• EPL mulls winter break

    Discussions are ongoing for the introduction of a winter break to English football, says Premier League chairman Richard Scudamore.

  • PCB to ask ICC for special fund

    Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan on Monday said he would request the International Cricket Council (ICC) to set up a special fund for Pakistan to compensate for the heavy revenue losses it bears due to the absence of international cricket in the country.

  • HR boss sees all the bad signs

    National Human Rights Commission Chairman Dr Mizanur Rahman yesterday said the spot, where Tonu's body had been found, looked unusually clean, suggesting that some evidence might have been tampered with.

  • Iqbal Mahmud new head of ACC

    Iqbal Mahmud, former senior secretary of public administration ministry, was appointed chairman of the Anti-Corruption Commission yesterday.

  • Govt cannot withdraw cases filed by individuals

    National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Chairman Mizanur Rahman yesterday expressed surprise that many foreign organisations were asking the government to withdraw the cases against an editor.

  • BNP crosses big hurdle

    BNP has finalised single chairman candidates in 718 union parishads as of last night with the deadline for filing nomination for the upcoming UP polls expiring today.

  • Tk 10 lakh needed for job in police: Ershad

    Jatiya Party Chairman HM Ershad expresses his concern over what he said is the widespread corruption in every sector across the country.

  • No chance to change decision, Ershad writes Raushan

    Jatiya Party Chairman HM Ershad turns down the call of Leader of the Opposition in Parliament and party’s senior presidium member Raushan Ershad to ‘reconsider’ his decision that brought changes in top posts.

  • Jatiya Party 'splits', Raushan to lead new faction

    Jatiya Party splits into two a day after its Chairman HM Ershad made his younger brother GM Quader co-chairman of the party

  • Hafeez, Azhar may face disciplinary action for Amir boycott

    Shaharyar Khan, the Pakistan Cricket Board chairman, on Friday (December 25) warned players refusing to train alongside Mohammad Amir during an ongoing fitness camp for the national side that they would faced fines and suspensions.

  • Amir 'eligible' for national selection

    The PCB has confirmed that Mohammad Amir is 'eligible' for national selection, having completed his rehabilitation programme after serving a five-year ban for his role in the 2010 spot-fixing scandal.

  • Aggressive approach to fight cricket corruption

    Anti-corruption officers discussed the Integrity Working Party (IWP) recommendations, and expressed resolve and commitment to continue their fight against corruption.

  • 2 aspirants boycott Dohar upazila polls alleging irregularities

    Bringing allegations of irregularities and fake vote casting, two of the three chairman candidates of Dohar upazila polls today announced that they would boycott the polls.

  • PCB 'can survive' without playing India

    PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan has said Pakistan 'can survive' without playing cricket against India.

  • Srinivasan may be axed from ICC

    The BCCI's new regime under Jagmohan Dalmiya's leadership explores the option of an early Special General Meeting in its bid to oust N Srinivasan as the Board's representative in ICC.

  • ETV boss denied HC bail in sedition case

    High Court bench denies bail to Ekushey TV Chairman Abdus Salam in a sedition case.