Staff Correspondent | Updated at 11:32pm on October 02, 2016
Visiting England cricket team will focus on playing cricket rather than on concerning on security as they feel Bangladesh is a secured place to play exciting cricket, said their skipper Jos Buttler on Sunday...
Staff correspondent | Updated at 07:23pm on October 02, 2016
Pace bowler Al-Amin Hossain was recalled as Bangladesh announced their 14-member squad for first two one-day internationals against England on Sunday....
Agence France-Presse | Updated at 12:56pm on October 02, 2016
Leaders Bayern Munich dropped their first Bundesliga points of the season on Saturday as their 1-1 draw at home to Cologne denied...
Agence France-Presse | Updated at 12:47pm on October 02, 2016
James Milner’s 84th-minute penalty earned Liverpool a gritty 2-1 victory at Swansea City on Saturday that saw Jurgen Klopp’s side climb to second...
Staff Correspondent | Updated at 12:31pm on October 02, 2016
Bangladesh skipper Mashrafee bin Murtaza survived an injury scare and then was hugged by an unexpected intruder in the field during the third...
Staff Correspondent | Updated at 12:28pm on October 02, 2016
Bangladesh can heave a sigh of relief as batsman Sabbir Rahman provided an indication on Saturday that he can end their search for...
Azad Majumder | Updated at 12:14pm on October 02, 2016
Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal forced the spotlight to shine on him once again when he scored a brilliant century in the third one-day international against...
Azad Majumder | Updated at 02:17pm on October 01, 2016
Bangladesh’s hard-fought three-match series against Afghanistan ended in a rather anti-climax fashion as the Tigers crushed the visitors by 141 runs in the third one-day international to win it 2-1 at Mirpur on Saturday.
Staff Correspondent | Updated at 01:53am on October 01, 2016
Forward Abhishek Yadav scored three seconds from the final whistle to break the hearts of Bangladesh and help India lift the 4th Under-18 Asia Cup Hockey title with a 5-4 win in Dhaka on Friday.
Agence France-Presse . Kolkata | Updated at 01:44am on October 01, 2016
New Zealand bowlers put India on the backfoot despite fighting half-centuries from Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane, to leave the hosts on 239 for seven Friday in the second Test.