BD women secures spot in Asia Cup

New Age Youth Desk | Published: 00:25, Jun 10,2018 | Updated: 18:24, Jun 10,2018

 
 
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Bangladesh women cricket team has picked up their fourth consecutive victory against Malaysia to move onto the finals on Saturday, June 9 in the ongoing Women’s Twenty20 Asia Cup in Kuala Lampur.

Women tigresses demolished Thailand by nine wickets and eight overs to spare on Jun 7 to bag their third victory.

On June 5, Bangladesh women picked up their first victory against their Indian counterpart in international level. This has been dubbed as a historic moment for Bangladeshi women cricketers in media reports.

Earlier on Monday, March 4, Bangladesh picked up another convincing win over Pakistan after tremendous bowling effort from the players to start their winning streak.

Women cricketers started the tournament with an embarrassing defeat against Sri Lanka.

Bangladesh will meet India on Sunday, June 10 in the tournament finals.

Progressive student groups protest at extrajudicial killings

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Left leaning students’ organisations have protested at the ongoing extrajudicial killing in Bangladesh as part of government’s anti-narcotic drive.

Last week, Bangladesh Students’ Union and Bangladesh Students’ Federation, two progressive students’ body held protest at the killings of alleged ‘drug-dealers’ in Dhaka city’s Sahbagh area.

According to New Age reports, in the last 25 days, 146 people have been killed by the law-enforcers in this anti-narcotic drive.

 

IUB:

On Saturday, Jun 2, Independent University Bangladesh won the title award of the United Asian Debating Championship (UADC) 2018, Indonesia.

SU:

On Monday, June 4, Southeast University’s department of electrical and electronic engineering hosted a seminar on ‘Brain Engineering: Opportunities and Feasibilities’ at their permanent premises.

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