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BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
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June 19, 2022 
People get on a boat as they look for shelter during a widespread flood in the northeastern part of the... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
People get on a boat as they look for shelter during a widespread flood in Sylhet 
People get on a boat as they look for shelter during a widespread flood in the northeastern part of the country, in Sylhet, Bangladesh, June 19, 2022. REUTERS/Kazi Salahuddin Razu 
BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTR34EPA 
June 30, 2012 
A flood victim waits for food aid from local organizations in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
A flood victim waits for food aid from local organizations in Sylhet 
A flood victim waits for food aid from local organizations in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left stranded by flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh set off by the heaviest rain in years. The low-lying and densely populated country, which is in its wet season, has been battered by five days of torrential downpours. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT POVERTY) 
BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTR34EP4 
June 30, 2012 
People ride on a boat with their belongings as they seek for shelter in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
People ride on a boat with their belongings as they seek for shelter in Sylhet 
People ride on a boat with their belongings as they seek for shelter in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left stranded by flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh set off by the heaviest rain in years. The low-lying and densely populated country, which is in its wet season, has been battered by five days of torrential downpours. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTR34EOX 
June 30, 2012 
A boy, who is affected by flood swims with a bag of food distributed by local organizations in Sylhet... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
A boy, who is affected by flood swims with a bag of food distributed by local organizations in Sylhet.... 
A boy, who is affected by flood swims with a bag of food distributed by local organizations in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left stranded by flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh set off by the heaviest rain in years. The low-lying and densely populated country, which is in its wet season, has been battered by five days of torrential downpours. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTR34EOM 
June 30, 2012 
People wade through flood water in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
People wade through flood water in Sylhet. 
People wade through flood water in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left stranded by flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh set off by the heaviest rain in years. The low-lying and densely populated country, which is in its wet season, has been battered by five days of torrential downpours. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTR34EOB 
June 30, 2012 
People wait for food to be distributed by local organizations as they take shelter at a school building... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
People wait for food to be distributed by local organizations as they take shelter at a school building... 
People wait for food to be distributed by local organizations as they take shelter at a school building in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left stranded by flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh set off by the heaviest rain in years. The low-lying and densely populated country, which is in its wet season, has been battered by five days of torrential downpours. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY ENVIRONMENT) 
BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTR34ENY 
June 30, 2012 
People wait for food to be distributed by local organizations as they take shelter at a school building... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
People wait for food to be distributed by local organizations as they take shelter at a school building... 
People wait for food to be distributed by local organizations as they take shelter at a school building in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left stranded by flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh set off by the heaviest rain in years. The low-lying and densely populated country, which is in its wet season, has been battered by five days of torrential downpours. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY ENVIRONMENT) 
BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTR34ENK 
June 30, 2012 
People wait for food to be distributed by local organizations as they take shelter at a school building... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
People wait for food to be distributed by local organizations as they take shelter at a school building... 
People wait for food to be distributed by local organizations as they take shelter at a school building in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left stranded by flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh set off by the heaviest rain in years. The low-lying and densely populated country, which is in its wet season, has been battered by five days of torrential downpours. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY ENVIRONMENT) 
BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTR34ENH 
June 30, 2012 
People wait for food to be distributed by local organizations as they take shelter at a school building... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
People wait for food to be distributed by local organizations as they take shelter at a school building... 
People wait for food to be distributed by local organizations as they take shelter at a school building in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left stranded by flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh set off by the heaviest rain in years. The low-lying and densely populated country, which is in its wet season, has been battered by five days of torrential downpours. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY ENVIRONMENT) 
BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTR34EN5 
June 30, 2012 
Children, who are affected by flood jostle to receive food distributed by local organizations from a... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Children, who are affected by flood jostle to receive food distributed by local organizations from a... 
Children, who are affected by flood jostle to receive food distributed by local organizations from a boat in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left stranded by flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh set off by the heaviest rain in years. The low-lying and densely populated country, which is in its wet season, has been battered by five days of torrential downpours. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT POVERTY) 
BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTR34EM7 
June 30, 2012 
Flood victims jostle to receive food distributed by local organizations in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Flood victims jostle to receive food distributed by local organizations in Sylhet 
Flood victims jostle to receive food distributed by local organizations in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left stranded by flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh set off by the heaviest rain in years. The low-lying and densely populated country, which is in its wet season, has been battered by five days of torrential downpours. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT POVERTY) 
BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTR34ELU 
June 30, 2012 
Flood victims jostle to receive food distributed by local organizations in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Flood victims jostle to receive food distributed by local organizations in Sylhet 
Flood victims jostle to receive food distributed by local organizations in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left stranded by flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh set off by the heaviest rain in years. The low-lying and densely populated country, which is in its wet season, has been battered by five days of torrential downpours. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT POVERTY) 
BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTR34ELQ 
June 30, 2012 
A flood victim asks for food aid from local organizations in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
A flood victim asks for food aid from local organizations in Sylhet 
A flood victim asks for food aid from local organizations in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left stranded by flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh set off by the heaviest rain in years. The low-lying and densely populated country, which is in its wet season, has been battered by five days of torrential downpours. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT POVERTY) 
BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTR34ELF 
June 30, 2012 
A flood victim receives food distributed by local organizations in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
A flood victim receives food distributed by local organizations in Sylhet 
A flood victim receives food distributed by local organizations in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left stranded by flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh set off by the heaviest rain in years. The low-lying and densely populated country, which is in its wet season, has been battered by five days of torrential downpours. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT POVERTY) 
BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTR34EL4 
June 30, 2012 
People wait for food to be distributed by local organizations at a flood shelter in Sylhet June 30, 2012.... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
People wait for food distributed by local organizations in a flood shelter in Sylhet. 
People wait for food to be distributed by local organizations at a flood shelter in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left stranded by flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh set off by the heaviest rain in years. The low-lying and densely populated country, which is in its wet season, has been battered by five days of torrential downpours. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY ENVIRONMENT) 
BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTR34EKU 
June 30, 2012 
A girl, who is affected by flood receives food distributed by local organizations in Sylhet June 30,... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
A girl, who is affected by flood receives food distributed by local organizations in Sylhet 
A girl, who is affected by flood receives food distributed by local organizations in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left stranded by flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh set off by the heaviest rain in years. The low-lying and densely populated country, which is in its wet season, has been battered by five days of torrential downpours. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) 
BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTR34EKO 
June 30, 2012 
Flood victims wait for food to be distributed by local organizations at a flood shelter in Sylhet June... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Flood victims wait for food to be distributed by local organizations at a flood shelter in Sylhet 
Flood victims wait for food to be distributed by local organizations at a flood shelter in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left stranded by flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh set off by the heaviest rain in years. The low-lying and densely populated country, which is in its wet season, has been battered by five days of torrential downpours. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTR34EKM 
June 30, 2012 
People wait for food to be distributed by local organizations at a flood shelter in Sylhet June 30, 2012.... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
People wait for food distributed by local organizations in a flood shelter in Sylhet. 
People wait for food to be distributed by local organizations at a flood shelter in Sylhet June 30, 2012. At least 100 people have died and 250,000 left stranded by flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh set off by the heaviest rain in years. The low-lying and densely populated country, which is in its wet season, has been battered by five days of torrential downpours. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
BANGLADESH/
RTR2EQZT 
June 04, 2010 
Stone workers collect stones in boats from the river Piyain in Jaflong, Sylhet May 27, 2010. During monsoon... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Stone workers collect stones in boats from the river Piyain in Jaflong 
Stone workers collect stones in boats from the river Piyain in Jaflong, Sylhet May 27, 2010. During monsoon season, rocks and pebbles wash up from India into the Jaflong and Bholaganj area. These stones are collected to be crushed and sold for use in making roads and in construction. Thousands of workers, including woman and children, work as stone workers here, making about 200 Taka ($ 2.90) a day. Picture taken May 27, 2010. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE 
BANGLADESH/
RTR2EQY8 
June 04, 2010 
Stone workers collect stones in boats from the river Piyain in Jaflong, Sylhet May 27, 2010. During monsoon... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Stone workers collect stones in boats from the river Piyain in Jaflong 
Stone workers collect stones in boats from the river Piyain in Jaflong, Sylhet May 27, 2010. During monsoon season, rocks and pebbles wash up from India into the Jaflong and Bholaganj area. These stones are collected to be crushed and sold for use in making roads and in construction. Thousands of workers, including woman and children, work as stone workers here, making about 200 Taka ($ 2.90) a day. Picture taken May 27, 2010. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE 
BANGLADESH/
RTR2EHXK 
May 28, 2010 
Stone workers collect stones in boats from the river Piyain in Jaflong, Sylhet May 27, 2010. During monsoon... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Stone workers collect stones in boats from the river Piyain in Jaflong 
Stone workers collect stones in boats from the river Piyain in Jaflong, Sylhet May 27, 2010. During monsoon season, rocks and pebbles wash up from India into the Jaflong and Bholaganj area. These stones are collected to be crushed and sold for use in making roads and in construction. Thousands of workers, including woman and children, work as stone workers here, making about 200 Taka ($ 2.90) a day. Picture taken May 27, 2010. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GM1E6641L6M01 
BANGLADESH/
RTR2EHXI 
May 28, 2010 
Stone workers collect stone from the river Piyain in Jaflog, Sylhet May 27, 2010. During monsoon season,... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Stone workers collect stone from the river Piyain in Jaflog 
Stone workers collect stone from the river Piyain in Jaflog, Sylhet May 27, 2010. During monsoon season, rocks and pebbles wash up from India into the Jaflong and Bholaganj area. These stones are collected to be crushed and sold for use in making roads and in construction. Thousands of workers, including woman and children, work as stone workers here, making about 200 Taka ($ 2.90) a day. Picture taken May 27, 2010. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
BANGLADESH/
RTR2EHWF 
May 28, 2010 
A stone worker sleeps under the shade of an umbrella during a break in work at the river Piyain in Jaflong,... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
A stone worker sleeps under the shade of an umbrella during a break in work at the river Piyain in Jaflong... 
A stone worker sleeps under the shade of an umbrella during a break in work at the river Piyain in Jaflong, Sylhet May 28, 2010. During monsoon season, rocks and pebbles wash up from India into the Jaflong and Bholaganj area. These stones are collected to be crushed and sold for use in making roads and in construction. Thousands of workers, including woman and children, work as stone workers here, making about 200 Taka ($ 2.90) a day. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
BANGLADESH/
RTR2EHWE 
May 28, 2010 
Stone worker Sukanto Das unloads the stones he collected in the river Piyain in Jaflong, Sylhet May 28,... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Stone worker Sukanto Das unloads stones from a boat at the river Piyain in Jaflong 
Stone worker Sukanto Das unloads the stones he collected in the river Piyain in Jaflong, Sylhet May 28, 2010. During monsoon season, rocks and pebbles wash up from India into the Jaflong and Bholaganj area. These stones are collected to be crushed and sold for use in making roads and in construction. Thousands of workers, including woman and children, work as stone workers here, making about 200 Taka ($ 2.90) a day. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
BANGLADESH/
RTR2EHWD 
May 28, 2010 
Stone worker Kalpana Rani unloads stones collected from the river in Bholaganj Sylhet May 28, 2010. During... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Stone worker Kalpana Rani unloads stones collected from the river in Bholaganj 
Stone worker Kalpana Rani unloads stones collected from the river in Bholaganj Sylhet May 28, 2010. During monsoon season, rocks and pebbles wash up from India into the Jaflong and Bholaganj area. These stones are collected to be crushed and sold for use in making roads and in construction. Thousands of workers, including woman and children, work as stone workers here, making about 200 Taka ($ 2.90) a day. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
BANGLADESH/
RTR2EHWB 
May 28, 2010 
Stone worker Shila Rani (L) sifts a tray of stones collected from the river Piyain in Jaflong, Sylhet... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Stone worker Shila Rani sifts a tray of stones collected from the river Piyain in Jaflong 
Stone worker Shila Rani (L) sifts a tray of stones collected from the river Piyain in Jaflong, Sylhet May 28, 2010. During monsoon season, rocks and pebbles wash up from India into the Jaflong and Bholaganj area. These stones are collected to be crushed and sold for use in making roads and in construction. Thousands of workers, including woman and children, work as stone workers here, making about 200 Taka ($ 2.90) a day. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT) 
BANGLADESH/
RTR2EHW5 
May 28, 2010 
Stone workers collect stones in boats from the river Piyain in Jaflong, Sylhet May 27, 2010. During monsoon... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Stone workers collect stones in boats from the river Piyain in Jaflong 
Stone workers collect stones in boats from the river Piyain in Jaflong, Sylhet May 27, 2010. During monsoon season, rocks and pebbles wash up from India into the Jaflong and Bholaganj area. These stones are collected to be crushed and sold for use in making roads and in construction. Thousands of workers, including woman and children, work as stone workers here, making about 200 Taka ($ 2.90) a day. Picture taken May 27, 2010. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
BANGLADESH/
RTR2EHW3 
May 28, 2010 
Stone worker Masud (L) washes a basket of stones he had collected from the river Piyain in Jaflong, Sylhet... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Stone worker Masud washes a basket of stones he had collected from the river Piyain in Jaflong 
Stone worker Masud (L) washes a basket of stones he had collected from the river Piyain in Jaflong, Sylhet May 28, 2010. During monsoon season, rocks and pebbles wash up from India into the Jaflong and Bholaganj area. These stones are collected to be crushed and sold for use in making roads and in construction. Thousands of workers, including woman and children, work as stone workers here, making about 200 Taka ($ 2.90) a day. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
BANGLADESH/
RTR2EHW2 
May 28, 2010 
Stone worker Shahana Akhter shows the stones she collected at Bholaganj, Sylhet May 28, 2010. During... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Stone worker Shahana Akhter shows the stones she collected at Bholaganj 
Stone worker Shahana Akhter shows the stones she collected at Bholaganj, Sylhet May 28, 2010. During monsoon season, rocks and pebbles wash up from India into the Jaflong and Bholaganj area. These stones are collected to be crushed and sold for use in making roads and in construction. Thousands of workers, including woman and children, work as stone workers here, making about 200 Taka ($ 2.90) a day. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
BANGLADESH/
RTR2EHW1 
May 28, 2010 
Stone worker Sajeda Begum (C) eats lunch with her son Sohel during a break in work at Bholaganj, Sylhet... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Stone worker Sajeda Begum eats lunch with her son Sohel during a break in work at Bholaganj 
Stone worker Sajeda Begum (C) eats lunch with her son Sohel during a break in work at Bholaganj, Sylhet May 28, 2010. During monsoon season, rocks and pebbles wash up from India into the Jaflong and Bholaganj area. These stones are collected to be crushed and sold for use in making roads and in construction. Thousands of workers, including woman and children, work as stone workers here, making about 200 Taka ($ 2.90) a day. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
BANGLADESH/
RTR2EHW0 
May 28, 2010 
Stone workers Anwar Ali (R) and Kadir (2nd R) load a truck with stones collected in Bholaganj, Sylhet... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Stone workers Anwar Ali and Kadir load a truck with stones collected in Bholaganj 
Stone workers Anwar Ali (R) and Kadir (2nd R) load a truck with stones collected in Bholaganj, Sylhet May 28, 2010. During monsoon season, rocks and pebbles wash up from India into the Jaflong and Bholaganj area. These stones are collected to be crushed and sold for use in making roads and in construction. Thousands of workers, including woman and children, work as stone workers here, making about 200 Taka ($ 2.90) a day. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
BANGLADESH/
RTR20HNG 
July 30, 2008 
M. A Haque, mayor candidate for Sylhet city corporation, meets a supporter during a door to door campaign... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
M. A Haque, mayor candidate for Sylhet city corporation, meets a supporter during a door to door campaign... 
M. A Haque, mayor candidate for Sylhet city corporation, meets a supporter during a door to door campaign in Sylhet, July 30, 2008. The local government election is to be held on August 4. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH) 
BANGLADESH/
RTR20HND 
July 30, 2008 
Asma Kamran, wife of Bodor Uddin Kamran, a mayor candidate for Sylhet city corporation, meets a supporter... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Asma Kamran, wife of Bodor Uddin Kamran, a mayor candidate for Sylhet city corporation, meets a supporter... 
Asma Kamran, wife of Bodor Uddin Kamran, a mayor candidate for Sylhet city corporation, meets a supporter during a door to door campaign in Sylhet, July 30, 2008. Bodor Uddin Kamran, a former mayor of Sylhet, is currently in prison. The local government election is to be held from August 4. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH) 
FOOD-RESTAURANTS/CURRYKING
RTR1JY70 
December 02, 2006 
Chefs cook at celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah's "Heritage" restaurant in Dhaka November, 26, 2006.... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Chefs cook at celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah's "Heritage" restaurant in Dhaka 
Chefs cook at celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah's "Heritage" restaurant in Dhaka November, 26, 2006. Author of at least nine cook books and creator of the mouthwatering "Bangla fusion" culinary style, Bangladesh-born Miah, restaurant owner, TV chef and cook to the stars, has come a long way since his family left the rural poverty of Bangladesh's Sylhet region in 1969 for Britain. In what is perhaps the ultimate test of his culinary expertise, Miah opened the restaurant "Heritage" in Bangladesh in 2004, his first business venture back home. Picture taken November 26, 2006. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH) 
FOOD-RESTAURANTS/CURRYKING
RTR1JY6Z 
December 02, 2006 
Celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah speaks during an interview at his restaurant "Heritage" in Dhaka... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah speaks during an interview at his restaurant "Heritage" in Dhaka... 
Celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah speaks during an interview at his restaurant "Heritage" in Dhaka November, 26, 2006. Author of at least nine cook books and creator of the mouthwatering "Bangla fusion" culinary style, Bangladesh-born Miah, restaurant owner, TV chef and cook to the stars, has come a long way since his family left the rural poverty of Bangladesh's Sylhet region in 1969 for Britain. In what is perhaps the ultimate test of his culinary expertise, Miah opened the restaurant "Heritage" in Bangladesh in 2004, his first business venture back home. Picture taken November 26, 2006. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH) 
FOOD-RESTAURANTS/CURRYKING
RTR1JY6Y 
December 02, 2006 
Members of the staff at celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah's "Heritage" restaurant attend to guests... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Members of the staff at celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah's "Heritage" restaurant attend to guests... 
Members of the staff at celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah's "Heritage" restaurant attend to guests in Dhaka November, 26, 2006. Author of at least nine cook books and creator of the mouthwatering "Bangla fusion" culinary style, Bangladesh-born Miah, restaurant owner, TV chef and cook to the stars, has come a long way since his family left the rural poverty of Bangladesh's Sylhet region in 1969 for Britain. In what is perhaps the ultimate test of his culinary expertise, Miah opened the restaurant "Heritage" in Bangladesh in 2004, his first business venture back home. Picture taken November 26, 2006. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH) 
FOOD-RESTAURANTS/CURRYKING
RTR1JY6X 
December 02, 2006 
Celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah (R) attends to guests at his restaurant "Heritage" in Dhaka November,... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah attends to guests at his restaurant "Heritage" in Dhaka 
Celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah (R) attends to guests at his restaurant "Heritage" in Dhaka November, 26, 2006. Author of at least nine cook books and creator of the mouthwatering "Bangla fusion" culinary style, Bangladesh-born Miah, restaurant owner, TV chef and cook to the stars, has come a long way since his family left the rural poverty of Bangladesh's Sylhet region in 1969 for Britain. In what is perhaps the ultimate test of his culinary expertise, Miah opened the restaurant "Heritage" in Bangladesh in 2004, his first business venture back home. Picture taken November 26, 2006. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH) 
FOOD-RESTAURANTS/CURRYKING
RTR1JY6W 
December 02, 2006 
Celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah (C) stands with members of the staff at his restaurant "Heritage"... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah stands with members of the staff at his restaurant "Heritage"... 
Celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah (C) stands with members of the staff at his restaurant "Heritage" in Dhaka November, 26, 2006. Author of at least nine cook books and creator of the mouthwatering "Bangla fusion" culinary style, Bangladesh-born Miah, restaurant owner, TV chef and cook to the stars, has come a long way since his family left the rural poverty of Bangladesh's Sylhet region in 1969 for Britain. In what is perhaps the ultimate test of his culinary expertise, Miah opened the restaurant "Heritage" in Bangladesh in 2004, his first business venture back home. Picture taken November 26, 2006. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH) 
FOOD-RESTAURANTS/CURRYKING
RTR1JY6V 
December 02, 2006 
Celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah stands at the reception of his restaurant "Heritage" in Dhaka... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah stands at the reception of his restaurant "Heritage" in Dhaka 
Celebrity chef Tommy "Curry King" Miah stands at the reception of his restaurant "Heritage" in Dhaka November, 26, 2006. Author of at least nine cook books and creator of the mouthwatering "Bangla fusion" culinary style, Bangladesh-born Miah, restaurant owner, TV chef and cook to the stars, has come a long way since his family left the rural poverty of Bangladesh's Sylhet region in 1969 for Britain. In what is perhaps the ultimate test of his culinary expertise, Miah opened the restaurant "Heritage" in Bangladesh in 2004, his first business venture back home. Picture taken November 26, 2006. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH) 
BANGLADESH ISLAMIST
RTR16SOJ 
March 02, 2006 
Bangladeshi forces drive along a street in Dhaka after nabbing Shayek Abdur Rahman in the northeastern... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Bangladeshi forces drive along a street in Dhaka after nabbing Shayek Abdur Rahman in Sylhet 
Bangladeshi forces drive along a street in Dhaka after nabbing Shayek Abdur Rahman in the northeastern city of Sylhet. The Islamist militant leader blamed for a string of deadly blasts across Bangladesh surrendered on Thursday after a house he was hiding in was besieged by security forces for over 24 hours, officials said. REUTERS/Mohammad Shahidullah. 
DHAKA
RTRCUVB 
October 08, 2004 
Rescuers try to free the pilot and a passenger trapped in a Biman Bangladesh Airlines plane, after it... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Rescuers work to free trapped pilot and passenger from Biman Bangladesh Airlines at Sylhet airport. 
Rescuers try to free the pilot and a passenger trapped in a Biman Bangladesh Airlines plane, after it had skidded off a runway at Sylhet airport on October 8, 2004. At least 25 people were injured when a Bangladesh Biman Airlines Fokker aircraft skidded off the runway in bad weather after landing in the northeastern city of Sylhet on Friday, officials at the airport said. REUTERS/Munir Hossain NA/SH 
BANGLADESH FLOODS
RTR8CBS 
August 09, 2004 
A Bangladeshi family heads back home from a flood shelter as waters began receding in Sylhet in Bangladesh.... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
A Bangladeshi family heads back home from a flood shelter as waters began receding in Sylhet in ... 
A Bangladeshi family heads back home from a flood shelter as waters began receding in Sylhet in Bangladesh. A Bangladeshi family heads back home from a flood shelter as waters began receding in Sylhet 300 km (187 miles) northeast of Dhaka August 9, 2004.Officials said floods in July destroyed millions of hectares of crops across the country. Bangladesh produced over 26 million tonnes rice in 2003. Picture taken on August 9, 2004. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman 
BANGLADESH
RTR8CB1 
August 09, 2004 
Bangladeshi women work on dry rice on a highway near Sylhet 300 km (187 miles) northeast of Dhaka August... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Bangladeshi women work on dry rice on a highway near Sylhet in Bangladesh. 
Bangladeshi women work on dry rice on a highway near Sylhet 300 km (187 miles) northeast of Dhaka August 9, 2004. Officials said floods in July destroyed millions of hectares of crops across the country. Bangladesh produced over 26 million tonnes rice in 2003. Picture taken on August 9, 2004. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman. JS/LA 
BANGLADESH
RTR8CAT 
August 09, 2004 
Bangladeshi women work on dry rice on a highway near Sylhet 300 km (187 miles) northeast of Dhaka August... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Bangladeshi women work on dry rice on a highway near Sylhet. 
Bangladeshi women work on dry rice on a highway near Sylhet 300 km (187 miles) northeast of Dhaka August 9, 2004. Officials said floods in July destroyed millions of hectares of crops across the country. Bangladesh produced over 26 million tonnes rice in 2003. Picture taken on August 9, 2004. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman. JS/LA 
BANGLADESH
RTR8C90 
August 09, 2004 
A Bangladeshi woman separates dust from rice near Sylhet, 300 km (187 miles) northeast of Dhaka August... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
A Bangladeshi woman separates dust from rice near Sylhet. 
A Bangladeshi woman separates dust from rice near Sylhet, 300 km (187 miles) northeast of Dhaka August 9, 2004. Officials said that floods in July destroyed standing crops in millions of hectares across the country. Bangladesh produced over 26 million tonnes of rice in 2003. Picture taken August 9, 2004. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman. JS/LA 
BANGLADESH BOMB
RTR8C4V 
August 09, 2004 
A Bangladeshi man is treated in hospital after a poweful blast in Sylhet town 300 km (187 miles) northeast... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
An injured Bangladeshi man is treated in a hospital after weekend blast in Sylhet. 
A Bangladeshi man is treated in hospital after a poweful blast in Sylhet town 300 km (187 miles) northeast of Dhaka August 9, 2004. An opposition Awami league official was killed and some 30 others were injured in the blast on Saturday. Photo taken August 9, 2004. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman JS/FA 
BANGLADESH BOMB
RTR8C4O 
August 09, 2004 
A Bangladeshi policeman guards the charred remains of a car at Sylhet town 300 km (187 miles) northeast... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
A Bangladeshi policeman guards remains of a car after weekend blast in Sylhet. 
A Bangladeshi policeman guards the charred remains of a car at Sylhet town 300 km (187 miles) northeast of Dhaka August 9, 2004. An opposition Awami League official was killed and at least 30 others were injured in a bomb blast on Saturday. Photo taken August 9, 2004. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman JS/FA 
DHAKA
RTR6ANQ 
July 11, 2004 
Jeshmin, a Bangladeshi school girl sits on boat as she looks at her flooded village in Companiganj near... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
A SCHOOL GIRL ON A BOAT LOOKS AT HER FLOODED VILLAGE IN BANGLADESH. 
Jeshmin, a Bangladeshi school girl sits on boat as she looks at her flooded village in Companiganj near Sylhet 300km (188 miles) northeast of the capital Dhaka in this photo taken July 10,2004. Floods following a month of incessant heavy rains engulfed vast areas in Bangladesh killing at least 11 people and leaving two million marooned on Saturday on hundreds of islands created by the deluge. (Photo taken Saturday, July 10)REUTERS/rafiqur Rahman RR/LA 
BANGLADESH
RTXMRAU 
July 10, 2004 
Flood waters inundate a Bangladeshi market at a village near Sylhet, [300km (186 miles) from capital... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
Flood waters inundate a Bangladeshi market at a village near Sylhet, [300km (186 miles) from capital..... 
Flood waters inundate a Bangladeshi market at a village near Sylhet, [300km (186 miles) from capital Dhaka], July 10, 2004. Floods following a month of incessant heavy rains engulfed vast areas in Bangladesh killing at least 11 people and leaving two million marooned on Saturday on hundreds of islands created by the deluge. 
BANGLADESH
RTXMRAT 
July 10, 2004 
A Bangladeshi man carries his son as he wades through chest-deep waters at a flooded village near Sylhet,... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
A Bangladeshi man carries his son as he wades through chest-deep waters at a flooded village near Sy..... 
A Bangladeshi man carries his son as he wades through chest-deep waters at a flooded village near Sylhet, [300km (186 miles) from the capital Dhaka], July 10, 2004. Floods following a month of incessant heavy rains engulfed vast areas in Bangladesh killing at least 11 people and leaving two million marooned on Saturday on hundreds of islands created by the deluge. 
BANGLADESH
RTXMRAS 
July 10, 2004 
A Bangladeshi man carries his two daughters through his flooded village as he looks for a rescue boat... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
A Bangladeshi man carries his two daughters through his flooded village as he looks for a rescue boa..... 
A Bangladeshi man carries his two daughters through his flooded village as he looks for a rescue boat in Companiganj near Sylhet, [300km (186 miles) from the capital Dhaka], July 10, 2004. Floods following a month of incessant heavy rains engulfed vast areas in Bangladesh killing at least 11 people and leaving two million marooned on Saturday on hundreds of islands created by the deluge. 
BANGLADESH
RTXMRAR 
July 10, 2004 
A Bangladeshi family evacuates from their flooded village near Sylhet, [300km (186 miles) from the capital... 
Sylhet, Bangladesh 
A Bangladeshi family evacuates from their flooded village near Sylhet, [300km (186 miles) from the c..... 
A Bangladeshi family evacuates from their flooded village near Sylhet, [300km (186 miles) from the capital Dhaka], July 10, 2004. Floods following a month of incessant heavy rains engulfed vast areas in Bangladesh killing at least 11 people and leaving two million marooned on Saturday on hundreds of islands created by the deluge. 
DHAKA
RTR6B9H 
July 10, 2004 
Bangladeshi families in their flooded homes on the bank of the Surma river near Sylhet town, 300km (188... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
FAMILIES IN FLOODED HOUSES NEAR SYLHER TOWN, BANGLADESH. 
Bangladeshi families in their flooded homes on the bank of the Surma river near Sylhet town, 300km (188 miles) from capital Dhaka on July 10, 2004. Floods following incessant rains engulfed vast areas of Bangladesh killing 13 people and leaving three million marooned on Saturday. Picture taken July 10, 2004. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman RR/TW 
DHAKA
RTR6AOA 
July 10, 2004 
A Bangladeshi man carries his two daughters through his flooded village as he looks for a rescue boat... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
MAN CARRIES HIS DAUGHTERS THROUGH FLOODED VILLAGE IN BANGLADESH. 
A Bangladeshi man carries his two daughters through his flooded village as he looks for a rescue boat in Companiganj near Sylhet 300km (188 miles) northeast of the capital Dhaka July 10, 2004. Floods following a month of incessant heavy rains engulfed vast areas in Bangladesh killing at least 11 people and leaving two million marooned on Saturday on hundreds of islands created by the deluge. Photo taken July 10, 2004. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman RR/LA 
DHAKA
RTR6AMZ 
July 10, 2004 
A Bangladeshi man crosses a flooded road through knee-deep water at Companiganj, near Sylhet 300 km from... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
BANGLADESHI MAN CROSSES FLOODED ROAD IN COMPANIGANJ. 
A Bangladeshi man crosses a flooded road through knee-deep water at Companiganj, near Sylhet 300 km from capital Dhaka, July 10, 2004. Floods following a month of incessant heavy rains engulfed areas in Bangladesh killing at least 11 people and leaving two million marooned on Saturday on hundreds of islands created by the deluge. Photo taken July 10. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman RR/FA 
DHAKA
RTR6AMQ 
July 10, 2004 
A Bangladeshi man crosses a flooded road through knee-deep water at Companiganj, near Sylhet 300 km from... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
BANGLADESHI MAN CROSSES FLOODED ROAD IN COMPANIGANJ. 
A Bangladeshi man crosses a flooded road through knee-deep water at Companiganj, near Sylhet 300 km from capital Dhaka, July 10, 2004. Floods following a month of incessant heavy rains engulfed areas in Bangladesh killing at least 11 people and leaving two million marooned on Saturday on hundreds of islands created by the deluge. Photo taken July 10. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman RR/FA 
DHAKA
RTR6AMH 
July 10, 2004 
A Bangladeshi boatman waits for passengers near a flooded highway at Companiganj, near Sylhet 300 km... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
BOATMAN WAITS FOR PASSENGERS NEAR A FLOODED HIGHWAY IN COMPANIGANJ. 
A Bangladeshi boatman waits for passengers near a flooded highway at Companiganj, near Sylhet 300 km from the capital Dhaka, July 10, 2004. Floods following a month of incessant heavy rains engulfed areas in Bangladesh killing at least 11 people and leaving two million marooned on Saturday on hundreds of islands created by the deluge. Photo taken July 10. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman RR/FA 
DHAKA
RTR6A0Q 
July 10, 2004 
Flood waters inundate a Bangladeshi market at a village near Sylhet 300km (186 miles) from capital Dhaka,... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
FLOOD WATERS INUNDATE A BANGLADESHI MARKET AT A VILLAGE NEAR SYLHET. 
Flood waters inundate a Bangladeshi market at a village near Sylhet 300km (186 miles) from capital Dhaka, July 10, 2004. Floods following a month of incessant heavy rains engulfed vast areas in Bangladesh killing at least 11 people and leaving two million marooned on Saturday on hundreds of islands created by the deluge. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman RR/DL 
WEATHER BANGLADESH FLOODS
RTR6A0L 
July 10, 2004 
Bangladeshi villagers travel on a makeshift banana trunk raft at a flooded village near Sylhet 300km... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
BANGLADESHI VILLAGERS TRAVEL ON A MAKESHIFT BANANA TRUNK RAFT AT A FLOODED VILLAGE NEAR SYLHET. 
Bangladeshi villagers travel on a makeshift banana trunk raft at a flooded village near Sylhet 300km (186 miles ) from capital Dhaka, July 10, 2004. Floods following a month of incessant heavy rains engulfed vast areas in Bangladesh killing at least 11 people and leaving two million marooned on Saturday on hundreds of islands created by the deluge. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman RR/DL 
DHAKA
RTR6A0B 
July 10, 2004 
Bangladeshi people move along a flooded highway at Companiganj near Sylhet 300km from capital Dhaka on... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
PEOPLE WALK ALONG A FLOODED HIGHWAY. 
Bangladeshi people move along a flooded highway at Companiganj near Sylhet 300km from capital Dhaka on July 10, 2004. Floods following a month of incessant heavy rains engulfed vast areas in Bangladesh killing at least 11 people and leaving two million marooned on Saturday on hundreds of islands created by the deluge. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman RR/THI 
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