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Manuka Oval is a Little Bangladesh

Manuka Oval is a Little Bangladesh

Around seven to eight thousand Bangladeshis live in Canberra, the capital of Australia. But there are many more living in other big cities like Sydney, who made most of the Bangladesh contingent at the Manuka Oval yesterday. It's only two-and-a-half hour's drive from Sydney to Canberra. A large number of Bangladeshis living in Sydney...

Anxious Mashrafe

Anxious Mashrafe

Mashrafe Bin Mortaza is often referred to as the 'madman' of the team, capable of cheering up and motivating the entire group in a jiffy. In fact, if it wasn't for his injury, many believe that he would have easily had more number of matches as captain than any of his colleagues. Ahead of...

Canberra, cricket's retreat!

When people talk about attractions in Canberra, there's barely any room for cricket in them. The city, unlike Melbourne or Adelaide, doesn't contain much of a cricketing heritage. What it does have though are a host of exquisite structures celebrating the heritage of the nation. The Australian War Memorial, the Museum of Australian Democracy, the Parliament House, the National Gallery and the National Library of Australia are just some of the buildings where tourists can easily spend weeks without any...

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Mushy saves the day for Bangladesh

Mushy saves the day for Bangladesh

Bangladesh star batsman Mushfiqur Rahim scored 71 runs from 56 balls in the seventh match of the ICC Cricket World Cup against Afghanistan at the Manuka Oval, Canberra today. He was the top-scorer for the Tigers and enabled his team to reach a challenging total against the Afghan boys. Mushfiqur was in charge from ball...

'Need to be aggressive'

'Need to be aggressive'

A little over a year ago Mahmudullah Riyad's position in the team was heavily questioned. The player was barely scoring runs and talks about favouritism within the team flooded the media. One year on and a lot seems to have changed. With scores 42, 36 and 83 in the warm-up games, a slimmer Riyad,...

Aussie senator ‘smuggles pipe bomb’ into parliament

Aussie senator ‘smuggles pipe bomb’ into parliament

An Australian lawmaker smuggled a replica explosive device into parliament today to highlight security shortfalls created by budget cuts, in perhaps the oddest protest yet against the conservative government's controversial cost-cutting measures. Senator Bill Heffernan, a member of Prime Minister Tony Abbott's ruling Liberal Party, unveiled the long metal tube designed to look like...

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