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IN Photography ON 03 Dec, 2014
'It has been centuries now and things have changed', they say. But what they do not see is the biased nature of 'development'. The rich have become richer and poor are getting poorer.
A day spent in a knee down coal factory is enough to ruin your childhood. Take a moment to realize their whole life. What could have been a life filled with smiles and love is ending up in darkness.
A photographer, GMB Akash takes these pictures and puts your heart to sword. He calls it "Angels in Hell" UNICEF and ILO data suggest that in Bangladesh more that 7.1 million children are engaged in child labor.
With his desolating photography, he has 68 awards to his name. Recently, he was named the ND Photographer of the year.
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