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Bangladeshi people offer funeral prayers to the country's most popular fiction writer, Humayun Ahmed in Dhaka on July 23, 2012. Ahmed, who wrote over 200 fiction and non-fiction books and was also the country's top film director and TV drama-maker, died at a clinic in New York on July 19 after a 10-month battle against colon cancer.

Bangladeshi people

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Bangladeshi youth wait in line to pay their last respects to the country's most popular fiction writer, Humayun Ahmed in Dhaka on July 23, 2012. Ahmed, who wrote over 200 fiction and non-fiction books and was also the country's top film director and TV drama-maker, died at a clinic in New York on July 19 after a 10-month battle against colon cancer.

Bangladeshi youth

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Bangladeshi people offer funeral prayers to the country's most popular fiction writer, Humayun Ahmed in Dhaka on July 23, 2012. Ahmed, who wrote over 200 fiction and non-fiction books and was also the country's top film director and TV drama-maker, died at a clinic in New York on July 19 after a 10-month battle against colon cancer.

Bangladeshi people

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A Bangladeshi man holds a flower to pay his last respects to the country's most popular fiction writer, Humayun Ahmed in Dhaka on July 23, 2012. Ahmed, who wrote over 200 fiction and non-fiction books and was also the country's top film director and TV drama-maker, died at a clinic in New York on July 19 after a 10-month battle against colon cancer.

A Bangladeshi man

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Bangladeshi youth wait in line to pay their last respects to the country's most popular fiction writer, Humayun Ahmed in Dhaka on July 23, 2012. Ahmed, who wrote over 200 fiction and non-fiction books and was also the country's top film director and TV drama-maker, died at a clinic in New York on July 19 after a 10-month battle against colon cancer.

Bangladeshi youth

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Bangladeshi youth wait in line to pay their last respects to the country's most popular fiction writer, Humayun Ahmed in Dhaka on July 23, 2012. Ahmed, who wrote over 200 fiction and non-fiction books and was also the country's top film director and TV drama-maker, died at a clinic in New York on July 19 after a 10-month battle against colon cancer.

Bangladeshi youth

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A Bangladeshi man holds up a flower as he pays his last respects to the country's most popular fiction writer, Humayun Ahmed in Dhaka on July 23, 2012. Ahmed, who wrote over 200 fiction and non-fiction books and was also the country's top film director and TV drama-maker, died at a clinic in New York on July 19 after a 10-month battle against colon cancer.

A Bangladeshi man

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The son of Humayun Ahmed, Bangladesh's most popular fiction writer, Nuhash Ahmed (C) grieves as he pays a final tribute at his father's coffin at a university in central Dhaka on July 23, 2012. Humayun Ahmed, who wrote over 200 fiction and non-fiction books and was also the country's top film director and TV drama-maker, died at a clinic in New York on July 19 after a 10-month battle against colon cancer.

The son of Humayun

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