• Activists reject Myanmar's new Rakhine body as Annan visits

    A new body set up by Myanmar's government to investigate allegations of rights abuses against Rohingya in Rakhine lacks credibility, activists said Friday, as former UN chief Kofi Annan began a visit to the troubled state.

  • Comilla keep playoff hopes alive

    Comilla Victorians keep their playoff hopes alive with a five-wicket win over Khulna Titans

  • Shuttlers fight over control

    A conflict between two groups of shuttlers over the control of the Bangladesh Badminton Players' Welfare Association (BBPWA) spiralled out of control.

  • Baridhara hold BJMC

    Uttar Baridhara survived a wave of attacks to hold Team BJMC to a goalless draw in their JB Bangladesh Premier League encounter at Sheikh Fazlul Haque Moni Stadium in Gopalganj yesterday.

  • Jamal in 30th place

    Bangladesh golfer Jamal Hossain got off to a good start in the Panasonic Open India as he finished with a score of 72, securing par.

  • ERRATUM

    In Wednesday's lead story titled 'Al Amin courts trouble again,' it was mistakenly written that Shohag Gazi was one of the two bowlers who had been flagged for a suspect action during the on-going Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).

  • BPL returns to Gopalganj

    The Bangladesh Premier League returns to Gopalganj after two seasons as the 18th round of the top-tier league gets underway today at the Sheikh Fazlul Haque Moni Stadium.

  • Satkhira champions

    Satkhira emerged champions in Priyo Group Inter-District Volleyball Competition with a 3-1 sets win over hosts Bhola in the final held in Bhola yesterday.

  • Dhaka defeat Rangpur by 42 runs

    Table toppers Dhaka Dynamites consolidate their position after giving Rangpur Riders a 42-run thumping in the 34th match of Bangladesh Premier League 2016 at Mirpur stadium.

  • Bangladesh lose to Pakistan

    Bangladesh suffer the ignominy of being bowled out for their lowest T20 total as they go down by nine wickets to Pakistan in the ninth match of the Women’s T20 Asia Cup at the Asian Institute of Technology ground in Bangkok.

  • 'To win three with them is a miracle'

    The turn of events for the Barisal Bulls in the Bangladesh Premier League this season has been unfortunate.

  • Narail put 10 past Magura

    Five teams -- Narail, Mymensingh, Satkhira, Rangpur and Khagrachari -- moved into the final round of JFA U-14 Women's National Football Cham-pionship after emerging as zonal champions at their respective venues yesterday.

  • Record win takes Bangladesh to 2nd place

    Bangladesh move to the second position of the points table after they thump Nepal by 92 runs in the 8th match of the Women’s T20 Asia Cup at the Asian Institute of Technology ground in Bangkok.

  • Bangladesh beat Thailand by 35 runs

    After being at the receiving end of a 64-run drubbing in the opening game against India, Bangladesh bounce back strongly as they beat Thailand by 35 runs in the 5th match of the Women’s T20 Asia Cup at the Asian Institute of Technology ground in Bangkok.

  • Ctg Abahani two points off top

    Title contenders Chittagong Abahani shrunk the gap with table-toppers Abahani with a 2-0 win over Rahmatganj MFS in their JB Bangladesh Premier League fixture at the MA Aziz Stadium in Chittagong yesterday.

  • Shila derailed by knee injury

    An unexpected knee-cap dislocation during the 100m breaststroke of the 28th National Swimming Championships cost Mahfuza Akter Shila as she had to give up half-way through the event at the Syed Nazrul Islam National Swimming Complex in Mirpur yesterday.

  • Dhaka keep Barisal down to 132

    Penetrative and purposeful bowling from Dhaka Dynamites allowed them to restrict Barisal Bulls to 132 for 6 after 20 overs in the 29th match of Bangladesh Premier League 2016 at Mirpur Stadium today.

  • U-14 Women's Nat'l C'ship from today

    The 2nd JFA Cup Under-14 Women's National Championship gets underway today with 32 district teams participating across seven different venues.

  • National swimming starts today

    The National Swimming Championship gets underway today at the Mirpur Swimming Complex after a year's break.

  • Sammy blitz trumps Mithun's brilliance

    Rajshahi Kings' third victory kept their playoff hopes alive as skipper Darren Sammy's late-over blitz and disciplined bowling gave them a 12-run victory over league leaders Rangpur Riders

  • Karwan Bazar hold Victoria

    Newcomers Karwan Bazar Pragoti Sangshad held Victoria SC to a goalless draw in their Marcel Bangladesh Championship League

  • Ruman, Milon meet in final

    Ruman Sana and Emdadul Haque Milon moved into the final of the Recurve Bow event in the Blazer BD BKSP Cup Archery

  • Saif SC go top

    Newcomers Saif Sporting Club continued their unbeaten run in the Marcel Bangladesh Championship League with a 2-2 draw against Agrani Bank SC at the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday.

  • BCCI threatens Champions Trophy pullout

    The Indian Cricket Board's relations with the ICC, headed by Shashank Manohar, hit a new low after Indian women's cricket team was docked six points for not playing bilateral series with Pakistan between August 1 to October 31 as per agreement.

  • Conway to continue upward trend

    Dean Conway, the former England Cricket team physiotherapist, became the Bangladesh cricket team's new physio yesterday after local Bayjedul Islam Khan's successful two-year tenure with the Tigers.

  • Malaysia debates pulling out of ASEAN cup over Rohingya crackdown

    Malaysia is considering pulling its side out of a major regional soccer tournament co-hosted by Myanmar in protest over Myanmar's crackdown on ethnic Rohingya Muslims, a senior Malaysian official said on Wednesday.

  • Bangladesh eye top finish

    Bangladesh hockey team will be hoping to finish on top of Pool A in the Men's 5th AHF Cup when they take on lowly Macau in the final pool match at King's Park hockey ground in Hong Kong today.

  • Police up to third

    Police FC climbed up to third place in the Marcel Bangladesh Championship League (MCL) table with a 2-0 win over T&T Club at the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday.

  • Rangpur leapfrog Khulna

    Mohammad Mithun hit an unbeaten 49 as Rangpur Riders cantered to a seven-wicket win against Khulna Titans in a Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) match in Chittagong today.

  • BCB to fund swimming federation

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has decided to allocate Tk one crore to Bangladesh Swimming Federation (BSF) for development of the sport, a BSF official said yesterday.

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