• Arthur issues Pakistan one-day warning

    Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur makes it clear some members of his one-day side are on borrowed time after another defeat by England raised fears the team might not qualify automatically for the 2019 World Cup.

  • Walsh set to arrive tomorrow night

    West Indies legend Courtney Walsh, who has signed up to be Bangladesh’s specialist bowling coach will arrive in Dhaka tomorrow night.

  • Bangladesh football team

    Booters humiliated

    Bangladesh's preparation for their Asian Cup Play-Off Qualifiers went horribly as they suffered a humiliating 5-0 defeat at the hands of Maldives in an international friendly at the hands of Maldives in an international friendly at the National Football Stadium in Male last night.

  • ULAB to play in int'l cricket tournament

    University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) secure a place in the Red Bull Campus Cricket World Finals which will begin from September 5 in Sri Lanka.

  • Bhutan to touch down today

    A 29-member Bhutan football team is scheduled to land in the capital in the morning today, four days before their Asian Cup Play-Off Qualifying tie against hosts Bangladesh.

  • Hales uncertain about touring

    Opener Alex Hales has accepted he could be risking his England place if he pulls out of the forthcoming tour of Bangladesh.

  • Walsh's presence will be huge: Mashrafe

    Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Bin Mortaza is delighted to have his 'idol' Courtney Walsh as the new bowling coach

  • Walsh becomes Bangladesh bowling coach

    One of the most iconic fast bowlers to come out of the Caribbean, West Indies legend Courtney Walsh officially becomes the specialist bowling coach of Bangladesh national cricket team.

  • Hales weighs up Bangladesh options

    Alex Hales accepts that he could be risking his England place if he pulls out of the forthcoming tour of Bangladesh.

  • Fans play with Shakib

    Forty eight lucky winners of Huawei's “Play with Shakib” offer play cricket with all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan at the Mirpur indoor stadium.

  • Maldives friendly today

    Tom Saintfiet will be looking to fine tune his strategy and team combination for the Asian Cup Play-off Qualifiers.

  • Bangladeshi players

    Fitness levels at 'an all-time high'

    The Bangladesh national cricket team might have had a very dull 2016 so far with no ODIs or Tests, but the good news is that the team has reached a new landmark as far as their fitness numbers are concerned.

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    War crimes trial to continue: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina reaffirms her determination to continue the trial of war criminals and says she is ready to make any sacrifice for the sake of the country and the people.

  • Another kid tortured brutally in Dhaka

    A minor boy is brutally tortured allegedly by pumping air into his body through rectum in Mohammadpur of Dhaka.

  • HC adjourns verdict delivery on Hazari’s JS membership

    The High Court adjourns delivery of the verdict on a writ petition challenging legality of Jatiya Sangsad membership of Nizam Uddin Hazari, an Awami League leader in Feni.

  • Bangladesh players

    Why England's decision to tour Bangladesh is right

    Bangladesh is facing a critical moment in its history - certainly its cricketing history - is apparent.

  • Eng delay naming ODI squad in hope of persuading Morgan

    England are to delay naming their one-day squad for the tour to Bangladesh in an effort to buy more time to persuade captain Eoin Morgan to go on the trip.

  • 'We can win all the games'

    A confident Jahanara Alam expects Bangladesh's women's cricket team to win both the ODI and T20I series against Ireland in September.

  • BCL franchises raise concerns

    The country's premier four-day cricket competition, the Bangladesh Cricket League (BCL), which is scheduled to begin from

  • Nat'l TT in Patuakhali

    The South-East Bank 36th National Table Tennis Championships will get underway on Saturday at the Patuakhali District Sports Association gymnasium.

  • Double delight for fab four

    Having grabbed gold medals in their first events of Beximco National Shooting Championships, four female shooters – Armin

  • Bell available for Bangladesh tour

    England batsman Ian Bell will be available for selection for Bangladesh and India tours in the winter.

  • Cook assures England he will go, Morgan unsure

    England's leading Test century-maker Alastair Cook has assured England he will travel to Bangladesh and lead the team on the Test leg of the tour.

  • Shakil outguns Shahadat

    South Asian Games gold medallist Shakil Ahmed grabs his first gold medal in domestic circuit.

  • 3 areas in Dhaka face blackout for 7 hours

    Thousands of people in Dhaka’s Karwan Bazar, Tejgaon Industrial area and Tejturi Bazar are facing acute power outage for at least seven hours.

  • India issues first 5-yr multiple entry visa to Bangladeshi

    High Commissioner of India Harsh Vardhan Shringla issues the first five-year Multiple Entry Tourist Visa to Md Nurul Hoque Akhanda aged 68 years, resident of Gazipur.

  • Biman’s flight delays as co-pilot arrives late

    A domestic flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines is delayed to take-off for over an hour as the co-pilot of the flight arrives late at Dhaka airport, thanks to huge traffic congestion in the capital.

  • Resolution passed to change name of West Bengal

    The West Bengal Legislative Assembly passes a resolution to change the name of the State to ‘Bengal’ in English, ‘Bangal’ in Hindi and ‘Bangla’ in Bengali.

  • Loye says terror fears saw him quit BD role

    Former England batsman Mal Loye expects the current team's tour of Bangladesh to go ahead despite security concerns even though he quit a coaching position in the country because of terrorism fears.

  • BPL now resumes on Sept 19

    The Professional Football League Committee of Bangladesh Football Federation once again bow down to clubs' pressure to defer the resumption of the Bangladesh Premier League by nearly two weeks.