around the world, is caught in Bangladesh mostly during the monsoon season. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman RR/mk
BANGLADESH
RTR3G73
June 01, 2004
Bangladeshi fishermen show their catch of popular Hilsha fish on the river Meghna at Chandpur 170 km...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
BANGLADESHI FISHERMEN SHOW THEIR CATCH OF POPULAR HILSHA FISH SOUTHEAST OF DHAKA.
Bangladeshi fishermen show their catch of popular Hilsha fish on the river Meghna at Chandpur 170 km (106 miles) southeast of the capital Dhaka in this picture taken June 1, 2004. Fishing for Hilsha resumed on Tuesday after a five-month ban that was imposed in January to help breed the popular fish. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman NA/SH
RTRXAXT
September 12, 1998
A fish trader in a Dhaka market sells hilshas, usually rich men's delight, but now available at very...
Bangladesh
A FISH TRADER SELLS HILSHAS AT A DHAKA MARKET.
A fish trader in a Dhaka market sells hilshas, usually rich men's delight, but now available at very cheap rates following the floods, September 12. Fishermen said they had a bumper catch of hilshas both in the Bay of Bengal and rivers, and often have to dump some of the catch back in water as their boats are unable to carry them all. The floods have killed at least 880 people and left millions homeless across Bangladesh.

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