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Bangladesh squad for WC 2019 announced
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) on Tuesday announced the 15-member Tiger squad for the upcoming World Cup 2109 scheduled to play in England and Wales from May 30 to July 14. Abu Jayed Rahi came as the only surprise of the World Cup squad. The right-arm pacer never played an ODI. However, he played Te
Uncapped Jayed, recalled Mosaddek in Bangladesh World Cup squad
DHAKA (Reuters) - Rookie swing bowler Abu Jayed earned a spot in Bangladesh’s World Cup squad on Tuesday while batsman Mosaddek Hossain also made the cut for the showpiece tournament in England and Wales.
Sign of the times: Can Bangladesh’s rickshaw artists survive modernization?
They bring color to the streets of Dhaka, but as populations rise and cities modernize, Bangladesh’s rickshaws, and the traditional art that adorns them, are at risk. On one of Old Town Dhaka’s narrow lanes, two men toil away in a cycle rickshaw workshop. One at a treadle sewing machine stitching pl
Bangladesh drops four notches in World Press Freedom Index
Bangladesh has dropped four notches in the 2019 World Press Freedom Index. The index, an annual review of 180 countries and their relationship with the media, was released by the Reporters Without Borders (RWB) on Thursday.
Bangladesh’s child mortality rate curbs by 75pc: Dr Momen
DHAKA: Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen said various initiatives taken by the government helped decrease the child mortality rate by 75 percent in the country. He disclosed the satisfactory information at a program organized at the office of Polli Shishu Foundation (PSF) in city’s Mirpur area Wedn
Bangladesh actor Ghazi Abdun Noor, seen at TMC candidate’s campaign, had expired visa
Bangladesh actor Ghazi Abdun Noor has been told to leave India after it was found that his visa has expired. He had been seen at a Trinamool Congress rally in Dumdun which had generated controversy earlier this week.
Pictured: Teen who was burned alive in Bangladesh after she accused her headteacher of rape
The first picture has emerged of a 19-year-old student who was burned to death in Bangladesh after accusing the headmaster of her Islamic school of rape. Nusrat Jahan Rafi, 19, died on April 10, four days after a mob doused her with kerosene on the roof of her school in the town of Femi, south of th
Bangladesh Bank heist case report submission May 21
DHAKA: A Dhaka court gave more time to Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of Police to submit probe report till May 21 in Bangladesh Bank cyber heist case. Dhaka’s Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Sadbir Yeasir Ahsan Chowdhury reset the date as investigation officer of the case did not
World Cup worry for Bangladesh as Mustafizur suffers ankle injury
Mustafizur Rahman, the pace spearhead of the Bangladesh cricket team, injured his ankle whilst warming up for a Dhaka Premier League match last Thursday, which will keep him out of action for around two weeks.
In Bangladesh, Rohingya Refugees Prepare for Ramadan
Despite the difficulties, ethnic Muslim Rohingya refugees are preparing to spend their holy month fasting and praying. Observing Ramadan without fear of reprisal is a relatively new concept for the millions of Rohingya refugees living in the sprawling makeshift settlements that have sprung up in Cox
Climate change hampers Bangladesh’s progress: FM
UN HEADQUARTERS: Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal said climate change is hampering Bangladesh’s developmental progress on a wide scale. Stressing the importance of earth and life, the minister called on global community emphatically to make concerted efforts in order to prevent climate change.
Cooking for the devotees in tongi, Bangladesh
i took this photos at the final day of ijtema morning. thousands of people are going ijtema field on the train. and a man under the rail bridge cooking for the devotees. camera canon 1200d + 18-55mm lens.
Sonali, Agrani, Janata, Rupali major customers of US dollar from Bangladesh Bank
Four state-owned commercial banks are the major clients of US dollar sold by the Bangladesh Bank, as the public sector banks alone bought nearly 95% of the total $1.87 billion in the July-March period.
Bangladesh: Cox’s Bazar: The Extraordinary Courage of Our Staff
Source: Save the Children Country: Bangladesh, Myanmar. I’ve just returned from Bangladesh, visiting Save the Children’s work with the Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar. What the Rohingya have been through is horrific. I have visited refugee camps and informal settlements and met with refugees in Eth
Fakhrul: Politicians failed to build safe, beautiful Bangladesh
BNP Secretary General, Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir regretted that the incidents of killing, rape, and reprisal is growing, as politicians have failed to build a safe and beautiful Bangladesh.
Bangladesh: Ensure Justice for Murdered Student
(New York) – The Bangladesh government should thoroughly investigate the murder of a madrassa student and fairly prosecute all those responsible, Human Rights Watch said today. The murder of Nusrat Jahan Rafi, who was killed after she filed a complaint of attempted rape, should spur the authorities
Bangladesh in ICC World Cup without Taskin-Imrul
After ending all predictions the World Cup squad of Bangladesh has been declared. The surprise is inclusion of Abu Jayed Rahi. Taskin Rahman and Imrul Kayes are dropped. Chief selector Minhazul Abedin Nannu announced the world cup squad at a press conference at the conference room of Sher-e-Bangla n
Tauquir to bring detective Feluda to Bangladesh
One of the timeless characters of Satyajit Ray, detective Feluda, will appear in a new web series by renowned actor and film-maker Tauquir Ahmed. The three-part web series will be adapted from Satyajit's "Nayan Rahasya," and the famous detective's hat will be worn by popular actor Ahmed Rubel.
Bangladesh marks the start of the Bengali New Year
Bangladeshis took to the streets on Sunday (April 14) to celebrate the first day of the Bengali New Year. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
C-section of Tigers’ World Cup squad
Dhaka: The inclusion of uncapped Abu Jayed was the major talking point as Bangladesh became the fourth team to announce their squad for the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2019. From the abundance of all-rounders to the opening conundrum, we take a look at some of the major talking points following the