• Ashraful loses his father

    Former Bangladesh international cricketer Mohammad Ashraful’s father Abdul Matin passes away last night at the Apollo Hospital, Dhaka.

  • Strauss planning to maximise limited-overs success

    England are planning to announce an updated central contracts policy at the end of this month, to make sure they are best-placed to challenge for two world tournaments on home soil.

  • Concert to kickstart Sylhet leg

    Preparations are being taken to make the eighth and ninth rounds of the JB Bangladesh Premier League in Sylhet a success, organisers inform at a press conference in the capital.

  • Snipers, tanks to reduce Eng security fears in BD

    England's players have been given assurances about the scale of the security operation which will see them put on 'lock down' in Bangladesh with snipers positioned at the team hotels and tanks parked outside them.

  • England head to BD to face vastly improved side

    England, when they finally reach Bangladesh on the last day of this month after all the discussions and hesitations over security, will find that their hosts’ cricket has vastly improved since England’s last Test tour in 2010.

  • Is Morgan risking his career?

    Is England one-day captain Eoin Morgan risking his international career by refusing to tour Bangladesh on security fears?

  • Jos Buttler set to captain England in Bangladesh

    Jos Buttler has been told he will captain the England one-day team in Bangladesh following Eoin Morgan’s decision to pull out of the tour.

  • Morgan shares his Bangladesh worries

    Eoin Morgan says two previous security scares in the sub-continent made him wary of ever again jeopardising his personal safety, as he outlines why he remains deeply concerned about touring Bangladesh.

  • Strauss issues deadline

    England chief Andrew Strauss says that players have three days left to decide if they are willing to tour Bangladesh amid ongoing security concerns surrounding the country.

  • Jordan to tour Bangladesh

    Chris Jordan follows Moeen Ali in declaring he will be available for England's tour of Bangladesh, saying he is happy with assurances there would be "more than enough" security in place.

  • Most of England players will go: Bayliss

    England coach Trevor Bayliss confirms he has no qualms in saying yes to touring Bangladesh and hopes that most of players will be with him on the trip.

  • ‘I am happy to be a part of this team’

    Bangladesh's new bowling coach Courtney Walsh speaks to the media for the first time since his arrival.

  • England's tour to Bangladesh is set to go ahead

    England's tour to Bangladesh looks increasingly likely to go ahead despite serious reservations held by ‘several’ young players and one-day captain Eoin Morgan after Moeen Ali became the first to publicly state he will go.

  • BSPA holds hockey workshop

    A workshop for sports journalists on rules and regulations of hockey is organised by the Bangladesh Sports Press Association (BSPA).

  • England batsman Moeen Ali

    Ali, Bairstow sure of touring BD

    England players Jonny Bairstow and Moeen Ali both state that they are happy to go to Bangladesh, putting their faith in the safety assurances they have been given.

  • Walsh set to arrive tomorrow night

    West Indies legend Courtney Walsh, who has signed up to be Bangladesh’s specialist bowling coach will arrive in Dhaka tomorrow night.

  • Hales uncertain about touring

    Opener Alex Hales has accepted he could be risking his England place if he pulls out of the forthcoming tour of Bangladesh.

  • Hales weighs up Bangladesh options

    Alex Hales accepts that he could be risking his England place if he pulls out of the forthcoming tour of Bangladesh.

  • Another kid tortured brutally in Dhaka

    A minor boy is brutally tortured allegedly by pumping air into his body through rectum in Mohammadpur of Dhaka.

  • Bangladesh players

    Why England's decision to tour Bangladesh is right

    Bangladesh is facing a critical moment in its history - certainly its cricketing history - is apparent.

  • BCL franchises raise concerns

    The country's premier four-day cricket competition, the Bangladesh Cricket League (BCL), which is scheduled to begin from

  • Bell available for Bangladesh tour

    England batsman Ian Bell will be available for selection for Bangladesh and India tours in the winter.

  • 3 areas in Dhaka face blackout for 7 hours

    Thousands of people in Dhaka’s Karwan Bazar, Tejgaon Industrial area and Tejturi Bazar are facing acute power outage for at least seven hours.

  • Biman’s flight delays as co-pilot arrives late

    A domestic flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines is delayed to take-off for over an hour as the co-pilot of the flight arrives late at Dhaka airport, thanks to huge traffic congestion in the capital.

  • Broad, Anderson expected to be fit

    England's new-ball Test duo of James Anderson and Stuart Broad will both miss the final few weeks of the domestic season through injury.

  • Strauss urges Eng fans to make own call on BD tour

    Andrew Strauss, the director of England cricket, urges supporters intending to follow the team in Bangladesh this autumn to make their own assessment of the situation in the country based on advice from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

  • Papon thanks ECB

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan Papon thanks the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) to let England's tour of Bangladesh in October to go on as planned.

  • Earthquake jolts Bangladesh

    A tremor jolts Dhaka and other parts of the country.

  • 4 female JMB members on 4-day fresh remand

    A Dhaka court places four female members of banned militant outfit Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) on a four-day fresh remand in a case filed under the Anti-Terrorism Act.

  • Sheltering militants: NSU teacher, 2 others get bail

    Suspended North South University Professor Gias Uddin Ahsan and two others, arrested on charges of renting flats to Gulshan café attackers and withholding tenants' information from the police, get bail.

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