SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 2015


  • Rise of Sabbir

    Coming lower down the order, Sabbir has the freedom to blast away from ball one. He can also play watchfully when wickets fall in a heap, something he showed many times in domestic cricket.

  • Pakistan activist killed in Karachi

    Leading Pakistani human rights activist is killed in a drive-by shooting in Karachi after hosting a talk on allegations of torture in the province of Balochistan.

  • Shakib Al Hasan

    Scintillating Shakib

    In the lone T20 match between Bangladesh and Pakistan at Mirpur on April 24, 2015, Shakib Al Hasan showed everyone why he is recognized as the top allrounder in world cricket today.

  • Bangladesh players

    First T20 win for Tigers over Pakistan

    Bangladesh thrash Pakistan by seven wickets in the lone T20 match at Mirpur Stadium, riding on fifties from Shakib Al Hasan and Sabbir Rahman.

  • Afridi in T20 arena

    Mercurial, brilliant, aggressive, dominant, vulnerable, frustrating and unfortunately for Pakistan an underachiever, it is safe to say cricket never has and never will witness another Shahid Afridi.

  • Soumya Sarkar

    Simply Soumya

    Young by age and cricketing experience, Soumya Sarkar announced his arrival by smashing a scintillating century in his tenth innings during the third and final game of the three-match ODI series against Pakistan.

  • Memes on Pakistan whitewash

    Several memes created by Bangladesh cricket fans celebrating Bangladesh’s whitewash of Pakistan in the three-match one-day international series go viral on Facebook.

  • Bangladesh cricket team celebration.

    Momentum for Tigers to break T20 odds

    After a whitewash in the ODIs, the confidence will propel Bangladesh against the clearly inexperienced Pakistan team. And that is why, Tigers fans can bet on a win in the T20 match on Friday.

  • Soumya Sarkar

    Pakistan Banglawashed!

    Riding on the 145-runs opening partnership and Soumya Sarkar's maiden century, Bangladesh easily chased down Pakistan’s challenging total by losing only two wickets and secured their tenth ODI series win via a whitewash at Mirpur Stadium today.

  • Pakistani jets hit militant hideout in northwest, kill 22

    Pakistan's military warplanes has pounded a militant hideout in a troubled tribal region along the Afghan border, killing 22 "terrorists."

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