Dhaka Cuts Back on Carbon Emissions

The people of Dhaka remain united in their attempts to cut back on carbon emissions.

After the religious celebration, a few pilgrims caught a ride back home on the Dhaka train…

Bangladeshi Muslim pilgrims crowd over a train as they return home after a three-day Islamic congregation at Tongi, about 20 kilometers (12 miles) north of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Sunday, Feb. 4, 2007. Millions of Muslims prayed together for peace and harmony on a riverbank at Tongi on Sunday, concluding an annual assembly that is considered one of the world’s largest Islamic gatherings. (AP Photo/Pavel Rahman)

Rear view…


A few pilgrims took boats…


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