From Dhaka’s main port, Sadar Ghat, you can look over the Buriganga river to Charkaliganj, the city’s shipyard. Materials from the well-known shipbreaking yards in Chittagong, where large tonners from western companies end their lives, is transported up the river and starts a new life here.  (Bangladesh, 2009)

From Dhaka’s main port, Sadar Ghat, you can look over the Buriganga river to Charkaliganj, the city’s shipyard. Materials from the well-known shipbreaking yards in Chittagong, where large tonners from western companies end their lives, is transported up the river and starts a new life here.

(Bangladesh, 2009)

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 From Dhaka’s main port, Sadar Ghat, you can look over the Buriganga river to Charkaliganj, the city’s shipyard. Materials from the well-known shipbreaking yards in Chittagong, where large tonners from western companies end their lives, is transported up the river and starts a new life here.  (Bangladesh, 2009)
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From Dhaka’s main port, Sadar Ghat, you can look over the Buriganga river to Charkaliganj, the city’s shipyard. Materials from the well-known shipbreaking yards in Chittagong, where large tonners from western companies end their lives, is transported up the river and starts a new life here.

(Bangladesh, 2009)

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