• Thursday, July 24, 2014

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Tigers to be based in Brisbane

Bangladesh will play a total of four practice matches in Australia before they begin their 50-over World Cup campaign, set to begin in Australia and New Zealand from February 14 next year. The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has decided to send the national team 12 days ahead of the start of the mega event. The Tigers will leave on January 26 next year for Brisbane. “The official practice matches for the World Cup will begin on February 6. But we are...

Hathura looks for systemic progress

Hathura looks for systemic progress

The most talked about vacancy in Bangladesh cricket was officially occupied yesterday and it began a new chapter for the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB). Chandika Hathurasingha, during his first interaction with the media, yesterday seemed to have a 'no-nonsense' outlook and appeared to have a clear map of progress in mind. There was not...

Focus off the field

West Indies will be bent on revenge while New Zealand are concerned about the crooked arm of a key opposition bowler heading into the first match of the three-Test series starting on Sunday at Sabina Park in Jamaica. While much of the local focus on the fixture has centred on local hero Chris Gayle becoming just the ninth Caribbean cricketer to play 100 Tests, the bludgeoning opening batsman's impending landmark has taken a backseat in the minds of the visitors,...

Senior HSBC official due in Dhaka today

Senior HSBC official due in Dhaka today

Jayant Rikhye, head of International Asia Pacific for HSBC and head of strategy and planning, is due to arrive in Dhaka today on a two-day visit, the bank said in a statement. Rikhye will meet colleagues from Bangladesh and a number of key HSBC clients and stakeholders during the visit, it said. Rikhye has direct responsibility for over 12 markets in Asia, comprising Bangladesh, Brunei, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Mauritius, New Zealand, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. In this capacity, he is a key source of support and guidance to country chief executives of the corporation. Rikhye joined HSBC Group in 1989 and has experience in operations in India, internal control...

Little kiwi, huge elephant bird were of a feather

Little kiwi, huge elephant bird were of a feather

They might be the odd couple of the bird world. Scientists on Thursday identified the closest relative of New Zealand's famed kiwi, a shy chicken-sized flightless bird, as the elephant bird of Madagascar, a flightless giant that was 10 feet (3 meters) tall and went extinct a few centuries ago. The surprising findings, based on...

End of a cycle?

There really should not be much hand-wringing about the black and white numbers in the wins and losses column as Bangladesh's ICC World Twenty20 campaign splutters to a halt with the finish line nowhere in sight. This is the end the more realistic of their fans would have expected -- they have rarely shown any signs that they appreciate the limited nuances of a game of bluster and brawn. The expectation on Bangladesh, even the players themselves said as much,...

WT20 SL v NZ

Herath takes Lanka to semi

Herath takes Lanka to semi

New Zealand 60 (15.3 ov) Sri Lanka 119 (19.2 ov) Sri Lanka pushed themselves to the semifinals beating New Zealand by 59 runs in a decision-making Group 1 Match of World T20 at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong today. Scoring an unusual 119 runs against the Kiwis, a doubt of defeat embraced the Lankan fans. Rangana...

MH370 search pivots north on new data

A multinational fleet of planes and ships raced to a fresh search zone yesterday after a "credible new lead" that Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was flying faster than first thought before it plunged into the remote Indian Ocean. Ten aircraft from six countries -- Australia, China, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea and the United States -- diverted to an area 1,100 kilometres northeast of where they have been looking for a week, far off western Australia. Late yesterday, the Australian Maritime...

Craig relishes Eng call-up

Craig Kieswetter is ready to do whatever he can to help England's World Twenty20 campaign after swapping chilly Taunton for Chittagong. Kieswetter was batting for Somerset in a pre-season warm-up match against Worcestershire when he was informed he had been summoned to Bangladesh as a replacement for the injured Luke Wright. He landed on Monday morning and is in contention to give the side another six-hitting option should coach Ashley Giles choose to change an XI that was controversially beaten by...

'Tigers not doing justice to fans'

Forrmer India captain Anil Kumble believes that Bangladesh have not done justice to the level of support they receive at home. The World Twenty20 hosts lost to two Associate nations this month, first to Afghanistan in the Asia Cup and then to Hong Kong in the first round of the World T20 last weekend. On Tuesday, they begin their Super 10s campaign with a game against defending champions West Indies. "They've played at the highest level for a good number...

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