TUESDAY, MAY 05, 2015

Bangladesh Cricket Board

  • New Bangladesh!

    While all are performing so well in their respective fields, why can't our political leaders perform like others do? Do they not want to be a part of 'New Bangladesh'?

  • Good show

    THE Bangladesh cricket team deserves a pat on the back and so do the officials who are associated with the team for a performance that has seen several individual and international records tumble on the last day of the Khulna Test between Bangladesh and Pakistan.

  • Bangladesh opener Soumya Sarkar pulls a delivery during his unbeaten 127-run innings against Pakistan in the third ODI at Mirpur on Wednesday. Photo: Firoz Ahmed

    Soumya hammers final nail

    Bangladesh confirmed 'Banglawashing' Pakistan in the One-Day-International series during the third match at Mirpur depending on the sensible shoulder of opener Soumya Sarkar.

  • Tamim Iqbal salutes the crowd after scoring half-century against Pakistan on the third ODI at Sher-e Bangla National Stadium on Wednesday. Photo: Firoz Ahmed

    Tamim: Every damn match!

    Tamim Iqbal continues his batting saga, devastating Pakistani bowling line-up and confirming the Banglawash

  • BCB’s reception ceremony for Tigers’s today

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) host a warm reception to the National Cricket Team for their brilliant performance in the recently concluded Cricket World Cup 2015 through a function in the city’s Manik Mia Avenue.

  • Imrul out, Roni in for first 2 ODIs

    Bangladesh Cricket Board today announced Tigers’ squad for the first two ODI against Pakistan that is scheduled to start from next week.

  • Bangladesh's Tamim Iqbal

    Bangladesh selectors ponder opening, spin slots

    Opening batsmen and a pair of spinners are the major discussion points ahead of the selection of Bangladesh's ODI team

  • Pont helped sting operation during BPL fixing

    Ian Pont has spoken out in detail for the first time about his courageous part in an anti-corruption sting operation designed to catch match-fixers in the act, but which has resulted in him facing a long and disturbing struggle to protect his reputation.

  • Bangladesh supporter

    World Cup parodies

    The Cricket World Cup of 2015 generated tremendous public interest as it created more spoofs than any previous World Cup. The

  • Tigers

    A searchlight for a spotlight

    WE shall know soon enough which is the champion nation of contemporary one-day cricket.

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