• Misbah backs Amir to come good

    Mohammad Amir can still become the best bowler in the world despite serving a five-year ban for spot-fixing, Misbah-ul-Haq, Pakistan's Test captain, opined on Monday (June 27).

  • Sharapova lawyer blasts WADA chief

    Maria Sharapova's attorney John Haggerty hit out at World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) head Craig Reedie for comments he made about the Russian tennis star's earnings.

  • Arrestees are Indian businessman, IT expert

    The two Indian nationals, who have been arrested according to local police on alleged rape charges in Harare, are businessman and IT expert, reports The Indian Express.

  • Indian cricketers not involved in alleged rape

    Two Indian nationals have been arrested in Harare after being accused of rape, but reports that they are members of the Indian cricket team are incorrect, officials in Zimbabwe confirmed Sunday.

  • Indian cricketers not involved: Zimbabwe police

    Two Indian nationals have been arrested in Harare after being accused of rape, but reports that they are members of the Indian cricket team are incorrect, officials in Zimbabwe confirmed on Sunday.

  • Korean basketball player ‘not Korean’

    An American female basketball player uses forged birth documents to falsely claim she had South Korean ancestry, prosecutors have claimed.

  • IAAF to decide on Russia

    Russia finds out on Friday if the IAAF Council will lift the country's ban from athletics but, even if the vote goes against it, the road to Rio remains open as the IOC will make the final decision on Olympic participation.

  • Assault on polls officer: Ctg MP gets bail

    Chittagong-based lawmaker from the ruling Awami League Mustafizur Rahman Chowdhury secures bail after he surrendered before a court in a case filed over assaulting an election official.

  • Barca agree to settle tax fraud

    Barcelona agree to pay a fine of 5.5 million euros to the Spanish authorities to settle a tax fraud case over the transfer of Brazil international Neymar in 2013.

  • Spain start treble bid under sex-scandal cloud

    Defending champions Spain kick off their Euro 2016 against the Czech Republic on Monday, bidding for a third straight European crown, under a sex scandal cloud.

  • New Zealand 'unsafe for black cricketers'

    Franklyn Rose, former West Indies fast bowler claims that New Zealand is not safe for international cricketers "especially if they are black".

  • Arthur vows to help Amir

    New Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur has promised to do everything in his power to help disgraced paceman Mohammad Amir realise his full potential after the bowler was granted a visa for the team's upcoming tour of England.

  • Amir granted UK visa

    Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir has been granted a UK visa and will travel with the team on June 18 for their tour of England and Ireland, the PCB announced on Thursday.

  • Neymar trial on the cards

    Neymar could follow FC Barcelona fellow star Lionel Messi to court after Spanish prosecutors asked for the Brazilian striker to be tried over his murky multi-million-euro transfer to the Catalan giants.

  • Broad has no problems facing Amir

    Stuart Broad has insisted he won't have any issues playing against Mohammad Amir should the convicted spot-fixer make his Test return at Lord's next month.

  • 'I knew nothing'

    Argentina football star Lionel Messi says he trusted his father with his finances and "knew nothing" about how his wealth was managed as he took the stand at his tax fraud trial.

  • Govt to hold nurse recruitment test today

    Despite Wednesday night's clash between police and nurses where at least 50 nurses were injured after cops charged batons

  • Fakhrul gets bail in 2012 blockade case

    BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir secures bail in a case filed over the party’s anti-government road blockade in Dhaka in 2012.

  • Messi tax fraud trial opens in Spain

    The trial of Argentina and Barcelona footballer Lionel Messi on tax fraud charges is due to start in Spain.

  • Full text of Barapukuria graft verdict released

    The High Court has released its full judgement that cleared the way for BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia’s trial in Barapukuria coalmine corruption case.

  • Jatrabari arson: Arrest order for Shimul, 26 others

    Dhaka court issues arrest warrants against BNP chief’s personal assistant Shamsur Rahman Shimul Biswas and 26 for their alleged involvement in a petrol bomb attack on a bus in Dhaka's Jatrabari in January last year. Charges accepted against 38 including BNP's chief Khaleda Zia.

  • Arrest warrant for 23 BNP leaders in Paltan case

    Arrest warrants have been floated for 23 leaders of BNP, including several of its seniors, as a Dhaka court takes into cognisance of an explosives case.

  • BNP turns down allegation of ‘plot to topple govt’

    The top leaders of BNP turn down the government’s allegation that the party is conspiring with Israeli intelligence agency Mossad to topple the government.

  • Facebook loses first round of biometric case

    Facebook Inc lost the first round in a court fight against some of its users who sued the social networking company, alleging it "unlawfully" collected and stored users' biometric data derived from their faces in photographs.

  • Kalabagan twin murder: Family, cops sue unknown attackers

    Two cases have been filed – one by family over the murders and the other by police for assault on a cop – in connection with yesterday's gruesome Kalabagan double murders. No one has been arrested yet.

  • ACC arrests Ex-engr of Wasa, 6 others

    The Anti-Corruption Commission today arrests seven people including a former engineer of Wasa from different parts of the country in connection with various graft cases.

  • Rajuk director, BRTA official held for fraud

    The Anti-Corruption Commission yesterday arrested Rajuk Director AKM Shafiqur Rahman from the city's Segunbagicha in a case of fraud.

  • HC stays proceedings of 72 cases against Star editor

    High Court stays for three months the proceedings of 72 cases against The Daily Star Editor and Publisher Mahfuz Anam. The court also issues a rule upon the authorities concerned to explain as to why the initiation and continuation of the cases should not be declared illegal. The rule is returnable in three weeks, the court says.

  • Khaleda ‘won’t appear’ for graft hearing tomorrow

    BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia is unlikely to appear before court tomorrow in connection with Zia Orphanage and Zia Charitable Trust graft cases.

  • Charges pressed on Fakhrul, 33 others in violence case

    Paltan police has submitted charge sheet against BNP acting Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir and 33 others in a violence case of last year.

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