Wahid Adnan Wins Award of Excellence in CPOY

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Story: Graphics of Deadliest Crash
Graphics of Deadliest Crash
Angry protesters took to the streets as the Dhaka stocks have crashed by a record 551 points marking a 6.71 percent decrease in late December 2010. The stocks began to plummet almost immediately after trading began in the morning and plummeted by almost 200 points within an hour. The general index ended at 7654 by the close of the session. Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Story: Graphics of Deadliest Crash
Graphics of Deadliest Crash
Inside of a share brokerage house at Mirpur in Dhaka. Though the share-market bounced back in its stable state again after its biggest crash in the history, fear still prevails in every investor. Dhaka, Bangladesh

Story: Graphics of Deadliest Crash
Graphics of Deadliest Crash
A special prayer and ‘doa-e-yunus’ is held in front the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) at Motijheel seeking divine blessings for the stabilization of ongoing state of the stock market. The small investors prayed for their survival as they have lost most of their investment in continuous plunge of the share prices. Dhaka, Bangladesh
Story: Graphics of Deadliest Crash
Graphics of Deadliest Crash
The Street in front of DSE during the investors’ protest against the top bosses of the premier bourse and market regulators, and the central bank governor. The investors pelted law enforcers with brickbats, set fires and destroy cars and other vehicle they got near them in the street. Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Story: Graphics of Deadliest Crash
Graphics of Deadliest Crash
An investor who was arrested by the police during the angry investors’ protest after DSE has its biggest crash. Dhaka, Bangladesh

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